Whether it’s a powered-up supervillain looking to take over the world, a final opponent armed with deadly kicks, punches, and cartoonish muscles, or a henchman looking to stop a hero in his tracks, a villain with a dominating physique can be the best part of the movie., 1984 Dossier: Before he turned heroic in later installments, Schwarzenegger’s musclebound robotic villain tried to hunt down Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton) to stop her from giving birth to John Connor—the man who would lead the resistance against the machines.Schwarzenegger’s days as a champion bodybuilder made him perfect for the part—so intimidating, in fact, that he only needed a few lines and a handful of menacing stares to immediately become one of the most memorable movie villains of all time.As Peter Stormare’s character says in John Wick: Chapter 2: “Who does that?! )Obviously the Joker is as big of a fan of murdering people with pens as John Wick is as another incarnation of the Batman baddie has made it onto this list.Jack Nicholson’s Joker also used a pen (this time a feathered quill) to kill someone in 1989’s Batman.Whether hearty plumber, battleworn grunt or cutesey farmyard animal, the colourful stars of video games have become emblems of their respective eras.Mario, Sonic and their ilk are the De Niros and Bogarts of the gaming world, closer to the hearts of die-hard console-addicts than any Hollywood icon could be.The most surprising thing is how funny "Manifesto" is, on occasion.Your mileage may vary (humor is subjective, and all that).
Arguably the worst named character in the history of gaming (a fiercely fought category, admittedly), Mr Kong was supposedly called ' Donkey' because his Japanese creator and game-devising legend, Shigeru Miyamoto, thought ' Donkey' meant stubborn or stupid in English, and ' Kong' was Japanese slang for Gorilla. Now somewhat overshadowed by his overalls-loving owner, Kong lives on through his 20 strong back catalogue, as well as his appearances in the Smash Bros and Mario Kart series.
Its black and white imagery gives us a feeling of being there; the vacant lot along the East River waterfront, the empty lot in Bushwick, the streets of Mott Haven, the sweatshops.
I will say that my opinion of the movie is slightly tainted.
Charlotte is young and modern, not a hair out of place, superficial, cool; she reads fashion magazines - does she have the perfect bust?
She lives in a Paris suburb with her son and her ...