Marvel has a villain problem. Thor: Ragnarok is a textbook example. – Vox


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Posted on Nov 8 2017 - 10:20am by Zennie Abraham


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A common criticism that follows Marvel Studios is that their movies each have essentially the same plot: reluctant hero finds themselves/their team in possession of a super power or weapon, but then villain finds said power or weapon, and the hero(es
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