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The Bad Guy: The local bully in Hill Valley, Biff is a fully paid-up douchebag with an unfortunate tendency to end up head-first in a pile of manure.How They Were Right: He might be a bully, but in fairness, George McFly is even more of a creep. Lurking outside Lorraine’s window, hoping to see her getting changed? Not very heroic, is it?Though They Probably Shouldn’t Have: He should have listened to Lorraine when she said “no”.
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Feb 14th 2013, 8:16
What about Thomas Gabriel Die Hard 4 ????
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Feb 14th 2013, 8:27
@gwales: Typo on 38. Sorry, not trying to be picky but say it fast and it sounds like a*s (which is kinda funny). Will carry on reading the rest now lolz
Feb 14th 2013, 9:48
No D-fens? He was definately right about knee- capping drive-by shooters.
Feb 14th 2013, 11:03
Agreed on D-Fens the real true Villains Who Were Probably Right... Bodhi and Ozymandias bit hirer though...
Feb 14th 2013, 11:11
Nice article, i've often spent entire films not really knowing who the villain is (quantum of solace until the end), or thinking the hero has gone over the top. I struggle to see how the die h*****ne was "in cold blood" though. he was a terrorist/armed robber who was specifically after mcclane, and also armed. so not in cold blood. Silva would have been well aware of what industry he was in also, and what would have happened when it went wrong.
Feb 14th 2013, 12:24
Die Hard 'example'? is that allowed?
Feb 14th 2013, 13:44
Norman Osborn kinda killed himself, though.
Feb 14th 2013, 14:04
Aren't you kind of defeating the argument of at least one of Magneto and Senator Kelly by having them both on this list?
Feb 14th 2013, 15:05
I think the Joker from The Dark Knight should be here too... he did want to finish off corruption, he just shouldn't have gone off killing and terrorizing the innocent.
Feb 14th 2013, 15:48
Ozymandias is the right pick, he should in top 5 :D
Feb 14th 2013, 15:50
Bad guys are always more interesting when they have good intentions. Why they have to ACT like they think they're evil all the time slightly ruins it however.
Feb 14th 2013, 15:51
.. that's why I always loved Magneto as a character. For example in 'The Last Stand' (yeah, yeah) when he shouts down someone who badmouths Xavier's death.
Feb 14th 2013, 17:08
For number 3 - will people stop referring to the big cool scary T-Rex as male? It's a pretty big part of the film, y'all.
Feb 15th 2013, 17:37
Agent Smith is not right at all. the machines and the otehr agents were probably right with the points that you gave but if you watched the sequels you can clearly see that he just wants to get out of the Matrix and is juust looking out for himself, what with turning everyone into him.
Feb 15th 2013, 18:22
I think that Hadley and sitterson from the cabin in the woods qualify. Even if they try to kill the teens, it's only to save the world! Ps. sorry for the spoiler :)
Feb 16th 2013, 3:03
Robert Ford from The Assassination of Jesse James, corporate guys from District 9, THAT GUY WHOSE IDENTITY IS A SPOILER from Gone Baby Gone, Frank Butterman in Hot Fuzz, Milo in Pusher, John Doe from Seven, John Hamm in The Town
Feb 16th 2013, 16:51
Clyde Shelton from law abiding citizen should be n1
Feb 19th 2013, 20:51
The aliens from Plan 9 from Outer Space set out to save the universe. They should top the list.
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