When watching a movie, characters can often be broken down into different character categories. This includes the hero, villain, and supporting role. But when movies are truly analyzed, it’s not as simple as it seems. Many viewers love to break down movie plots, figure out stories, and discover some crazy things that no one never realized.
For example, The Beast may have been tortured for a bad decision, but there is a lot more that made him a monster – including a son he never acknowledges. In the movie “Grease”, we follow the epic love story of Danny and Sandy, but what if Sandy was dead the whole time and Danny was the one that murdered her?! In the Lion King, we all know how evil Scar is, but a deleted song from the film dives deeper into his disturbed methods and ideas. In, Mrs. Doubtfire, it’s all very funny when Robin Williams dresses as an old nanny, but her evil motives showcase the true monster behind the mask. Kevin from Home Alone used a lot of creativity to create the traps for Marv and Harry, but he may have taken his moral punishments one step too far. On the Rugrats, Angelica may be one of the only living babies, creating a crazy paradox with thoughtless parents. Wizard of Oz seems like a fairly simple story that involves good witches and bad witches, but there are some monstrous secrets that Glinda the Good Witch may be hiding. Wall-E is a great futuristic story about human civilization, but what is real story about the humans looking for another food source as they await their future on space stations?! Peter Pan loves his life on Neverland, but it may be a little too much and have led him to murders on multiple occasions. Doc in Back to the Future is not just a kooky scientist. He’s a criminal, terrorist, and attempted murderer!