Quotes: Obviously Evil

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    film - animated 

Tonight, the part of 'Al' will be played by a tall dark and sinister, ugly man.
The Genie, Aladdin

    film - live-action 

By now I thought you would've realized I'm the bad guy.

Todd: Aren't you boiling hot in that outfit? It's like 80 degrees in this hallway. Where are you from, the South?
Nicky: Yes. The DEEP South! (chuckles to himself)
Todd: Why is that funny?

    live-action tv 

"Hi! I'm Bob EVIL!"
Mike Nelson, introducing the (not-yet-revealed) villain of Time Chasers

Woah, that's a bad guy, that's a really bad guy! Did you see his face? His head looks like one of the Easter Island heads!
Max, Get Smart

T'raltixx: Go on! Kill me! Well, there are thousands just like me! We will find another Leviathan to make out light! And when we do, we'll spread like a plague! We'll rise from our dormancy, and kill you all!
John: (ignoring his rant) I told them that it was a mistake bringing you on board.
Farscape, "Crackers Don't Matter"

    theatre 

My face is an index to my mind
Full of venom, spleen, and gall
Sir Ruthven Murgatroyd, Ruddigore

    video games 

Walking stick, spiky hair, twirly mustache — he's a villain alright.
— Hreidmar's examine text in Runescape

This guy is giving off a murderous vibe! Even getting close to him makes my skin crawl...

Reapers may look evil and crazy, but there's a good reason for that. They ARE evil and crazy.
Palutena Kid Icarus: Uprising

This guy has the word VILLAIN written all over him!
Etna about Vulcanus in Makai Senki Disgaea

Sure, why not, he's not RIDICULOUSLY OBVIOUSLY EVIL or anything.
Ken Masters, Project X Zone in regards to KOS-MOS being Seth's tour guide.

    webcomics 

Colonel Haken has a hook for a hand, a scar on his face, an evilly waxed moustache, and wears a monocle. Oh, and he's a Nazi. Really, what more needs to be said? (Hint: He's a bad guy.)
Irregular Webcomic!, the Cliffhangers cast page

You know... She said evil didn't look like anything, or that it looked like a lot of things... But I think it looks like you.
Shadowchild, Digger

"...Okay, no, he's totally a bad guy. Is that a spoiler? I don't think it's a spoiler. Look at that thing. It probably ate a puppy for breakfast right before it burned down an orphanage and talked loudly on a cell phone at a restaurant."

    web original 

Evil incarnation of the Mario Brothers, also goes by the name 'Wario'. Has been known to terrorize the country of Iraq and the Mushroom Kingdom, resides in Bagdhad, Tikrit, Drain Pipes, and The cloud level.

Donald Gee as Eckersley is so charming, affable and carefree that it would have been a greater surprise if he hadn’t turned out to be the villain. He’s also decked in black leather, camp as hell, smooths his way in with Sarah and revels in being the sexiest person around on Peladon. And his hands never stray far from his hips. He really couldn’t give off any more indications that he is up to no good... He’s the sort of villain who every bugger can eavesdrop on at the appropriate point and hear him rubbing his hands together and cooing ‘fooled them all…

It seems like a completely unprovoked attack, but it turns out that it was actually a retaliatory strike — someone launched a missile from Asteroid M without Magneto’s knowledge. Note: It was Cortez. Magneto does not realize this, even thought 90% of Cortez’s lines in this episode are about how much he really, really wants to kill all the flatscans.
Chris Sims on ''X-Men, "Sanctuary, Part 1"

It's worth noting that none of the conspirators are really a surprise. Admiral Cartwright lays his cards on the table at the briefing. Valeris is the only major Enterprise character who could be the mole, as she’s not a member of the main cast. Christopher Plummer doesn’t try to hide Chang’s obvious villainy. Colonel West has about three lines, and most of them clarify his willingness to clear their chronometers.” Even the Romulan Ambassador is quite frank about his desire for genocide. (“There will be no better time.”)

This is frequently leveled as a criticism of the movie, but I don’t really mind it. To be honest, I think that it demonstrates just how endemic this institutional prejudice was that Cartwright could say something like that at a high-profile meeting without more than a few raised eyebrows...This is a bit of a problem in that “anybody vaguely reluctant about the Klingon peace is in on it” sort of way, but it’s not a fatal flaw. For all that The Undiscovered Country works as a fond farewell to the ensemble, it has its fair share of logical problems.

Stephen McHattie is also on hand as a Secret Service agent who also turns out to be in with the bad guys in a twist that even Mr. Magoo would see coming a mile away, mainly because the actor just looks evil. Must make going to the bank to deposit your check a bitch—tellers looking at you funny and everything, bank security giving you the eye. Poor bastard.

David: ...Blade is getting punished for saving his boss’s daughter. Oh, the betrayal! I still love that Damaskinos’s Evil Headquarters is in Standard World of Darkness Villainous Lair #1. A factory! Run by EVIL! You might even call it an Evil Factory.
Chris: Also, he totally has a bunch of bottled fetuses that he keeps on display in his lobby, because he is a dude who straight up loves being creepy. And when I say “bottled,” I mean IN ACTUAL BOTTLES. Like, they have little corks. It’s ridiculous!
—Chris Sims and David Uzumeri on Blade II

Not to worry, U.N. diplomat and all-around great (Russian) guy Nicolae Carpathia steps up as the voice of reason by going on TV to say that the disappearances are caused by 'radiation buildup from decades of nuclear weapons testing', and somehow goes on from this to become the most trustworthy and respected man in the world, and then basically King of Earth. Everybody immediately accepts all of this even though it makes less goddamn sense than a Parkinson's patient with a Ouija board, but hey — God works in mysterious ways...It goes without saying that Nicolae is the Antichrist, mostly because his name is Nicolae fucking Carpathia, but also thanks to his goofy overdone Russian accent which keeps kicking in and sucking all the dramatic tension out of the room.

Cate Blanchett is cutting bitches with those sharpened shiv brows...I even love that her costumes are something Mildred Pierce would wear to a Scarlett O’Hara costume party. I just hope that she stays regally cunty from beginning to end and doesn’t pull a Maleficent (SPOILER ALERT) by growing a heart. It’s always a sad day for bitches when an iconic villain starts feeling things.
Michael K., "Well, At Least The Cinderella Trailer’s Got A Ginger Cate Blanchett In It"

The movie is about Dastan (Jake Gyllenhaal) who was a street urchin but the king was convinced of his good nature and made him a prince. Dastan helps to overthrow a kingdom due to misleading information from an unknown informant. The purpose is that someone in the court (Ben Kingsley) with an ulterior motive (Ben Kingsley) for overthrowing the king (Ben Kingsley) wants a mystical dagger inside said city which can turn back time. Dastan must uncover the mystery (Ben Kingsley) of whoever this master manipulator (Ben Kingsley) is...Ben Kingsley.

I'm not so sure why everyone thinks allying with this newcomer is such a great idea, though. Calling your faction "The Shadow Runners" and having a big skull for an emblem isn't exactly reassuring. I mean, come on... were any of the Autobots honestly surprised when the Decepticons betrayed them?

Lets see; mad scientist, mustache... nope, I'm definitely the badguy.
Dorkly, Robotnik Finally Wins

"Am lonely. Saruman maybe not so unattractive after all. If only were not for giantly flaring nostrils and huge clawlike fingernails... Okay you'd think I might have figured out he was evil before."

    web video 

They're sending us off to war! But not before they assign you a partner...Anyway, where is that guy?

*IMPERIAL MARCH BLARES*

Yeah, I think Seifer might be evil. Anyway, he rolls with two people, Fujin and Raijin. Don't know which is which, but one dresses like a waitress at a pirate-themed restaurant.

So anyway, we're sittin' there with Palpatine and Palpatine's goin' on about the Sith again. And we're like, "...Why does this guy know so much about the Sith?" It's like being in a casual conversation with someone that you've known, and they start talking about how they're currently reading Mein Kampf. You just might raise an eyebrow, and you'd be like, "—wait, what did you just say? about Mein Kampf?"

But instead, when this guy starts talking about the Sith and the legend of Darth Plagueis or whatever, Anakin is just sitting there like a retard... Hey, idiot: Maybe this guy who seems to despise the Jedi and keeps talking about the advantages of being a Sith Lord might be a Sith Lord....Eventually, though, Palpatine has to flat-out tell him he's evil because he can't take a hint. Ray Charles could've seen that one coming.

This guy looks like the devil and his name is based on the word sinister. This dude was destined to be evil.

"Darth (Maul) wears black boots, a black cloak, a black shirt, has a red lightsaber, wears red and black face paint, and has horns. He is EVIL."

Shunryu: You monster! I can't believe someone like you could actually get a Cloth!
Deathmask: Please, no morality lesson.
Shunryu: No, seriously, why did they give you a Gold Cloth ? Your name is Deathmask, you decorate your house with corpses, and your attack is called Hades Wave. Are those who give armors stupid or something?

Ikki: Why does someone like you serves someone as malevolent as the Great Pope?
Shaka: Oh, so just because he terrorizes men and women, wears a creepy mask and ends all his sentences with a sardonic laugh, that makes him evil? (Beat) Well, sure, when you put it that way.... O, forget it!

    western animation 

Did anyone else notice the lightning?
Timmy Turner when he first met Vicky, The Fairly Oddparents: Abra-Catastrophe!

Amazing how such an evil-looking alien turned out to be evil all along.

    real life 

I once sat next to a girl in a play and had to say ‘Would you like some tea?’, and I said it and she broke rehearsal and said ‘My God you’re evil!’. I guess it’s something I have.
Anthony Ainley on playing the Master