Redditors Are Deciding Which Villains Deserved To Win, And Their Reasons Why Are Pretty Convincing

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Vote up the most understandable villains that definitely deserved to win.

All answers courtesy of this AskReddit.

  • 1
    472 VOTES

    *Whale Noises*

    From Redditor u/TessaLennon:

    Moby Dick.

    He's just trying to be a f***ing whale and people keep trying to harpoon him.

    472 votes
  • 2
    337 VOTES

    "Silly Rabbit!"

    From Redditor TheRealBikeMan:

    The Rabbit from the Trix commercials. My man literally spent his OWN MONEY to get this own Trix cereal, and then those damn kids stole his property, saying "lol Trix are for kids!" F*** those kids.

    From Redditor u/Arik_De_Frasia:

    Back in the 90's he did get to finally have Trix after winning a race or something and the prize was a bowl of Trix. They found out it was the rabbit and you had to write in to let them know if he should or shouldn't get to have the Trix. They let him have it.

    From Redditor u/momnanthemommerian:

    My sister and I voted to let him have it. It's the proudest I've ever felt about voting in my life.

    337 votes
  • 3
    335 VOTES

    "I'm Disinclined To Acquiesce To Your Request. Means 'No.'"

    From Redditor u/Cheesarius:

    Captain Barbossa. He was vilified for being a better pirate than anyone else, and he only wanted to escape eternal damnation and a hell on earth. I'd be pretty ruthless in that situation too.

    Yes, he mutinied Jack, but he's a pirate! And even then, he has much more class and honor than most of the other pirates.

    335 votes
  • 4
    422 VOTES

    Mankind Has Always Feared What It Doesn't Understand."

    From Redditor u/Javen_Lab:

    Magneto. A Jewish concentration camp kid who grew up in a Nazi filled environment, only to be tortured. Parents gone. Family none. Lost his only real friend over politics. And spent the rest of his life making sure mutants were safe and free from human experimentation. He only wanted what was best for his people that suffered like he did for having abilitys they never asked for. In the end he got his safe haven, but unfortunately it was all in vain.

    422 votes
  • 5
    191 VOTES

    "This Isn't About Terrorism, It's About Justice."

    From Redditor u/GlummyGloom:

    I dunno, the villain from The Rock just wanted to get veterans their disability and veteran wages.

    191 votes
  • 6
    272 VOTES

    "Solitude In E Minor."

    From Redditor u/watermasta:


    From Redditor u/GameboyPATH:

    Imagine having loud and annoying neighbors on both sides of you, making it difficult to get any peace and quiet in your own home. At the very least, you can have some solitude in your job at this restaurant that no one ever really visits anyway.

    ...And then your neighbor applies for the job, passes with flying colors, and attracts loads of new customers, not only making your job busier and livelier than what you signed up for, but absolutely decimating that home/work balance you once had.

    272 votes