Millie Bobby Brown and Sadie Sink Are “Bloody Bada**es”, Proves a Parallel From ‘Stranger Things’ and ‘Fear Street’

Millie Bobby Brown and Sadie Sink Are “Bloody Bada**es”, Proves a Parallel From ‘Stranger Things’ and ‘Fear Street’

The sensation of thriller movies and/or shows is exciting the viewers more and more. Obviously, we are excited to see Millie Bobby Brown in only a day in Stranger Things Season 4, Volume 1. Till it releases, let me tell you this: apparently, there is another interesting movie on Netflix that caught the attention of the viewers. Do you know which movie and why?

Millie Bobby Brown v/s Sadie Sink

Well, Millie is the star of a powerful Sci-fi thriller drama show. Her character in the show has gone through so much, which has made her stronger, sensible, and influential in every sense. There is an equally strong, sensible, and influential character in The Fear Street Trilogy named Christine ‘Ziggy’ Berman. Sadie Sink played this main role and appears in the second and third installments of the series, Fear Street Part Two: 1978 and Fear Street Part Three: 1666.

Both the characters have worked in Stranger Things and have their own strengths and importance in the show. But the scene from Stranger Things where El is shown struggling and getting up intensely reminds us of Ziggy, who in the movie is also struggling and comes back stronger.

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Indeed, Millie Bobby Brown and Sadie Sink have more in common than it seems. They both are “Bloody Bada**ES” as they don’t tolerate crap from anyone and stand firmly for themselves.

Proofs that Stranger Things and Fear Street have more in common than Sadie Sink

Although is it true that in the 2nd and 3rd parts of Fear Street, we see Sadie Sink as Ziggy, who has gone through so many troubles which ultimately strengthens her. In the same way, El has gone through so much that ultimately makes her fight for herself as well as against the evils. 

Both the movie and the show have romance, thriller, and supernatural elements in common. Both these stories show children and/or teenagers fighting against the evils of the past. These stories show the hardships of teenagers and how they manage their emotional traumas!

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However, we are yet to see the end of the Stranger Things. What do you think about the conclusion of Fear Street? Have you watched this trilogy? What are your observations about the similarities between these two characters and the stories as well? Let us know in the comment.

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