Romeo and Juliet

Juliet is responsible for the death of Romeo and herself.

Juliet is responsible for her and Romeo’s death because she didn’t give into her fear. If she gave into her fear, she wouldn’t have taken the potion that put her to sleep, and her and Romeo would have lived together happily. “What if this mixture do not work at all? Shall I be married in the morning?”"And madly play with my forefather's joints? And pluck mangled Tybalt from his shroud? And, in this rage, with some great kinsman's bone, as (Act: Five, Scene: Three) If Juliet had given into that feeling of fear and not taken the potion, she wouldn’t have made Romeo think she was dead.

Monster eminem

I'm friends with the monster that's under my bed
Get along with the voices inside of my head
You're trying to save me, stop holding your breath
And you think I'm crazy, yeah, you think I'm crazy

This song relates to Juliet going crazy because it talks about how she sees the monsters even though they aren't there. It talks about being crazy. She is hearing voices and people are trying to save her (her conscience), and she doesn't want help. She wants to precede with what she is about to do. She doesn't listen to the voices and takes the potion, which leads to the death of her and Romeo.
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Alice in Wonderland

The poison in this movie is relatable to Romeo and Juliet because it shows how taking potions that could do something unexpected is a bad idea. In Alice in Wonderland, Alice takes a potion that she knows nothing about. She ends up very tiny, and trapped in a bottle floating down a stream. In Romeo and Juliet, Juliet takes a potion, not knowing what it would lead to. Because she took the potion, she ended up dead, along with her husband.
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