Getting back to the djjin, he kills people in truly horrible ways, in fact, the last two films show him skinning people alive. In the oppening of the first film, when an emperor wishes to be shown great sights, the Djin has people tortured and mutilated in front of the emperor, which is how he chose to interpret the wish. Another example would be when he crucifies a priest in the third film. He kills one man by turning his intestines into a monster and explode out of his stomach. He wants to unleash an army of other evil genies to take over the world, and after death, he sends his victims to a dimension for eternal torture, and, acording to the second fillm, he needs to do this to one thousand mortals. While he does want to unleash the other evil genies, he does not seem to actualy care for them, as he states in the last film that he plans to rule over the others, we know this because he tells the woman that he falls in love with, that if she accepts, she will be his second in command, meaning he plans to rule over the other genies. He traps one woman in a painting for all eternity, and turns another into a sentant but imobile statue for all eternity. While he does fall in love in the last film, he does tell the girl that if she does not love him back, he will have her sent to hell for eternal torture. I think he actualy tries to kill her at the end, though I could be wrong. Assuming I remember correctly, can a character still qualify after having fallen in love if they try to kill the persion they fell in love with later on?
edited 2nd Apr '13 2:38:13 PM by bobg