History ItsAllAboutMe / Film

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".]]
15th Jul '17 7:08:17 PM 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.

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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.
15th Jul '17 6:06:07 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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* ''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.
31st Mar '17 5:03:56 PM WillBGood
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-->'''Magneto''' (sighs): Once again, you think it's all about ''you''.

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-->'''Magneto''' (sighs): ''(sighs)'': Once again, you think it's all about ''you''.



--> '''Magneto:''' ''You''? My dear boy, whoever said anything about wanting you? *glance towards [[spoiler:Rogue]], cue OhCrap expression from [[spoiler:her]] and Wolverine*

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--> '''Magneto:''' ''You''? My dear boy, whoever said anything about wanting you? *glance ''(glance towards [[spoiler:Rogue]], cue OhCrap expression from [[spoiler:her]] and Wolverine*Wolverine)''
23rd Feb '17 2:10:48 PM LongTallShorty64
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* Basil Underwood in ''Film/ItsLoveImAfter''. It doesn't help that he's a [[LargeHam hammy]] Shakespearean actor.
8th Feb '17 4:49:28 PM creader
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* In ''Anime/SpiritedAway'', after Chihiro has pried a job out of Yubaba, over relentless and vicious attempts to intimidate her out of asking, Yubaba laments her promise to employ anyone who asked for a job: it makes her have to be so nice all the time, and she really hates that.



28th Aug '16 12:28:53 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* ''WesternAnimation/InsideOut'': Joy always wants Riley to be happy, so essentially she always wants Riley to focus on her. The conflict of the film is kicked off when Sadness creates a new core memory, which Joy is so opposed to that she yanks it out before it can take and tries to send it to the Memory Dump, thus leading to the rest being knocked loose and being sucked through the tube. Also, if you look closely, all the core memories have been created by her.

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* ''WesternAnimation/InsideOut'': Joy is a WellIntentionedExtremist version. She always wants Riley to be happy, so essentially she always wants Riley to focus on her. The She's the one behind all of Riley's core memories, and the conflict of the film is kicked off when Sadness ''Sadness'' creates a new core memory, which Joy is so opposed to that she yanks it out before it can take and tries to send it to the Memory Dump, thus leading to the rest being knocked loose and being sucked through the tube. Also, if you look closely, all the core memories have been created by her.tube, with her and Sadness following when she tries to save them.
31st Jul '16 7:53:02 AM SirSapphire
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** Which is ironic, considering Magneto's ego and inability to believe that Mutants could possibly survive without him is something of a running theme through the first three movies
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