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15th Jun '16 11:26:43 AM Spaghetti7345
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*** Subverted by the fact that the film's BigBad (Sebastian Shaw) is a mutant, as are his followers, so humans don't hold a monopoly on being bastards here.



*** Subverted by the fact that the film's BigBad (Sebastian Shaw) is a mutant, as are his followers, so humans don't hold a monopoly on being bastards here.
15th Jun '16 11:25:40 AM Spaghetti7345
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** In ''Film/XMenApocalypse'', it's worth noting that the MisanthropeSupreme of the film is also the antagonist.


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** In the climax of the film [[spoiler: Mowgli accidentally starts a forest fire in his enraged pursuit of Shere Khan, but subverts this trope when he realizes his mistake and works with Elephants (after having saved one earlier in the film) to put out the fire.]]
13th Jun '16 2:17:25 PM ecuvulle6267
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* ''Manga/SgtFrog'':
** Well, at least, that's what the Angol clan considers humanity to be in the manga, sensing various evil thoughts throughout the world and even being able to count how many sins are happening on Earth in a specific moment. This would explain why the Angols seem nice, despite their destructive aims.
** Also in ''VideoGame/SoulCalibur 4'', which features Angol Fear, Angol Mois' cousin who'd go on to appear in the Keroro manga later. Her story suggests the Angol race thinks HumansAreBastards, and possibly the reason they want to destroy Earth is to save the rest of the Universe from that corruption expanding; Ultimately, [[spoiler: Angol Fear observes that there are many innocent humans, and leaves it up to Angol Mois to decide whether to destroy Earth or not.]]
10th Jun '16 6:12:22 AM Morgenthaler
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9th Jun '16 10:36:56 AM Morgenthaler
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9th Jun '16 10:31:59 AM Morgenthaler
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5th Jun '16 9:16:21 AM eedwardgrey3
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* [[https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=359100407578128 MAN: A Must-See Animation Short]] by Steve Cutts is basically the animated film of this trope. It starts with man figuring out he can smash a bug just for fun, then killing more than he could possibly eat without sharing, and goes all the way to industrialized factory farming and dumping toxic waste in the ocean, coupling this trope with a GreenAesop. [[spoiler:Then it veers off into SpaceWhaleAesop as a pair of aliens discover the man being king of the earth and decide to do to him what he did to the planet, flattening him into a welcome mat to toss on top of his garbage.]]

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* [[https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=359100407578128 youtube.com/watch?v=WfGMYdalClU MAN: A Must-See Animation Short]] by Steve Cutts is basically the animated film of this trope. It starts with man figuring out he can smash a bug just for fun, then killing more than he could possibly eat without sharing, and goes all the way to industrialized factory farming and dumping toxic waste in the ocean, coupling this trope with a GreenAesop. [[spoiler:Then it veers off into SpaceWhaleAesop as a pair of aliens discover the man being king of the earth and decide to do to him what he did to the planet, flattening him into a welcome mat to toss on top of his garbage.]]
5th Jun '16 8:01:51 AM Willbyr
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-->-- '''The Joker''', ''Film/{{The Dark Knight}}''

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* This is the point of the Universal Century Gundam series, where there are more selfish and cruel people in the world than kind, noble and selfless ones.

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* This is the point of the Universal Century Gundam Franchise/{{Gundam}} series, where there are more selfish and cruel people in the world than kind, noble and selfless ones.
5th Jun '16 12:53:33 AM Adept
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