Did he actually do anything wrong? A little eccentric and persistent maybe but not a villian.
For God sakes the man took on a giant monsters by himself. Pretty heroic if you ask me.
I haven't seen it in 13 years going off memory here
Not really until the end when he realized that Belle had fallen for the Beast and it drove him insane with jealousy.
Also, eccentric isn't the right term. More like chauvinistic. Definitely a negative character trait, but not really evil.
From his perspective I think he was acting rationally (in the beginning). Like he actually stayed an fought for belle. Brutal how he went out.
Interesting. Make sense except wasn't his initial rescue of belle an actual desire to help her. Then it's only after he saw she didn't want to go is when he was bad.
>whole town disgusted with Belle
>sing mocking songs about her behind her back
>all the hot bitches throw pussy at Gaston
>has none of it, only has eyes for that weirdo Belle, seeing past her eccentricities
>Belle continually rebuffs him, but he keeps trying
>Belle gets kidnapped by an evil monster in an enchanted castle
>rides out to defeat the monster and save Belle
>gets there and she's already ready for the monster's BMC
>"no gaston, we speciesmix now"
Is there a bigger cuck than Gaston?
>Pretty heroic if you ask me.
That's the point, retard. Everyone in town was rooting for him. The reason he's evil is that the Beast- wasn't. He basically tried to kill an innocent person even after finding out that Belle loved the Beast.
To be honest, gaston behaves exactly as a man of his time should. An uneducated man from the 18th century is obviously not going to start preaching about 20th century feminist theory. He wanted to marry Belle, despite there being other more conventional women available to him and was utterly non plussed when she turned him down, mainly because in real life Gaston was the best husband a peasant girl was likely to get.
Trying to kill the beast is completely understandable - he's a frightening monster who kidnaps people. From Gaston's perspective he behaves entirely correctly.
In one line, he sings that he eats 4 dozen eggs a day.
On average, for every three chickens you own, you'll get 2 eggs a day.
Gaston owns at least 72 chickens to support his protein intake.
The Beast, who was a prince before getting turned into a monster, was a red-headed blue-eyed white man, so your weird cuck projection makes zero sense
If anything Beauty and the Beast, while one of the best Disney renaissance films, should be recognized as the blatant bluepilll propaganda that it is. The original French story is about a spoiled manchild who is literally turned into a neckbearded monster and yet ends up with the princess anyway because he learns to be nice. Meanwhile Gaston, the alpha male, is made out to be the villain.
Single mothers coach their male children to be the opposite of the man who knocked her up, I.E. a beta nice guy. Thus Beauty and the Beast is a female fantasy in the form of a Disney movie, as most Disney movies are.