Top Ten Best Batman Movie Villainsaman28
The Top Ten
It seems odd to me that Heath Ledger is the only person that needs to take pills to act like the joker
NOBODY.. Mark my words, 'Nobody' could play Joker's role as brilliant as Heath Ledger did..
His acting was marvelous.. He brought life to the character..
The thing that makes him the best is that NO ONE thought he would be a good Joker. And he ended being the best Joker possibly ever. - OriginalVisionary
The fact is only christopher nolan made great Batman movies all others are junk...penguin,poisen ivy,dr freeze...oh stupid...the two greatest Batman movie villains are joker and bane..but joker is the best villain no doubt we must give the credit to Heath ledger and Nolan.V 14 Comments
When batman in 1989 came out, there hadn't been a batman film for almost 25 years. this man, along with Michael Keaton, brought batman to a new base of fans and did a great job to portray the craziness of the role.
Jack Nicholson's Joker is the combination of three villain parts: The standard gang criminal, the funny and plain crazy villain and the insane, killer psychotic. He should be at first place.
Always plays crazy better then anyone, ie. the shining, anger management, and one flew over the coocoo's nest.
Ledger's is planning chaos
He IS chaos. - iliekpiez
Heath Ledger's Joker was more sadistic and had more character, but Tom Hardy plays Bane perfectly and Bane was absolutely menacing, like I would shit myself if that guy got his hands on me. Therefore, Bane is the best villain.
He freaked me out scarecrow was the mask joker was the knife and bane was the back breaking - 9361721
Tom hardy s poetry of bane was just perfect he played well and hardy is a brilliant actor
So you think darkess is your ally? You merely adopted the dark. I was born in it. Moulded by it. I didn't see daylight until I bcame a man.V 3 Comments
If it wasn't for Aaron Eckhart's Two Face, The Dark Knight wouldn't have even been half as good as it was. His character was the perfect portrayal of a man who was the great "white knight" and put away criminals and became even worse than the criminals himself as he became demented and introduced the very anarchy Joker spoke of. The scenes with Two-Face were the best (particularly the driver scene) and his psychosis and behavior is well-observed as he is a complete villain persona in the end and the best portrayal of this character archetype.
Its not about wills and wants its always conditions and people at last are the same and the fair judgement not based on wills based on 50 50 chance which I learned from tragic hero and super villain two face harvey dent is more than two face he is the white knight symbole of fate which becomes twoface symbol of chance and nihil
Devito and Burton added a lot of poetry and "gothic" to the character (originally a gangster) that makes us empathize with this poor Oswald.
And great acting by Danny Devito.
DeVito is not only the best version of The Penguin but one of the best versions of any villain. He's crazy scary and really sympathetic and should at least be at second place.
More realistic then that silly goofy over the top 1960s Adam West Batman penguin, this penguin should've been in the dark Knight with Heath ledger's joker
This is a villain no other can match. - iliekpiezV 5 Comments
Murphy was the first actor to actually capture the Scarecrow's true villainy and threatening atmosphere.
He wasn't a bad Scarecrow, but one of the first choices Nolan had for the job was Marilyn Manson. I believe he would have played the part better - Shake_n_Bake13
I think he was perfect for the role; he can be creepy when he needs to be. My second fave villain
THhe only good scarecrowV 1 Comment
Michelle Pfeiffer was brilliant as Catwoman - Alexandr
She was sexy and dangerous.
A great role in the second part, on the embodient of CAT.
Best ever!V 1 Comment
He's the best thing about Batman Forever and perfectly captured the character, The Riddler. He should be higher.
Riddler is green what is man, in mask Jimm Carrey is in film be great part, werry happy style and speedly.
He had such an excellent fighting skill! He trained Bruce. Bruce became the batman. And Ra's even tried to destroy Gotham!
Liam neeson was just great for the rule
She's not a villain in this movie - DoroExploro13
I hate Catwoman - Maxi0246
I don't know how this guy didn't get in the top 5 HECK they didn't even put him about the CRAAPPYY poison ivy of uma thurmans world he should be in that top ten above Talia and RiddlerV 1 Comment
You really learn to like Max throughout the movie and his partnership with The Penguin. He should definitely be on the list.
Easily the most intimidating intelligent and evil villain.
What could be better than a movie filled with ice puns? - pharaoh45
You're Joking RIGHT!
"allow me to break the ice. " awesome - biscuits
Best Joker in human history! - asantalo
Why isn't this in the top Ten? - CNSucksNow
The real number 1 - 445956
Lower than Mr Freeze in Batman and Robin? What are you smoking? - 445956
OBVIOUSLY! He’s the best! This is my all time favorite (not only Batman or DC, but) Superhero Movie. Mark did a humongous job of excellence! I mean still can’t beat TAS. But he is always great. Plus Killing Joke is my favorite Graphic Novel. I really enjoyed this story, more than Alan Moore does (I do respect him a lot). So basically, I’ll vote this forever. NUMBER 1! - asantalo
In forest insect, and merget profesor artist great creature in deadly power. Thin is art Jeep Swenson, s, creature name Bane.
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2. Jack Nicholson's Joker - Batman
3. Heath Ledger's Joker - The Dark Knight
2. Tommy Lee Jones's Two Face - Batman Forever
3. Mark Hamill's Joker - Batman: The Killing Joke
2. Aaron Eckhart's Harvey Dent/Two-Face - The Dark Knight
3. Tom Hardy's Bane - The Dark Knight Rises
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