Sunday, January 30, 2011

Top 25 Greatest Villains by TIME

came across this page today so wanted to share it and give some comments about it

Palpatine // Darth Sidious
 In my eyes, a good played villain in a movie can mean more than the lead actor. Throughout the history of cinematography there have been many kinds of different villains. Here is an interesting list that TIME made. I pretty much agree with there list :) However, there are many more (sometimes funny) villains that should have been included perhaps ^^

Hannibal Lecter
Top 25 Greatest Villains by TIME

George Siegmann as Silas Lynch
Peter Lorre as Hans Beckert
Margaret Hamilton as the Wicked Witch of the West
Joseph Cotten as Uncle Charlie
Barbara Stanwyck as Phyllis Dietrichson
Ann Savage as Vera
Marcel Herrand as Lacenaire
Lionel Barrymore as Henry F. Potter
Denis Price as Louis Mazzini
James Cagney as Cody Jarrett
Toshiro Mifune as Tajomaru
Prithviraj as Justice Raghunat
Carl Boehm as Mark Lewis
Angela Lansbury as Mrs. Iselin
Robert Mitchum as Max Cady
Henry Fonda as Frank
Klaus Kinski as de Aguirre
Laurence Olivier as Dr. Christian Szell
Arnold Schwarzenegger as the Terminator
Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman
Anthony Wong as Wong Chi-hang
Ralph Fiennes as Amon Goeth
Ving Rhames as Marsellus Wallace
Anthony Hopkins as Hannibal Lecter

Ian McDiarmid as Palpatine

However, I still haven't seen some of these movies so I can't really comment on certain villains. Some that come to mind as the best are Palpatine, Hannibal Lecter, Amon Goeth, Wicked Witch of The West...

Amon Goeth
I included a few images of them! Enjoy!

What are your favorites?

Darth Vader on a day off
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46 comments:

  1. I would vote Tong Po from Kickboxer to be on the list

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  2. The terminator is my no.1
    From the first movie of course.

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  4. well including movies they appear on would be helpful. mine would probably mufasa from lion king.

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  5. Hannibal lecter is the freakiest guy I've ever seen. Smart and evil, definitely a great villain!

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  6. Anthony Hopkins did a crazy job as Hannibal Lecter!

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  7. My favorite villain of all time would have to be the Joker from Dark Knight though :D

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  8. Darth Vador is my favorite villain.

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  9. ive never heard of palpatine lol

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  10. Michelle Pfeifer in leather is on every list.

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  11. My favorite villain has got to be Danny DeVito in Matilda.

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  13. Palpatine over The Joker?

    COME ON WHAT BULLCRAP

    I expected palpatine to die from old age during the movies..

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  14. I liked Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman. My favourite is Hannibal Lecter but why isn't the Joker there..

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  15. Wat... bomb pic. I've never seen it before.

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  16. Uh HELLO??? Heath Ledger as The Joker! Fucking Time! What a stupid mistake!

    I think Liev Schreiber did a really good job as Sabretooth, but not top 25.

    Kevin Spacey in Se7en, Nicholas Cage and John Travolta as Castor Troy... All I can think of for now.

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  17. I agree with Heath Ledger as Joker,he was good and Hannibal is the most scary one.
    Me and my thinking cap

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  18. Another vote for Heath Ledger. He was amazing in that role. As for Catwoman... wha?

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  19. M.Bison from the Street Fighter movie =D

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  20. Peter Stormare as Gaear Grimsrud in Fargo was great villain.


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  21. mostly a nice list in my opinion

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  22. time magazine doesnt know anything :D

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  23. I agree with these for sure. Nice find

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  24. Alan Rickman in "Every fucking movie other than Dogma that he has ever been in".

    Also, I don't know if I would count Marcellus Wallace as a true villain.

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  25. Interesting list! I haven't seen a lot of those movies though :X

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  26. yeah, Ralph fiennes was really good at Amon. I'm surprised at no Alan Rickman for Die Hard lol

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  27. palpatine and catwoman, lol. what about jack nicholson in the shining?

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  28. They are talking about Catwoman from the 2nd Batman movie. The one in which she his batman with the stungun. OhhhhWoWOWOw She was hot in that movie!

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  30. darth vader on a day off. great

    and nice list

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  31. Hannibal Lecter is definately the #1.

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  33. Two of the best for me are:-
    Khan Noonien Singh (Ricardo Montalban) from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
    Alex DeLarge (Malcolm McDowell) from A Clockwork Orange

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  34. I'm surprised nobody said:

    Biff Tannen, Back to the Future series. He's mean to Marty for the sole reason of being mean to Marty. Nothing to gain, just evil for the sake of being evil. Everyone else has an ulterior motive: Palpatine wants to control the galaxy, the Terminator is programmed to kill John/Sarah Connor, but Biff just wants to be mean.

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  35. Bleh can't edit, but it was George, not Marty, whom Biff bullied.

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  36. some of these are good, lecter for sure.

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  37. Hahaha. Epic. I still don't see why Darth Vader is so intimidating...

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