In act I scene I Flavius and Marullus are trying to keep the towns people out of the town. " Hence! Home, you idle creatures, get you home! Is this a holiday? (I I 1). This scene is a rise up between the people that don't like Caesar and who do. Flavius and Marullus get sent out of the city to never return after this.
Act IV : SC II
In act II scene I all of the conspirators meet at Brutus house to try to get him to join then Brutus says. "Give me your hands all over, one by one" ( II I 112). After he says this we know that he has joined them. this is an important scene because this is when the army fighting aginst Caesar rise's.
Act V : SC
In act III scene I it is one of the most important parts in the whole play it is where Caesar dies. "Et tu Brut`e? Then fall, Caesar Dies" (III I 79). Caesar is not a good country leader, he is a good war leader. Brutus should have found a better way than killing him. Caesar should have been a better pearson instead of trying to kill peole and mabye he could have been leader. ( of course a bird could have been leader if he said anything to the very fickle romans)
Theme: Act III SC II
In act IV scene II Brutus and Cassius are talking in there tent. " and let no man come to our tent till we have done our conference" ( IV II 50-51). Cassius is being a baby and dosen't like getting in trouble. Because of this he blames Brutus for the whole Caesar thing. But he comes around and they go to war.
In act V scene V Brutus and Cassius are at the battle. Now I will use the best quote " Dies" (V V 51). Brutus was the greatest roman so says me. Plus someone who matters Octavius Brutus carred about roam. Brutus did say when it helps his country he would die and he did bravly.
In act III Brutus was to trusting. It is ok to be trusting but the is a ending to where you can. If Brutus would have been smart he could have realized that he cant trust someone who loves Caesar (and power). " Brutus, A word with you." (III II 232). Brutus is a great guy but sometimes we all need to know when to trust and when not to trust.