For Marvel fans, there was no better way to wake up on Christmas morning than seeing Avengers: Infinity War available on Netflix. After opening up gifts with their family, the game plan for diehard Marvel adherents was to sit back and watch the acclaimed movie, free of charge.


And while there was a bit of an issue with the movie's availability in foreign countries, Netflix quickly fixed the problem. However, some fans were still upset with the streaming service due to Netflix's description of the film.


The original description read: "Superheroes amass to stop intergalactic sociopath Thanos from acquiring a full set of Infinity Stones and wiping out half of all life in the universe."


Fans took issue with the "sociopath" label, because they believe Thanos' character is too complicated for that type of generalization.


To prevent any further controversy, Netflix changed the description, which now reads: "Invader. Annihilator. So-called savior. As Thanos moves ever close to omnipotence, the fate of the universe rests with the Avengers."


While the new description may be more accurate, some fans believe Netflix should have kept the label and not succumb to the pressure to change it.


Infinity War's directors, the Russo Brothers, have described Thanos as a "noble, holy warrior." However, some fans believe "intergalactic sociopath" perfectly defines the character.


Ultimately, it was a lose-lose situation for Netflix. Hopefully, fans can just enjoy re-watching the movie and not worry too much about a character who essentially committed a genocide being labeled a sociopath.