Thanos could be a deadly monster, but according to Marvel fans it is not a sociopath. Netflix is ​​premiered Avengers: The War of Infinity on their streaming service in December. The film was the most powerful movie in the world in 2018, so millions of subscribers were excited when the movie joined the Netflix catalog. At first hundreds of users complained that they could not find a movie. That was just the first damage Netflix had to correct. Soon after the big giant repaired this problem, fans began to express their dissatisfaction with the film's synopsis. At that time it was said, "Superheroes gather to stop the Thalassophobic sociopath from acquiring an integral set of stones of infinity and wiping half the space life."

Fans complained that Thanos called sociopath. Sociopath is someone who has no conscience and puts his own desires for the good of others. Sociopaths are considered selfish, cruel and incapable of creating profound emotional ties. Thanos's story in the film proves the opposite. Its mission to eradicate half of life is based on the distorted version of love. Thanos thinks he is saving life, so his motives are not based on a selfish act. His relationship with Gamor and the pain he showed after killing her to get Soul Stone, also proves that she is able to create a deep emotional connection. Netflix has recently changed the synopsis of the movie, though not all users can see the update. The description now reads: "Invader, Annihilator, So-called Savior, As Thanos approaches Almighty, the fate of the universe rests on the Avengers."

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