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    Default I'm wondering....

    1. Pirates are thieves, why many people like them? (Actually I like them too)
    2. Why people like some bad guys in movies?

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    Because they make the bad guys look way more badass than the good guys.

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    Because normal people can't be bad guys
    Humans are attracted to things that are forbidden.
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    In some movies, bad Guys are always the ones who look cool...
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    Because Yoda looks so small and not that cool while Kylo Ren looks awesome and flipping cool.
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    Because preferences.
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    Sometimes it's because the villain is the better developed (or perhaps the ONLY developed) or layered character in the work. Complex, well-crafted characters are compelling in films and fiction. Readers / viewers want to figure out their motivations, backstory, etc. If the character is really good, such as Darth Vader for example, they step off the page / out of the frame and have a life of their own
    independent of their storyline. They can even overshadow the hero simply because they're so interesting.

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