Greatest Hollywood villains of all time.

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#1 Ghosts4ever
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Hello friends,

In this thread we discuss who are greatest Hollywood villains of all time. so my friends what you think are Hollywood greatest villains?

here's what I think

Frank (once upon a time in west)

Hans Gruber (Die Hard)

Agent Smith (Matrix)

Joker (Dark Knight)

Hans Landa (inglorious bestersds)

Viggo Tarsav (John Wick)

While they are all excellent villains in my opinion but my personal fav is Frank. follow by Agent smith.

so my friends, who are you fav villains? lets discuss

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#2 Macutchi
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cup will not ne happy you missed his boy snoke.

i'll throw a few in the mix -

and of course

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Was going to say Palpatine, but just be edgy to say Pazuzu.

Thing like about this villain for the vast majority it's a presence rather than a physical form that brilliantly builds up.

The way it's done as well, not like, a blip build up. The opening is intense, in an exotic biblical landscape, before moving to an absolute mundane, generic neighbourhood, hitting a reset button to climb that hill again.

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This shot in particular, so simple the effect used compared to what they've do nowadays, and looks incredible, the faces are morphing into each other, briefly used as well. Like seconds.


Get all the imitators, but most of them suck.

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Darth Vader is the only correct answer TC

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#6 Speeny
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I like villains who I can sympathize with to a degree. On that note, not necessarily in a sadistic sense either. These two come to mind:

The Joker - I particularly liked Joaquin Phoenix's interpretation of the character.

Thanos

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The villain in No Country for Old Men always gives me the creeps

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#9 Ghosts4ever
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@kazumakiryu21 said:

Darth Vader is the only correct answer TC

Palpatine is better villain but sadly he had less screen time.

Darth vader is chosen one.

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Bully Maguire! duh... 🙄

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https://c.tenor.com/368HutKaecsAAAAC/matilda-miss-trunchbull.gif

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  • Michael Corleone - The Godfather I & II
  • Bolo Yeung - Enter the Dragon & Bloodsport
  • Darth Vadar - Star Wars trilogy
  • Apollo Creed & Drago - Rocky series
  • Johnny Lawrence - The Karate Kid
  • T-800 & T-1000 - Terminator 1 & 2
  • Shang Tsung - Mortal Kombat
  • Quentin McNeil - Cube
  • Agent Smith - The Matrix
  • Tyler Durden - Fight Club
  • Leonard Shelby - Memento
  • Mr. Glass - Unbreakable series
  • Green Goblin - Spider-Man series
  • Hugh Jackman - The Prestige
  • Erik Killmonger - Black Panther
  • Thanos - Avengers series

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Alien/Xenomorph
Amon Goeth
Anton Chigurh
Buffalo Bill
Norman Bates
Nurse Ratched
Sauron
Voldemort
The Wicked Witch of the West

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#16 shellcase86
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@Oldgun said:

The villain in No Country for Old Men always gives me the creeps

Javier Bardem did such an awesome job with that role. Great casting!

Another I really liked was Candie played by Leo.

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Norman Bates, Psycho

Nurse Ratched, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

Annie Wilkes, Misery

HAL 9000, 2001: A Space Odyssey

T-1000, Terminator 2: Judgement Day

Mrs. Robinson, The Graduate

Hans Landa, Inglourious Basterds

Frank Booth, Blue Velvet

Hans Gruber, Die Hard

Hannibal Lecter, The Silence of the Lambs

Alex DeLarge, A Clockwork Orange

Warden N0rton, The Shawshank Redemption

Antonio Salieri, Amadeus

Jack Torrance, The Shining

Frank, Once Upon a Time in the West

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Willy Wonka

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#19 lamprey263
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Hans Gruber definitely has a nostalgic quality for me that all the others don't. But as far as performances go Heath Ledger did the best job (from Ghost's list). Christoph Waltz as Hans Landa though probably the most charismatic of them all.