11. Blade runner.
12. The mark of a good villain is one that has identified a problem correctly but has become completely attached to a bad solution for it.
13. Generally I think Dr. Doofenshmirtz had a point in the first movie. Evil Dr.D’s reason for being evil being the loss of a toy train is kinda… meh.
14. Megamind. Privilege dictates social status.
15. Easy. Attack of the Clones. The Villain, Count Dooku, straight up told Obi-wan that the Galactic Republic was under the control of a Sith Master.
Which, this bothered me. Ok, so you think Count Dooku was lying. Couldn’t like one Jedi double-check the vetting on the Chancellor, just to make sure? Wouldn’t that have been prudent ‘hey, just in case guys, let’s look into this’.
16. Flint Marko (AKA Sandman) from Spider-Man 3. He’s a desperate father with a daughter on her deathbed, just trying to amass the funding necessary to bring her back to health.
17. Not a movie but Squidward from SpongeBob, he’s not really the villain technically but many children hate him. as you grow up you truly realize that he’s not wrong at all.
18. Every sports movie where they show rivals as villains.
19. Khan was right, Kirk could have at least sent a fruit basket a long over the years.
20. General Hummel (Ed Harris) in The Rock.
All he wanted was for soldiers’ sacrifices to be recognized by their government.
He just chose the worst possible way to pursue that goal.