Kim Possible (2019)

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Kim Possible (2019)
The cartoon would get sick at the sight of this version.
Gender: Female
Type: Mary Sue
Species: Human
Portrayed by: Sadie Stanley
Status: Alive
Media of Origin: Kim Possible (2019)

Kimberly "Kim" Ann Possible is the titular main protagonist of the 2019 live-action adaptation Kim Possible, based on the animated series of the same name. However, she was flanderized in the 2019 live-action film.

Why She Sucks

  1. She is flanderized from a badass spy, as well as a caring and loving friend, to an attention-seeking Mary Sue who gets jealous and holds a petty grudge at Athena for being more popular at school and a being better spy, which goes against her character in the show.
    • On that topic, she cares more about validation than actually saving the world.
  2. She does so many unnecessary flips and backflips. Did she really need to do a backflip just to pick up paper off the ground?
  3. Her sports profession was changed from cheerleading to soccer, which doesn’t make sense considering how many backflips she does, and that cheerleading is what gave Kim her acrobatic abilities.
  4. She breaks the fourth wall (which alone is out of place for a show like Kim Possible) and criticizes her iconic crop top and cargo pants outfit from the animated series while saying it’s too cartoony.
  5. She seems to overuse the grappling gun, unlike the show where she would at least use a variety of gadgets.
  6. Sadie Stanley did a poor job at playing her, as she does not feel like Kim Possible, she feels more like a random girl who happens to have red hair and calls herself "Kim Possible."
  7. She cries more than once in the movie, which can get really annoying after a while.

The Only Redeeming Quality

  1. She does still save the world, despite caring more about validation as mentioned earlier.


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