Regardless of their political preference, T.V. and film fans can agree that many lazy, dangerous fictional leaders have graced our entertainment presence. Some are ruthless, while others are downright clumsy. Those considered the worst people on this list tend to bear the slightest or direct resemblance to the current leaders of the United States. Today we talk about Top famous villains that we all loved. there are some villains that we all loved so much with zero haters.
Admiral General Aladeen
It’s one of Sacha Baron Cohen’s most underrated roles. Aladeen is certainly entertaining, but we must not forget that it is fictitious. She’s not a tall woman, she hires female bodyguards, and many of her comments are colourless.
Joffrey’s boyish demeanor makes it easy to get the sense that not everyone takes him seriously. He is pampered and does not treat women well. And he has so much power that it’s all the more frustrating to watch his escapades. Joffrey is as despicable as I.S.
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It is frightening to think that anyone in the United States of any stripe would seek re-election. We’ve never seen a fictional president like the one in Mike & Judge Etan Coen, who comes across as a humble but intelligent, larger-than-life character, played by Terry Crews.
President James Dale
The alien friend says the president (Jack Nicholson) is too smart. His incompetence could lead to a takeover of the world. It could also prove dangerous, which may seem familiar to anyone who has ever lived in America.
The Maryland senator is exceptional, played by Isiah Whitlock Jr., and is one of those fans love to hate. Not only is Vader the greatest political villain, but he’s also the most legendary fictional villain of all time. He is the supreme commander of the Galactic Empire, and that is frightening.
Senator Clay Davis
Davis is as corrupt as they come, taking bribes when he thinks about brushing his teeth. There is a certain world that puts it above everything else. But her most endearing trait is her penchant for profanity.
That’s a nice way to describe Tracy (Enid Flick’s Reese Witherspoon) as an exaggerator. She can’t think of a flattering name, unlike her high school colleague McAllister (Matthew Broderick). Her goal is to be the president of her high school student body, and though she is not ruthless, she is willing to do a lot to earn it, no matter who accompanies her every step of the way.
Congressman Roger Furlong
The Ohio congressman is a fool. It is lewd, crude, and inappropriate. His insults, especially near him, are legendary in the Veep universe. He could be a little more determined and a better ally.
The governor, played by David Morrissey, is the sinister leader of Woodbury. He’s as ruthless as they come, and the body count he puts together is disturbing. The governor is not someone a living Walking Dead wants to meet. While the show has some good moments, hardcore fans know a lot about his rivalry with the lead character Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln).
The great Charlie Chaplin plays a dueling role in this. The year is 1940, to be precise. There’s so much going on in this movie.
His opponent, Hynkel, is defeated by Adolf Hitler and dumbed down for theatrical purposes. Appropriately, Phooey mocks the word “Fuhrer” (similar to the Jewish hairdresser protagonist in the films), and Hynkel’s troops turn on him in a comedic way. Selina Meyer was once Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Hugh Laurie was a popular figure in The Beltway.
Senator Tom James
Throughout the show, we learn a lot about James’s political ambitions and how he achieved them. Not among the clumsy and weak T.V. presidents is Logan (Gregory Itzin). After the terrorist attack, President John Keeler was injured, he switched from vice president to president. While he is in power, we see his corruption on the side of the United States’ best interests because he wants to keep control of the power given to him. This comes at Selina’s own expense in her ruthless way, but in the end, she makes the best of the situation.
President Charles Logan
Jack Bauer’s name is Richard Wilkins III (Harry Groener), better known as Jack Bauer, the mayor of Sunnydale. At first glance, he seems like a nice guy who is there to serve and protect the community’s residents. But as we soon discover, he is also the most dangerous man in town. The Big Bad pulls many strings; the supernatural problems of the community are a problem, and unleashing them will eliminate all people who get in its way. We know something is wrong with Jack Bauer.