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In this scene reveals the intensity between Sherlock Holmes and James Moriarty, in this scene reveals a flash-fowarding event where Sherlock and Moriarty analyze and hypothesize on how to attack and how to counter, where the conclusion becomes inevitable, thus Sherlock made the first move.
" I have discovered the truth behind your ploy for innumerable wealth. You must pay!"
" Never! I shall endeavor to find the most creative of endings for you and your methods."
In this scene of "I am Legend" shows a flash back of when Robert and his wife, Zoe, as well as daughter Marley, were retreating in order to escape the ensuing virus that developed from the potential cure to cancer which had led to the inevitable situation where both his wife and daughter were caught in an explosion.
In this scene shows Matilda's ability of self-sufficiency, over the course of her life she was shown disregard from her parents and thus had to find a way to take of herself, she has shown extreme independence and a deep passion for reading books. This scene shows a flashback of when she was young and how she had to further take care of herself.
In this scene, which connects to reality in the movie, relates to the fact that Sherlock was capable of changing his inevitable conclusion which he added to his sentence "Unless.." therefore beating the odds with his ingenious mind overall. He even brought an end to Moriarty's scheme at the cost of his own sacrifice, only to survive in the end.
This scene which connects to present day in the movie, overshadows the fact that Robert lost his family during the above selection. This scene also emphasizes the loneliness and sorrow he had to endure over the loss of his family, but he endeavored to survive and help the New York plague.
In the current reality shows Matilda and her adoptive mother and teacher, Miss Honey, on their way back home. Matilda is very happy with her life and always shows the best of her, her intelligence and her kindness. Miss Honey also shows this same trait regardless of how she is treated, she strives to move forward. It relates to the flashback because Matilda suffered through disregard from her biological parents.
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