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The problem lies in choosing between the quiet, brooding menace of the villains portrayed by Mitchum [a superb and much underrated actor] and the 'over the top' entertaining villainy of someone like A

No more than a comparatively gentle descendant of Henry Potter in 'It's A Wonderful Life.'   "You once called me a warped, frustrated, old man. What are you but a warped, frustrated young man? A mis

Frank Booth played by Dennis Hopper in Blue Velvet

Nurse Ratched in One Flew over the Cuckoos nest

Jack in the Shining

Keyser Soze in the Usual Suspects

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Marlon Brando, 'Apocalypse Now'.

 

I thought he was a good guy. His insanity and wish to die is an indication of his ultimate goodness and humanity. A truly evil villain would have not gone insane or sought death from all the killing. Same is true of Lady Macbeth.

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Bennett from Commando. End of thread

 

HAHAHA I love that film.

 

"Let off some steam, Bennett"

 

"I let him go"

 

"I eat green berets for breakfast and right now I'm very hungry"

 

"Any carry-on luggage?" / "Just him."

 

"And if you want your kid back, then you gotta co-operate, right?" / "Wrong."

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