The struggle between justice and evil and temptation

Eulalia 2022-04-21 09:01:12

In the process, perhaps it was Jack's anger and his sense of justice as a police officer coupled with the fall of night, that Jack broke through his defenses and declared war on Alonso. But in the end, the fact that he still didn't shoot Alonso showed his personality. Unlike Alonso, his self-knowledge as a policeman overcame external temptations. At the same time, he was also a low-aggression sexually active people.

In this film, Jack took Alonso as his role model at first, and he would do whatever he wanted, but later in the process of performing the mission, he found that Alonso's philosophy and his self-knowledge as a policeman It's completely different, that's it. On the one hand, Jack learns to feel the environment of violence and injustice under the leadership of Alonso, which is called shock education; on the other hand, in Jack's heart is full of struggle, justice and evil, and temptation. 's struggle. And Alonso is a representative of a tyrannical figure, he does not trust anyone, is full of aggression, and in his opinion, in his interests, everyone can pave the way for him, just as he can sacrifice Roger and Same as Jack.

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Extended Reading
  • Vaughn 2021-10-20 19:00:55

    Let me count first: we have Denzel Washington, Antoine Fuqua, and David Ayer...So what? Let me count it again: we have a credible person, a person who makes the credible person more credible, a person who makes the city around him equally credible, and a person who is as credible as the previous one. That's it.

  • Vaughn 2022-03-23 09:01:11

    There can be no perfect system in the world. People's hearts and reality are always cruel. Bad cop is unsuccessful and lacks help, and finally has to rely on violence to control violence. -------Eva Mendes originally needed to be naked to be a small role ten years ago.

Training Day quotes

  • Smiley: [to Jake, before Moreno, sniper, Smiley drag him into the bathroom and lift him into the tub] You got the right to be bitch-slapped.

  • [on phone]

    Jake Hoyt: Hello?

    Alonzo Harris: Hoyt?

    Jake Hoyt: Yes, sir?

    Alonzo Harris: You on your way to roll call?

    Jake Hoyt: Yes, sir, I'm on my way out the door right now.

    Alonzo Harris: Hoyt.

    Jake Hoyt: Yes, sir?

    Alonzo Harris: Patrol ferries go to roll call, we don't go to roll call...

    Jake Hoyt: OK, that's good to know.

    Alonzo Harris: Listen, there's a coffee shop at 7th and Whitman. Be there, ten 'o clock, in civies, comfortable shoes. You got a backup gun? Somethin' pocket size?

    Jake Hoyt: Uh, no sir. I got the Department issue Buretta...

    Alonzo Harris: Good, good, bring it. Cuffs too. We'll be in the office all day, but who knows? Maybe we'll do some business, we're an aggressive unit.

    Jake Hoyt: Uh, yes sir. And that's exactly why I signed up, and I just wanted to thank you...

    [Alonzo hangs up]