bluethedog wrote:Technically this breaks your "no non-human characters" rule but is probably still within the spirit of it
nevermore wrote:That dude in Fahrenheit 9/11? Bush? Total dick.
TheBookPolice wrote:Pretty terrible movie, but Jason Isaacs as Col. Tavington in The Patriot was pretty evil.
"Would you like a lesson, sir, in the rules of war? Or perhaps your children would?"
El Chifa wrote:Henry, Portrait of a Serial Killer
Zevulon the Great wrote:Alonzo Harris (Denzel Washington) in Training Day. The unpredictability of this character kept me on edge up until the very end of the movie.
Zevulon the Great wrote:The Joker (Heath Ledger) in The Dark Knight. The ultimate comic book villain finally reached his full potential in this film. A Mephistopheles for the masses: highly intelligent, violent, intense, sociopathic and philosophical. Also provided much-needed comic relief at points. It's too bad we'll never get a chance to see this character played quite the same way again."Whatever doesn't kill you only makes you...stranger."
Prof. Wagstaff wrote:Alan Raimy (John Glover) and Bobby Shy (Clarence Williams III) in 52 Pick-Up -- true sleazebags, the way I've always imagined real criminals to be.
Prof. Wagstaff wrote:Michael Corleone (Al Pacino) in The Godfather films -- just because you live by some sort of code doesn't mean you ain't a complete son of a bitch. Unlike most on this list who are both aware of and comfortable with their evil, he's lying to himself, which might make him seem more sympathetic, but his brutal acts speak for themselves.
Prof. Wagstaff wrote:Bad Lieutenant (Harvey Keitel) in (wait for it) Bad Lieutenant -- Most. Truthful. Movie. Title. Ever. So fucking what if he's redeemed or saved or whatever the fuck happens at the end of that movie -- for the other 90 minutes, he's probably the single worst person on Earth.
Prof. Wagstaff wrote:Jean-Baptiste Emanuel Zorg (Gary Oldman) in The Fifth Element -- I wanted to include Oldman somewhere, and this is as good a choice as any. There's a fine line between being extremely eccentric and just plain evil, I guess.
Prof. Wagstaff wrote:The Unseen Force (Itself) in the Evil Dead movies -- 'nuff said.
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