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19th Apr '18 10:02:05 PM patriciovalencia117
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* [[MalcolmXerox Killmonger]] from ''Film/BlackPanther'' claims to be fighting for oppressed Africans around the world. However, while he [[VillainHasAPoint rightfully condemns the affluent Wakanda for refusing to help the black diaspora]], he has no problem with bossing around other black people and abusing Wakanda's customs for his own gains. Most notably [[spoiler:he ignored warnings from N'Jobu in the spirit realm and burns the h

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* [[MalcolmXerox Killmonger]] from ''Film/BlackPanther'' claims to be fighting for oppressed Africans around the world. However, while he [[VillainHasAPoint rightfully condemns the affluent Wakanda for refusing to help the black diaspora]], he has no problem with bossing around other black people and abusing Wakanda's customs stealing the Black Panther's powers for himself. When T'Challa points out how his own gains. Most notably [[spoiler:he ignored warnings from N'Jobu in methods wouldn't help the spirit realm oppressed Africans, Killmonger doesn't care and burns just wants the hworld to experience his suffering.
19th Apr '18 9:57:26 PM patriciovalencia117
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* [[MalcolmXerox Killmonger]] from ''Film/BlackPanther'' claims to be fighting for oppressed Africans around the world. However, while he [[VillainHasAPoint rightfully condemns the affluent Wakanda for refusing to help the black diaspora]], he has no problem with bossing around other black people and abusing Wakanda's customs for his own gains. Most notably [[spoiler:he ignored warnings from N'Jobu in the spirit realm and burns the h
21st Feb '18 12:20:40 PM TPercival
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* In ''WesternAnimation/QuestForCamelot'', Ruber thinks more to himself than everyone else, this was lampshaded by none other than King Arthur himself.
-->King Arthur: [[LampshadeHanging Sir Ruber, always thinking to yourself.]] As knights of the round table our obligation is to the people, not to ourselves.
**Ruber even declares Camelot his during his VillainSong.
15th Jan '18 4:51:58 PM chopshop
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* During the climax of ''Film/SistersOfDeath'', TheMole ([[spoiler:Sylvia]]) rants to [[spoiler: Judy]] about how the death of Liz seven years ago ruined her life. Apparently, ''she's'' the real victim, not Liz (shot in the head during a sabotaged hazing ritual) nor their sorority sisters murdered over the course of the film.

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* During the climax of ''Film/SistersOfDeath'', TheMole ([[spoiler:Sylvia]]) rants to [[spoiler: Judy]] about how the death of Liz seven years ago ruined her life. Apparently, ''she's'' the real victim, not Liz (shot (sot in the head during a sabotaged hazing ritual) nor their sorority sisters murdered over the course of the film.


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* Koba from ''Film/DawnOfThePlanetOfTheApes'' claims to be fighting for all apes and [[BelievingTheirOwnLies genuinely believes it]]. Even if it was true at one point, by the final act of the movie his one and only concern is venting all his pent up anger and resentment towards humans. By the climax, even his friends aren't safe from his outbursts and the slightest insinuation that he doesn't know best is taken as [[DisproportionateRetribution an affront worthy of death]].
-->'''Koba''': Caesar brother to humans! Koba fight for ape! Free ape!
-->'''Caesar''': [[{{Hypocrite}} You killed ape]]. Koba fight for Koba. ''Koba belong in cage''.
13th Dec '17 10:41:46 PM PaulA
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* [[BigBrotherBully Scowler]] from ''Series/WalkingWithDinosaurs: TheMovie'' has this as his main personality trait. When he becomes leader of the herd, he gets DrunkWithPower to the point of sociopathy.

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* [[BigBrotherBully Scowler]] from ''Series/WalkingWithDinosaurs: ''Film/WalkingWithDinosaurs: TheMovie'' has this as his main personality trait. When he becomes leader of the herd, he gets DrunkWithPower to the point of sociopathy.
3rd Nov '17 7:37:13 AM Rebu
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* In ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxyVol2'', Star-Lord's father's plan is to grow bits of himself on all the planets in the universe, thereby becoming the only living thing, except for Star-Lord, since he needs Peter's energy to activate "The Expanse." He wasn't called "Ego" for nothing.

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* In ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxyVol2'', Star-Lord's [[spoiler:Star-Lord's father's plan is to grow bits of himself on all the planets in the universe, thereby becoming the only living thing, except for Star-Lord, since he needs Peter's energy to activate "The Expanse." He wasn't called "Ego" for nothing.]]
30th Oct '17 7:15:44 PM shawn_allen
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* In ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxyVol2'', Star-Lord's father's plan is to grow bits of himself on all the planets in the universe, thereby becoming the only living thing, except for Star-Lord, since he needs Peter's energy to activate "The Expanse." He wasn't called "Ego" for nothing.
20th Jul '17 10:48:25 AM Njein
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* ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'': [[spoiler:During TheReveal, Hans reveals his matured and calculated plot to marry Anna, kill Elsa and become king of Arendelle through ascension, verbally abusing her in the process by pointing out how easy she was to deceive compared to her sister. He knew that he would never be able to rule in his own kingdom, as he would be an old man by then, so he sought to rule somewhere else. And when Hans sees his reflection through a window, he sees it from the left panel, and sees only his own face. This indicates that he only cares about himself and not others, suggesting that he's also a {{Narcissist}} to some degree. Additionally, he also came to envision himself in a more grandiose light, saying he would not only [[TheUsurper assume the throne (after overthrowing Elsa)]], but also become "the hero who [saved] Arendelle from destruction".]]

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* ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'': [[spoiler:During TheReveal, Hans reveals his matured and calculated plot to marry Anna, kill Elsa and become king of Arendelle through ascension, verbally abusing her in the process by pointing out how easy she was to deceive compared to her sister. He knew that he would never be able to rule in his own kingdom, as he would be an old man by then, so he sought to rule somewhere else. And when Hans sees his reflection through a window, he sees it from the left panel, and sees only his own face. This indicates that he only cares about himself and not others, suggesting that he's also a {{Narcissist}} to some degree. Additionally, he also came to envision himself in a more grandiose light, saying he would not only [[TheUsurper assume the throne (after overthrowing Elsa)]], but also become "the "[[VillainWithGoodPublicity the hero who [saved] Arendelle from destruction".destruction]]".]]
20th Jul '17 9:55:52 AM Njein
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* ''Franchise/JamesBond'': This is the prime motivation of Ernst Stavro Blofeld, 007's biggest ArchEnemy, as they always revolve around his personal gain, something for which he is willing to destroy countless lives. Even in ''Film/{{Spectre}}'', where [[ItsPersonal it's escalated to a personal grudge against Bond]], his EvilPlan to coerce several of the world's major intelligence agencies into working for him involve some sort of monetary gain, so SPECTRE can counteract their plans without any sort of obstacle.

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* ''Franchise/JamesBond'': This is the prime motivation of Ernst Stavro Blofeld, 007's biggest ArchEnemy, ArchEnemy and the tyrannical head of SPECTRE, as they always revolve around his personal gain, something for which he is willing to destroy countless lives. Even in ''Film/{{Spectre}}'', where [[spoiler:where [[ItsPersonal it's escalated to a personal grudge against Bond]], his EvilPlan to coerce several of the world's major intelligence agencies into working for him involve some sort of monetary gain, so SPECTRE can counteract their plans without any sort of obstacle.obstacle involves some sort of monetary gain.]]
15th Jul '17 7:08:39 PM Njein
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* ''Disney/Frozen'': [[spoiler:During TheReveal, Hans reveals his matured and calculated plot to marry Anna, kill Elsa and become king of Arendelle through ascension, verbally abusing her in the process by pointing out how easy she was to deceive compared to her sister. He knew that he would never be able to rule in his own kingdom, as he would be an old man by then, so he sought to rule somewhere else. And when Hans sees his reflection through a window, he sees it from the left panel, and sees only his own face. This indicates that he only cares about himself and not others, suggesting that he's also a {{Narcissist}} to some degree. Additionally, he also came to envision himself in a more grandiose light, saying he would not only [[TheUsurper assume the throne (after overthrowing Elsa)]], but also become "the hero who [saved] Arendelle from destruction".]]

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* ''Disney/Frozen'': ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'': [[spoiler:During TheReveal, Hans reveals his matured and calculated plot to marry Anna, kill Elsa and become king of Arendelle through ascension, verbally abusing her in the process by pointing out how easy she was to deceive compared to her sister. He knew that he would never be able to rule in his own kingdom, as he would be an old man by then, so he sought to rule somewhere else. And when Hans sees his reflection through a window, he sees it from the left panel, and sees only his own face. This indicates that he only cares about himself and not others, suggesting that he's also a {{Narcissist}} to some degree. Additionally, he also came to envision himself in a more grandiose light, saying he would not only [[TheUsurper assume the throne (after overthrowing Elsa)]], but also become "the hero who [saved] Arendelle from destruction".]]
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