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Greatest Villain of all time?

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    (Original post by pbsjohnz)
    How could we forget this character.

    I dunno if you can necessarily call her a villain. Admittedly she tried to kill them during the "flashlight" scene but that was just instinct, and during the end she technically saves them all from certain death, even if it was again unknowingly.


    Or maybe I should shut up. Yeah.
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    (Original post by HarveyCanis)
    I dunno if you can necessarily call her a villain. Admittedly she tried to kill them during the "flashlight" scene but that was just instinct, and during the end she technically saves them all from certain death, even if it was again unknowingly.


    Or maybe I should shut up. Yeah.
    You have a point.
    The velociraptors were the true villains of JP!
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    How is it not this guy?

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    The Joker

    Who better than him to pull off a nurses outfit? And still look badass while doing so! :love:
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    It's gotta be this nutjob. :yep:
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    The Joker
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    (Original post by Kiss)


    To me the Joker, not because of the conventionality about it being 'the joker' but because he managed to win (to an extent) in the Dark Knight and had to allow Batman to take the fall for Gotham's soul.

    Or this *****:



    Hated her.
    THIS. sorry dude, my rep gun is empty, but have this instead! :thumbsup:
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    Asher from Spartacus.



    He is a tragic villian, a victim of unfortunate circumstances and rejection that causes him to become a cunning bastard. His scenes are amongst my favourites.
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    I really hope no one has said Loki...
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    The child catcher in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang!
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    The Joker from the Dark Knight,
    Moriarty from the BBC adaption of Sherlock,
    And I also find Loki quite a brilliant villian.
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    (Original post by ScottishShortiex)
    The child catcher in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang!
    Oh, my, he used to freak me out!

    'Children!!! Lollipops! Lollipops and icecreeeeam! And all free today...'

    Shudder...
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    Squidward :teehee:
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    (Original post by marsman13)
    The Joker is a don in the Dark Knight. So of course him
    I second this.

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