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Split Mushroom: Are you X? I'm under orders to terminate you.
X: What?! Who's orders?
Split Mushroom: Take a wild guess.
(Battle begins with Split Mushroom's life gauge appearing with Sigma's logo)

Sonic: Ah, the machine!
Eggman: Never mind the machine, I'm the new evil plot now!

Sora: Ansem! Xemnas! Aren't you dead?
Xemnas: We're always the final bosses in Kingdom Hearts.
Ansem: Just like Bowser in Mario games...only, we're sexy.
Kingdom Hearts 3D (in a nutshell)

Bwah-hahahaha! There you have it! Once again, the mastermind is Junko Enoshima! Bwah-hahahahahaha!
Monokuma, Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony (spoiler above is the original game's mastermind)

Ben/XLR8: I don't know what your plan is...
Dr Vicktor: "Oh, it's not my plan. It's the master's plan. It always was." (activates his machine, which resurrects Ghostfreak)
Ghostfreak: I LIVE!
Ben10, The Return

Andross: I've been looking forward to this day... To see you again, Fox McCloud!
Fox: Andross!
Andross: And now, to destroy the Lylat System!
Fox: I've gotta stop him!

As to the unveiling of Oberhauser as Blofeld...well, meh. Did naming [the villian] Blofeld do anything to make the movie better? It's a bland and consequence-less reveal, feeling more like a "we have the rights to Blofeld and we damn well are using them right now!" than any kind move that actually improved the film. Honestly, if you're not going to commit 100% to "Here's Blofeld", well, you might as well have not even used him. The film would have been stronger, and you could have taken the wasted time and spent it developing the Bond/Oberhauser relationship.
Expect You To Die on Spectre (spoilers)

Sigma: This is amusing... It really is X...
X: You're... Sigma!
Sigma: Hee hee hee. My plan to keep Repliforce and the Maverick Hunters at each other's throats worked perfectly! ... Double did a good job as a spy!
X: Why you...!
Sigma: Hee hee hee. Repliforce are the fools this time! Now all that's left is to destroy Earth with the very weapon they made!
X: No! I'll never let you do that!
Sigma: Try hard, X. Your life depends on it!

"You came across me so many times and yet you never saw me. Le Chiffre, Greene, Silva... A nice pattern developed, you interfered in my world, I destroyed yours or did you think it was coincidence that all the women in your life ended up dead? Vesper Lynd for example, she was the big one, has he told you about her? And then of course, your beloved M, gone forever. Me! It was all me, James. It's always been me: the author of all your pain!"
Franz Oberhauser (a.k.a. Ernst Stavro Blofeld), Spectre

"Cia, you have been my favourite puppet yet."

Bowser: I don't work well with others!
Antasma: SCREEK! Vut do you mean by this?!
Bowser: I mean you're an idiot! You thought you were using me? ME?! Buddy, I was playing you like a bat fiddle!
Antasma: Vut in the... No! How could you?!
Bowser: I'll tell you how. This castle? Peach? The Dream Stone? ALL MINE. You hear me? They belong to Bowser!

"It's been you this whole time - you hired the assassins. You've been running Sionis' operation."
Batman to The Joker, Batman: Arkham Origins

" B-Movie Message Board regular Paul “Supersonic Man” Kienitz posited not long ago that the mere fact of a Holmes movie featuring Moriarty as the villain is a strong suggestion that the filmmakers have missed the point of Doyle’s stories about the detective, and have failed to understand what it is about them that their fans like. I think he’s right, too. After all, it rather removes the mystery from the mystery to know that whatever the crime may be, there’s that same proto-supervillain behind it. In Murder at the Baskervilles specifically, the problem is compounded by the obvious mismatch between an evildoer of Moriarty’s supposed standing and the triviality of the scheme in which he is engaged. Horse-napping hardly seems a worthy occupation for somebody whose nickname is the Napoleon of Crime! And indeed, Moriarty does not figure in Doyle’s version of “Silver Blaze” at all; he appears here solely in order to beef up the running time and to add a bit of action, both functions which Miles Stanford could easily have been made to perform himself. Furthermore, layering the villains this way has the unfortunate effect of sidelining the mystery plotline, which is what we’re really here to see, and which is handled with considerable finesse and effectiveness in and of itself. It’s just that it must end well before the movie does, in order to set up a predictable and mostly uninteresting confrontation between the two arch-nemeses."
Scott "El Santo" Ashlin on Murder at the Baskervilles

Emperor Palpatine: At last. Snoke trained you well.
Kylo Ren: I killed Snoke. I'll kill you.
Emperor Palpatine: My boy, I made Snoke. I have been every voice...
Snoke: have ever heard..
Darth Vader: ...inside your head.


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