Poll: Who wins this round?
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Huntertarantino
38.89%
7 38.89%
Atomtastic
61.11%
11 61.11%
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VILLAINS DRAFT: ROUND ONE - Huntertarantino vs. Atomtastic
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(01-22-2019, 08:40 PM)huntertarantino Wrote:
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.

Jame "Buffalo Bill" Gumb
Played by Ted Levine in The Silence of the Lambs (1991, dir. Jonathan Demme)


  • Horror villain
  • Male villain
  • Villain from 1970-present
Dick Jones
Played by Ronny Cox in RoboCop (1987, dir. Paul Verhoeven)



-Male villain
-Villain from the movies (post-1970)
-Had a point (combat the crime rate in Detroit with state of the art law enforcement robotics)
 
Raven Shaddock
Played by Willem Dafoe in Streets of Fire (1984, dir. Walter Hill)

-Male villain
-Movie villain
-Villain from the movies

 
Coach Buzzcut
Voiced by Mike Judge on Beavis and Butt-head (1993-1997, 2011)

-Male villain
-TV villain
-Animated villain
-Had a point (reign in Beavis and Butt-head; intervened to save them from a physically aggressive motivational speaker)

 
Stephen
Played by Samuel L. Jackson in Django Unchained (2012, dir. Quentin Tarantino)
  • Male villain
  • Villain from the movies (1970s-present)
Carter J. Burke
Played by Paul Reiser in Aliens (1986, dir. James Cameron)
  • Horror villain
  • Male villain
  • Villain from the movies (1970-present)
  • Doesn't get his due. He's well remembered for his character, not so much as arguably the most blatantly evil character in the entire Alien franchise. Unlike the aliens, he's a corporate hack that intentionally tries to play pied piper to Ripley and the Marines for profit. Plus, not an android. Also, he's killed off-screen; his death scene was filmed but let's face it, Hicks or Ripley should have set him up for the charade of being xenomorph food OR just straight up locked him in an incinerating room.
 
Bonus:
Ineffectual Villain: Dirk/Eddie's Mom
Played by Joanna Gleason in Boogie Nights (1997, dir. Paul Thomas Anderson)



Dennis
Played by Michael Pena in Observe and Report (2009, dir. Jody Hill)


THE LEGION OF DOOM
A consortium of mad scientists, criminal masterminds and evil geniuses.

1. Professor James Moriarty (Sherlock Holmes)
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"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)
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"Very well, Bart. I shall send you to 
heaven before I send you to Hell."

3. Lex Luthor (Superman IV: The Quest for Peace)
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"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)
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"I've taught you to love chickens, to love their flesh, their voice."

5. Dr. Strangelove (Dr. Strangelove)
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"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)
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"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)
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"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)
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"The Earth was not made for us.
It was made for the dinosaurs."

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

10. Dr. Herbert West (Re-Animator)
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"Who's going to believe a talking head?
Get a job in a sideshow."
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Head To Head:


Classic Era -  JJ Hunsecker vs Moriarty and Dr. Strangelove

That's a hell of a tag team from atom, not even close

Horror -  Buffalo Bill and Burke vs Herbert West and Jane Triptree

Hunter responds, and with vigor

Female - Catwoman vs Jane Triptree

Hunter takes another handily

Animated - Coach Buzzcut vs Sideshow Bob

I don't have to explain which of The Simpsons and Beavis & Butthead is better, do I?

Television

A rematch of the Animated category, with a bonus villain from a show I've never seen to compound atom's victory

Misunderstood

I'm not really sure who all on each list is supposed to fit this category.  Sideshow Bob has a point about the Idiocracy-ization of the country...but I think Catwoman is more sympathetic than Dick Jones or Cheney....I'm calling it a wash.

Superhero - Catwoman vs Lex Luthor

A tough one, but I give it to Catwoman for having multiple successful interpretations showcasing very different facets of the character.  Luthor is still waiting for live action adaptation to actually make him intimidating.

Modern Movie Males - Cheney, D-Fens, Steven, Dick Jones and Raven Shaddock vs Blofeld, Dr. Moreau and Cyrus Grissom

Atom's remaining picks are just so much fun, I give it to him.


Overall, Atom takes it.
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