Film villains you feel for?



Biff Tannen when he crashes into the manure at the end of BTTF2. He gets his almanac twocked of that Calvin Klein twat and crashes into a manure truck for the second time in as many days.
 

Seaham Towny

Striker
Voldemort.

Realistically just wanted what was best for his people. Raised in an orphanage because his dad didn’t want him. Had to deal with a very aggressive underground faction who eventually murdered him and overthrew his government.
 
Shooter McGavin.

Generational talent who just wanted to look after his financial future when his playing days were over, then that wanky hockey playing upstart joined the tour and had some beginner’s luck.
Speaking of 90s Sandler films....

Whatever the name of the bad guy in Billy Maddison was. The lad was an idiot and shouldn't be running a business empire.
 

safcforever

Striker
The bloke out of Riddick. He was destined to be the leader and waited patiently. Some knobber jumps in, kills his boss and claims the throne.
poor lad.
 

Daz965

Goalkeeper
There’s a brilliant theory that he was self protective because he knew he was gay and was acting in his best interests to evade detection

There’s a brilliant theory that he was self protective because he knew he was gay and was acting in his best interests to evade detection.
Never crossed my mind but aye he is as camp as Christmas now you mention it.
 

General Zod

Striker
Mason Verger (Gary Oldman) in Hannibal. Got mutilated by Hanibal Lector & spent his life trying to even the score only to suffer the awful death he planned for his agressor
 
Thanos. Just wants to wipe out half the universe so he gan shopping or out for a meal and it be nice and quiet. I felt that.

Well either giving him a stern talking to or giving him a paper cut works just as good…


 

Boinger

Winger
Definitely Dick Dastardly. The amount of times I was rooting for him in Wacky Races. His crew in Catch The Pigeon were Boris Johnson level incompetent too.

The problem with Dick was all his own making. The number of times he was leading the race, only for him to stop to concoct his next diabolical caper, was criminal.

Just should have kept his foot on the gas.
 

JonJon

Central Defender
Sorry norra fillum but Cersei Lannister has to be the most hard done by 'villain' in recent popular culture.
 
Mason Verger (Gary Oldman) in Hannibal. Got mutilated by Hanibal Lector & spent his life trying to even the score only to suffer the awful death he planned for his agressor
Mason Verger molested kids and raped his sister. Lector had him mutilate himself after he used his connections to avoid prosecution.
 

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