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What makes us root for the bad guy?

Members of the 501st Legion Spanish Garrison dress up as "Darth Vader" (C) and "Stormtroopers" from the movie "Star Wars" during a solidarity parade to spread the message of bone marrow donation and the fight against cancer, organized by the Luis Olivares Foundation in downtown Malaga, southern Spain, October 24, 2015. REUTERS/Jon Nazca - RTX1T2GS

“Villains aren’t just immoral. They’re good at being bad” Image: REUTERS/Jon Nazca

Bert Gambini
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