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These are the greatest, most vile movie characters we love to hate, ranked by the wisdom of the crowd. Anyone can contribute to this list of great villains, which makes this ranking an accurate, real-time reflection of the crowd's collective opinion.

Who are the greatest villains of all time? These movie bad guys are the scourge of the movie universe and you can now vote on the meanest villain ever to appear on film. Rank your favorites or add whoever (or whatever) you see missing.
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Agent Smith

Darth Vader

Freddy Krueger

Hannibal Lecter

Jack Torrance

Lord Voldemort



The Predator

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<![CDATA[Fading Gigolo Movie Quotes]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/fading-gigolo-movie-quotes/movie-and-tv-quotes
"Fading Gigolo" movie quotes follow two men who venture into the world's oldest profession. The comedy film was written and directed by John Tuturro. Tuturro also stars in the film alongside Woody Allen, Sharon Stone, Sofia Vergara, Vanessa Paradis and Liev Schreiber. "Fading Gigolo" opened in the United States on April 18, 2014.

In "Fading Gigolo," Murray (Allen) hears that his dermatologist, Dr. Parker (Stone), that she and girlfriend Selima (Vergara) are seeking a gentleman to join them for a menage a trois. Dr. Parker asks Murray if he knows anyone, which gives Murray an idea. His friend, Fioravante (Tuturro) could use some work and would be great for the job.

After some convincing that he's sexy enough, Fioravante begins work as a gigolo with Murray as his pimp. Fioravante satisfies both Dr. Parker and Selima during trial runs and soon begins servicing another local woman, Avigal (Paradis). But when Dovi (Schreiber) learns that Woody and Fioravante are servicing Avigal, a widow of a local Chasidic Rabbi, things get ugly, fast.

"Fading Gigolo" is just one of many movies opening or playing in the spring of 2014 alongside "Transcendence," "A Haunted House 2," "Heaven is for Real," "Draft Day," "Under the Skin," "Dom Hemingway," "Joe," "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," "Sabotage," "Noah," "Blood Ties," the "Veronica Mars" movie, "Need for Speed," "Mr. Peabody and Sherman," "300: Rise of an Empire," "The Grand Budapest Hotel," "Cheap Thrills," "Monuments Men," "Winter's Tale," "RoboCop (2014), "About Last Night," "Vampire Academy," "The Lego Movie," "Gimme Shelter," "I, Frankenstein," "Ride Along," and "Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit."

So What's the Split?
Fioravante: "So what's the split?"
Murray: "I saw myself getting a small fee."

Once Fioravante finally agrees to the work, he and Murray hash out the details. It's simple really. Murray will be the pimp and get a small cut of the earnings.
I Was Thinking of You
Murray: "I have a very funny story to tell you. Today I was at my dermatologist's. She tells me she was with her girlfriend. They came to the conclusion that they both wanted to have a menage. She asked me, do I know anybody. I said, 'yeah, it will cost you a thousand bucks.' I was thinking of you."
Fioravante: "Are you on drugs?"
Murray: "Apart from my Zoloft, no."

After hearing of an unusual desire belonging to his dermatologist, Murray takes it upon himself to fulfill her fantasy. Murray knows just the guy for the job too.
I Am Not a Beautiful Man
Fioravante: "You need a young, slick, leading-man type."
Murray: "This is exactly my point."
Fioravante: "Me? I am not a beautiful man."
Murray: "Did I say you were beautiful? But, you have a different quality. You have a certain kind of sex appeal."
Fioravante: "Thank you."
Murray: "Is Mick Jagger a beautiful man? The guy opens his mouth to sing, it's a horror but it's hot. Mick is hot and that's what you've got. Let me ask you a question. You look good without your clothes, right?"
Fioravante: "How do you know?"
Murray: "Cause some guys just look better when they're naked. I figured, you're one."
Fioravante: "What does that have to do with Mick Jagger? He's rich and he's famous."
Murray: "Yes, but you're sexy!"
Fioravante: "Says who?"
Murray: "Says me"
Fioravante: "You're a sick man. You need help."
Murray: "I go for help twice a week."
Fioravante: "You need a guy like Tom Ford or George Clooney."
Murray: "You're not that. You're a, um, a man's man in a certain way, you know. You're not afraid to get dirty. You get your hands dirty. You work with plants and earth and wires and drain pipes and bowls. You do disgusting work. You're not afraid."
Fioravante: "Hey!"
Murray: "You're interesting in a very positive way."
Fioravante: "Thank you."

Murray tries his best to explain why he has such faith that Fioravante would do well in the world's oldest profession. Fioravante on the other hand does not see himself in the same way.
What I Do?
Murray: "What is this? I think you've got the wrong guy. I've already been circumcised."
Dovi: "Come on, come on, come on, enough talk. In, in in! Get it, in!"
Murray: "What I do? Break the dietary laws?"
Dovi: "He's loose! He's moving! He's on the loose! He's on the run! Get him!"

Dovi: "There's a certain woman in our community, I've never seen her smile, not like this."

Murray is startled when he's approached by a bunch of Jewish men in the street and begins asking what rules he's broken. Little does he know, they already know about his business and are not happy about it.
Everybody Needs Contact
Murray: "Everybody needs contact. They need love. They need affection. They need passion."
Avigal: "Do you know such a person?"
Murray: "I do!"
Murray, on the hunt for new clients, pitches to Aligal. As a widow, she could certainly use the services and inquires about just that.
If You're a Pimp, You've Gotta Have a Name
Fioravante: "If you're a pimp, you've gotta have a name."
Murray: "What about Dan Bongo?"
Fioravante: "It's nice to meet you, Dan."
Murray: "Hey, Virgil and Dan, be the best you can!"

To make things truly official, Fioravante suggests that Murray give himself a pimp name. Don Bongo is it!
Have You Ever Done It Before?
Dr. Parker: "Have you ever done it before, you know, menage a trois?"
Murray: "Yeah, in 1977 during the blackout. Nobody could see anything but we were still very pleasant."

Dr. Parker asks Murray if he has participated in the act for which she and her girlfriend have an interest. While he has, it was more than a few years ago.
I'm Your Ho
Murray: "How many times did you do it with her? More than once?"
Fioravante: "Mmmhmm"
Murray: "I'm very impressed. That makes it official."
Fioravante: "I'm your ho."

Murray wants the details after Fioravante's first job a a man of the night. It seems as though all is good and they are officially in business.
You're Top Shelf
Dr. Parker: "Do you do this often?"
Fioravante: "No"

Dr. Parker: "It's like candy, having sex with you. You're top shelf, hard to reach, that's what makes you so good."

Despite being a complete novice at the gigolo game, Fioravante's first customer leaves quite satisfied.
Do You Have Any Idea What Goes On Inside a Woman's Head?
Selima: "Do you have any idea what goes on inside a woman's head?"
Fioravante: "If I knew that I wouldn't be here."
Selima: "Funny, you're funny. I like that. A woman is meant to be looked at or else she'll just fade away. Let's see what you can do."

To see if Fioravante would be a good fit for a menage a trois with her and Dr. Parker, Selima takes him for a spin of her own. First though, she gives him a little guidance.

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<![CDATA[The Greatest Kid Characters in Film]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/greatest-kid-characters-in-film/peter5


Tim Murphy

H.W. Plainview

Cher Horowitz

Hugo Cabret

Shirley Blake

Jim Stark

Gordie Lachance

Jim 'Jamie' Graham


Suzy Bishop

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<![CDATA[The Greatest Film Actors & Actresses of All Time]]> http://www.ranker.com/crowdranked-list/the-greatest-film-actors-and-actresses-of-all-time
The best actors and actresses of all time, male and female, ranked by film fans worldwide. This list of greatest actors and actresses attempts to answer the question "Who are the best actors of all time?" by incorporating the views and opinions of all members of the Ranker Community. Keep in mind, as you vote or add a top actor or actress you see missing, that we are rating these actors on their body of work, not just what they have done recently! Some of the greatest actors of all time have not necessarily acted in a project in the past 5 years, but they still deserve to be on this greatest actresses and actors of all time list.

Top actors and actresses in films are judged by their acting ability and their mastery of roles that they have played over the years. Many of these great actors have videos of their best roles for you to view so you can refresh yourself on the best works of your favorite actors as you consider your votes for top thespians of all time. Nominate your picks for the top actors & actresses by making a list of your own. Then come back to the Master List and vote up your favorites!

For lists separated by gender, check out our lists of the best actors of all time and the best actresses in film history.

Al Pacino

Anthony Hopkins

Daniel Day-Lewis

Denzel Washington

Jack Nicholson

Johnny Depp

Meryl Streep

Morgan Freeman

Robert De Niro

Tom Hanks

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<![CDATA[Vote for the Best Gross Out Movie Ever]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/vote-for-the-best-gross-out-movie-ever/craveonline
What's the best gross out movie ever? Horror movies, comedies, it's all fair game so long as it makes your stomach turn.

Evil Dead II

Ichi the Killer

Jackass Number Two

Jackass: The Movie

Pink Flamingos


Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom

There's Something About Mary

The Evil Dead

The Fly

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<![CDATA[The Most Annoying A-List Actors]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/most-annoying-a-list-actors/ranker-film

List of the most annoying A-list actors, as ranked by celebrity watchers and entertainment business fans. Actors and actresses are among the most worshiped people in our celebrity-obsessed culture. They’re on the covers of hundreds of magazines every week, the focus of many news cycles, and constantly getting praised and awarded for doing their jobs. It’s all part of the package of being a celebrity actor. However, a few A-List actors have moved past just being a part of the celebrity culture and become blowhards of the highest order. Some of today’s A-List actors act as if a good performance or a high-grossing film is akin to curing cancer.


This list features the top actors and actresses of the day, who, in addition to being the most famous, are also the most aggravating. Some talk about their acting “craft” when they’ve given nothing but mediocre performances. A few actors on this list have been known to say they don’t care about accolades, but come award season, you can find them desperately campaigning.


Who are the most annoying A-List actors? This list includes actors who have faked romances for publicity, cheated and lied to their families and the public, tried too hard to be charming, abused real-life causes to get their names in the paper, and engaged in plenty of other heinous acts of fame desperation. 


Adam Sandler

Angelina Jolie

Ben Stiller

Gwyneth Paltrow

Jim Carrey

Renée Zellweger

Sean Penn

Shia LaBeouf

Tom Cruise

Will Smith

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<![CDATA[The Best Movies Based on TV Shows]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/best-movies-based-on-tv-shows/ranker-film
The best movies based on TV shows are those legendary movies that spawned from our favorite TV shows of all time. It's really easy to make a horrible film adaptation of a favorite book, television show or classic film. These great TV shows turned into movies are the exact opposite. With numerous successful films to its resume, the "Star Trek" franchise perhaps saw the best success on the big screen. Based on the classic television series, the science fiction franchise has prompted so many great movies dating back from the original film in 1979 to modern adaptations released as recently as May 2013. 

That's not to say that other television shows adapted into movies are not awesome too. "The Fugitive," "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," "Traffic" and "The Naked Gun" are all prime examples of filmmakers taking a TV series and turning it into an equally, if not more, successful movie. In some cases, filmmakers did this simply from a character or sketch from a show such as in cases of "Borat," "Wayne's World," "The Blues Brothers" and "Bruno."

But for every great movie based on a TV show, there are also dozens of bad movies adapted from television shows. Thankfully, these are the best of the bunch. Which TV show to movie adaptation is the absolute best? Vote for them below!



South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

Star Trek

The Addams Family

The Blues Brothers

The Fugitive

The Untouchables

The X-Files

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<![CDATA[Worst War Movies Ever Made]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/worst-war-movies-ever-made/dicknixon
Worst actual ( no Sci-Fi ) movies about war ever made.  Stink, Stank, Stunk - these waste's of film, actors and production company funds were actually released for public viewing!

Delta Force One: The Lost Patrol

Dead Presidents

Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection

G.I. Jane

Mission to Moscow

The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc

The Story of G.I. Joe

Delta Force 3: The Killing Game

Operation Delta Force 4: Deep Fault

Born on the Fourth of July

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<![CDATA[The Best Superhero Movies Ever Made]]> http://www.ranker.com/crowdranked-list/the-best-superhero-movies-ever-made
Superhero movies may seem like a current trend, but the truth is, superheroes on film have been around since the beginning of celluloid. Most of the top superhero movies come from the comic giants like DC Movies or Marvel Films. Heroes like Batman, Spiderman, Superman, and Wolverine are all favorite superhero movie characters who have made it from the pages of comics to the big screen time and time again.

Superheroes began in classic American comic books in the 1930s, though their predecessors date back to earlier crime fighters and even mythological superhuman characters, like Zeus and Thor. In the Golden Age of comic books, superheroes frequented the pages of DC Comics, including Superman, Wonder Woman, and Green Lantern. In the 1960s, the Fantastic Four, the X-Men, and Iron Man showed up in the pages of Marvel Comics. More modern superhero stories like Kick-Ass and Watchmen still delight audiences.

Superhero movie serials once played before big features at movie houses. Today, Hollywood turns out giant summer blockbusters that routinely break records and bring in big business for studio execs, costumers, and special effects crews alike. Everyone has a favorite superhero film, and you can add yours to the rankings by voting up an existing item or creating your own full re-rank of your favorite super hero movies.

Batman Begins

Iron Man

Spider-Man 2


The Dark Knight



The Avengers

The Dark Knight Rises

X-Men: First Class

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<![CDATA[The Worst Superhero Movies Ever Made]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/worst-superhero-movies/ranker-film
What are the worst superhero movies ever made? This list includes some of the most horrible attempts to bring to life favorite superheroes on the big screen. For that matter, many of the bad superhero movies listed here are without a doubt among the worst movies of all time, period. Disagree? Totally fine, just vote down the films you actually liked. Also: Please add any horrible superhero movies that might be missing, and re-rank this list in any order you want.

And yes, if you see any of the newer superhero movie releases (including 'Man of Steel' and James Mangold's 'The Wolverine'), feel free to include them here if you thought they were terrible.

The worst superhero movies have you leaving the theater scratching your head, wondering why, WHY Hollywood got it so wrong. Can anyone argue that the Fantastic Four movies should have been way better than they were (they were awful, just dreadful)? Sure, sometimes Hollywood gets it right, as evidenced by this list of the best superhero movies ever made, but for every great superhero film, there are a slew of equally horrible ones.

Any list of truly awful superhero movies should include two of the worst offenders: 'Catwoman' and 'Batman & Robin.' Even with Halle Berry poured into a skin-tight, super-hot leather outfit, the movie still sucked. And 'Batman & Robin' might've had some George Clooney action going on, but even the mighty Clooney couldn't save this train wreck of a film.

You'll notice some oldies listed among these awful superhero movies, too, and be warned: In some cases, you've likely forgotten all about these bad films. It's a self-preservation thing. You just want to erase these movies from your mind and forget that they ever happened. Apologies for the trauma.

Oh, and let's discuss horrible sequels and reboots: For whatever reason, some of the suckiest superhero movies ever made also have sequels, or someone decides to reboot them because they weren't bad enough to begin with. After suffering through 'The Punisher,' did movie goers really need *more* punishment with 'The Punisher: War Zone,'? Yeah, some of these films are definitely among the worst movie sequels of all time.

Barb Wire

Batman & Robin





Superman IV: The Quest For Peace

The Last Airbender

Green Lantern

Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance

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