A Simple Plan is a very suspenseful film that is layered with many scenes that impact the viewer. This movie is about three men who live in Rural Minnesota who come across an abandoned plane. After searching the plane they find 4.4 million dollars in lost cash. They plan on keeping the cash if no one claims it for a long time. Along the way, there is a lot of mistrust, secrets, betrayal, and deaths. This movie is definitely a heart- pounder and it has a fantastic storyline.
It all started out when Hank, Jacob, and Lou were in Jacob’s truck, driving to Lou’s house when all of a sudden a fox jumped out in front of Jacob and he swerved and hit a tree. Everyone got out of the truck and chased the fox into the woods. While going through the woods they stumble upon a crashed airplane. Hank decides to look inside the plane and he discovers a dead pilot and 4.4 million dollars. Hank wanted to turn in the money so he didn 't have to go through any trouble if someone was looking for it. Jacob and Lou persuaded Hank to let them keep the money, but Hank said that the money will be safe in his house until the end of winter. As they were walking back to Jacob’s truck Sheriff Carl drove by them as soon as they hid the money in the bed of the truck. Carl was asking the men if they needed help and they said no. Jacob mentioned something about hearing a plane around, trying not to seem suspicious. Carl kind of looked at him in a weird way and then Hank butted in and started on how they had to leave. Carl left and then the three men decide to keep the money a secret, but as soon as Hank gets home he told his wife Sarah. Sarah suggests that Hank takes some of the money back to the plane to avoid any suspicion from anyone.
... middle of paper ...
... he tries to kill Hank, but Hank managed to kill the agent. Jacob shows up and Hank is telling Jacob what they are going to say to the police. Jacob says I do not want to be part of this anymore and he threatens to shoot himself. Hank wouldn 't let him do that and then Jacob told Hank to shoot him and frame the FBI agent for all of the murders. As much as Hank did not want to kill his brother he shot and killed Jacob.
Hank went to the police station and tells his story to actual FBI agents. The agents believed hank because they thought he could not do something like that. Hank is not a suspect but he soon learns that the police are writing down all of the serial numbers on the cash so they can track it. Hank knows now he cannot keep any of the money without getting caught so he burns it. He realizes everything that has happened over all of that money for nothing.
Need Writing Help?
Get feedback on grammar, clarity, concision and logic instantly.Check your paper »
- Oprah Winfrey is a phenomenal figure. Oprah Winfrey has been quite famous as a female entrepreneur and a talk show host in America. From the queen of talk show that touches the heart, she was recently crowned as prophetess of New Age Movement. (www.wfial.org). Her image is being shifted, from the most popular presenters become a controversial figure because of his statements-statements, which are considered attacking the uniqueness of the Christian faith. You will find a lot of praise and criticism on him, specifically from Christian circles.... [tags: oprah winfrey, the secret book, ultimate reality]
1184 words (3.4 pages)
- Too many times in a black man’s life has he walked into a store and be stared at or followed simply because of the color of his skin. In society the weight of your skin is more than your real personality. The way someone is treated should not be based of their skin complexion but by the way they live their life. The negative ideals associated with those of brown complexion are not only a historical yet current problem that the world faces. Sue Monk Kidd is able to relay these racist under tones, which remain relevant to society not only in the past but in the present as well, through trying situations in the book Secret Life of Bees.... [tags: Black people, Race, Police brutality, Police]
1059 words (3 pages)
- “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” as written by James Thurber is an interesting short story. Walter Mitty, the protagonist of the story, is in a constant battle with his wife, the antagonist of the story. Mr. Mitty is, simply put, a daydreamer with a creative mind. His wife does not appreciate this aspect of Mr. Mitty and is constantly nagging him and bringing him back to reality. Mr. Mitty’s character is flat, as he is never portrayed as a deep and unknown character with some type of third dimension to his personaility.... [tags: The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, Fiction]
1098 words (3.1 pages)
- When writing a story, the author can choose the amount of information the reader comprehends by writing it in a certain point of view. In Rios’ “The Secret Lion,” the first person point of view allows us to see the world through the eyes of a boy who has just reached adolescence. This means that we are transforming ourselves into a 12-year-old child in order to fully see the story through the narrator’s eyes; in fact, this point of view is the reason we can immerse ourselves in the narrator’s mind.... [tags: First-person narrative, Narrative, Narrator]
1488 words (4.3 pages)
- Incognito David Eagleman, in his book Incognito: The Secret lives of the Brain, explores the relationship between the conscious and unconscious mind. Referencing many real-life stories and scientific experiments, Eagleman argues that we governed more by our unconscious. The book explores one main question: “If the conscious mind - the part you consider to be you - is just the tip of the iceberg, what is the rest doing?". We are not aware of what the rest of brain, the unconscious, is doing; rather, “the brain runs its show incognito” (Eagleman 7).... [tags: Mind, Consciousness, Unconscious mind]
1125 words (3.2 pages)
- Analysis of Our Secret by Susan Griffin Throughout “Our Secret” Griffin explores the different characters’ fears and secrets and she gives specific insights into these “secrets”. Through examining others Griffin comes to terms with her own feelings, secrets, and fears. She relates to Himmler, Leo, Helene, and everyone else even though she is different than all of them. One fact that can be made about all of these characters is that they all represent humans and human emotion First, Griffin reveals that there is a hidden side to everyone that is only known within, and anything outside could be a false representation, or imposter.... [tags: Our Secret Susan Griffin Literature Essays]
1534 words (4.4 pages)
- Susan Griffin’s “Our Secret”, a chapter in her book, A Chorus of Stones: The Private Life of War, is about the hidden shame and pain humans carry and their consequences. It is an astonishing essay, a meditation on the soul-destroying price of conforming to false selves that have been brutalized by others, mentally or physically or both, or by themselves in committing acts of violence and emotional cruelty. As an essay, “Our Secret” shows the power of a writer’s voice—the scenes are few and spare in its forty-eight pages—but it’s mesmerizing.... [tags: Susan Griffin, Our Secret 2014]
1800 words (5.1 pages)
- My house is made up of yellow and white limestone. My friend Jane's is bright red brick. If you were to ask me what the color of her house means to me... I would say an easy way to identify this house. In my opinion, the color of someones house is just not a way to detect anything from her personality. It is simply put, the color of her house. What if I were to tell you that that red was a symbol of love. That the reason it was red brick was because Jane's parents loved each other so much they decided to express the love in the color of their house just to remind them of the love they share.... [tags: Kidd Secret Life Bees Book Report]
1428 words (4.1 pages)
- A Deconstruction of The Secret Life of Walter Mitty In the short story “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty,” we see the main character as a rejected misfit in society. He is often unaware of the world around him and reacts in what others would call a negative way to those situations he actually responds to. However, close examination of the text used by James Thurber to portray him prompts a need to deconstruct the character Walter Mitty. In doing so, we find that, far from being a misfit, he is actually the one member of society that is truly sound.... [tags: Secret Life of Walter Mitty Essays]
807 words (2.3 pages)
- Joseph Conrad's The Secret Agent: A Critique of Late-Victorian Gender Roles February 15, 1894, was the most interesting afternoon in the otherwise dreary history of Greenwich Observatory. Earlier in the day, Martial Bourdin, a skinny anarchist, traveled by train from Westminster to Greenwich, concealing a small bomb. As he ominously ambled through Greenwich Park, towards the Observatory, something happened - no one knows exactly what - and he blew most of himself to shreds. The British, who loved to quantify in the late nineteenth century, noted that the explosion spread bits of flesh over a distance of sixty yards.... [tags: Joseph Conrad The Secret Agent]
4961 words (14.2 pages)