The 007 and James Bond franchises are known for their tough characters, and each new film is carefully judged by fans in terms of its villainous character. . The James Bond series has memorable and significant negative characters, and many of the best of them have appeared in strong parts. Ral Silva in Skyfall (Javier Bardem), Uric Goldfinger in Golden Claw (Gareth Froeb), Agent 006 in Golden Eye (Sean Bean) and Le Chiffer in Casino Royale (Mads Mickelson) have combined the band's classic films with horror opponents.
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The qualities are very different, and when a badly featured character saves a normal or bad movie, it deserves praise. Even if the clichs are boring and the story is insignificant, a memorable gang villain can show up in a movie that lacks the necessary elements. There are five big negative characters in the gang who managed to be the best aspects of the poor films in this series.
5. Emilio Largo - Fireball ( Thunderball )
- Director: Terence Young
- Actors: Sean Connery, Claudine Agger , Luciana Palozi
- Release Date: 1965
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 87 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the film: 7 out of 10
Sean Connery's fourth adventure after Dr. No, From Russia with love and golden claws, it is very poor in quality. The film has an extraordinary opening scene in which 007 escapes with a jetpack, but this effect diminishes when he is assigned to find the hiding place of two stolen NATO nuclear devices hidden underwater. Unfortunately, the action film does not perform well in the deep sea, but a captain named Emilio Largo (Adolfo Selli) adds a strange quality to the film that changes the blue nature of the story.
This number two agent of Specter, a It was a natural progression for the series until Ernest Stavro Bluffeld was introduced as Donald Pleasant in the movie You Only Live Twice. Largo has real authority and his new character looks unique and a serious threat. Sally proudly parades on her submarine deck, challenging the gang to a card game (which she loses with embarrassment, of course). Largo is really attractive and even in the final awful battle of the film, he shows himself in the best possible way, regardless of the bad storyline.
4. Francisco Scaramanga - The Man With the Golden Gun
- Director: Guy Hamilton
- Actors: Roger Moore, Brit Auckland, Christopher Lee
- Release Date: 1974
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 39 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 6.7 out of 10
Roger Moore There are no interesting movies in this franchise, but at least Monnicker and Octopus are enjoyable despite their cartoon nature. A man with a golden gun was a rare case in which Moore took himself seriously, but the mystery of the film is not convincing at all, and Moore does essentially no detective work. However, Christopher Lee saves the film by playing the role of a deadly assassin named Francisco Scaramanga. Lee always plays the villains and despite the poor quality of the film, he is one of the best bad characters in the whole series.
Scaramanga lives on his island and carefully builds a playground to make himself Prepare to face the gang. His goal is to raise prize money for the gang leader, but he is tempted to find the rival spy himself and spends the entire film preparing for the final challenge. Amidst the film's slow rhythm, Lee improves the rhythm of the film with his acting and the urgency of his character. The gun duel between the two characters is excellently directed by the film's director, Guy Hamilton, and raises the film several degrees higher than it is overall.
3. Max Zourin - A View to a Kill ( A View to a Kill )
- Director: John Glenn
- Actors: > Roger Moore, Grace Jones, Tanya Roberts
- Release Date: 1985
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 38 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 6.3 out of 10
Scene from one Murder is a live-action cartoon. The film's ironic and self-conscious dialogues should have sounded amusing, but Moore was too old for the role and did not engage well at all. Changing the tone of this franchise and seeing the civilian casualties is unfortunate and, in general, the film's emphasis on violent action is unpleasant. However, Christopher Walken fully understands how stupid this film must be and shows the most brutal performance possible. Max Zorin, a bizarre Nazi inventor, devises ridiculous plans to destroy Silicon Valley with his big laser. He walks away from work and has dialogues like "Does anyone want to drop out?" Speaks. Her main student, Meady (Grace Jones), is a rare female anti-hero who goes beyond the role of an ordinary girl in a gang, and her relationship with Walken is also interesting in its own way. Their romance develops naturally, and Midi questions his boss before joining the gang, and his salvation is a rare aspect of a murder scene that does not seem ridiculous and superficial.
2. Electra King - The World Is Not Enough ( The World Is Not Enough )
- Director: Michael Aptd
- Actors: Pierce Brosnan, Sophie Marceau, Denise Richards
- Release Date: 1999
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 52 out of 100 >
- IMDb rating for movies: 6.4 out of 10
The world is not enough one It is one of the strangest movies of the band. Pierce Brosnan explicitly explores the darker aspects of Ian Fleming's novels. The film features some not-so-interesting elements, including the infamous nuclear physicist Dr. Christmas Jones (Denise Richards). Electra King, played by Sophie Marceau, fits in with the more serious aspects of the gang franchise, forcing James Bond to accept his erratic tactics. The gang is initially tasked with protecting an oil rig. Next, King enters into a secret love affair with the wanted terrorist, Victor Renard Zucas (Robert Carlisle).
This storyline is really shocking and the relationship between King and Zucas is fascinating. Zukas does not feel any physical pain due to high-tech experimental mechanical tests, but King tries to take care of him. The World Not Enough was the first film to properly include M (Judy Dench) in this action. King takes revenge on me for the death of his family and carries out the next revenge mission on his public front.
Blafeld - Specter ( Specter )
- Director: Sam Mendes
- Actors: Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz, Leah Sidox
- Release Date: 2015
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 63 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 6.8 out of 10
Specter, a challenging movie to reconsider It was the trend of this collection. It made sense for Daniel Craig's gang to reintroduce the iconic Specter evil organization through a new background, but the film suffers from the same syndrome as Star Trek: Towards Darkness, and the obvious presence of a famous villain as a twist. Consider a story. Christoph Waltz should have been introduced in the right place with more excitement to play the role of Blafeld, the leader of the Specter Syndicate, but he is used as the younger brother of the Avengers of the gang and in unnecessary backgrounds.
Waltz despite incorrect re-introduction The most famous character of the franchise, in this role, is completely perfect. The first scene of his presence is quite fascinating and spectacular. Most audiences remembered Bluffeld with the same image of the 1980s, but Waltz recovered the character well. It can even be said that this bad movie looks attractive thanks to the unique performance of Waltz.