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Caesar vs. Regina
In the play Julius Caesar, written by William Shakespeare, an obsession for power is more competitive than ever, where the movie Mean girls, written by Tina Fey results a funny comedy that causes friendships to be destroyed.
Mean Ruler
In the movie Mean girls Regina's ambition destroys the dream's of others
In the play of Julius Caesar his ambition destroys his life.
Raise your hand if you have ever been personally victimized by Regina George?
We’re all standing up against the spirit of Caesar and in the spirit of men there is no blood.
Regina's fans.
Julius Caesar's fans.
"And evil takes a human form in Regina George."
"So one should think about him as a snake’s egg that, if allowed to hatch, will grow into a dangerous adult snake, and so should be killed in its shell."
Regina is famous for her beauty and power over the students, she posses the greatest of ambition.
Caesar is being described as a mean ruler that if you let him into power he will hatch into a dangerous ruler that should be destroyed before he becomes evil.
‘Oh mighty Caesar!’ he said, shaking his head. ‘Are you lying so low? Are all your conquests, glories, triumphs, successes, shrunk to this small size? Farewell.’
Regina's ambition led her to an injury were she broke her spine and made her look awful.
Caesar's destruction resulted a tragedy that has never been forgotten.
"And that's how Regina George died. No, I'm totally kidding. But she did get hurt."
Mean Girls
Julius Caesar