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  • #16
    Re: Dramatic Villians

    Originally posted by insanegenius
    Prescribe halt with the screenwriter talk just a minute. Would you intoduce a guy like Tony M. to your daughter? Alright. Protag whatever Say goodbye to the bad guy.
    Yeah, this argument comes up once in a while, and I side with you on it.

    We have the usual protag/antag definitions, but these have nothing to do with whether he/she is a good or bad person, under society's rules.

    I subscribe to the villain in the "a wicked or evil person; someone who does evil deliberately" meaning, rather than tying it completely to the antagonist definition used for fictional work.

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    • #17
      Re: Dramatic Villians

      The Kurgan in Highlander.

      Clancy Brown is/was awesome at playing bad guys, like Hadley in Shawshank, but I think this one is his best. A creepy, virtually-unstoppable villain, and his exchanges with Connery are classic.

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      • #18
        Re: Dramatic Villians

        Brian Donlevy as Sgt. Markoff in Beau Geste.

        Bruce Dern in The Cowboys

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