The Mixed Tape

100 Great Villains: Part I by tylercoenrrea
October 11, 2009, 8:31 pm
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In the upcoming weeks we will be taking a look at some of the greatest antagonists to ever grace the screen. This isn’t a breakdown of the greatest villains of all time, that would be too difficult. Instead, it shall be a variety of colorful characters that represent different kinds of evil and darkness. Every week comes 10 different villains so lets begin with a few forgotten, but memorable bad guys.

100. Ace Merrill (Stand By Me) played by Kiefer Sutherland


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“Okay… Okay… You’ve stated your position clearly. Now I’m gonna state mine: get in the f–cking car, now!”

99. Peter McCabe (Desperate Measures) played by Michael Keaton

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“You have to appreciate the irony. After all these years of being locked up, I’m given the opportunity to kill again. A cop’s kid too, and all I have to do is sit right here.”

98. Dean Trumbell (Punch Drunk Love) played by Philip Seymour Hoffman


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97. Henry West (28 Days Later…) played by Chris Eccleston


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“People killing people. Which is much what I saw in the four weeks before infection, and the four weeks before that, and before that, and as far back as I care to remember. People killing people. Which to my mind, puts us in a state of normality right now.”

96. Guido (Risky Business) played by Joe Pantoliano


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“If I didn’t have any self-respect, it wouldn’t just be the furniture, it would be your arms, your legs, your head.”

95. Ivan Korshanov (Air Force One) played by Gary Oldman


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“Your national security advisor has been executed. He’s a very good negotiator. He bought you another half hour.”

94. Rip (Less Than Zero) played by James Spader


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“I don’t wanna trust you, Julian, I just want my 50 K, all right?”

93. Victor Sweet (Four Brothers) played by Chiwetel Ejiofor


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“You don’t pay a ho to f–k. You pay her to leave. what you pay out-of-town shooters to do? You pay them to et the hell back out of town. That’s what I asked for, out-of-town shooters. What’d I get? In-town shooters.”

92. Liberty Valance (The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance) played by Lee Marvin


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“Either you get out of town, or tonight you be out on that street alone. You be there, and don’t makes us come and get you.”

91. Walter Finch (Insomnia) played by Robin Williams


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“You and I share a secret. We know how easy it is to kill someone. That ultimate taboo. It doesn’t exist outside our own minds.”

What do you think? Got some favorite villains. Let me know and they might make it into the next 9 posts.

-Tyler Correa


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