When film and television screenwriters create villains, they’re usually there to be hated on one level and another. Take in, or even sympathize with.
Whether it’s bitter bad Eric Killmonger black panthertough as character or clawsMiranda Bailey Grey’s Anatomythese are the “bad guys” we can’t help but admire.
Rachel Berry in “Glee” (2009-2015)
The glee club at William McKinley High School competes as a choral competition, with Rachel Berry (Lea Michelle). Rachel has big dreams and a crushing nature on Broadway.
Indeed, there are many reasons to dislike berries. Her performance of Endless Love to Mr. Shoe was definitely a lot. There was even a time when she had Finn and Jessie fighting over her because she enjoyed witnessing it, though Berry was one of the most important driving forces behind her plotline. One. Greeand she is a powerful woman who knows what she wants and won’t stop until she gets it.
Karen Filippelli in “The Office” (2020-2013)
office With the possible exception of Karen Filippelli, it brought to the screen a plethora of characters for fans to love (Rashida Jones). Karen arrives in the third season and has a short-lived relationship with Jim Halpert (John Krasinski).
Filippelli didn’t stand a chance, especially when Jim and Pam’s relationship was normalized on day one. Later, fans hated her even more when Filippelli told her true feelings about Pam. Many people love her because she knows.
Zuko (2005-208) in Avatar: The Last Airbender
Avatar: The Last Airbender It features a war-torn world divided into four elemental nations: the Northern and Southern Water Tribes, the Earth Kingdom, the Fire Nation, and the Air Nomads.Zuko (voice) Dante Basco) are Fire Nation royalty and masters of firebending.
Being the arrogant, honor-obsessed prince of the Fire Nation’s oppressive monarchy is reason enough to dislike him from the start. But behind his anger lies a misguided young man who has fallen victim to his father’s abuse. As the show progresses, we get more insight into Zuko and what he wants out of his life.
Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter films (2001-2011)
Everyone needs a nemesis, Draco Malfoy (Tom Felton) to become Harry Potter Harry potter movie. When Harry discovers that he is the orphan of his two wizards and that he possesses extraordinary magical powers, he enrolls at Hogwarts to learn to become a wizard.
Malfoy is definitely annoyed and bullies Potter from the start. He is arrogant, racist against muggle-borns, and will throw anyone under a bus to save himself. But Malfoy has the traditional antihero qualities that drive fans to love him. The dynamic between Malfoy and his father, Lucius Malfoy, evokes compassion and empathy. I can’t help but think that there is.
Eric Killmonger in “Black Panther Movie” (2018, 2022)
The African nation of Wakanda protects the Black Panther, the country’s ruler and protector. Eric Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan) is the first villain black panther movie. He is dissatisfied with Wakanda and its people after losing his parents at an early age.
Fans hate Killmonger. Because he lets his bitterness consume him and destabilize him for his own ends, leading him on a one-man quest to take over Wakanda. His opinion that he had to intervene in the beginning and prevent the suffering of millions of people is completely correct.
Emily Gilmour in “Gilmore Girls” (2000-2007)
part comedy, part tragedy, gilmore girls A story of the relationship between a single mother and her teenage daughter. Emily Gilmore (Kelly Bishop) is the patriarch of the family, from Rory’s grandmother to Lorelei’s mother.
Gilmore is a real piece of work. She is a control freak and wants to control every aspect of Lorelai and Rory’s lives. She throws herself into their lives at every opportunity. But doesn’t that sound like most moms? Although outspoken, Gilmore is deeply loved because many of her comments are witty and clever. She can see problems from her outsider’s perspective and her love is at the core of everything she does.
Miranda Bailey in “Grey’s Anatomy” (2005-)
Seattle Grace Hospital brings top-notch fictional surgeons (and drama-filled episodes) to your TV screen every week. One character is Miranda Bailey (Chandra Wilson), he was eventually appointed as the hospital’s director of surgery.
Fans have an aversion to Bailey. For example, Richard Webber (James Pickens Jr.) recommended her for a seat on the board, she felt she was the only one who got it. She is sometimes unfaithful and wants to have compassion for herself, but refuses to show it to others. Yes, Bailey is tough: but she does a tough job. She is a great mother, mentor, and manager.
Nathan Scott in “One Tree Hill” (2003-2012)
High school students in the small town of Tree Hill are the focus of the series One Tree Hill1 character Nathan Scott (james rafferty), fell in love with his brother’s best friend, and is also a star basketball player.
Scott has certainly urged fans not to trust him, especially on previous shows. He doesn’t seem to have any consideration for his mother, no matter how imperfect she is. Of course, his infamous point-shaving debacle, not to mention his anger issues, doesn’t score high on any measure of trust. I am not afraid to He’s also an incredible dad, which is the best reason to love him.
Alice Cooper in “Riverdale” (2017-2023)
Archie, Betty, Veronica and Jughead try to solve the seemingly harmless mystery of the town. riverdale. Alice Cooper (Mädchen Amick) is Betty’s mom of questionable background. She has been accused of having an affair with the South Side Serpents and is known to keep her secret.
Cooper has plenty of good reasons to be despised by fans. She tries to control every aspect of Betty’s life, goes undercover to work with the FBI for a story, and keeps Betty away from her half-brother, while Cooper wants to keep her children alive at all costs. protect and protect She’s as wild as she is witty, remember when she threw a brick at Hal, how can she not love it?
Sharpay Evans in “High School Musical” (2006)
A star falls in love with a nerd at a holiday karaoke party, returns to her small-town high school, and auditions for her next school musical.high school musical A modern classic. But the jealous Sharpay Evans (Ashley Tisdale) Adds real drama to this candy-sweet movie.
Evans is selfish, unjust, and devious. Empathy is not a strong element of her nature. She’s used to having her own way, and when that doesn’t happen her things tend to go sideways very quickly. But she can’t help but secretly love a passionate girl who always gives her 110%. Evans owns who she is and speaks her mind.
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