Who knows right? Jane could have been the sweetest girl before the change. Unlikely though....
I like Felix and Demetri so definitely more about them.
Yeah, sweet and Jane don't mix well!!! :)
I love villains that you love to hate. If you have ever watched the TV show Once Upon a Time than you will understand.
No, I have never watched that. Is it American???
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It is made by ABC/Disney. Great show. Imagine if Twilight came out as a TV series instead of movies. We could have had soooooo much Twilight again and again!
I am perplexed by mixed villains--although I get that we all are good and not-so-good, combined. A good example is the character Captain Renard on 'Grimm'. The actor that plays Nick's (the Grimm's) boss, Captain Renard-the Police Chief, has both worked with Nick and against him. In a recent episode Captain Renard spoke of Nick as 'his Grimm' to his would-be followers, exposing that he feels he has Nick in his court. Renard hopes this will enhance his power--after arranging for his own half-brother's death. (On his behalf, the brother had been trying from a distance to dispose of both Nick and Captain Renard.) I love that Nick is purely good and that the 'wesen' he's born to control are realizing Nick's a live-and-let-live guy--unless, of course, they are into hurting or killing other wesen and/or humans.
I heard Grimm was good. Now I guess I will have to watch it!
It has some basis in Grimm Fairy Tales but also uses fairy tale figures from all over the world and some fictitious ones as well. I just like that there is several characters in it that are all about peace and live-and-let-live, yet in the most recent episode Nick (the Grimm's) girlfriend allows her protective instincts out with some hilarious results. It shares the feature with Once Upon A Time that fairy tale figures may be ongoing forces of nature.