Collider.com dropped a dope list of the 15 best movie villians of the 21st century.
While the list is not perfect - it does hit a lot of the best ones.
Let's take a look at the top 10 and see if we agree.
Magneto: A definite savage worthy of being on this list I would say.
Mrs. Carmody. Although I did enjoy the movie "The Mist," I don't know I'd put her in the top 10. I'd put J.K. Simmons from "Whiplash" ahead of her for sure.
Captain Vidal. Pan's Labyrinth is such a classic if you haven't seen it I highly suggest you do. I would throw the good captain in the top 10. This scene show's some of the savagery Vidal practiced.
Dolores Umbridge. LOL. My friend Ashlee Feldman from JAMN 94.5 would kill me for this one, but get her off the list ASAP. That is all.
Kyung Chul - "I Saw The Devil" I can't comment on this one because I haven't seen this movie, but after watching the trailer below, I might have to. Damn.
Bill The Butcher - "Gangs of New York"
100% yes. Daniel Day Lewis was phenomenal in this movie - he took this character to the next level.
Check out his first scene from the movie below.
Amazing Amy - "Gone Girl"
This is why Dolores Umbridge doesn't even belong on this list. Rosamund Pike was perhaps the most frightening female villian ever, nevermind the 21st Century.
Take a look at one of the best written and acted scenes from the movie below.
Hans Landa - "Inglorious Basterds"
Brilliant. Christopher Waltz won the Academy Award for his role in the film. I feel like he masters every role he plays. I.E. Django Unchained.
Anton Chigurh - "No Country For Old Men"
This would be one of my top contenders for number 1. He was a complete savage as the airgun wielding maniac.
For a quick look at how scary he really was, check out the clip below.
Really can't say this shouldn't be number one. The role was so deeply played by Heath Ledger. Reports even said the darkness this role brought contributed to his early death.
Check out my favorite scene from the movie below.