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King Candy Character Analysis

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Labels Are For Binders, Not Humans Bad guys can be good and good guys can be bad as well. Stereotypes are not always true. Stereotypes are basically judging people without getting to know them, just because of their religion, colour etc. Never trust anyone because you don’t know who is being real and who is being fake with you. Humans judge too quickly, they do not even take the time to get to know someone. Usually media shows stereotypical kings as nice, a good leader and caring. In the movie Wreck-It Ralph, these theories are challenged when Wreck-It-Ralph (the bad guy) is actually a good guy who saves Vanellope von Schweetz from King Candy and reveals who, King Candy really is. King Candy does not care about anyone, but himself. The character, King Candy’s attitude is the opposite of a typical king because he is a greedy villain, a cruel liar and an evil monster. King Candy is a greedy villain, who wants to take over other games and be the best of them all. King Candy is actually Turbo, who is disguised as a king, so he can be the leader and always be the winner…show more content…
King Candy did not want Vanellope, who is known as a glitch to race in the races. Turbo (King Candy) took Vanellope’s piece out of the game, so nobody remembers who she really is not even her. From then on she became a glitch. (Wreck-It Ralph) Usually a typical king would do what is best for the people he is the leader for. King Candy did not want Vanellope to race because he knew she would return to normal and everyone will remember who she is. He knew she would be the best racer and the leader of Sugar Candy, if she passed the finish line. King Candy contradicts the stereotype of a typical king because he does not want people to find out who he really is, he is Turbo. He was pretending like a good guy but really he was a devil. Even in the end, Turbo (King Candy) turned into a cy-bug, but he still did not let Ralph free
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