The Movie Villain/The Actual Villain

There’s a meme going around on Twitter again called “The Movie Villain/The Actual Villain”, where people post an image of someone in a movie or a show and then an image of who they think the real bad guy is. Some are getting creative with it and showing people and things in our general society that have been widely regarded as “villains”, versus who the actual villain is in real life. You’ll get the idea in a minute.

Anyway, here are my contributions:

The Movie Villain:

The Actual Villain:

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The Movie Villain:

The Actual Villain:

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The Movie Villain:

The Actual Villain:

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The Movie Villain:

The Actual Villain:

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The Movie Villain:

The Actual Villain:

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The Movie Villain:

The Actual Villain:

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I write about the end of illusions.

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