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The actions of both Kevin O’Donnel and Sean Miller amply convey this fact. “ Our society in the West has, quite literally, an investment in perpetuating the myth of an evil force... Without it, movies and writing would be less interesting because evil villains represent in some powerful manner the way many people perceive the world”(R. F. Baumeister, W.H. Freeman & Co, 1996). People often think of evil as what is outside of them, and even if an evil action is chosen, there is a justification since there is something good in the expected outcome. This is the outlook of the terrorists. The discussion shows how people can be properly be made aware of the dangers of terrorism and how realistic the two movies are in conveying the facts regarding terrorism.
In the movie Patriot Games, we see the fear of terrorism casting its spell throughout the life of Jack Ryan and his family. He and his family are on a visit England. He has worked as an intelligence agent in the U.S. A. his helps him to be vigilant. He is also making use of his London vacation for his research, as he is writing a book. He has met his wife Cathy an ophthalmological surgeon and daughter Sally and they are discussing where to go for dinner that evening. At that time there is an explosion behind them. He gets his family under cover and sees three men attacking a Rolls Roys. Taking advantage of his perfect position to interfere, he charges in and kills one man and has wounded another. The men are from the Ulster Liberation Army (ULA), an ultra-violent off shoot of the violent Provisional wing of the Irish Republican Army (PIRA). Now he becomes a local hero in England, as the occupants of the car he saved are the members of the Royal Family. But the head of the ULA Kevin O’Donnell is quite upset. Sean Miller, who had planned the operation, who is now caught, is also furious at Jack’s interference. The PIRA is also not happy with Kevin O’Donnell for attacking the Royal
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The plot of the movie relates to Stone’s experience in the Vietnam War as a U.S infantryman (Platoon). Due to its clear cast, significant demonstration of the war experience, and motion of the movie, platoon has won various international accolades that include the Best Picture of 1986 in the Academy Award, the 6th greatest war film according to Channel 4, and the American Film Institute placed it at number 83 in 2007.
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Speaking of the first movie, I understand the ending in the following way: Sandra, the main character, pursuit her quest of restoring justice and finally managed to do it. In other words, the fact that she was able to retain her place which she later rejected shows that she did not want accept the unfair actions.
he U.S, laws were choreographed to exclude the black community from accessing key sections of the society including public facilities (Wormser & Jersey). Ideally, the laws institutionalized racism an issue that brought immense unrest in the southern region. Essentially, the law
Jackson’s character spices up the movie with a tad superficially, flowing and a personalizing clique. A lot has been made of the patronizing figure, Skeeter, the young white woman. She leads other women in contributing to her book depicting the robust, stoic black
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