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Poll: 2000s Foreign Movie Villains

In the 2000s, four foreign (non-English speaking) and despicable movie villains made such an impression on audiences that it's still hard to determine which one was the most memorable in terms of performance, personality and psycho-emotional impact.

Well, which one would you pick?

After voting, you might discuss the vote here

Results of 280 votes:

  1. 1.

    Bruno Ganz in Downfall (2004)

     
    GERMANY: Adolf Hitler from Downfall
  2. 2.

    Sergi López in Pan's Labyrinth (2006)

     
    SPAIN: Captain Vidal from Pan's Labyrinth
  3. 3.

    Ji-Tae Yoo in Oldboy (2003)

     
    SOUTH KOREA: Woo-Jin Lee from Oldboy
  4. 4.

    Leandro Firmino in City of God (2002)

     
    BRAZIL: Zé Pequeno from City of God

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