The soothsayer tells Caesar to beware the ides of March
March is gonna suck for you no cap
Yeah o k a y
Calpurnia's nightmares about Caesar
No, please don't kill Caesar!!
Cassius and his men pay Brutus a visit
yo lets kill Caesar
I mean I guess
In this scene, Caesar is returning home from his amazing win against Pompey. As he walks through Rome, a soothsayer (psychic) stops him and warns him about the ides of March. The soothsayer predicts the fall of Caesar. Instead of listening, Caesar ignores the soothsayer. This scene foreshadows March 15th, the day of Caesar's murder.
come with us we'll stop for drinks
This scene is small, yet very important to the story. Caesar's wife, Calpurnia, has nightmares about Caesar being stabbed to death. In said dream, she pictures Caesar's statue with blood pouring out of it. A terrified Calpurnia tries to warn her husband the day of his murder, yet failed to. Again, this foreshadows the fall of the once great Julius Caesar.
Speaking for Caesar
This scene is one of the most important scenes of the play. Not only is this where it's decided that Caesar will die, but it's also a turning point in Brutus' life. When Cassius and his men appear in Brutus' home, they basically make his mind up for him about killing Caesar. Because of this scene, multiple lives will be lost throughout the play. This is a major turning point, which ultimately ruins Brutus' life and legacy.
This scene its where things start to go wrong for Caesar. Calpurnia had tried to convince her husband to stay home and although she almost succeeded, she ended up losing the argument, and him. Cassius and his men showed up to Caesar's home and convinced him to go to the capital. They tricked Caesar by promising drinks. At this point, Caesar was unaware of what would become of him. If Caesar had listened to Calpurnia, he may not have died so soon.
This is the scene where Marc Antony turns the people of Rome against Brutus and Cassius. Although he initially claimed to support them, he slowly showed he wasn't. Caesar was Marc's best friend so he took it upon himself to avenge him. Although it's only a speech, it helps people take sides for the fast-approaching war. This shows a lot about Marc Antony's loyalty to Caesar