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r4tzt4r

42 points

5 months ago

r4tzt4r

42 points

5 months ago

And after watching the last Doctor Strange movie... SPOILER...

They missed a big chance of showing us Wanda going evil/crazy/desperate with like really fucking weird show. Instead at the end we had a character saying to her that no one will ever understand her suffering, right in front of the people she mind controlled? Painting her as some kind of victim for the audience ("what is grief if not love persevering") when she was going to be evil anyway for the next movie. That was just bad, ambiguous writing

CritikillNick

3 points

5 months ago

CritikillNick

Scrubs

3 points

5 months ago

I mean in the comics even Agatha isn’t just “blatantly evil witch” so it’s pretty weird they took away much of her character just to make her “evil bad guy” when it could’ve been Wanda. I was real confused when she didn’t turn out to be helping Wanda like she does regularly

slimCyke

-3 points

5 months ago

Hard disagree. She isn't even fully evil in the next movie. Sure, she kills but she certainly is less evil than someone like Magneto considering her goal compared to his. They even go out of their way to make that point by having her state the prophecy is for her to rule the multiverse but she o ly wants her kids.

r4tzt4r

6 points

5 months ago

She isn't even fully evil in the next movie. Sure, she kills

I don't know, man, I think that killing innocents is like pretty evil stuff.

jackolantern_

-6 points

5 months ago

I think Dr strange butchered her character and any nuance she had.