Ohh no! I was wrong about the witch trails! I am DETERMINED to make this right again!
Ohh my goodness! She's flying!
When Hale realizes that he is backing these false witchcraft accusations, he is determined to make things right again. Despite being a little late, Hale tries to redeem himself, and help out the falsely accused people.
I have given you my soul; leave me my name!
Giles Corey is the comedic relief for most of the film, but this is where his real heroic nature shines through. Having pride in his innocence, and also trying to keep his family safe, he voluntarily does not confess to witchcraft. His last words were, "More weight!"
In the beginning of the play, Betty is accused of flying around using her witchcraft skills. Although untrue, people said that they saw her flying to create more hysteria and confusion.
I don't go to church because Rev Parris is greedy and he sucks
John Proctor has already tried to admit to having an affair with Abigail, but Elizabeth has denied it in court. Mary Warren accuses him of witchcraft, and he chooses to not deny it, keeping him name clean. John Proctor is hanged, but he is hanged with the reputation of his name intact.
Can't do it
This is a very obvious example of lust in the Crucible. Although this scene was not directly in the play, it is inferred that John Proctor and Abigail had other sexual relations besides the ones clearly stated in the play.
When Hale asks John Proctor why he doesn't go to church, Proctor says that the reason is that Reverend Parris is not a good man. Reverend Parris is known as a greedy man, and he is so caught up in the parts about Hell in the Bible, that he forgets to talk about the good parts.