Re: Tom Hiddleston: Loki Redux - Part 1
Originally Posted by ericadawn16
I just think it gets boring when a villain is always the villain. It's more interesting when they have more depth, like Magneto joining with Charles if it suits his interests as well but also trying to turn the situation into his advantage.
A one dimensional villain is a very boring villain indeed. Just being evil just for the sake of being be evil is so overused. I think it's because some creative choices some filmmakers make with villains is to make them unsympathetic so that you do hate them without feeling guilty about hating them.
- If can can forgive a murderer, a thief, etc. why can he not forgive people of lesser sins? You are still a sinner and commit sin even if you believe in God.
- There's a huge difference between being a nice person and being a naive one.
- I am the ultimate in moral support.
- Misery does love a lot of useless human company.