Best Movie Villain:Non-sports related included

Postby Frank the Tank » 27 Jan 2005, 17:04

Snake wrote:What about Gretchen Mol from Rounders? While she wasn't the storyline villain (And John Malkovich was brilliant in that role), she was definitely the one you hate at the end of the flick.

That's a good call! She's really hot in that movie, but asking Mike to give up poker, that's just too much. She's like the siren trying to get Mike to crash on the rocks.
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Postby Snake » 27 Jan 2005, 17:06

She was the ultimate obnoxious girlfriend. If I ever dated a woman like that... well scratch that I wouldn't date a woman like that no matter who she was.
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Postby Big Scary Monster » 27 Jan 2005, 17:51

Snake wrote:She was the ultimate obnoxious girlfriend. If I ever dated a woman like that... well scratch that I wouldn't date a woman like that no matter who she was.


Ultimate? Come on, she was a wet blanket for sure, but I wouldn't call her the ultimate. What about Adrian? What about the chick from Hoosiers? What about Helena Bohnham Carter in Fight Club? What about Rosie Perez in White Men Can't Jump?
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Postby JohnnyDamon » 27 Jan 2005, 18:17

Myra Fleener did suck, and that kiss was, along with Tavington's church roast, one of the more uncomfortable scenes in cinematic history.
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Postby Ubertrout » 27 Jan 2005, 19:07

I wouldn't say Marla Singer was that bad. As dysfunctional as the main character is in Fight Club, she was almost perfect for him.
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Postby mister bacon » 27 Jan 2005, 20:43

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Postby Tecmo Bo » 27 Jan 2005, 22:18

Great actors appreciate that sometimes less is more.
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Postby jack_daniels » 28 Jan 2005, 00:22

John Malkovich is brilliant in anything he does. There are always these actors who are just BRILLIANT in their performances, they make them memorable that guys like us(and MoreCowbell) can discuss and analyze em, no matter how bad the movie was.

Joe Pantoliano(aka Joey Pants)-the most memorable supporting character in television history(ok thats saying a lot but...I dont care)

James Woods-just consistent with everything he does

Robert De Niro- I can't comprehend how amazing this guy is especially in his gangster movies

Phillip seymour Hoffman-quickly becoming this generation's Joey Pants and James Woods

Gary Oldman- he was fuckin sick in True Romance

Dennis Hopper- his character in Blue Velvet was without a doubt the sickest motherfucker in movie history. David Lynch has a sick mind.
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Postby Snake » 28 Jan 2005, 01:36

I would absolutely put Gretchen Mol over any of those others. Marla Singer was one of the best characters in cinema, and I don't think he was with her, Tyler was. Or how did that work? What a trippy movie that was.
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Postby Big Scary Monster » 28 Jan 2005, 13:17

Snake wrote:I would absolutely put Gretchen Mol over any of those others. Marla Singer was one of the best characters in cinema, and I don't think he was with her, Tyler was. Or how did that work? What a trippy movie that was.


I guess she isn't that bad, but still when she becomes your power animal and non-chalantly says "slide" as she blows out her cigarette, its definately a bummer.
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Postby mister bacon » 29 Jan 2005, 13:27

jack_daniels wrote:John Malkovich is brilliant in anything he does. There are always these actors who are just BRILLIANT in their performances, they make them memorable that guys like us(and MoreCowbell) can discuss and analyze em, no matter how bad the movie was.

Joe Pantoliano(aka Joey Pants)-the most memorable supporting character in television history(ok thats saying a lot but...I dont care)

James Woods-just consistent with everything he does

Robert De Niro- I can't comprehend how amazing this guy is especially in his gangster movies

Phillip seymour Hoffman-quickly becoming this generation's Joey Pants and James Woods

Gary Oldman- he was fuckin sick in True Romance

Dennis Hopper- his character in Blue Velvet was without a doubt the sickest motherfucker in movie history. David Lynch has a sick mind.


Aww.. no love for Steve Buschemi??
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Re: Best Movie Villain:Non-sports related included

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Re: Best Movie Villain:Non-sports related included

Postby MisterTambourineMan » 10 Apr 2017, 09:35

The best movie villain was Natalie Portman in Garden State.
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