In a movie, hero vs villain, hero always win
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I shall begin with my argument. In most movies the heroes or the good side always win, and are shown far above the limits of a normal character, while in few movies has the villain been the one struggling and then claiming the victory.
I would like con to tell me if I am wrong, but in almost every movie the good side win, so the heroes are shown much more powerful then meant to be.
2. You didn't mention any movie title and the BoP is on you.
And I can mention many movie titles in which the good side win. You surely watch movies don't you?
As for showing heroes above their actual powers, I refer to the element of heroism. It always seems to push the hero to the absolute limits, and even above while the villain just remains normal and doesn't have his override mode.
all Saw movies, Brazil, Rosemary"s Baby
No Country for Old Men, The Silence of the Lambs, The Vanishing,The Usual Suspects etc.
2.BoP means Burden of Proof. Which you did not show for you only stated most movies, with no specific title.
3. You claim you can name some yet you did not and now can not.
Vote for me.
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Vote Placed by tejretics 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: As Con pointed out, Pro virtually conceded in Round 1. " Only few movies let the bad side win." - this IS a concession, as Pro has admitted the point to Con. BoP was on Pro, but Pro didn't *demonstrate* that protagonists always "win", whereas Con did. Con wins even under a shared BoP.
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