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VILLAINS DRAFT: ROGUES GALLERY (THE LISTS)
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As always, we favor the neat and tidy.

Have at.
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PROTAGONIST VILLAINS

Criteria:                                                                                                                            Satisfied by:
1. A horror villain                                                                                                               3
2. An animated villain                                                                                                         1
3. A female villain                                                                                                               4,6
4. A male villain                                                                                                                 1,2,3,5,7,8,9,10
4. A villain from TV                                                                                                             4,8
6. A villain from the movies                                                                                                 1,2,3,5,6,7,9,10
7. A superhero/comic book villain                                                                                         1
8. A villain from the classic age of cinema (before 1970s)                                                       3
9. A villain from 1970s to the present                                                                                   1,2,4,5,6,7,8,9,10
10. A villain who you feel doesn't get their due OR someone who "had a point" (be creative!)    1,10


Villains Selected:
1. Thanos
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2. Michael Corleone
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3. Norman Bates
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4. Elisabeth Jennings
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5. Alonzo Harris
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6. Joan Crawford
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7. Tony Montana
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8. J.R. Ewing
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9. Salieri
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10. Graham Marshall
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Bonus!
11. Alex DeLarge
12. The Coyote (ineffectual villain for the Roadrunner)
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#3
Gruber and The Gals!  (Villain Draft)

1.  Hans Gruber - The Movie Villain

   

2.  Mags Bennett - TV/Female Villain

   

3.  Medusa - Animated Villain

   

4.  Asami - Horror Villain & Has A Point

   

5.  Baby Jane Hudson - Pre-1970s

   

6.  Princess Dragon Mom - Superhero villain

   

7.  Diana Christensen - Network

   

8.  Principal Togar - Rock n Roll High School

   

9.  Cruella De Vil - 101 Dalmatians (Animated/pre-1970)

   

10.  Mona Demarkov - Romeo is Bleeding (Underrated)

   

BONUS:

Jake's Ex-fiance - The Blues Brothers  (Ineffectual)

Immacolata - Weaveworld  (Not Adapted Yet)
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#4
Scorpio (DIRTY HARRY)
Male Villain
Villain Post-1970

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Hades (HERCULES)
Animated Villain

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Jaws (JAWS)
Horror Villain

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Ralph Cifaretto (The Sopranos)
TV Villain

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Richter (TOTAL RECALL)
Villain who has a point

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Nurse Ratched (ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST)
Female villain

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Thulsa Doom (CONAN THE BARBARIAN)
Comic Book villain

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Joey Tai (YEAR OF THE DRAGON)

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Liberty Valance (THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE)
Pre-1970 Villain

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Sgt. Andrew Scott (UNIVERSAL SOLDIER)

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Bonus:

Wild Card Villain: Leo (THIEF)

Ineffectual Villain: Swordsman (RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK)
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#5
THE LEGION OF DOOM
A consortium of mad scientists, criminal masterminds and evil geniuses.

1. Professor James Moriarty (Sherlock Holmes)
   
"I'd like to retire; crime no longer amuses me. 
I'd like to devote my remaining years to abstract science."

2. Sideshow Bob (The Simpsons)
   
"Very well, Bart. I shall send you to 
heaven before I send you to Hell."

3. Lex Luthor (Superman IV: The Quest for Peace)
   
"Now Leonard, your Uncle Lex, with this protoplasm 
that I've grown from Superman's hair cells... 
will duplicate creation itself!"

4. Ernst Stavro Blofeld (On Her Majesty's Secret Service)
   
"I've taught you to love chickens, to love their flesh, their voice."

5. Dr. Strangelove (Dr. Strangelove)
   
"The whole point of the doomsday machine is lost
if you keep it a secret! Why didn't you tell the world, eh?

6. Dr. Moreau (The Island of Dr. Moreau)
   
"I understand that I must be shocking to you, 
however, I must also point out that I have an 
allergy to the sun and that's why I put this medication on."

7. Abdul (Decker)
   
"Yes, I tricked you! And your President.
And not only will you and the city of
New York will be killed, but the Decker
name will be ruined!"

8. Dr. Jane Tiptree (Carnosaur)
   
"The Earth was not made for us.
It was made for the dinosaurs."

9. Cyrus “The Virus” Grissom (Con Air)
   
"We're going to Disney Land."

10. Dr. Herbert West (Re-Animator)
   
"Who's going to believe a talking head?
Get a job in a sideshow."
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#6
Gods & Monsters

1. Santánico Pandemonium (From Dusk till Dawn)
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Female Horror Villain With a Stunning Rack

2. Witch-king of Angmar (LOTR Trilogy)
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3. Satan (The Adventures of Mark Twain)
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Underrated Animated Villain (Claymation)

4. Mordred (Excalibur)
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5. Brainiac (Krypton)
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TV/Comic Book Villain

6. Mephisto (Faust)
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Classic Villain

7. The Anti-God (Prince of Darkness)
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8. Gabriel (Constantine)
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Villain With a Point (Tragedy can bring out the best in Humanity)

9. Lucy Butler, a Manifestation of Legion (Millennium)
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10. The Beast (Over the Garden Wall)
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Bonus Round:

Dagoth the Dreaming God (Conan the Destroyer)
^
Useless Villain/Puny God

Loki (The Sandman)
^

Villain Yet to Be Adapted
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#7
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"The" Villains

1. The Master-- Roger Delgado version (Male, TV)
2. The Terminator-- 1984 film version (Horror, Movies, Modern Era)
3. Milady de Winter-- 1948 Lana Turner version (Classic Era, Female, Had a Point, Movies)
4. The Borg Queen-- Alice Krige version (Female, Horror, Modern Era, Movies)
5. The Creeper (Classic Era, Horror, Male, Movies)
6. The Evil Midnight Bomber What Bombs At Midnight (Animated, Male, Superhero/Comic Book, TV)
7. The Bride With White Hair (Female, Had a Point, Modern Era, Movies)
8. The Red Skull (Male, Modern Era, Movies, Superhero/Comic Book)
9. The MCP (Animated, Modern Era, Movies)
10. The First (Horror, TV)

Bonus: Cole Whitman from Bachelor Party (ineffectual)
Bonus: Cosmo from Sneakers (wild card)
"I'd rather wake up in the middle of nowhere than in any city on Earth."--Steve McQueen
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#8
   


Mads Mikkelsen, Hannibal
Kathy Bates, Misery
Rutger Hauer, Blade Runner
Christian Bale, American Psycho
Stephen Dorff, Blade
Christoph Waltz, Inglorious Basterds
Ian McDiarmid, Return of the Jedi
Jeremy Irons, The Lion King
Matt Damon, The Talented Mr. Ripley
Peter Lorre, 'The Man From The South', Alfred Hitchcock Presents
Ian McKellan, Rickard III

Menu:

'Veal' Heart Tartare Tarts

Barbequed Pulled Longpork on a Keyser Roll

'Prideful' Venison Entrecote with seared foie gras

Beggar's Clay Chicken, smoked under a dome of South Carolina cedarwood

Chocolate Cake garnished with Candied Grasshoppers and a 'Sanguinaccio Dolce' Blood Chocolate Sauce



Additional thanks to a dear friend for his special contribution to the meal.  Although he won't be dining with us, he'll be there in spirit.

   

'Frank Underwood' - Kevin Spacey, 'Let Me Be Frank'
Superlaser speaks for me from now on.

-Bart
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#9
1. Gollum (Andy Serkis) - The Lord of the Rings (Male/Movie/Animated/Present)

"Clever hobbits to climb so high!"
   

2. Maleficent (Eleanor Audley) - Sleeping Beauty (Female/Movie/Animated/Classic)

"Now shall you deal with me o' prince, and all the powers of Hell!"
   

3. Jean-Baptiste Emanuel Zorg (Gary Oldman ) - The Fifth Element (Male/Movie/Present)

"You see, Father, by creating a little destruction, I'm actually encouraging life. In reality, you and I are in the same business. Cheers."
   

4. Livia Soprano (Nancy Marchand) - The Sopranos (Female/Television)

"Oh, I gave my life to my children on a silver platter, and this is how he repays me."
   

5. Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan) - Black Panther (Male/Movie/Comic Book/Present/Has a Point)

"Bury me in the ocean with my ancestors who jumped from the ships, because they knew death was better than bondage."
   

6. Missy Armitage (Catherine Keener) - Get Out (Female/Movie/Horror/Present)

"Sink. Now you're in the Sunken Place."
   

7. The Toecutter (Hugh Keays-Byrne) - Mad Max (Male/Movie/Present)

"I suppose you don't need a sense of humor with a pretty face. The only trouble is though, Missy, if you should lose the face."
   

8. Professor Fate (Jack Lemmon) - The Great Race (Male/Movie/Classic)

"The eternal struggle takes time, Max."
   

9. Ramsay Bolton (Iwan Rheon) - Game of Thrones (Male/Television)

"If you think this has a happy ending, you haven’t been paying attention."
   

10. Smaug (Richard Boone) - The Hobbit (1977) (Male/Television)

"You have nice manners for a thief.  And a liar."
   


BONUS. Iron Bar (Angry Anderson) - Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (Male/Movie/Comically Ineffectual)

BONUS. The Riverbottom Nightmare Band - Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas (Male/Television)
My karmic debt must be huge.

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#10
HUNTERTARANTINO'S VILLAIN DRAFT
(Or: The Best of the Bad)

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SELINA KYLE/CATWOMAN

An all-out anarchist. Colluded with an inexperienced outsider politician to harm the public. Almost kills Batman. But mostly beats up and murders men, two of whom are clearly Donald Trump.

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J.J. HUNSECKER

Almost completely irredeemable. Wants a good life for his sister, but misuses power. Physically and psychologically abuses his conscientious press ally.

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DICK CHENEY

The former Vice President of the United States, he spent his political career from the resignation of Nixon onward to make sure the Republicans went from noble men fighting for abolition to cockroaches fighting to syphon money from the middle class and brainwash the public. Also may have been responsible for the Flight 93 crash.

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BILL "D-FENS" FOSTER

He just wanted to go see his daughter for her birthday... except his ex-wife put a restraining order out on him! Toxic Caucasian masculinity embodied in one man. All he wants are his needs met and to prove how awful everyone else is. Some of his points are valid. He does favors, like giving a rich, old white golfer (probably would've voted Trump) a heart attack and killing a neo-Nazi that tries to rape him.

But he's still an asshole.
"PREDATOR 2 feels like it was penned by convicts as part of a correctional facility's creative writing program, and that's what I love about it." - Moltisanti
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#11
VILLAINS!

The Joker (Heath Ledger), The Dark Knight
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'When the chips are down, these civilized people? They'll eat each other. I'm not a monster, I'm just ahead of the curve.'

Biff Tannen (Thomas F Wilson), Back to the Future series
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'Suppose it's poetic justice. Two McFlys, with the same gun!'

Judge Doom (Christopher Lloyd), Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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'Remember me, Eddie? When I killed your brother, I talked JUST. LIKE. THIIIIIIS!'

Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey), Game of Thrones
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'Tears aren't a woman's only weapon. The best one's between your legs.'

Arjen Rudd (Joss Ackland), Lethal Weapon 2
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'DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITY!"

The Cigarette Smoking Man (William B Davis), The X-Files
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'You see a man lying here, a seemingly weak man. But I'm the most powerful man in the world.'

Harry Roat (Alan Arkin), Wait Until Dark
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"So I let them do it their way, right up til the very end. And then, Topsy-Turvy. Me topsy and them turvy.'

Newman (Wayne Knight), Seinfeld
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'Hmm, that job sounds like it might be worth a year's free haircuts...and a comb!'

Esther (Isabelle Fuhrman), Orphan
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'If I find out you're lying, I'll cut you hairless little prick off, before you even figure out what it's for.'

Little Bill Daggett (Gene Hackman), Unforgiven
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'Now Ned, those whores are gonna tell different lies than you. And when their lies ain't the same as your lies...well, I ain't gonna hurt no woman. But I am gonna hurt you. And not gentle like before...but bad.'

BONUS (no pictures, cause of the ten image limit)

Dean Wormer (John Vernon), Animal House
'Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life, son.'

Judge Holden, Blood Meridian by Cormac McCarthy
'Moral law is an invention of mankind for the disenfranchisement of the powerful in favor of the weak. Historical law subverts it at every turn.'
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#12
Fat Elvis Favorites: No Heroes



1. Harvey Keitel is Bad Lieutenant (male villain)

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2. Kurt Russell is Stuntman Mike (horror villain)

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3. CHRISTINE (female villain)

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4. Patrick Swayze is Bodhi, the Bodhisattva (villain who "had a point")

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5. Robert De Niro is Travis Bickle (A villain from 1970s to the present )


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"All the animals come out at night - whores, skunk pussies, buggers, queens, fairies, dopers, junkies, sick, venal. Someday a real rain will come and wash all this scum off the streets. I go all over. I take people to the Bronx, Brooklyn, I take 'em to Harlem. I don't care. Don't make no difference to me. It does to some. Some won't even take spooks. Don't make no difference to me."

"Listen, you fuckers, you screwheads. Here is a man who would not take it anymore. A man who stood up against the scum, the cunts, the dogs, the filth, the shit. Here is a man who stood up."

6. Willem Dafoe as Norman Osborn/ Green Goblin (comic book villain)

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7. Wez (Movie Villain)

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8. O-Ren Ishii, a.k.a. Cottonmouth


KILL BILL

(Animation Villain)



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9. John Wayne is Ethan Edwards (villain from the classic age of cinema (before 1970s))

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"It's hard to believe they're white."


"They ain't white!  Not anymore."








10. Michael Jackson in "Thriller" (TV villain)
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#13
BLUNT'S 10 MOST WANTED

1 - CLARENCE BODDICKER (KURTWOOD SMITH) - ROBOCOP - male villain from modern cinema

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2 - ARTHUR "CODY" JARRETT (JAMES CAGNEY) - WHITE HEAT - classic villain

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3 - SEVEREN (BILL PAXTON) - NEAR DARK - horror villain

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4 - ERIC "RICK" MASTERS (WILLEM DAFOE) - TO LIVE AND DIE IN LA - underrated villain

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5 - GENERAL FRANCIS X. HUMMEL (ED HARRIS) - THE ROCK - villain with a point

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6 - TOP DOLLAR (MICHAEL WINCOTT) - THE CROW - comic book villain

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7 - AKU (MAKO) - SAMURAI JACK - animated + tv villain

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8 - DUDLEY SMITH (JAMES CROMWELL) - L.A CONFIDENTIAL

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9 - MRS CARMODY (MARCIA GAY HARDEN) - THE MIST - female villain

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10 - PHYLLIS DIETRICHSON (BARBARA STANWYCK) - DOUBLE INDEMNITY

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bonus picks :

Vizzini (Wallace Shawn) - The Princess Bride - ineffectual villain

Mad Dog (Philip Kwok) - Hard Boiled
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#14
THE BANALITY OF EVIL
"What do you think the Devil is going to look like if he's around? He will look attractive and he will be nice and helpful and he will get a job where he influences a great God-fearing nation and he will never do an evil thing... he will just bit by little bit lower standards where they are important. Just coax along flash over substance... Just a tiny bit. And he will talk about all of us really being salesmen. And he'll get all the great women."

THE BANALITY OF...HORROR
1. FREDDY KRUGER (Robert Englund) - A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET
2. LUCIFER (Peter Stormare) - CONSTANTINE

THE BANALITY OF...MARRIAGE
3. AMY ELLIOTT DUNNE (Rosamund Pike) - GONE GIRL
4. ELLEN BERENT HARTLAND (Gene Tierney) - LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN

THE BANALITY OF...BUSINESS
5. HARRY CRANE (Rich Sommer) - MAD MEN (TV)
6. OBADIAH STANE/IRON MONGER (Jeff Bridges) - IRON MAN

THE BANALITY OF...MASCULINITY
7. GASTON (Richard White) - BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (1991)
B: CALEDON "CAL" HOCKLEY (Billy Zane) - TITANIC

THE BANALITY OF...POLITICS:
1. COL. NATHAN JESSUP (Jack Nicholson) - A FEW GOOD MEN
B: LINCOLN BARWICK, US ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF STATE FOR POLICY (David Rasche) in IN THE LOOP

THE BANALITY OF...BANALITY
9. FLOYD GONDOLINI (Philip Baker Hall) - BOOGIE NIGHTS
10. ANDY HANSON (Philip Seymour Hoffman) - BEFORE THE DEVIL KNOWS YOU'RE DEAD
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#15
Not sure I'll have time to find a bunch of pictures for my draft, or come up with a clever name for it, so let me just say my approach each day was to pair a boss type villain, who was looking to build or control something, with more of a loner type, who was more chaotic in nature.

Day One:
Al Swearengen- Deadwood & Anton Chigurh- No Country For Old Men

Day Two:
Noah Cross- Chinatown & Jack Torrance- The Shining

Day Three:
Lady Eboshi- Princess Mononoke & Lady Kaede- Ran

Day Four:
Loki- The Avengers & Death- The Seventh Seal

Day Five:
Stringer Bell- The Wire & Mr. Blonde- Reservoir Dogs
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#16
THE NOT GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY (WHO ARE ALSO BAD)



   


   



   
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#17
The Right And True Side Of Evil or The Rule 10 List.
Sure. Anyone can think they are justified. That's easy. It is just a little pirouette of mental gymnastics. These Villains actually are right.

For the consideration of the Jury:

1. Terence Fletcher (J.K. Simmons) - Whiplash
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There are no two words in the English language more harmful than 'Good Job'

Fletcher is a monster, most of the students in his class will be dealing the the consequences of
his brutal teaching techniques for the rest of their lives. But only in the fire of a forge
can true steel be formed. Mediocrity is only encourage by coddling, genius can be brought out
by suffering. And at the end of it all, Andrew is everything he wanted to be.

2. Ozymandias (Matthew Goode) - Watchmen
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...in order to save this world, I had to trick it. With the greatest practical joke in human history.

Yes, fifteen million people killed, but World War III averted by the end of it all, thanks
to his action.

3. The Director (Sigourney Weaver) - The Cabin in the Woods
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You've seen horrible things: an army of nightmare creatures. And they are real.
But they are nothing compared to what lies beneath us.
There is a greater good, and for that you must be sacrificed. Forgive us... and let us end it quickly.

Simple enough this one, The Director's plan was foiled and the world was destroyed!
You don't usually get proved righter than that. The Old Ones demanded a small sacrifice,
every year and in return, billions of people got to continue to live.

4. Henry F Potter (Lionel Barrymore) - It's a Wonderful Life
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Have you put any real pressure on these people of yours to pay those mortgages?

Henry wisely predicting the horrors of the Sub-Prime mortgage crisis here. Certainly,
he was vain and brutal and only interested in his own profit... but unchecked lending to unsuitable
would-be homeowners led to the horrors of the financial meltdown in 2007.
I put it to you that George Bailey is the true villain here!

5. Stinky Pete (Kelsey Grammer) - Toy Story 2
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Do you really think Andy is going to take you to college, or on his honeymoon?
Andy's growing up, and there's nothing you can do about it.

And sure enough, in Toy Story 3, Andy has discarded Woody and his friends
cast off a number of them to an unknown fate (probably the Furnace)
and even at the end, has only delayed their sentence a few years.
Stinky Pete promised immortality and adoration... not a bad deal given the firey alternative.


6. Jasmine (Gina Torres) - Angel Season 4
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You don't have to do anything except love one another.

To quote Lilah from Wolfram & Hart:
"World peace comes at a price. Jasmine understood that. She consumed, what? Couple dozen souls a day?
Now weigh that against ending the suffering of millions, but you fixed that!"

7. Dr Zaius (Maurice Evans) - Planet of the Apes
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Beware the beast Man, for he is the Devil's pawn.
Alone among God's primates, he kills for sport, or lust or greed.
Yea, he will murder his brother to possess his brother's land.
Let him not breed in great numbers, for he will make a desert of his home and yours.
Shun him.
Drive him back into his jungle lair, for he is the harbinger of death.


Dr Zauis is one of the few apes who know the truth of their origin and the true history of mankind.
In order to protect their society and the world he supports the creeds opposing man
and any investigations into his true nature. Whilst it initially looks like he does this
purely out of a fanatical, religious mindset... he is actually doing it because he knows that if
mankind were to rise again, they would finish what they started: the destruction of Earth...
Which of course, by the sequel, they did indeed.

8. Hugo Drax (Michael Lonsdale) - Moonraker
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One must preserve the balance of nature.

Since Drax's plan was foiled:
60% of vertebrates have gone extinct.
Fauna extinction rates are 10,000 times above the background level.
Carbon Dioxide levels have risen from 300 parts per million to 400 parts.
Sea Levels have risen 9cm. Global average temperature is 1c higher.
Hugo offered a way to stop our species from choking our planet to death, whilst minimising ecological
destruction in the process. What we are doing is functionally identical to his plan, just on a long timescale
and with more collateral destruction on the way.

9. Colonel Walter E. Kurtz (Marlon Brando) - Apocalypse Now
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If I had ten divisions of those men, then our troubles here would be over very quickly.
You have to have men who are moral ... and at the same time who are able to utilize their primordial instincts to kill without feeling
... without passion ... without judgment ... without judgment.
Because it's judgment that defeats us.

To quote Hemingway "Never think that war, no matter how necessary, nor how justified, is not a crime."
Once you have made a decision to go to war, the only moral solution is to end it as fast as possible,
in the most efficient way possible. Anything else just prolongs the horror and the suffering.
Kurtz is just a natural, instinctive response to the insanity of the conflict around him.

10. Death - Final Destination
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There are No Accidents. No Coincidences. No Escapes. You can't cheat death.
- Bludworth

There is a plan, there is a design, and simple actions that happen outside of that plan can have
horrific cascading consequences that we simply cannot predict. None of our survivors in the
franchise should have survived their initial accidents, and Death is merely balancing the books like
any good accountant should.

BONUS 1 - Ed Rooney (Jeffrey Jones) - Ferris Bueller's Day Off
What is so dangerous about a character like Ferris Bueller is he gives good kids bad ideas.

Okay, I grant you, Rooney commits a number of crimes such as breaking in to a house and so forth
just to catch a single truant. But he's the principal of a school and Bueller is indeed skipping class!
Given the cult like worship that Ferris engenders amongst his students, it's not surprising
he's driven to desperate - if entirely bumbling, measures.

BONUS 2 - GLaDOS (Ellen McClain) - Portal games
You know, deleting Caroline just now taught me a valuable lesson:
the best solution to a problem is usually the easiest one. And I'll be honest.
Killing you?  Is hard. You know what my days used to be like?
I just tested.
Nobody murdered me. Or put me in a potato. Or fed me to birds. I had a pretty good life.
And then you showed up.
You dangerous, mute lunatic.

Doing Science is important.
Dangerous military hardware needs to be tested.
GLaDOS is just trying to do her job.
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SOME REAL BAD FOLKS:


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1. HARRY LIME (Orson Welles), THE THIRD MAN

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2. FRANK (Henry Fonda), ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST

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3. THE ALIEN QUEEN, ALIENS

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4. JUDGE CLAUDE FROLLO (Tony Jay), THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME

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5. JON KAVANAUGH (Forest Whitaker), THE SHIELD

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6. DOCTOR OTTO OCTAVIUS (Alfred Molina), SPIDER-MAN 2

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7. BRIDGET GREGORY (Linda Fiorentino), THE LAST SEDUCTION

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8. EDDIE THE DANE (J.E. Freeman), MILLER'S CROSSING

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9. BOYD CROWDER (Walton Goggins), JUSTIFIED

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10. LONESOME RHODES (Andy Griffith), A FACE IN THE CROWD


BONUS 1: HARLAN MAGUIRE (Jude Law), ROAD TO PERDITION

BONUS 2: KRONK (Patrick Warburton), THE EMPEROR'S NEW GROOVE
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Hidden Evil

Masked and Masquerading Villainy Through The Ages


Masked Villains

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The Predator - Predator (1987) {movie villain}                    Darth Vader - Star Wars (1977) {male villain}
"Anytime."                                                               "I find your lack of faith disturbing"

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Michael Myers - Halloween (1978) {horror villain}   The Phantasm-Mask of the Phantasm (1993) {comics, animated, villain with a point}
"............."                                                         "Sal Valestra, you Angel of Death awaits..."

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Dr. Phibes-The Abominable Dr. Phibes (1971) {Villain with a point}
"What  lovely music for a murder...or 2...or 3...or 9!"


Masquerading Villains

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The Thing - The Thing (1982) {post-70's}                              Caprica 6 BSG (2004) {female/tv}
"Sccccrrrreeeeeeeeeee!"                                              "I'm the one who should have stabbed him."

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David - Village of the Damned (1960) {pre-70's}                          T-1000 Terminator 2 (1991) {movie villain}
"You have to be taught to leave us alone."                                                 "Say, that's a nice bike"

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The Pod People-Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978) {post-70's/movie villain}
"Scrrrrreeeeeeeeeeeeeee!"

Bonus Picks


Mr. Morden-Babylon 5 {tv villain/male villain}                      Stormbringer-Elric Saga {Unadapted Villain}
"What do you want?"                                                  "Farewell friend.  I was 1000 times more evil than thou!"
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The many dimensions of sex and villainy

1. ...as an expression of power

Ming the Merciless - Flash Gordon (1980)

   

2. ...as compulsion

Dracula - Dracula (1958)

   

3. ...as manipulation

Morgana le Fay - Excalibur (1980)

   

4. ...as corruption

Bob/Leland Palmer - Twin Peaks

   

5. ...as the fountain of youth

Lo Pan - Big Trouble in Little China (1986)

   

6. ...as freedom

John Milton - The Devil's Advocate (1997)

   

7. ...as the giver of life

Grendel's Mother - Beowulf (2007)

   

8. ...as play

Q - Star Trek

   

9. ...as a rite of passage

The Goblin King - Labyrinth (1986)

   

10. ...as motive

Dr Frank N Furter - The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)

   

Bonus picks:

Ineffectual villain: HedLEY Lamarr - Blazing Saddles (1974)

Nearly chosen: Hela - Thor Ragnarok (2017)
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Question 
The Villain Double Down

I challenged myself to use my 10 picks to fill each of the 10 categories twice. So everyone gets an understudy for their category, while also acting as back-up to another category:


1.  A Horror Villain:

Pennywise The Clown 

played by Tim Curry in IT (1990)

   


Backed Up By:  Eli The Vampire


2.  An Animated Villain

Syndrome

voiced by Jason Lee in The Incredibles (2004)

   

Backed Up By:  C. Montgomery Burns


3.  A Female Villain

Elli The Vampire

played by Lina Leandersson in Let The Right One In (2008)

   

Backed Up By:  Dolores Umbridge


4.  A Male Villain

Joffrey Baratheon, First Of His Name, King Of The Andals And The First Men, Lord Of The Seven Kingdoms, And Protector Of The Realm

played by Jack Gleason in Game Of Thrones (2011)

   

Backed Up By:  Gregory Anton


5. A Villain From TV

C. Montgomery Burns

voiced by Harry Shearer in The Simpsons (1989)

   
  
Backed Up By:  Joffrey Baratheon


6.  A Villain From The Movies

Professor Dolores Umbridge

portrayed by Imelda Staunton in Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix (2007) and Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows, pt. 1 (2010)

   

Backed Up By:  Agent Smith


7.  A Superhero/Comic Book Villain

Eric "Magneto" Lensher

portrayed by Ian McKellen in X-Men (2000), X2: X-Men United (2003), X-Men: The Last Stand (2006), The Wolverine (2013), X-Men: Days Of Future Past (2014), and Michael Fassbender in X-Men: First Class (2010), X-Men: Days Of Future Past (2014), X-Men: Apocalypse (2016)

     

Backed Up By:  Syndrome


8.  A Villain From The Classic Age Of Cinema

Gregory Anton


portrayed by Charles Boyer in Gaslight (1944)

   

Backed Up By:  HAL 9000


9.  A Villain From The 1970s to the Present

Agent Smith

portrayed by Hugo Weaving in The Matrix (1999), The Matrix Reloaded (2003) and The Matrix Revolutions (2003)

   

Backed Up By: Pennywise


10.  A Villain Who Had A Point

HAL 9000

voiced by Douglas Rain in 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

   

Backed Up By:  Magneto


BONUS DOOFUS: 

Pat Healy

played by Matt Dillon in There's Something About Mary (1998)

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BONUS PSYCHO

Francis "Franco" Begbie

played by Robery Carlyle in Trainspotting (1996)

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"I'm not a smart man" -F. Gump
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