History Characters / Frozen

28th Feb '15 10:34:13 PM Anorgil
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28th Feb '15 10:19:48 PM Anorgil
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27th Feb '15 12:56:39 PM Dame-Amaryllis
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25th Feb '15 6:39:37 AM Phoenixion
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24th Feb '15 6:43:19 AM ChaoticNovelist
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Too Dumb To Live is about genuine fatalities; it's literall, not figurative.
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23rd Feb '15 11:36:59 PM redandready45
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22nd Feb '15 9:15:56 PM 8088ben
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19th Feb '15 6:55:05 AM Phoenixion
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16th Feb '15 8:38:29 PM Phoenixion
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Duke Weselton's Affably Evil is also not qualified enough. Even in his first scene outside the castle with his two bodyguards, you should be able to tell he won't be the nicest guy you will meet in this film, and before Hans is revealed to be main villain, the Duke is the closest person this film has as villain. His niceness towards Anna before Elsa revealed her powers obviously just to maintain his reputation in front of the Queen of Arendelle.
16th Feb '15 8:29:04 PM Phoenixion
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The Duke's reaction is still not enough to be a Pet The Dog, it just showed he's shocked more than anything else and it's more like Even Evil Has Standards, which is already written. About Hans' Femme Fatale, I'm not sure if it should even be here. He's only seen "charming" before he's revealed to be evil, and absolutely nobody see that coming before. Also, beside his admittedly good-looking face, he's not all that "sensual", which as far as I know is required to be Femme Fatale. Once his true color is revealed, he doesn't even seem to use his charm anymore. When he tricked Duke Weselton and other Arendelle Council into believing Elsa killed Anna, he only acts saddened and doesn't even try to look "charming". If you're sure Femme Fatale was the right trope here, please provide better explanation to prove why this trope should even be here . If it's not, then please remove it from the list permanently. Thanks.
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