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I'm So Sorry, But These 25 Movie Villains Are Actually Super Hot

I, like most, really enjoy a good villain. Whether they are someone we love to hate or the kind of villain you secretly root for, I often find they are usually the best character.

Man eats an apple with a straight face, almost ominously.
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But today, film fans, we aren't here to discuss their morality or actions. I am simply going to objectify the heck out of them, because they are FAKE characters. So why not tbh?

Now, just a warning, this list is slightly bizarre. Its a stream of consciousness, rounding back to being a teenage girl and not knowing why someone so bad stirred up this weird little feeling inside.

Miss Honey from "Matilda" slowly removes her glasses.

Buts let's get into it, here are 25 villains from action movies that kinda made me melt a little.

Louise from "Bob's Burgers" throws her head back and cackles in front of a wall of fire.

25.The Joker (played by Heath Ledger), The Dark Knight (2008)

Heath Ledger as the Joker.

24.T800 Cyberdyne Systems Model 101 (Arnold Schwarzenegger), The Terminator (1984)

Arnold Schwarzenegger in "The Terminator."

23.Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman), Die Hard (1988)

Alan Rickman in "Die Hard."

ZZ Top were right, 'cause every girl, IS, "crazy 'bout a sharp-dressed man..." And Hans Gruber is one of the sharpest. If there's one thing this man understands, it's a power suit! Not sure if this is a John Phillips, London, however he does have two of those...

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GIF of Alan Rickman in "Die Hard."
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22.Roy Batty (Rutger Hauer), Blade Runner (1982)

Roy in "Blade Runner."

21.Borg Queen (Alice Krige), Star Trek: First Contact (1996)

Borg Queen in "Star Trek: First Contact"

You might be thinking, wow, she's really lost it now, but until you have seen the Borg Queen blow on Data's arm, you don't know what sensuality is! She is motherly yet seductive. She is authoritative yet coy. She creates order where there is chaos. The definition of MOTHER!

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20.T-1000 (Robert Patrick), Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)

T-1000 in "Terminator 2."

In a total polar opposite to Arnie's T-800 tank-like physique, Robert Patrick's T-1000 is a Porsche: sleek, fast, streamlined. He has the eyes of a hunter looking for prey, and I kinda wanna be that prey. Bonus: He can look like anyone he wants to, so you know, you can mix it up a bit!

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GIF. T-1000 shakes his finger.
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19.Norman Stansfield (Gary Oldman), Leon: The Professional (1994)

Don't come for me. I know he's not a good guy. I know he a drug-fueled criminal...but its Gary Oldman, and this is a character, not a real person — give me a break! It's the cockiness, it's the absolute belief that he isn't doing anything wrong (or the complete disregard), it's the way he opens a beaded curtain. Yes he murdered a lot of people, but I'm not saying I want to marry him, jeez, let me live.

18.The Predator (Kevin Peter Hall), Predator (1988)

The monster in "Predator."

I've said it before and I will say it again. Built like an athlete, strong thighs, strong shoulders, killer "hair." = Babe. He could throw me around any day. The Predator can get it.

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17.Ivan Drago (Dolph Lundgren), Rocky IV (1986)

Dolph Lundgren in "Rocky IV"

Just stop for a second. Look at him....Did you see? You get it? Now we can move on.

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16.Kara (Corinna Everson), Double Impact (1991)

She has her hair up and wears bangs over her forehead. Her face is relaxed, mostly, but jaw tense.
Two women from "Deep Impact" flirt.
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15.Dr. Elsa Schneider (Alison Doody), Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989)

She wears a large floppy hat and light lipstick, looking to the side.

She seduced both Indiana Jones and Henry Jones Sr.

So, Harrison Ford and Sean Connery. Iconic. Legendary. Queen.

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14.The Duke (Isaac Hayes), Escape From New York (1981)

Isaac Hayes in "Escape from New York"

The Duke's A-Number One! He has a disco ball inside his car and chandeliers for headlights. The man knows style, and has the power to back it up.

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He drives a car with a disco ball on the dash and a chandelier on the hood.
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13.Chong Li (Bolo Yeung), Bloodsport (1988)

Shirtless man with a headband is fighting.
Bolo is shirtless, moving his pecs.
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12.Ivan The Russian (Jean-Claude Van Damme), No Retreat No Surrender (1985)

He wears a tank top, boxing robe, and gloves.

Its Jean-Claude Van Damme. The muscles from Brussels. Need I say more?

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11.Shang Tsung (Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa), Mortal Kombat (1995)

Shang Tsung in "Mortal Kombat."

10.Sergeant Andrew Scott (Dolph Lundgren), Universal Soldier (1992)

Dolph Lundgren in Universal Soldier.

I know its Dolph again, but can you really blame me? Look at that face. Sure Sergeant Scott may have some baggage, but at least he knows how to accessorise!

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9.May Day (Grace Jones), James Bond: A View To A Kill (1985)

Grace Jones in "James Bond: A View To A Kill"

Grace Jones is a GODDESS and you all need to remember that! May Day lifts a man fully above her head with ease and I think that's just superb, really. I still don't fully understand how the ethereal beauty of Grace Jones is real, but it is and she can do whatever she wants.

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Grace Jones lifts a man over her head in this "James Bond" film
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8.O-Ren Ishii (Lucy Liu), Kill Bill Vol 1 (2003)

Lucy Liu holds a sword in "Kill Bill Vol 1"

Not many women can say they have had a biographical song wrote about them by the Wu-Tang wordsmith that is RZA, but O-Ren Ishii is one of those women. Delicate til the end, she showed that true power isn't about physical strength, its about determination...and swords, swords play a big part in it too.

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7.Santanico Pandemonium (Salma Hayek), From Dusk Til Dawn (1996)

Salma Hayek in "From Dusk Til Dawn"

With a name like Santanico Pandemonium, you know you're in for a deliciously wicked treat. Salma Hayek is a queen, and you better bow to her, right now. Plus the snake! Britney Spears could never.

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6.Drexel (Gary Oldman...again.), True Romance (1993)

Gary Oldman in "True Romance"
Gary Oldman in this movie, saying "I know I'm pretty."
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5.Alonzo Harris (Denzel Washington), Training Day (2001)

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The "yes Daddy" vibes I get off this man are unpalpable. Strong, intelligent, wealthy...yes, he may be a corrupt person, but it's Denzel, what do you want from me, I am only human!

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4.Xenia Onatopp (Famke Janssen), James Bond: GoldenEye (1995)

Famke Janssen in "James Bond: GoldenEye"

Xenia Onatopp can be Onatopp-of me any time she wants (sorry, is that too much?). Her method for making your lights go out is to crush you with her thighs, which she gets an almost...erotic...high from. I mean, we all have to die someday, and I think this is the way I want to go.

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She looks up, wearing a robe, smiling.
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3.Bodhi (Patrick Swayze), Point Break (1991)

Patrick Swayze in "Point Break."

2.Madison Lee (Demi Moore), Charlie's Angels Full Throttle (2003)

Demi Moore in "Charlie's Angels Full Throttle"

1.And Simon Phoenix (Wesley Snipes), Demolition Man (1993)

Wesley Snipes in "Demolition Man"

I am going to be honest with you, every one of the 24 people prior to Simon Phoenix absolutely pales in comparison. Built? Check. Wild? Check. Pure chaos? Double Check. Absolute badass? Check x infinity + 1. I really do love a blonde.

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Wesley Snipes nods and says, "exactamundo."
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So there you go, a deeply bizarre list of 25 villains I think are total baddies!

Don't forget me know in the comments down below if I forgot your favourite, or if you want to make me feel a little better about my choices in life...