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    hero, a fairy tale without a villain will create an ineffective plot. The negligence of the villain’s role/importance demonstrates our society’s ethics. The judgemental views of society, creates an impression that good will always emerge as the victors. This is caused by the fact that individuals within society has a different criteria of deciding what is “good” and what is “evil”. As a result their minds are structured through pure bias. The so called “heroes” or “villains” are all just dependent on

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    Orual As A Villain

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    The role of a villain is central in the plot of many stories. However, an often overlooked aspect of the villain is that they are not just evil. While some villains, particularly flat ones, may be purely black or white, human villains are much more nuanced. Instead, the villains tend to be a shade of grey, with justifications for their actions which could be determined by some to be reasonable. Sometimes such a villain thinks that he or she is helping others. In Till We Have Faces by C.S. Lewis,

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    Why are people villains? Is it because of past mistakes, how they were raised or maybe it's in there blood to be a villain? The dictionary defines a villain as a character whose evil actions or motives are important to the plot, but others may define a villain as evil and monstrous simply by examples of the actions of the villain. Two characters are Odysseus, the most villainous in The Odyssey retold by Robin Lister, and Ursula from the film: The Little mermaid directed by Ron Clements and John Musker

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    Frieza The Better Villain

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    A villain is defined as “a cruelly malicious person who is involved in or devoted to wickedness or crime.” To determine who the better villain is; Frieza, an intergalactic villain known for taking over planets with his followers and being one of the strongest beings in the universe or The Joker, Batman’s arch nemesis known for causing chaos throughout Gotham and having an ability to bring the worst out of people, I must first decide what makes an effective villain. To decide who the better villain

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    Are Villains Good Or Bad

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    Throughout history, villains have been apart of every aspect of life. A villain can be seen in a multitude of areas ranging from being a physically abusive person to a person that is very mentally manipulative. Villains can also be seen in other areas from children's movies to real life scenarios. But the most notorious villains are the ones society gets to see in some form of theater or film. A good story or film often has some form of an obstacle to overcome in the version of a bad guy. And although

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    It seems that in recent years movie villains have been reduced to bland, superficial scare-machines. The golden age of dynamic villains has come and gone, and action movies everywhere are all hype and no substance. In contrast to modern horror films, the 1990s brought us some of the greatest movie villains of all time. Villains who were uncomfortably relatable, undeniably cunning, and extremely frightening all at the same time dominated the box office. Dr. Hannibal Lecter (played by Anthony Hopkins)

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    To most people the joker is just a villain but to me he's the best villain. I believe he's the best because he doesn't have a big suit of armor or any stupid super powers he's just a crazy goon with guns and other goons who ride for him. the joker is a wicked looking villain, the way he dresses, the way he paints his face, and his tattoos and scars on his body. its funny the way he takes care of his business in situations, I guess its why he's called the joker. the joker has a wicked appearance

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    character in the book name Costello, Costello is a villain in the story if you want evidence just read on and see for your self Written by Tim Wanton Blueback is about a boy Abel Jackson and his mother Dora Jackson who both live in a place called LongBoat bay. They face challenges such as the environment being harmed. Costello is a villain because he is always up to no good and whatever he is doing is for money and he has all the traits of a villain and has no traits as a hero. Costello harms the environment

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    Villainy in The Nun There are many villains in The Nun by Diderot. There are many things that define a villain. According to Cambridge Dictionary, a villain is “a bad person who harms other people or breaks the law, or a cruel or evil character in a book, play, or film” (Cambridge Dictionary). There are some characters that fit this description in the book, but Sister Sainte-Christine is the greatest villain of them all. In The Nun, Sister Sainte-Christine is a villain because she is cruel to Suzanne

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    Coraline: A True Villain

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    “The proudest spirit can be broken with love” is something I may have said, but would a true villain really say that? Out of all of the statements I have made I simply do not understand how this is evil. Just one thing before you call me a villain. Just please hear my side of the story. I built a whole world based on Coraline's interests. I don't know anybody else who would work that hard. A true villain would not do that. I made the house perfect for her, even her room. Every game I challenged

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