Quirky Mini Boss Squad / Film

  • The hyenas in The Lion King.
  • The Weasels from Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
  • Clarence Boddicker's squad of eccentric master criminals in RoboCop (1987).
  • Lock, Shock and Barrel, the psychotic trick-or-treating kids in The Nightmare Before Christmas. Did I mention they get one of the coolest, most sadistic songs ever?
  • Repo! The Genetic Opera has the Largo siblings: Luigi, Pavi, and Amber Sweet.
  • In Mystery Men: Casanova Frankenstein's allied gangs, each sharing their own quirky theme.
  • Despite not having a big bad commanding them, the gangs from The Warriors the titled gang has to go through before reaching the safe haven of their territory.
  • The Gang of Four in The Story Of Ricky.
  • In Masters of the Universe, the mercenary team hired by Skeletor to track down He-Man on Earth.
  • The Bloodpack in Blade II are an elite group of vampire warriors formed to hunt down Blade. Ironically, they're only introduced to team up with Blade against the Big Bad. Ultimately some of them remain villains throughout the shaky alliance.
  • The Tremor Bros. of the Smokin' Aces series.
  • Top Dollar's gang from The Crow are all pretty quirky. Oddly enough, they were the ones responsible for the rape and murder or Eric's girlfriend as well as his own murder, making them his actual targets. We soon find out that Top Dollar was ultimately responsible for their actions leading to a climatic battle with the real Big Bad.
  • The US Marshals in The Fugitive until the end.
  • The Three Storms from ''Big Trouble in Little China.
  • The goblins in Legend (1985).
  • The Stalkers in The Running Man.
  • The five artists (Sky, Paul, Bill, Lexi, and Macon) from Murder Party.
  • The five traitors in Dead in Tombstone are all colorful criminals, each of whom has their own shtick.