Hi, is Drake a villain or not? Fanycharmed says that yes but I'm not sure. Phoenix Group definitely are a villains since They are hired killers. Weaver and Lucas are a villains but Drake is just under Mira and he allowed the teens in his rhino.
Fanycharmed says it was only because he recognized Skye and he would shot at them before but it is like he was just terrified about his own life than evil person. He is mostly Neutral person on bad side, so he can be marked as "Neutral Evil". But I'm not sure if he is a villain.
In one Titanic movie I remember one officer even shooting and killing a third class passenger and then himself as he felt sickened by what he had done.
Yeah but that was out of nervoss in the last moments than intentional killing. Murdoch wanted to prevent than man from jumping to women and he accidentally shot Tommy who was pushed forward. After realizing what he did, he saluter Chief Officer Wilde and shot himself.
If someone in disaster wish some people drown because of race, they are not a villain?
A steward, not an officer. Racism toward the Italians was common back in 1912. Well is he a racist?
In the water filled corridor, as Paolo Sandrini is searching for his brother, Turnbull tries to leave the corridors. Paolo stops him, asking: "Hey! Do you know where they put the Italians? The ones they locked up?", Turnbull asks: "Why? Are you anxious to join them?" and tries to get away. Paolo pins him to a wall, asking: "Where are they? Where are they?", Turnbull answers: "Round that corner, last door at the end." As Paolo rushes to save them, Turnbull shouts at him: "But you won't get them out! The door's locked and it'll stay locked until it hits the ocean bed!" Turnbull then leaves the corridors.
From what I remember is that Titanic as it was going down they basically kept the lower classes locked inside their decks and thereby making sure to drown many so yeah I'd say definite bad guy or at the very least a flunky doing his job.
He is not man doing his job (unlike ones in 1997 Film) since he appears to execute action for wrong reasons. He snarled at Steward Hart They have orders to keep the Steerage below decks but he was also ordered to let italians out but he left them locked up and he is racist towards them.
About Holden's "Ching chong this and ching chong that" actually chinese americans even if they could speak english they were usually too afraid to speak with the police for fear of shadier elements within their own group.
Like French speakers today would have serious attitude problems when spoken to by a english speaker.
In those days the police was still basically part of the Irish Mafia along with the fire department and it was run under the law to a point...
Murdoch portrayes most likely that modern breed of police that actually believes in law and order.
Thank you! I'm so glad that Lee Rumohr confirmed to me that Holder was not corrupt. I also think that Davis originally wasn't bad in 3x02. Usually the characters that are later brought again are bit different in their first episode.