Another Oscar-nominated film I haven’t yet seen. Time to do something about that.
If you would like to read my review of the last episode, click here.
When you ask the DC fans why they prefer DC Comics over Marvel, one if the most common answer will be that their villains are much better. It is an undeniable fact that every good story with a well-written hero also needs an at least as well written villain. The hero’s main goal is to stop the villain and therefore the “hero” term only exists if there is an opposite for that. People with special abilities only become heroes when there is a villain they must stop which means that every hero is created by a villain. And that is the reason why the villains are so important because the whole plot of every comic is based on their actions and they are the motivation for the hero to act. With all this clarified let’s see how the latest episode of Legends of Tomorrow treats its very important villains.
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I’m seeing the second one in a few days so I might as well see the original first. Continue reading “John Wick – An Action-Packed Revenge Story”