Certainly somebody (with a bot?) should go through all the recent edits of Mattmatt418 where he has made pages look like Bee Movie is an Aardman Animations movie (IIRC it was released just after Aardman's distribution agreement with DreamWorks ended). Why Mattmatt418 hasn't been banned, after all the fanon/vandal edits he has done (and total lack of any constructive edits), is beyond me.
I have already explained why Rita qualifies as an antagonist. She opposed the main protagonist of Flushed Away, which is Roddy, which is what antagonists do according to the defintion. But she later reforms.
By their very nature, open wikis such as Wikipedia cannot be valid sources. Remember the "Ronnie Hazlehurst co-composed Reach" hoax? Several published obituaries included that false information because the journalists just went to his Wikipedia page (which had been vandalised a few days before) instead of doing their own research.
According to the defenition of antagonist, an antagonist is a character or a person who opposes the protagonist.
So, Rita would qualify as an antagonist because she opposes Roddy, the protagonist of Flushed Away. And yes, Rita is the deuteragonist of the film, but she was an antagonist at first, but then she reformed.
I think you might be confused with the term villain.
A villain and an antagonist are both similar, but they are not the same thing.
A villain is a character or a person who does evil things while an antagonist is a character or a person who opposes the protagonists.
Do you understand the defenition of an antagonist?
Since an antagonist opposes the protagonist and is a threat to the protagonists, Rita would be an antagonist because she opposes the main protagonist of Flushed Away, which is Roddy. Go look up the word antagonist for the defention.
It's covered in my Infobox overhaul blog. What's happening is that in many cases, people are spending more time filling out the Infobox than they do writing about the character. So we wind up with things like three dozen ways to describe their personality and there's nothing on the rest of the page that proves those are correct. Marty the zebra is "funny", "fun-loving" and "humorous" but you'd never know it. Or in the case of Whitey the rat, an Infobox that's four times longer than the measley four sentences on the page.
It's a lot like if you were to meet someone and you started describing yourself, but they cut you off and say, "Just tell me about yourself but only use one or two words apiece." So then you have to say "like sports", "baseball", "football", "bicycling", "volunteer medic", "PTA member" and so on. That's not a good way to get to know someone.
The details in the Infobox are still there on the individual pages but they're just not being shown. My original intent was that we move what's not being shown over to the main part of the page. Since there's about 600 character pages, it's going to take a while. I'm debating whether it's better to just get rid of the hidden info and put in the appropriate section headers onto the page, so that people have to start over and do it better this time. If we did that, we'd clean up the categories at the same time. Those have the same problem: people spend more time clicking on "Add category" than they do writing about the character.
Whoaaa... so that's very nice that you're truying to do better by blocking templates but you'll unblock them or what? I mean there are users that are deleting pictures on pages and the template is the final hope on article
I did? It was probably a mistake. I was trying to revert the edit that changed his gender from male to female, not the other way around. There's a problem with the rollback script I use where it always reverts the latest edit even if the latest revision isn't the one that's on the screen. So I used the rollback script, intending to revert the bad edit, but I accidentally ended up reverting your revert instead. Once again, sorry for the confusion.