But then Eli arrives at a Western town ruled by Carnegie , who, like all the local overloads in Westerns and gangster movies, sits behind a big desk flanked by a tall bald guy and, of course, a short scruffy one. Genau zu diesem Zweck sucht es der machthungrige, skrupellose Carnegie, der mit seiner Bande von Halsabschneidern zum größten Gegner von Eli werden wird. As he continues his journey, his iPod runs out of power. Eli found one—or it found him—and for the last 31 years he's carried the thing, protecting it by day, reading it by night. He tries to rush into battle by performing a ritual war sacrifice without the help of a priest.
He was a killer from the start, not holding the reality. Mistakes in Management With process improvements and exposed extra capacity, a natural reaction of managers is to downsize the capacity. Back in town, Carnegie tries to open the bible but realizes that he didn't take Eli's key to the book flap. In the tradition of Mad Max not to mention Shane or the Man With No Name , Eli just wants to move on peaceably, but keeps running into folks who give him hassle, prompting displays of machete-swishing martial arts which leave circles of dying, dismembered thugs littering the landscape. It may be difficult for many viewers to sit through a few of the scenes because the violence is at times so abrupt and unexpected, almost shocking. He tells Redridge to prepare the vehicles to pursue Eli and recover the book. Over time, this causes a lower than expected average throughput.
Carnegie decides that the best way to keep Eli in town is to have Solara, Claudia's daughter, sleep with Eli. The story itself is entertaining and teaches in a Socratic way, helping you identify and overcome your own constraints. Meanwhile, back in the town, the Engineer opens the locked Bible where Carnegie discovers, to his dismay, that it is in , and orders Claudia to read it to him. Then question, if this is true, what can I predict to be true? She tries to help the woman, but the woman insists that Solara leave; not wanting to see a woman raped and killed. When Eli first meets Solara, nearly the first thing he does is teach her how to pray over a meal. Postapocalyptic films and literature in recent years have, for the most part, remained devoid of overt spirituality. And if you read it, then so do you.
Rather than chase her, Carnegie returns to the town because his sole remaining vehicle is running low on fuel. In the bar, a cat walks in front of Eli and snarls, he nudges it away. Denzel Washington, a Christian, co-produced the film, and he reportedly spent a great deal of time massaging dialogue and tinkering with scenes—which may have allowed his own appreciation for faith to shine through. The next day the pair set off and walk west. In the heart of this parched land, a man named Carnegie has built a fiefdom around a precious spring.
To me Eli Whitney played a massive role in making agriculture easier for so many farmers. Carnegie goes over to Eli and begs him to stay and give him the book: a Bible. Eli spares her by shooting her assailants with arrows: One arrow—fired just as he unbuckles his pants—juts out of a man's crotch. He shoots people, too, with pistols, shotguns and arrows. And when we see her later, dead, her breast is exposed.
Carnegie and Redridge's men find the bodies of the marauders and determine that Eli can't be more than a few miles ahead. Upon learning of the attack and robbery, Eli falls over and dies. He's a petty despot with a legion of heavies and a yen for power. The hijack leader pushes Eli around, wanting to rob him; after a single warning, Eli suddenly cuts off the leader's hand with a machete. After discovering that Eli carries the book he desperately wants, Carnegie pursues him with the intent of killing him and keeping the book for himself. For years, he has searched for the book, understanding the power that its words hold for mankind.
Have you tried brute force effort with little results? When she thinks he's asleep she goes to take a look at the book in his bag. His character truly believes that the words of truth he carries will build a better future for the ravaged planet, and nothing in the story contradicts his beliefs. The next morning Solara joins Claudia at breakfast. How he controls the fearsome bald guy is hard to say. She asks him to teach her how to read it but Eli doesn't respond. However, these are usually temporary adjustments.
Carnegie threatens to kill Solara, to the dismay of Redridge. Er verwahrt und beschützt ein Buch, das Hoffnung für den Wiederaufbau der Zivilisation geben, aber auch zur Manipulation der wenigen überlebenden Menschen missbraucht werden kann. He finds an abandoned house and searches it for anything that can be useful. It's this prayer—when Solara tries to repeat it with her mother over breakfast—that tips Carnegie off to the fact that Eli must be carrying the Book. Traditionally, when a major studio released a big, pompous science fiction film, someone enterprising usually Roger Corman got out a leaner, meaner, funnier version of the same idea: Rollerball was trumped by Death Race 2000 and Jurassic Park had less hungry genetically-engineered dinosaurs than Carnosaur. Thirty years after a final war has wiped out most of the planet, leaving it in dry, ashy ruins, Eli played by Denzel Washington walks across what is left of America carrying with him a sacred book that he hopes will restore mankind and bring about a better future.