Top 10 Movies with the Most Misunderstood Villains
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein is a story from different perspectives. From Victor's perspective, the monster is hideous and evil. From the monster's own perspective, he is a helpless person. I feel compassion for both of them. The monster did some good things and was treated like dirt. Go read the book and you'll see why.
All he ever wanted was a little kindness.
Silva was left for dead by M. Payback is necessary.
Ralph plays the villain in his game, but he's tired of being the bad guy.
Well, yes, Ralph is a misunderstood game villain, but the movie's ACTUAL villain doesn't fall into the "misunderstood" category
The Sandman just wanted to protect his daughter and was falsely accused of killing Uncle Ben.
The Lizard was trying to come up with something that would benefit the world. Sadly, it all went haywire.
Magneto knew that the humans would never accept the mutans as a society.
Ra's al Ghul just wants to rid Gotham City of crime.
He was a normal kid, Andy was the one weird. Obsessed with toys like that. Sid didn't torture toys, he was creative in ways of making new stuff from old stuff. He looks evil from the perspective of toys because to them he was a torturer. And the way he acts to his sister? Be honest, anyone who has a younger sibling always teases them, even to adulthood. Andy is the odd one who is...decent. And if you don't agree, look at his environment, his mom is hardly participating in his life and the only look we get at the dad is him conked out at the T.V. screen with empty beer cans surrounding him. I'm not saying Andy is bad. On the contrary, he is kind and good, but Sid isn't a bad guy at all.
When you think about it, Sid isn't the villain we perceived him to be. He's not a true villain due to the fact that he didn't know toys were sentient and could feel pain. Plus, I think he had reasons for doing what he did:
1.) He was lonely with no friends.
2.) He had an active imagination.
3.) He didn't have the best home life.
While Sid was a brat, he was a product of his environment. And he does change greatly after the first movie and grows up to be a garbage man.
To be honest, Sid doesn't know that his toys can feel pain. Had he known, things might have been different.
If you ask ME Mr. Incredible shouldn't be a hero for discouraging a Kid.
"The Wicked Witch of the West". Her sister was killed by Dorothy's house, and she stole her shoes! That's enough to make anybody wicked.
That he still harbored a creepy obsession over Harry's mother doesn't redeem him.
Who didn't feel sorry for Professer Snape when you seen his memories he was never a bad guy, he was in love Harry's mother
Mrs. Voorhees lost her only child Jason because of the counselors. They were too busy drinking and having sex instead of watching the kids, resulting in Jason's death. She started killing the counselors as revenge. It was after his mother's own death that Jason came back and began killing. He's not really that bad. He just loves his mother.
Magneto: "I've been at the mercy of men following orders my whole life. "
Dr. Evil was raised to be evil.
Carrie is more of a victim than a villain. She was mistreated by her peers and overly religious mother and she was humiliated after having pig blood dumped on her at the prom. She's actually very sympathetic.
Dr Otto Octavius had dreams of providing a new source of energy to benefit the world. It all went wrong, his wife died, he lost control of his mechanical arms and he saw his dreams get crushed before his eyes.
Smeagol didn't know that the ring was cursed. It tortured him for years. He's still his old, innocent self deep down inside.
Reagan (the girl who was possessed) was not the evil one. the demon that possessed her (Pazuzu) Was the true evil one.