Hey Nathaniel1996. I looked at Lotso-Huggin-Bear's History on his page and I think you were last to edit it and put him under Tragic Villain. Now I'm not arguing or anything, but allot of people find it hard to put him under that category since his excuse is, well, weak. He shouldn't have been mad at Daisy for replacing him since people don't see toys as living thngs. If anything, he should have been somewhat happy because the fact that she replaced ONLY him shows that she really did love him the most. Plus, he lied to Big Baby that she didn't love him anymore just so no one else could have her. Again, I'm not arguing, and you might even be right, but take those things into consideration and tell me if you still feel that way. If so, that's fine. But please let me know why. :)
He is one of my favorite Disney Villains. He symbolizes real people almost in the sense that he'll use charisma to get people to trust them only to lure them into his trap and stab them in the back. He's also a symbol for Nazis in many ways. I admire the take the creators of Toy Story did with him, I mean he's the darkest villain they've created. And the fact that no one knew he was because of the trailers and the posters make it all the more effective. And Ned Beatty perfectly captures sweetness and malice both at the same time.
Here's another question if Lotso always likes to pretend to be nice then why can't he just stay nice so then he can forget about his horrible past instead of tricking toys into believing that he's good but he's actually a sadistic bully?
He's manipulating other toys into going into the Caterpillar Room where younger children wil play with them in most brutal and horrendous of ways, so he can stay in the butterfly room with the more tame children.
He manipulated them into thinking they were nothing more than trash meant to be thrown away. He's very hypocritical seeing as to how he believes even he himself is trash yet he wants to stay in the Butterfly room where he is played with properly.
Oh yes very! He managed to sound sweet and charming yet still capture the menace of the character in spite of his lovable voice. I could tell he really put allot of passion into it, and that he wasn't just reading lines.
Here are 3 reasons why Talia is the true mastermind, 1. She invited Bane to join the League of Shadows, 2. The dramatic cue music that ended with Ra's al Ghul and Joker's defeats ended with Talia being stopped, not with Bane being shot and 3. It's just like how Ra's al Ghul sends a decoy, while pretending to be Henri Ducard, Talia had Bane as her accomplice, while she pretended to be Miranda Tate, are you sure you haven't watched The Dark Knight Rises, or are you believing what happened before the movie premiered 2 years ago? I saw what happened, I didn't spoil or reveal anything
I know that but what do I press before I press the publish button to make those sections like for example just after I press the edit button what is the very next button I press to make those sections before I publish them?
No I mean like the sections about the characters like for example the Gargamel villains wiki site and right underneath the character it says Full Name: Gargamel
Origin: The Smurfs
Hobby: Practicing Magic
Goals: Capture The Smurfs
Type Of Villain: Wizard / Archenemy etc.
How do I do that?