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The example was obviously written by a Yamcha fan who hates Bulma and the Bulma/Vegeta ship. Please rewrite it in a more neutral fashion.
Which part exactly is problematic?
The Frozen entry has been deleted by making the argument of not being actually this trope since Hans turning out to be a villain is not the main purpose for bringing the Official Couple together per-se.
This argument can be debatable as we can only speculate what could have happened if Hans didn't turn out to be a bad guy; Anna had every intention to marry Hans and was convinced of being in love with him, granted, it's a possibility that there could be some conflict with her because of her growing feelings for Kristoff, which ultimately could result into deciding that Hans is not the person she loves. (Similarly to The Notebook) But the fact is we will never know for sure.
I acknowledge that the creators wanted to deconstruct the Love at First Sight trope so prevalent in other Disney movies, however, I am arguing the actual execution of it, the way it was done, and the end result of Anna pairing with Kristoff, really fits the page description of this trope in my opinion:
This is an argument about whether or not the trope applies. Please could anyone that knows the work better than I do determine whether this should be rewritten or scrubbed from the page?
The Naruto example reeks of Ship-to-Ship Combat and it's really embarrassing. Placing it here until it can be re-written in a less biased manner.
Honestly I think any mention of Naruto should just be removed entirely from this page, as nothing in The Last involves this trope at all. This trope is meant to describe love interests being derailed into Jerkasses, none of which happened in the movie unless you use some hardcore Alternate Character Interpretation, which in itself is a YMMV trope. I wouldn't even make a neutral statement either, just leave it out.
What happened to all the examples below Live Action TV? Was there a cleanup?
Nope; The Jinny probably had a connection error of some kind, which lead to half that folder and all the ones below it being deleted. I've restored the rest of the page (Andyzero already got the Live-Action TV folder).
Oh, okay, thanks.
It's even worse when writers don't use this trope though. The French film "Heartbreaker" just has Alice marry Bob despite C still being absolutely perfect and having done no wrong. It feel like you're rooting for the wrong side
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