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The Hero The movie Con Air is a motivational movie It is an action movie that can appeal to almost anyone There are many factors in this movie and when combined all together they give the movie a sense of unity The theme and the purpose are similar and are intended to attract a wide variety of viewers The main theme of Con Air is heroism Of course as in most movies the main character of Con Air displays many heroic acts Cameron Poe is stuck on a plane transporting hardened criminals The criminals take over the plane forcing Poe to play the hero and save the fucking day as he so delicately puts it For example when Johnny 23 a serial rapist attacks a woman guard in attempt to change his name to Johnny 24 Poe stands up and refuses to let the rape occur Poe also displays his courage by refusing to give up or get off the plane until he successfully saves the innocent lives on board Poe is not the only hero Vince Larkin an officer of the law also displays many acts of courage He refuses to shoot the plane down because of the innocent victims on board Another prisoner Garland Green a brutal serial killer displays more courage When he comes across a young girl playing alone outside her house he has a chance to turn her into a victim But remarkably he does her no harm Not the typical heroic act yet it still applies Similar to the theme of heroism is the purpose of Con Air The purpose of this movie is to inspire people to do the right thing even when stuck in the worst environment And what could be worse than Poes environment As he describes it They somehow managed to get every creep and freak in the universe on this one plane and then somehow managed to let them take it over and
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