What are movies with plot lines similar to Macbeth?
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their is no Macbeth timeline all the tings that happen were part of him as he began to "mature" (use this term lightly") into a villain in the being ducan calls him vailiant cousin in the end macduff calls him bloodier villain it is all apart of his journey and is ambition that causes him to fall hi…s time line is simply what we as readers intepret it to be ( Full Answer )
A line plot is a graph that indicates the frequency of values along a range of possibilities. These may be numerical or other forms of data. An X is placed for each occurrence of a given value. (This is analogous to a vertical bar graph.) Example: Line plot of cars sold (x for each sold) _ X _ X _… X X X X X X X _______ 1 2 3 4 1 = car type 1 (one sold) 2 = car type 2 (three sold) 3 = car type 3 (two sold) 4 = car type 4 (three sold) ( Full Answer )
Lady Macbeth came up with a fiendish plot to guarantee the successful murder of King Duncan I [d. August 14, 1040]. She planned to make sure that the two royal guards wouldn't be able to do their job of protecting their sovereign. She decided to incapacitate them by giving them too much of drugged …drinks . Then the royal murder could be carried out without opposition and without witnesses. ( Full Answer )
The plot of Macbeth is that in the effort to stop the predictionsof the three witches he brings it about. His attempt to fight hisown fate sealed it tighter with the death of Duncan starting thedominoes falling.
A line plot is a graph used to show frequency of data along anumber line. You should use a line plot with less than 25 numbersto compare.
it was the time of shakespeare but we cannot know for sure but in his play Macbeth he used dircet reference to dire combusion.
\n. \n. \nA line plot shows data on a number line with dots or x's to to show frequency.\n. \nA frequency table is made by arranging collected data values in ascending order of magnitude with their corresponding frequencies.\n. \nBoth will show you the absolute frequency of any given value. And… both give you a visual idea of the shape of the frequency and some intuition about outliers and things like that. \n. \nYou can count the number of dots or x on your line plot and create a frequency table. \n. \nThe difference is that one of them already has numbers counted for you. So for small numbers of data, either one will do the same job.\n. \nBut imagine if you have 10000000 points. You really don't want to count them using a line plot. A frequency table will tell you how often each data point occurs. However, if there are lots of values that these points can take on, the frequency table will have too many values to be of much use. The line plot will give us a good visual if there is lots of data, say 1000000 temp measurements, but we only look at the temps between 90-100 and only use integer values. ( Full Answer )
There aren't any plans as of yet, but I'm almost certain that properly made films based on the Inheritance Cycle will one day be made; possibly more than 4 films. The Eragon movie was screwed up so badly, the time it'll take to make it again has probably been delayed by several years. It'll take a l…ong time to recover from the damage, but I don't see why such a great book won't ever get a proper film based on it; it's just a matter of time. ( Full Answer )
The plot summary for Macbeth is as follows: Macbeth and Banquo run across a group of witches after having defeated the foes of the king. The witches inform Macbeth that he shall be king and Banquo that his sons shall be kings. After this, Macbeth writes to his wife about the witches' prophecies, a…nd his wife ultimately spurs Macbeth into taking action to acquire the crown. The king then stays at Macbeth's house following a celebration of their earlier victory and is promptly murdered by Macbeth following his wife's plans. This leaves Macbeth shaken and useless, so his wife arranges everything to seem as though the king's guards were to blame. Macduff arrives the next morning and is suspicious of the death. Macbeth then murders the guards "in a fit of rage" so that they cannot claim their innocence, and the king's sons flee. Because the sons are not able to take up the throne, Macbeth is dubbed king. This doesn't lead to the happiness Macbeth had assumed, especially having heard the prophecy about Banquo. Due to this, he hosts a banquet at which he has Banquo killed. Banquo's son, however, escapes, and Macbeth is haunted by Banquo's ghost, thus appearing crazy at the banquet. Due to the resulting panic, Macbeth speaks again to the witches and is told both to "beware Macduff" and that "none of woman born shall harm Macbeth". Macbeth then has everyone in Macduff's castle killed while Macduff is exiled to England. Macbeth's wife, however, goes insane from guilt and kills herself. Malcolm -- one of the king's sons -- and Macduff then return from England to defeat Macbeth, and during a battle it is revealed that Macduff was not properly born of a woman, rather he was born through a Caesarean Section, and Macbeth is killed by him. Malcolm then ascends to the throne, and all is right. ( Full Answer )
One way is to pick two values of x, and put into the equation to determine the associated y value. Plot these two (x,y) points, then use a straight edge to connect the dots and continue the line beyond. Another way would be to find the slope and the y-intercept, then plot from the point of interc…epting the y-axis using the slope (rise/run). ( Full Answer )
Macbeth meets some witches who give him some prophecies of his life. One of these comes true and it makes him ambitious to become a King. His wife hears and then manipulates him to kill the King to take his place. Doing this he feels traumatised but he soon hardens, and his wife - who seemed to be t…he heartless villain - then deteriorates mentally as the play continues. Macbeth then feels his position is threatened by his friend Banquo, so orders men to kill him and his son. He then is forced to admit what he's done when he's haunted by his friend's ghost. He returns to the witches for a confidence boost and tell him he's pretty much invincible (or so it sounds). His wife is still deteriorating and ends up killing herself when she can't get the blood (guilt) off her hands. Macbeth has Macduff's family killed (the son of the king) because the witches told him to be wary of him. Macduff's family is killed but not him, and goes to Scotland with Malcolm to kill Macbeth. Macduff chops off Macbeth's head (Macduff was born of cesarean) and Malcolm becomes king. ( Full Answer )
Antigone and Lady Macbeth are similar in their decisions to challenge the authority of the reigning monarch. Antigone challenges the right of her uncle, Theban King Creon, to issue a decree that contradicts the god-given traditions that guide the Theban journey through life into death. Lady Macbet…h [b. c. 1015] challenges the right of her cousin, King Duncan I [d. August 14, 1040], to occupy the throne of Scotland. They also are similar in their final decisions to commit suicide. Antigone takes her life by hanging herself with her own halter. Lady Macbeth kills herself by means unspecified in the Shakespearean play. ( Full Answer )
Macbeth, cousin to King Duncan of Scotland and successful military commander, is returning from battle with his buddy Banquo when three witches run into them and predict that he will be king. He writes this to his wife, and when he arrives home with the royal court in tow, she persuades him to murde…r the king and blame it on his servants. They do this and the kings sons, fearing that they will be blamed, run off. Macbeth becomes king. But he is still worried about Banquo so he hires murderers to kill him. Banquo's ghost appears to Macbeth in the middle of a dinner party, ruining his wife's bid to be the perfect hostess. She eventually goes crazy, walks in her sleep, and, it is suggested, kills herself. Meantime, Macbeth goes back to the witches who give him new prophecies which suggest that he is pretty safe on the throne but to watch out for Macduff. Macbeth then has Macduff's wife and children murdered. The news of this comes to Macduff in England, where he is joining a group of Englishmen and Scottish expatriates in an effort to depose Macbeth and install Malcolm, son of Duncan as king. This they do and Macduff gets his revenge by beheading Macbeth. ( Full Answer )
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Lady Macbeth [b. c. 1015] was more responsible than Macbeth [c. 1014-August 15, 1057] for the plot against their sovereign, King Duncan I [d. August 14, 1040] of Scotland. In Act 1 Scene 7, Macbeth said that he didn't want to go through with the murder. Lady Macbeth countered with a fail-safe plan …of killing the King and his two royal guards with the latters' own daggers. She also suggested serving drugged drinks to the guards. The King's defenders thereby would be disabled, and stopped from protecting their sovereign and themselves from the Macbeths. ( Full Answer )
In Act 3 Scene 1 of the Shakespearean play, Macbeth [c. 1014-August 15, 1057] plotted to kill his friend and former fellow General Banquo . Macbeth had become Thane of Cawdor and then King of Scotland. All was going according to plan, except for the problem of Banquo. The three witches who had pred…icted Macbeth's job promotions also had predicted that Banquo would be the ancestor of a long line of kings. Macbeth wanted to have Banquo killed, to consolidate power, eliminate the sole witness to the witches' predictions, and get rid of the competition. Also, he had to kill him because of how Banquo suspected him. ( Full Answer )
The difference is that Lady Macbeth at first wanted Macbeth to kill Banquo and Macbeth was too scared to do it. Later on in the tragedy, Lady Macbeth gets haunted and gets mentally ill and Macbeth keeps on killing people.
Witches tell Macbeth he will be king Macbeth kills king Kings son mades sneak attack Macbeth dies
The witches in 'Macbeth' drove the plot of the play by their predictions . Their predictions gave Macbeth the motive to follow his murderous path to power. The witches called Macbeth thane of Glamis and of Cawdor, and future king. Macbeth already was thane of Glamis. Then he became thane of Cawdo…r by the execution of the previous title holder. With two out of three statements showing themselves true, Macbeth decided that the throne of Scotland was his by right , and by destiny .. The witches told Macbeth twice that Banquo's line would inherit the throne, and that Macduff was someone to watch out for. Once again, such predictions gave Macbeth the motive to consolidate his bloody rule. With those warnings in mind, he had Macduff's family killed. He went on to oppress the Scottish people so that they would be incapable of rebelling on their own or of aiding the exiled Donalbaine, Macduff, and Malcolm.. ( Full Answer )
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Information of Macbeth(the main character) Macbeth is the general in the king's army and he is very unlucky.He was a dedicated person but he changes dramatically and becomes evil because of Lady Macbeth's(Macbeth's wife) advice. The plot of the story The story starts when Macbeth and Banquo were …coming from a war's victory.The story took places at Scotland.Aburtly the maneuver disturbed by a spine-chilling noise.The sound came from three witches.The first witch told 'hail Macbeth,Thane of Glamis'.The second witch told 'Hail Macbeth,Thane of Cawder'.The third witch told 'hail Macbeth,King'.Macbeth was puzzled and confused.The witches also told Banquo that he woundn't be the king but his generation would be.Banquo didn't believe one thing the witches told.Macbeth had believed the witches prophecy half but was still not statisfied.But when one of the messenger came to Macbeth and told that the Thane of Cawder had betrayed the kingdom and Macbeth became Thane of Cawder ( Full Answer )
The rise and fall of Macbeth, a tragic hero. He first subdues a traitor in the beginning, hears witches' prophecies which implies that he will become King but his children will not take over his throne. Subsequently, he murders Duncan, as prompted by his wife, and becomes King. However, while Duncan… has always been referred to in the play as the good king, Macbeth's title was always tyrant. To secure his position, Macbeth kills Banquo, for his sons were prophesized to become Kings, and hunts down his son but failed. He also killed the wife and children of Macduff, who was loyal to the two sons of Duncan. He went to the witches and was told that no one born from woman can harm him, and that he does not have to worry until the birnam wood comes to dunsidane (I might have spelt it incorrectly). Lady Macbeth becomes ill (quite mentally) from the guilt of killing Duncan and eventually she dies. Macbeth's worst fears were realized as Malcolm and Macduff's army comes to dunsidane under the cover of tree branches, therefore making it appear as though the wood is moving. Macbeth is eventually killed because Macduff was not born from a woman exactly; he was born prematurely and torn from his mother's womb. Malcolm, son of Duncan, becomes King and peace is restored to Scotland. ( Full Answer )
Shakespeare allows the audience to construct their own moral responses to both plays, "The Merchant of Venice," and "Macbeth" by using a range of dramatic methods such as aides, dialogs, soliloquy, and tone of voice, juxtaposition of lines, metaphor, similes and imagery. It is a Shakespeare's sk…ills as a dramatist the he encourages thought and creates a moral debate amongst the audience as The Merchant of Venice has many different interpretations of Shylock's choice, unlike Macbeth, as the audience generally has a similar moral response. Shakespeare manipulates the audience so that he leaves them in a state of confusion, as moral interpretations of Shylock's choice vary throughout the audience. Indeed at the end of the play, the audience might question whether or not the characters have learnt a moral lesson from the events, and the outcome has not changed the character's behaviour, although the audience learns a moral lesson. In act 1: scene 1 of The Merchant of Venice, we witness Antonio's social power, being a wealthy Christian over a Jewish usurer. Shakespeare centres the attention to the cruel treatment Shylock receives by Antonio and invites the audience to sympathise with Shylock, "You call me misbeliever, cut throat dog/you spit on me Jewish gaberdine/and all for use of that which is mine own." The audience can sympathise with Shylock and justify his hatred and thirst for revenge over Antonio, although in Macbeth, the audience is wholly critical of Macbeth as in act 1: scene 2 Shakespeare highlights the King and Soldier's positive opinion of Macbeth, "brave Macbeth," "noble Macbeth." This leads the audience to criticise Macbeth when he makes the decision to kill the kind as Macbeth has no justification for his ambitious actions whereas, Shylock can be justified. Shakespeare is also keen to demonstrate Banquo in Macbeth as a character who discourages Macbeth's ideas to seize the crown, "tis strange:/And often sometimes, to win us our harm,/The instruments of darkness tell us truths,/Win us with honest trifles, to betrays,/In deepest consequence." Banquo cautions Macbeth and warns Macbeth not to pursue this ruthless ambition. In The Merchant of Venice, Shakespeare has no friend to discourage him and has no character to kill his ambition. . Shakespeare uses a dramatic aside in The Merchant of Venice, Act 1: Scene 3 which allows the audience to for the first time, witness Shylock's true intentions and thought processes, "I hate him for he is Christian;/If i catch him once upon the hip i will feed fat the ancient grudge i bear him." Shakespeare crafts the memorable line to establish Shylock's hatred for Antonio, and also to present Shylock to have no moral awareness and instead to show excitement and desperation for revenge which the audience criticises, but may also understand his hatred and thirst for revenge to an extent. In Macbeth, Shakespeare uses an aside to give the audience further access to Macbeth's thoughts and an insight to his true intentions, "two truths are told,/As happy prologues to the swelling act/Of the imperial theme."Shakespeare uses the metaphor, "happy prologues" to provide clear evidence that Macbeth welcomes these titles to be king. Shakespeare continues to communicate Macbeth's thoughts through an aside showing that he is unsure of his choices, "Cannot be ill, cannot be good," "Why do i yield to that suggestion/Whose horrid image doth unfix my hair/And make my seated heart knock at my ribs,/Against the use of nature?" Shakespeare has presented Macbeth to have moral awareness between right and wrong, and has left him undecided yet easy to manipulate. Macbeth is seen to have human scrumples and believes the thought of killing the king to be horrifying. Macbeth has been shown by Shakespeare to understand differences between thought and action and Macbeth without the influence of another character does not have the strength to kill the king and might not act upon his thoughts. In Act 3: Scene 1, Shakespeare presents Shylock as a sympathetic character once again, so that the audience can justify his actions, "He hath disgraced me, and hindered me half a million, laughed at my losses, mocked at my gains, scored my nation, thwarted my bargains, cooled my friends, heated mine enemies." Shakespeare gives the audience alot of reason to sympathise with Shylock and criticise Antonio, also, justify Shylock's thirst for revenge. But Shakespeare in the same dialogue, allows the sympathy to be stripped from Shylock and leads the audience to criticise him once again, and the audience can sense Shylock's awareness of the control he has over Antonio in the lines, "To bait fish withal; if it will feed nothing else, it will feed my revenge." This establishes Shylock's motivation and his definite intention to extract the pound of flesh from Antonio, this creates debate throughout the audience from multiple opinions to Shylock's choice. . ( Full Answer )
The most famous line in Macbeth is when Lady Macbeth says, "Out out damned spot." She says this line after she persuades Macbeth to kill the king. She feels guilty and imagines that she can't get the blood off of her hands.
Mary Shelley started off one of the greatest plot lines of sciencefiction and horror: the Frankenstein Syndrome. In a nutshel, ifyou build a monster it will kill you . This plot device hasbeen used since Ms. Shelley told her "ghost story" in that Swisschalet hundreds of years ago. Some movies and …books that have copied this are: . The Andromeda Strain . Planet of the Apes (the entire franchise) . 28 Days Later/28 Weeks Later . Night of the Living Dead . The Walking Dead . The Last Man on Earth . The Omega Man . I Am Legend . Edward Scissorhands . The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde . The Island of Dr. Moreau . The Giver . The Handmaid's Tale . The Forever War ( Full Answer )
Macbeth, successful general and third in line to the Scottish throne, meets up with some witches who predict that he will become king. Although he has doubts, his wife pushes him to kill the king and frame the first and second heirs. He does become king, but guilt makes him murderously paranoid and …drives his wife crazy. Eventually they become intolerable to the Scottish people and a military expedition deposes Macbeth. It's a study in the psychology of guilt, and how it can eat away at your soul, leaving an empty monster. ( Full Answer )
You may be asking the classic question, "How many original stories are there?" The classic answer is "Seven." You can read more about the Seven Basic Plots, below Otherwise a single film has one major plot, and may contain several sub-plots.
Median means middle so in this case it would mean middle number. If you have a set of numbers like: 12,19,14,100,79 You put it in order by smallest to largest. The set will become: 12,14,19,79,100. The median is 19. If the set was evened like for with only 2 or 4 or 6 numbers like: 57, 51, 98…,78 You still order it from smallest to largest amount like: 51,57,78,98 Take the 2 middle numbers, add them up, divide it by 2, and there you go, you found your median! ( Full Answer )
Line Graphs: have lines connecting each graphed data. Line Plots: have Xs for each time the value is repeated.
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you have to do sex -- God I hate people ^ anyway. a Line plot is like a regular graph format just using Xs to count as each number and a line graph Is almost the same just using lines
They are both killed by swords, although Hamlet is stabbed and Macbeth decapitated. They are also both killed by men seeking revenge for the deaths of loved ones: Laertes for his father and sister, Macduff for his wife and children.
A plot is what happens in a story - a summary is the same thing,only in brief - so both tell what happens in the story. They'reboth also part of a story, of course.
The mode is the mathematical term for the value which appears most frequently. Depending which axis (X or Y) you are trying to find the mode of, the correct answer is the number that appears most frequently along any vertical line or horizontal line (respectively)
The plot is the same as the usage in a novel- the story line, essentially what happens in the story as it develops. This can take many forms: Comedy, tragedy, war, science-fiction, occult, etc. the plot ties everything together. the plot resolution is how the story essentially ends or concludes- usu…ally there is a sort of epilogue at the end to explain away loose ends. ( Full Answer )
It is everything in a movie that encompasses the story includingthe setting, events, and character motives. Although not entirelymutually exclusive from the characters, it is simpler to keep theplot separate from the characters themselves in terms of what partof a movie, book or any other medium goe…s where. The characters areseparate in that they interact with the plot, but parts ofcharacters (like their motive) may indeed be part of the plot aswell. ( Full Answer )
Seventeen-year-old Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) has decided to leave sunny Phoenix, Arizona, to spend some time with her father Charlie Swan (Billy Burke), the chief of police in the perpetually cloudy and rainy city of Forks, Washington, on the west coast of the Olympic Peninsula, so that her mothe…r RenÃ©e (Sarah Clarke) and her minor league baseball-playing stepfather Phil Dwyer (Matt Bushell) can go on the road together for spring training and perhaps even move to Jacksonville, Florida. Bella's relationship with her father is cool, even though she hasn't seen him in several years. When she arrives in Forks, he surprises her with the gift of a red pickup truck he purchased from his best friend, Billy Black (Gil Birmingham). Bella remembers making mudpies with Billy's son Jacob (Taylor Lautner) and looks forward to having at least one friend at Forks High School, until Jacob reminds her that he is a Quileute Indian and goes to school on the Reservation. Not to worry. On her first day of school, Bella is befriended by Eric Yorkie (Justin Chon), the school's "eyes and ears", and he introduces her to some of the other students. Everything is looking cool so far. Cool, that is, until she meets Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson). Edward is one of five foster kids adopted by Dr Carlisle Cullen (Peter Facinelli) and his wife Esme (Elizabeth Reaser). There's also Alice (Ashley Greene) and Emmett (Kellan Lutz) Cullen and the twins, Rosalie (Nikki Reed) and Jasper (Jackson Rathbone) Hale. From the moment Edward lays eyes on Bella, he can't stop scowling at her. When Bella is assigned as Edward's lab partner in Biology and he storms out the door when the bell rings, Bella is puzzled as to what she could have done to anger him. When she overhears him in the office attempting to transfer out of Biology, she decides to confront him and ask him what is his problem. However, she doesn't get the chance because Edward is absent for the next several days. When Edward does return to school, he seems changed. He introduces himself to Bella and asks her about herself, her family, and whether or not she likes the cold, rainy climate in Forks. Bella notices that his eyes seem a different color than previously, and he answers awkwardly before walking away. Later that day, as Bella is about to get into her truck, another car careens out of control in the school parking lot. Within seconds, Edward has crossed the lot, pulled Bella out of the way, and seemingly stopped the car with his bare hand, leaving Bella more puzzled than before. When she tries to ask Edward how he did it, he simply chalks it up to an "adrenalin rush" and refuses to talk about it. Further, he says that they probably shouldn't even be friends. That doesn't stop Bella from asking Edward to be her date when the kids decide to go surfing at La Push Beach on the Indian Reservation, but Edward doesn't show. When the kids are joined on the beach by Jacob Black and two of his friends from the Reservation and they learn that Edward Cullen was supposed to be Bella's date, one of Jacob's friends remarks, "The Cullens don't come here." Later, Bella asks Jacob what was meant by that remark, and Jacob tells her of a Quileute legend that says the Quileutes are descended from wolves whereas the Cullens are descended from an enemy clan. The legend also goes that the Quileutes and the Cullens made a pact that required the Cullens to stay off Quileute land in exchange for the Quileutes keeping it secret what the Cullens really were. Bella googles Quileute legends and notices that there is a bookstore in Port Angeles that sells several books on Quileute legends, so she goes along with her new friends, Jessica Stanley (Anna Kendrick) and Angela Weber (Christian Serratos), when they decide to go shopping in Port Angeles for their prom dresses. After purchasing her books, Bella heads to the restaurant where she planned to meet Jessica and Angela for dinner before heading back to Forks. Along the way, however, she is stopped by four guys with no good on their minds. Suddenly, Edward drives up, forces the guys to back off, and orders Bella to get into the car. When Edward and Bella finally join Jessica and Angela, the girls have already eaten. Edward offers to see that Bella gets some dinner and then to drive her back to Forks, so Jessica and Angela take off, giving Bella and Edward a chance to talk privately. Edward reveals that he was following Bella because he has developed very protective feelings towards her. He also lets it slip that he could read what was in the minds of those low-lifes and that he can read just about anyone's mind...except for hers. On the drive back to Forks, Bella accidentally touches Edward's hand and is amazed at how cold it is. As they pass the Forks Police Department, they see several police cars, including that of Bella's father, with their lights flashing. Dr Cullen's car is also there, so Bella and Edward stop to see what's happening. They learn from Carlisle that the body of Waylon Forge, a good friend of her father, was just found lying in a boat, dead from what looks like an animal attack, this being the second animal attack to happen near Forks. Later, after Bella has returned home with her father, she starts paging through the books she purchased and comes across a Quileute legend about "The Cold One." Googling it, she learns that "The Cold One", aka Apotamkin, is a fanged creature, described as undead, immortal, possessing incredible speed, strength, and cold skin. It is said to drink human blood and variously equated with other legends about vampires. The next day, Bella confronts Edward with her findings. He doesn't deny it. He takes her to the top of a mountain, out of the cloud bank, and shows her how a vampire's skin sparkles in the sunlight. He explains how the Cullen family has learned to live on animal blood and consider themselves "vegetarian vampires." Still, I am a killer, he says, and admits that he's never wanted a human's blood as much as he wants hers. I don't care, Bella replies. Edward goes on to explain that Carlisle turned him in 1918 when he was dying of Spanish influenza and that Waylon was killed by some other vampires...not the Cullens. The relationship between Bella and Edward progresses to the point where Edward decides to take Bella home to meet his family. All of the Cullens are super-welcoming to Bella...except for Rosalie, who is concerned that the relationship between Edward and Bella may end badly (i.e., Edward will end up harming Bella), implicating the entire family and forcing them to move again. However, Edward is super careful not to lose control when he's around Bella, and the relationship continues to grow. One rainy afternoon, Edward takes Bella out to play baseball with his family. In the middle of the game, three figures come walking out of the mist. Fearfully, the Cullens regroup, hiding Bella behind him. The intruders are the rogue vampires who have been feasting on humans, including Waylon Forge. They introduce themselves as Laurent (Edi Gathegi), Victoria (Rachelle Lefevre), and James (Cam Gigandet) and ask whether they can join the Cullens for a game. Thinking quickly, Carlisle agrees, saying that some of the family were leaving, and Laurent and the others can take their places-- a cue for Edward to get Bella safely away before she is detected. Everyone moves back into the field to take their places. But suddenly, the wind shifts so that James catches Bella's scent and realizes that there is a human in their midst. "You brought a snack," he sneers and heads toward Bella. Edward jumps between them. Laurent backs off and agrees to leave, taking James and Victoria with him. "Get Bella out of here," Carlisle warns Edward. As they quickly drive away, Edward explains to Bella that James is a tracker. Now that he's got her scent, he won't give up until he has her. Bella's only salvation is, if they can get to James first, rip him apart, and burn the pieces. Edward's plan is to catch a ferry to Vancouver, B.C.; but Bella insists on going home first, against Edward's better judgement. They plan a ruse to get Bella quickly in and out of the house without her father knowing what's happening. When Bella gets home, she runs into the house and slams the front door, shouting, "It's over!" at Edward. She then informs her father that she's got to get away from here...now! She packs a nightbag and, against her father's protests, gets in the truck (where Edward is waiting), and they drive away. Unfortunately, James has already tracked Bella to Charlie's house and is on their trail. First, they stop at the Cullens' house, where Laurent has shown up to warn them about James and Victoria. The plan now is for Alice and Jasper to drive Bella south, while the others, including Rosalie and Esme dressed in Bella's clothes, attempt to create a false trail through the woods. It doesn't take long, however, for James to realize that he's been duped. When James changes his course, Alice senses the change and has a vision of James heading to a ballet studio in Phoenix where Bella once took lessons. While Jasper and Alice check them into a hotel in Phoenix, Bella gets a call on her cellphone from her mother, frantically worried about her. Suddenly, James comes on the line and informs Bella that he got her Phoenix address from Forks High School and arrived there just as her worried mother also got there. If Bella wants to save RenÃ©e's life, she must ditch Jasper and Alice and meet James in her old ballet studio. Bella takes a taxi to the studio; but, when she gets there, she finds that it was a trick. James got an old movie from her house, and it was only RenÃ©e's voice Bella was hearing. James then taunts her further by threatening to film their "time together" to break Edward's heart. As the camera rolls, James bats Bella around the room, then breaks her leg. Suddenly, Edward shows up, having gotten there faster than the others because of his greater speed. With their vampire strength, James and Edward toss each other around the room, breaking mirrors and windows with the impact of their bodies. At one point, James manages to swoop down in Bella and bite her arm. Just then, Carlisle, Alice, Emmett, and Jasper show up. Alice races to Bella's side, while Carlisle pulls Edward off James, telling him that Bella needs him more. Overpowered by the smell of Bella's blood, Alice asks Carlisle to take over for her. While Carlisle bends over Bella, Alice breaks James' neck; and she, Jasper, and Emmett start a fire to burn his body. Carlisle says that Bella's femoral artery is severed and she's losing a lot of blood...but even more important is the fact that she's been bitten, and the vampire venom has begun to affect her. Edward has a decision to make...either let the change happen or suck out the venom. Edward refuses to allow the change, so he decides to suck out the venom even though it means that he might not be able to stop. When Bella awakens, she is in the hospital, her mother at her side and Edward asleep in a chair. Bella claims not to remember anything that happened, so RenÃ©e tells her how Edward and his father came down from Forks to persuade her to return; and, when Bella went to see them at their hotel, she tripped, fell down two flights of stairs, broke her leg, went through a window, and lost a lot of blood. When RenÃ©e leaves to get Charlie, who's waiting in the hospital cafeteria, Edward "wakes up". He tells Bella that they took care of James and that Victoria ran off. Then he lowers the boom. He wants Bella to move to Jacksonville with her mother so that she can't be hurt anymore by her association with him. Bella refuses. Bella moves back to Forks with her dad. With her leg still in a cast, Bella attends the prom with Edward. When Edward goes off to park the car, Jacob sits down next to Bella. He tells her that his father wants her to break up with Edward and that he sent a warning: "We'll be watching you." Bella laughs. Later, as Bella and Edward dance in the gazebo, she asks him why he didn't let her turn. "If you just let the venom spread," she says, "I could be like you by now." She informs him that she's made the decision to be with him forever and offers him her neck. Edward bends over to bite her neck but ends up simply kissing it. "Is it not enough just to have a long and happy life with me?" he asks. "For now," Bella replies. From a window overlooking the gazebo, Victoria watches Bella and Edward kiss. She turns away, lets down her hair, and smiles to herself. ( Full Answer )
The plot and climax of a story are two separate literary elements, but are very related. The plot of a story are all the events, usually in a specific order, that comprises the narrative. The climax is an element of the plot. It is the point in the plot of the story when the conflict is resolved. Th…is is also called the turning point of the story which will lead to the resolution of the entire plot. ( Full Answer )
One similarity that stands out is that they are both very ambitous and imaginative. If they weren't they wouldn't have ended up where they were after killing king Duncan and all.
They are totally different, the only similarities being that the parts are expected to be played by actors.
The key to doing a project on Macbeth is to consider why this play is a tragedy: what are Macbeth's flaws and how do they contribute to his eventual downfall? Then think of other characters in literature who had similar defects and made similar mistakes. (The character you choose doesn't have to exh…ibit exactly the same flaws as Macbeth; what you are seeking is a character who throws away his life because of his flaws, a character whose sins end in his downfall.) For example, Macbeth is willing to commit murder in order to gain power, he is too easily influenced by diabolical forces, and both he and his wife do not take responsibility for what they have done; they rationalize their evil deeds. In literature, there are numerous characters who could not resist temptation, characters who "made a deal with the devil" (literally or metaphorically) in order to gain power. There are even some characters in other Shakespearean tragedies who let pride or arrogance or jealousy destroy their life. ( Full Answer )
That's the technique Lady Macbeth used to enlist Macbeth in the plot to kill Duncan.
Every movie has a plot. If it didn't have a plot it would be a movie scene . Example- the movie spy kids!
JRR Tolkien said that he was quite disappointed with Macbeth , because the Forest never actually moved. So, we see that in his 'The Lord of the Rings', the Fangorn Forest actually marches to battle, with the Ents going to Isengard and the Huorns going to Helm's Deep, and Tolkien's friend, C.S. Lewi…s, has walking and talking tress in his 'The Chronicles of Narnia'. Both deal with a great deal of the internal and mental anguish, Macbeth contrasting nicely with the Steward of Minas Tirith, Denethor. Just to add on to this, the scene in which Macduff slays Macbeth is similar to the one in which Eowyn kills the Witch-king of Angmar. In The Lord of the Rings , there is a prophecy that the Witch-king will not fall "by the hand of man," so in the end he falls by the hand of a woman, Eowyn. In Macbeth , however, the prophecy is that Macbeth will not be killed by one "of woman born." In the end, it turns out that Macduff was born by cesarean section, so he does not break the prophecy when he slays Macbeth. It looks like Tolkien plagiarized Shakespeare! ( Full Answer )
Because they are super emotional and mess with a woman's judgement and causes their emotions to go on the fritz
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Smiley is movie which was released in 2012. The plot involves an urban legend about an online killer called Smiley who continues to haunt a college student named Ashley.
Macbeth is a traitor to Scottland in the play of Macbeth. This is pretty much the basis of the play here in Shakespeares words. Macbeth is the main plot character.
"When the hurly-burly's done, when the battle's lost and won" "Upon the heath" "Killing swine" "I'll give thee a wind" "Show me, show me!" "All hail, Macbeth! Hail to thee, Thane of Cawdor!" "Hail!" "Not so happy, yet much happier!" "Thrice and once the hedge-pig whined" "Fillet of a fenny snake in …the cauldron boil and bake Eye of newt and toe of frog, Wool of bat and tongue of dog Adder's fork and blindworm's sting Lizard's leg and howlet's wing For a charm of powerful trouble Like a hell-broth boil and bubble." "Cool it with a baboon's blood. Then the charm is firm and good." "By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes. Open locks, whoever knocks." "Demand" "Show!" She has other lines which are for all the witches, not just her. ( Full Answer )
The reign of Macbeth, king of Scotland, in the eleventh century, was the basis for Shakespeare's play. The totally inaccurate version of King Macbeth's peaceful 17 year reign is due to the account given in Raphael Holinshed's Chronicles, from which Shakespeare took his story.