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This is very similar to the Johnny Depp image I posted a week or two ago where his face is meshed into different roles.  What he have here is something slightly different, where we combine three of the most significant movie villains into one image.  It seems these three unforgettable characters all pose in the same, ‘I’ll rip out your own intestines and feed it to you’ type of death stare.  Regardless, maybe it’s more than enough reason to persuade you to watch all three of these movies again.  [For those who don’t know: it’s Alex DeLarge from A Clockwork Orange, The Joker from The Dark Knight, and Tyler Durden from Fight Club].  May these psychos find each other soon and plot to dominate the world.

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I’ve compiled an interesting bundle of videos of famous actors paying homage to amazing cinema villains seemingly paid for by The New York Times.  Below you’ll see Brad Pitt, Jean Dujardin, Mia Wasikowska, Gary Oldman, Kristen Dunst, etc. etc.  playing some of the most awesome renditions of infamous faces like Alex DeLarge, Ray LaMotta, and Eraserhead.  See all of them below.  On another note, Rooney Mara gives me another reason to go absolutely bonkers over her.  I’m sorry most of the videos are un-embeddable.  Please don’t mind switching over to Youtube to watch the actual videos.

See the Gallery of images here and the compiled videos below.  Or it might be easier if I just link you to the actual playlist here starting with Jessica Chastain.  Whatever works best for you.

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Some movies have moments where the violence is so disgusting or the scene so disturbing, that it would disturbing or disgusting for you as a human being if you didn’t feel any antipathy towards the seen, there’s likely something wrong with you.  So I’ve compiled a list of several fairly mainstream movies that have fairly graphic scenes.  I’m aware there are films that are relatively close to being snuff films that show extremely graphic moments, but I’m going to stay more towards Hollywood and stuff.  Hit the jump for the following scenes.  WARNING: extremely graphic scenes and videos below.  I don’t recommend you watch any scenes of movies you if you haven’t seen them as they might give away spoilers.

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One of the main reason we watch movies is to watch a likable and relatable hero/heroine overcome hardship and trial in the span of two hours.  It’s the reason that they’re likable that allows us to sit for two hours of our lives in a chair/couch/what-have-you.  On several occasions, I’ve seen movies when the opposite happens and I find myself in a situation: do I sit through 2 hours worth and watch an entire movie with an unlikable protagonist I care nothing about?  Some heroes are so unlikable, that I’ve wanted to stop watching a movie because of how difficult to become attached and to care for this particular character.  That doesn’t mean the movie isn’t good, it just makes it difficult to follow through, and usually the unlikable character gets some sort of redemption by the end.  It’s only when the movie ends as a total drag that I feel pissed off for wasting two hours of my life.  Unlikable leads areprevalent in indie films and I honestly probably haven’t seen enough to do this list justice, but I’m gonna damn well try.  Anyways, hit the jump to see some characters from good movies that are more than unlikable.

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