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post #136 of 202
Not sure that he qualifies as a "villain," but he's pretty bad ass...







post #137 of 202
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Not sure that he qualifies as a "villain," but he's pretty bad ass...









He looks great...Very sharp...
post #138 of 202
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We did forget him...

He was buried in one of his cloaks. I always thought that was nice.
post #139 of 202
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Mark Strong in "Body of lies"...

+1 - outstanding
post #140 of 202
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Mark Strong in "Body of lies"...

+1

http://www.indielondon.co.uk/Film-Re...rong-interview
post #141 of 202
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I love the story with Johnny offering him the bespoke suits left behind by the dead billionaire.

It is a bit spooky...

Great suits...
post #142 of 202
Get Carter is absurdly good however the best scene is when he is not clothed with the nude shotgun threats.
post #143 of 202
"You're just a little piece of competition."
LL
post #144 of 202
One of the best underrated movie villain...
LL
post #145 of 202
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Lovely lady on the right...Is it Monica Belluci?

I believe it is.
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post #147 of 202
^^ +1

I actually really liked Jim Carrey's wardrobe in Lemony-Snickett.
post #148 of 202
Hate to admit it, but I kind of did too...
post #149 of 202
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Not sure that he qualifies as a "villain," but he's pretty bad ass...
Caine, doesn't play a villain in that film more an anti-hero. Nevertheless, in this case it's acceptable to bend the rules...
post #150 of 202
Alain Delon in Le Samourai..
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