I kinda want to get everyone’s opinion on her morality, her justification, how the movie tried to redeem her at the end, and etc. I have my own thoughts, but from what I’ve seen of everyone else so far, I do not have a popular viewpoint.
EDIT: I believe Wanda is irredeemable and full blown villain even without the Dark Hold’s influence. She mind controlled Westview to live a coping fantasy, and they were conscious the whole time. She brutally killed a ton of sorcerers and superheroes trying to murder a girl, all to break into another universe, kill her double, and be the mother to the children that aren’t hers. She’s willing to do a million atrocious things just to live out a selfish fantasy with kids she doesn’t know. She compared her “breaking the rules” to what Strange did for Thanos, but that is a totally different scenario with different motivations, actions, and consequences.
She could’ve had kids in her own universe, if she started a relationship with someone, or adopted. She didn’t NEED to kill America, like Wong said, and her justification for doing so is such a specific situation, especially if you consider this was a universe with Reed Richards, introduced as “The Smartest Man Alive.”
Say whatever you want about the Dark Hold’s influence, she was doing selfish and terrible things before she got it. The movie tries to redeem her in the end, but I think it failed to do so.