Thelma and Louise

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The film, Thelma and Louise, clearly shows it’s audience common negative male stereotypical characters. Almost all the men who appear in the movie mistreat Thelma and Louise in some form. Thelma and Louise in return take revenge upon them in the ways most women would like too.
Jimmy is a typical example of a man who is afraid of commitment. He never wanted to marry Louise, knowing quite well that that is what she wanted. He was certain that Louise would always stand by him and would never leave him.
Louise takes her revenge on Jimmy in quite an ironic manner. When it finally appears that she is leaving him, Jimmy tracks her down and proposes to her. He only proposed to her because he felt threatened that she might not return. Louise rejects his proposal. He was left the vulnerable one in the relationship for thefirst time. He finally worked up the courage to ask her and he rejected her.
Darryl adaquetly portrays the stereotype of an abusive male. He views Thelma more as his servant than as his wife. He is rude to her and is always putting her down. He tells her that she is nothing without him. He does not let her live her life. He is always telling her what to do, where to go and who to be friends with.Thelma finally just runs off with her friend without telling Darryl. She breaks all the rules that he tried so hard to enforce. When Thelma and Louise are being sought after by the police, Darryl is forced to become
subservient to the police. He has to do as they tell him. They treat him with as much disrespect and lack of courtesy that he showed Thelma.
Harland is probably represented as the most evil character. He is the man who tried to rape Thelma. He bought her a couple of drinks, used his charm and promised her excitement and adventure which she lacked in her marriage. He was unctuous in his moves and soon was in an ideal situation to take advantage of Thelma.Thankfully, Louise showed up with Thelma’s gun pointed at…