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Favorite Disney Villain

Postby Zed Alpha » 17 Dec 2008, 17:28

Mine is Hopper from A Bug's Life. He's....ruthless and effective. Odd combo in a Disney movie, and it works well for a grasshopper.

Otherwise, there's Frollo, from Hunchback of Notre Dame, simply for Hellfire, his villains song. Best. Villain song. Ever.
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Postby CommanderKeen » 17 Dec 2008, 17:33

I'm partial to Jafar from Aladdin as he's the first Disney villain I saw on the big screen.
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Re: Favorite Disney Villain

Postby CyberTractor » 17 Dec 2008, 18:04

Zed Alpha wrote:Otherwise, there's Frollo, from Hunchback of Notre Dame, simply for Hellfire, his villains song. Best. Villain song. Ever.


Frollo is probably my favorite because in his eyes he isn't doing anything wrong.


Maleficent is cool, too, becuase of the whole dragon thing.
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Postby TheSeriousBusiness » 17 Dec 2008, 18:54

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Postby Jillers » 17 Dec 2008, 19:46

Maleficent. How many Disney Villains do you know of that can call upon the powers of hell?
Scar also gets major points for actually killing off the guy he set out to kill (yeah, stick that in your pip and smoke it, Jafar).
Frollo is an amazing antagonist, but I give those props to Victor Hugo.

Wait wait wait wait wait.... I know a good list already in existence about this same exact topic, which I pretty much agree with.
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Postby Tank_girl » 17 Dec 2008, 19:50

The shot gun in Old Yeller.
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Postby tak197 » 17 Dec 2008, 19:53

Hmm...

Not Ursela, she scared the crap out of me. And I actually had to look up who Chernabog was (Night on Bald Mountain).


I can narrow it down between four:

Madame Medusa: She reminds me of Vicki Lawrence with a flair for the white trash.

Prince John: He was just freakin' hilarious, an elitist lion cub with a thumb-sucking habit.

Hades: Soooooooo charismatic and funny, in that evil way.

Gaston: Probably the best pompous jerk ever.

EDIT: because of allison, I have to add a fifth one...

Izma: A woman whose answer to offing the hero is transformation, shipping and handling charges, and hitting the box with a hammer. And having the most kickass henchman
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Postby Evil Jim » 17 Dec 2008, 20:09

Chernabog.
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Mussorgsky is one of my favourite composers & I looooove Night on a Bald Mountain.

Bonus points to Jillers for finding the top 11 list from That Guy With The Glasses.
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Postby allison » 17 Dec 2008, 20:09

captain hook, scar, hedies, and kronk.. theres so many good ones, i loves me a good villian
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Postby Jillers » 17 Dec 2008, 20:14

Evil Jim wrote:
Mussorgsky is one of my favourite composers & I looooove Night on a Bald Mountain.

Bonus points to Jillers for finding the top 11 list from That Guy With The Glasses.


I can't listen to Night on a Bald Mountain because of Fantasia. Thanks for the nightmares Disney.
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Postby Fuzzyfreaker » 17 Dec 2008, 20:30

I'm going to go for Captain Hook. Hilarious and ruthless.
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Postby Lavos » 17 Dec 2008, 21:41

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Postby Dominic Appleguard » 17 Dec 2008, 21:49

Hades.
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Postby TheRocket » 17 Dec 2008, 22:06

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Postby arallyn » 17 Dec 2008, 22:10

Maleficent for evilness, Scar for effectiveness, and Ursula for being scary as hell.

Overall, gonna have to go with Scar, pretty much just cause I like the Lion King. Maleficent definitely has somethin goin for her though.
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Postby tak197 » 17 Dec 2008, 22:39

allison wrote:captain hook, scar, hedies, and kronk.. theres so many good ones, i loves me a good villian


You see, i see Kronk as more of a henchman. I mean he rocks out the squirrel talk and in the animated series, he's just as goofy. I think you would mean Izma...

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Postby masamune » 18 Dec 2008, 00:11

walt disney.
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Postby Cake » 18 Dec 2008, 00:35

I now feel comfortable saying that The Emperor's New Groove is one of my favorite movies ever.
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Postby theduckthief » 18 Dec 2008, 00:52

Jillers wrote:
Evil Jim wrote:
Mussorgsky is one of my favourite composers & I looooove Night on a Bald Mountain.

Bonus points to Jillers for finding the top 11 list from That Guy With The Glasses.


I can't listen to Night on a Bald Mountain because of Fantasia. Thanks for the nightmares Disney.


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Favourite Disney Villian

Postby RobertMc123 » 18 Dec 2008, 01:58

Cake wrote:I now feel comfortable saying that The Emperor's New Groove is one of my favorite movies ever.


"Bad Llama"

Brilliant, also best Disney villian above all, The Queen from Snow White, she wants the girl dead because she looks better than her? What the hell is that?
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Postby spartanhelmet » 18 Dec 2008, 03:14

masamune wrote:walt disney.


/thread.

We've reached critical mass of truth. In preserving the body, we've only let-linger the evil of a man who... made... kids animation. DAMMIT, that doesn't sound bad. How can I phrase it?...

And might I add the Jonas brothers. Seemingly, they're popular... and the youth of today are out of control... it's correlation, people!

I was about to say Hades, but that's been covered. I haven't seen Hercules since I was about 9, but I can surprisingly conjure up an image.
of how the character looked, moved and acted in general.

... and in conclusion, it is Disney itself which is evil. It uses nicey-wicey characters and stories to corrupt us.
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Postby Zed Alpha » 18 Dec 2008, 03:44

No.....Disney, an evil man, used Disney films, small specks of wonderful, to entertain children.

He used the theme parks, the wonderful, addicting theme parks, to corrupt children.
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Postby Alex Steacy » 18 Dec 2008, 03:54

Zed Alpha wrote:No.....Disney, an evil man, used Disney films, small specks of wonderful, to entertain children.

He used the theme parks, the wonderful, addictive theme parks, to corrupt children.


Just gotta heil grammar here a bit. The whole addicting/addictive reversal really, really grates on my nerves. Here's how I believe those words are meant to be used:

"Courtney love forced Matt Wiggins to snort a pound of blow at a party, thereby addicting him to cocaine. As we all know, cocaine is very addictive."

Furthermore, www.addictinggames.com should really be www.addictivegames.com. I can't tell if they're dim or just don't want to sound like they're peddling digital crack.

Also, what?

Disneyland is awesome. Matt, Graham and Paul will corroborate this.
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Postby Cake » 18 Dec 2008, 03:59

I hate Disneyland.
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Postby spartanhelmet » 18 Dec 2008, 05:35

Alex Steacy wrote:Furthermore, www.addictinggames.com should really be www.addictivegames.com. I can't tell if they're dim or just don't want to sound like they're peddling digital crack.

Well, I figure that they decided to use a (god knows which) progressive conjugation to more strongly frame the verb itself - either that or a subconcious trigger assuming people think in the perfect future progressive tense when reading with self-implied conjugation.

Instead of "games which addict", they decided to promote the whole "addiction to a game" concept it seems their whole identity is built on. It lines up with your digital crack pathology ... but who the hell would take the time to cherry pick verbs when they just want to make some god damn money out of you?
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