The aggression of men displayed is also an interesting display of the desire to be more than they could ever be. It shows that when men or masculinity is suppressed and ignored at each level, the men were motivated to do more than usual and show the utmost superior theycan be, even more than others and go beyond what is expected from them. The contribution of society and its assumptions cannot be ruled out from this. Since centuries, men have been shown to be active and female to be passive in their lives, and this notion has been properly caught, manipulated, and broadcasted in movies. After all, movies are nothing but a mirror image of societal values. Also, some enlightened minds of society foresee variable possibilities for both genders. Culture is a valid contributor to the ideaof movies showing men’s ardent desire for dominance anddisplayingmasculinity through aggression and violence. Ta (2006) gives an interesting analogy that if a culture doss not examines its violence and the roots of the origin of violence, then the culture is in denial and is dangerous. Society and its general values are also contributing to the growing rigidity by attaching values to genders like violence, strength, and masculinity. It also attaches values like love, being emotional, lack of strength, and being passive with femininity. Movies portray male dominance byshowing the men as problem solvers.The various other attributes include having a bigger screen presence, being professional and carefree for relationships. These are examples of how the traditional cinema has been contributing to a great extent about the nature of masculinity and the divineness it once attracted. The music of the movie is hard and sounds masculine, again attaches to men as an attribute. Fight music is also hard hitting and manly than the soft and calm music associated with feminism. The cinematography and the screen presence in the movie are pre-dominantly male and the crisis displayed through their various emotional display. The pornographic image of Tyler as the lead role is shown to accentuate more wanting and more subliminal, and characterised as more prohibited and scandalous. Melissa (2007) openly declares this behaviour of the movie character as associated with gothic evident by the perversity shown in the form of a notorious Tyler. The character is often seen to be split between two identities or in an endless search to settle down with an identity(Ruddell, 2007). Tyler moves out of his own body image and searches more pessimistic and dejected life sequences than happiness and contentment.