History YMMV / Hannibal

29th Jan '16 2:38:23 PM ThatStalkerChick
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: The final post-credits scene of Season 3 where [[spoiler:Bedelia eats her own leg.]] It's the one part of the episode that hints at there being more of the show to come, and is reduced to this when it didn't happen.
13th Jan '16 12:44:30 PM Cuchulainn
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** A lot of the soundtrack, especially if you're a fan of early Music/PinkFloyd.
12th Jan '16 7:57:33 PM sayaleviathan
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** While the viewers enjoyed the dynamics between Hannibal and Will in the first two seasons, Season 3 divided the base when it's confirmed that Hannibal and Will are in love with each other. Some people are cool with it since it mirrors Hannibal and Clarice Starling's relationship. Others find it as [[PanderingToTheBase pandering to slash shippers]] and some of them prefer the Hannibal/Clarice ship from the movies instead. As expected, it leads to ShipToShipCombat.
5th Jan '16 4:58:54 PM KingClark
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* AdaptationDistillation: A bit of an odd one, as Ridley Scott's ''Hannibal'' film is largely considered mediocre and forgettable, but some fans argue even that is quite an accomplishment considering how terrible the book is. That said, there are some people who like the book better.

* BrokenBase: One half of the fans argue that the movie is a large improvement of the book, but the other half likes the book but loathes the movie. ** There's also a large segment which despises the book ''and'' the movie for turning Lecter into an AntiHero of sorts, how Clarice's character is handled (her romance with Lecter in the novel, aspects of that remaining in the film, recasting Foster with Moore, etc.) and an overall sense of try-hard {{Narm}} that can be seen throughout it
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* BrokenBase: One half of the fans argue that the movie is a large improvement of the book, but the other half likes the book but loathes the movie. ** movie. There's also a large segment which despises the book ''and'' the movie for turning Lecter into an AntiHero of sorts, how Clarice's character is handled (her romance with Lecter in the novel, aspects of that remaining in the film, recasting Foster with Moore, etc.) and an overall sense of try-hard {{Narm}} that can be seen throughout itit.
30th Dec '15 7:21:36 PM BadSplice
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** When Jack & Alana discover Hannibal [[spoiler:[[BadassInDistress being held hostage by Matthew Brown,]]]] The disturbing imagery is undercut by Mads Mikkelsen's squawky delivery of "He's got a gun! Jack!".
26th Dec '15 10:15:28 AM Editing1124
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: In the Season 2 finale, Abigail Hobbs is revealed to still be alive...and then Hannibal slits her throat just minutes later. Season 3 then teases us with her survival, only to reveal she ''did'' die and her appearances in the second episode were just Will's imagination. Basically, for all the impact she had on the plot after the reveal that Hannibal had kept her alive and captive for months, she might as well have just been actually killed the first time.
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: In [[spoiler:In the Season 2 finale, Abigail Hobbs is revealed to still be alive...and then Hannibal slits her throat just minutes later. Season 3 then teases us with her survival, only to reveal she ''did'' die and her appearances in the second episode were just Will's imagination. Basically, for all the impact she had on the plot after the reveal that Hannibal had kept her alive and captive for months, she might as well have just been actually killed the first time.]]
23rd Dec '15 6:02:01 PM dbr
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* BaseBreaker: Abigail Hobbs, Freddie Lounds and Jack Crawford have their share of fans and people who just can't stand them.
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* BaseBreaker: Abigail Hobbs, Freddie Lounds and Jack Crawford have their share of fans and people who just can't stand them.

* TheScrappy: As mentioned above, Alana was the least popular member of the cast for most of Season 2.
13th Nov '15 1:20:14 PM Repo
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** There's also a large segment which despises the book ''and'' the movie for turning Lecter into an AntiHero of sorts, how Clarice's character is handled (her romance with Lecter in the novel, aspects of that remaining in the film, recasting Foster with Moore, etc.) and an overall sense of try-hard {{Narm}} that can be seen throughout it
16th Oct '15 9:22:00 PM DrOO7
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* HarsherInHindsight: When the Italian detective is scrolling through the FBI website, looking for information on Lecter, one of the pictures he passes by is that of Osama bin Laden. The movie was released in February 2001, 7 months before the 9/11 attacks.
13th Sep '15 10:27:19 AM TwilightChronicles
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** Season 3 also addressed the other major criticism from the previous season, NBC's almost comical skittishness regarding Margot Verger's homosexuality, by portraying her in a realistically physically affectionate relationship with another woman, including a sex scene.
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