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warriorcat36 warriorcat36 16-17, F 17 Answers Jul 17, 2013 in Movies & TV

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The Joker & Scarecrow in The Dark Knight, Loki in The Avengers, Jigsaw in the Saw Frandchise, Lex Luthor in Superman, Chigurh in No Country for Old Men.<br />
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Just off the top of my head some villains that didn't die...

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I LOVE Loki!

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Lex Luthor shall never die!

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Key word: "Franchise".

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Right? The fact remains not all villains die.

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In kids movies, they don't always die, karma just ends up catching up with them. Jason, Michael Myers and Freddy kept coming back!

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Oh, and back in the day, I think it was required sort of. I saw a documentary (wish I could remember the name) about horror movies and how it was sort of required, back in the day, that they defeat the monster.

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Because the villain is the incarnation of the central conflict of the story. When the conflict is resolved, the villain doesn't have a purpose any more; killing him off just gets rid of any awkward questions like "what happens when he gets out of prison" or "what if his redemption is short-lived and he falls back into his evil ways".<br />
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That said, there are plenty of stories where the villain doesn't die. Sometimes they even win.

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they don't really die they just go somewhere else

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some do

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But they don't?

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So They Should Bang !

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they don't always die, Shawshank Redemption the prison warden got caught.

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this is an example of a conspiracy theory. those urban legends of people saying the media controls the masses. the media portrays it as so, so it becomes collective belief.

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No Country for Old Men . . . The villain lives and triumphs.

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cause society doesnt like villains, but i do :)

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freddy n jason dont. they keep coming back :)

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They don't.

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