Top Ten Best Movie VillainsEvery cloud has a silver lining. These guys I genuinely thought were threatening, interesting, and powerful foes to be reckoned with.More Like This
From order of least threatening to...wow.
10: Tom Riddle 'Lord Vauldemort'
A compelling and nuanced character who however was a somewhat underwhelming villain, Tom Riddle AKA Vauldemort has the distinction of having a sympathetic backstory but remaining till the last completely unredeemable by his own choice. He's low on the list because he's a little generically 'villainy' down to laughing maniacally and making dumb decisions, but as a villain even before he shows his presence is felt. No one speaks his name allowed (which turns out to be a practically as well as a symbolic decision later) and he's said to command minds, summon monsters, and twist reality to forward his schemes...all while being a disembodied parasite! He looks nifty and suitably villainous, there's nothing he won't do to accomplish his ends, he has some degree of strategy, he's unapolo
Mankind is Not Evil: ProofHUMAN EQUATIONMore Like This
Outcome: Human is Equal to Animal.
-Animal does not equal evil or good. Driven by instinct.
-If mankind is equal to animal, then man is driven by instinct. Neither good nor evil.
-Therefore, mankind does not equal evil.
Outcome: Human is Not the Same as Animal.
-Possible cause 1: They Possess Morality.
-If mankind possesses morality, mankind has the capacity for both good and evil.
-Therefore, mankind does not equal evil. He has choice.
-Possible cause 2: Mankind is Worse then Animals.
-Mankind is evil by default and without choice, therefore evil has no meaning.
-Mankind is equal to evil, but evil has no meaning.
Outcome: Good and Evil are Meaningless Concepts.
-Evil and good are equal.
-Therefore good and evil have no meaning.
-Mankind could be either, but mankind does not equal evil because evil has no meaning.