Kim Possible (2019)
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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
- 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.
- She does so many unnecessary flips and backflips. Did she really need to do a backflip just to pick up paper off the ground?
- 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.
- 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.
- She seems to overuse the grappling gun, unlike the show where she would at least use a variety of gadgets.
- 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."
- She cries more than once in the movie, which can get really annoying after a while.
The Only Redeeming Quality
- She does still save the world, despite caring more about validation as mentioned earlier.