Many remember more the villains than the protagonists of these popular films, because their performances were totally epic.
For many people, heroes and villains are usually characters that star in great and epic epics, which have appeared in great stories of the big screen , which are usually superhero movies. Although these types of figures tend to be more identifiable as contemporary representations, in reality they go back to a much more distant past, in which these concepts were represented by mythological figures who used to refer to virtues or vices, light and darkness, among other concepts that are generally contrary to each other. But as the narrative media were changing, these concepts were also doing in due time, filling nuances to this type of characters , and making these narrative figures more complex, giving way to even new concepts and archetypes such as the anti- narrative. hero , to give an example. In addition to that, it is said that a hero is interesting as long as his villain is also, but sometimes the villains become so iconic that being represented in a film adaptation, it becomes more popular than the heroes to whom it belongs. faced, and the following villains were so accepted by the public that they stole the show from the heroes of their stories.
1. Vincent - Collateral.
This character, played by Tom Cruise, is the most charismatic of this film, since it has a cold and calculating personality but at the same time has a certain charm that makes it more identifiable with the viewer.
2. Count Olaf - A Series of Unfortunate Events.
This funny character is hard to hate, much in part because of the great performance of Jim Carrey in this role. He is a very funny villain, and although we do not want him to triumph, if we laugh with his witticisms.
3. Hannibal Lecter - The Silence of the Innocents.
This character is very charismatic because he has a great intelligence as well as being a great manipulator, from the first moment that Anthony Hopkins appears on screen fascinates the spectators.
4. Dracula - Dracula of Bram Stoker.
This character is presented in a more human form in the film directed by Francis Ford Coppola. In this film we see a little of his motivations and so we can feel quite identified with him.