What Movie Villain Are You?

The best movie villains are the ones that overshadow the protagonists, the deciding factor on what makes a movie a classic. Find out which of the five most famous movie villains you’re most like, and join the ranks of cinemas most captivating presences.

Fashion Stork
Created By Fashion Stork
On Mar 29, 2017

Someone would describe your talkativeness as...

You are challenged to a fight, what do you do?

Sex?

What’s the best way to make money?

How’s your relationship with your father?

What was your childhood like?

What’s your ideal vacation?

What do you most like to read and/or watch?

Hannibal Lecter (Silence of the Lambs)

Hannibal Lecter (Silence of the Lambs)

Intelligent, with a very refined appreciation for all things classy, you make for a very captivating presence, only furthered by your less than ideal childhood. Messing with people is your specialty, and problem solving is your forte. People come to you for advice, but often, they regret it. Some would describe you as ingenious, others would say sick in the head, but you’re just you, and that’s all that’s important.

Ivan Drago (Rocky IV)

Ivan Drago (Rocky IV)

You can often come off to people that don’t know you as a Cigar Store Indian, but in private, you can be passionate and sincere. You’re excellent in bed, and even more excellent at what you do professionally. You’re the pride of those around you, and even those against you cannot doubt your prowess. If you fail, the failure would be catastrophic. Good thing you have the confidence and know-how to overcome most obstacles.

The Shark (Jaws)

The Shark (Jaws)

You enjoy the simple things in life. Whether you’re in it for the fun of it, or you go place to place based almost entirely on your animalistic instinct, you’re either feared or loved by those that know of you. Those that don’t know of you better watch out, because you tend to come out of nowhere, and when you do, you’re there to stay. Part of you is real, the other part shrouded in legend, the perfect combination.

The Joker (The Dark Knight)

The Joker (The Dark Knight)

Alfred put it best when he said “Some men aren’t looking for anything logical, like money. They can’t be bought, bullied, reasoned, or negotiated with. Some men want to watch the world burn.” Logic often doesn’t interest you, the more aggressive or confident a person is, the easier the target, and you’re no stranger to fun, even if it’s at the expense of others. Basically, you’re just out to have a good time.

Darth Vader (Star Wars)

Darth Vader (Star Wars)

You’re all business. You know what you want, you know what needs to happen, and you get it done. You have very little patience, especially with incompetence, and there are few people you respect. A mentor is never a bad thing, but when you reach their level of expertise, you have no use for them. Your family life is certainly questionable, but the respect you have accumulated professionally partially makes up for it.