Hey guys, Creeper50 back, again.

What are we doing today?

Well, today, we are going to talk about why I'm losing trust in action movies. Why am I doing such a thing?

The villians.

I've watched both movies in the Avengers show. The character development was well-thought out, except for that of the villian. (In the first movie, it was Loki. In the second, a robot named Ultron.) Both villians came off as lazily thought-out, as they had weak motives, reminding me a wee bit of Jeff The Killer. More recently, I watched Star Wars: The Force Awakens on Christmas Eve. I think it was OK, but it was nowhere near the originals. One reason for this was the villian. In the originals, Darth Vader was an interesting villian with an understandable motive to go from good to evil. In the new movie, we hardly understand why Han's son went from good to bad. Perhaps a bit more exposition would have made us at least understand him a bit better.

In summary, I'm losing trust in action movies because their bad guys are getting weaker and weaker. I respect your opinon, because I otherwise would not have posted this, but I'd like to bring this up so we can think about it when we're not writing or reading scary stories of evil monsters.

So yeah, please discuss your thoughts in the comments, and bye.

Creeper50 (talk) 22:07, January 21, 2016 (UTC)Creeper50