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    Re: Best Villian ever

    To add to those already mentioned.


    Robert Mitchum in Night of the Hunter


    Tim Roth in Rob Roy


    Michael Wincott in Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves


    Michael Wincott in The Three Musketeers


    Michael Wincott in The Count of Monte Cristo


    Michael Wincott in The Crow


    Guy Pearce in The Count of Monte Cristo


    Jason Isaacs in The Patriot


    Tim Curry in IT


    Ralph Fiennes in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire


    Al Pacino in The Godfather


    Jack Nicholson in Batman

    And these two are up there right now as well


    Peter Weller in 24

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    Gregory Itzin in 24
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    Re: Best Villian ever

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Footstool

    Chris Walken in anything (but this role stands out):


    Christopher Walken could scare *&^% out of me in a Jello commercial.
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    Re: Best Villian ever

    For every action there is an equal and opposite criticism.

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    Re: Best Villian ever

    Another vote for Rickman in Die Hard. My favorite part is after he makes the various "demands" to the FBI, he is asked by one of his co-horts.."Do you really think they are going to do it?"

    "Who cares."

    Just the way he delivered that line was great.

    As a father to a 9 year old, most of my movies are of the kid ilk, so I agree on Scar from the Lion King, what a great character.

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    Re: Best Villian ever

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Footstool
    Ricardo Montalban as Khan

    is it just me... or does Ricardo Montalban look like Lita Ford here???

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    Re: Best Villian ever

    Quote Originally Posted by MrCinatit
    Powers Boothe as Curly Bill Brocious and Michael Biehn as Johnny Ringo in Tombstone.
    Great call - especially Biehn.
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    Re: Best Villian ever

    Tony Soprano, anyone?
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    Re: Best Villian ever

    Quote Originally Posted by Chip R
    Tony Soprano, anyone?
    Tony can be lovable, you could eat a sausage and have a beer with Tony, talking bout sports and cars.... can't see me doing that with Crabby Appleton though.

    *Shudder*

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    Re: Best Villian ever

    For every action there is an equal and opposite criticism.

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    Re: Best Villian ever

    Chris Walken is everything.

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    Re: Best Villian ever

    Kevin Spacey as Kaiser Soze in "The Usual Suspects", IMHO, trumps just about everyone. A couple other great performances...

    John Turturro as Bernie Bernbaum in "Miller's Crossing" (one of the most underrated flicks of all time)

    Annette Bening as the Marquise de Merteuil in "Valmont" (light years better than "Dangerous Laisions")
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    Re: Best Villian ever

    Sava, you're right about Tim Curry as Pennywise in IT. He was scary as hell.
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    Re: Best Villian ever

    Quote Originally Posted by Benny-Distefano
    Chris Walken is everything.
    Well, he was pretty comical in A View to A Kill
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    Re: Best Villian ever

    Quote Originally Posted by SteelSD

    Annette Bening as the Marquise de Merteuil in "Valmont" (light years better than "Dangerous Laisions")
    You ain't kidding.
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    Re: Best Villian ever

    Michael Rooker in "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer"

    One of the most disturbing films ever made.



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