Although they are designed to challenge their skills and virtues of the hero, although, in essence, “the villain” has no independent existence only to the extent that at least suggests a reference to its antagonistic figure, we can not ignore the fact that bad guys usually are more charismatic than heroic figures. That’s why, today we present a top 10 of the most awesome villains created by Pixar.
Charles Muntz from Up, somewhat resembles with Stinky Peet, from Toy Story. Both have the same gentle apparent as wise grandparents, both disarm any caution by their affable behavior, and delivers both surprise with an over-dose of game. Muntz is an old man with good intentions, is an adventurer who is capable of anything in the eyes of scientists who have labeled as farseur. Muntz is the embodiment of ambition… like any other negative character.
09. Monster’s Inc.
Henry J. Waternoose is one of the three largest shareholders of energy company Monster’s Inc. Which he inherited at age 142 years, and he leads the unscrupulousness of a greedy capitalist real estate. Unlike other “villain” of children’s animated universes, the tycoon is perhaps less “nice” of them all.
Chick Hicks from Cars is a car with an immeasurable ambition and with a malicious desire to be the “full” racing vehicle advertisements. No matter how evil they would like this character mechanically to anthropomorphic figure is enough to soften corners and “frown” character in any condition to be first.
07. Finding Nemo
Darla from Finding Nemo is a creature that you want to see shoted in the head because is so irritating. With her hideous dental device, looking dumb and his murderous impulses, Darla is a cruel sadism. Yes you can take the hand with Sid, child-monster in Toy Story, who destroys toys just for fun. Everything can be supported, but not a ill child.
06. A Bug’s Life
Hopper from A Bug’s Life, is the tyrant who makes the law in the colony of ants, together with two of his aide, molt and Thumper. Reference to slavery and inhuman behavior is more than obvious. Do not forget that Hopper ends eaten by a bird… a very successful animation by Pixar.
Anton Ego from Ratatouille, Mephistophelian is more than just the “bad guy”. With its height of Nosferatu, weak, with the morbid air of conspirators, this character, although present in the film background, stands out precisely because of its allure mocninda evil. Ratatouille was one of the most successful animations from Pixar.
Chef Skinner, the same Ratatouille, is ostentatious and lacking in subtlety version of Anton Ego. Chef Skinner is the best guild and wants to stay in that way forever. Has a hunger for success and wealth sister with death… who stands in his way. It is very interesting how people at Pixar (Disney also) know how to drastically reduce primary features of typology criminal drama to create a “villain” that does not stick too infantile public freak.
03. Monster’s Inc..
Randall, from Monster’s Inc., Satan is portrayed. Perverse need large, brutal and incapable of positive experiences, this lizard is the owner of the factory torque contrasting the children fear turned into energy. While Waternoose is insidious and calculated diabolism or corporate, Randall is a true monster: unfettered and without much ambition.
02. Finding Nemo
Bruce from Finding Nemo, is a shark and, as a creature that humans can not perceive it as nothing but a pure-blood beast. I mean hunt with a hideous smile rather. As the main enemy of the fish and the aquatic behemot is created with style and credibility.
01. The Incredibles
Syndrome from The Incredibles, has all the attributes to be the most ridiculous and the most formidable opponent of the hero of Pixar animated fictional world. His real name is Buddy Pine, who apparently does not like that, because the early film tells his boy Trust, as would become Syndrome. It has some of the features of Mandark: is intelligent beyond measure, is a nerd and so complex, and has a terrible hatred towards all things order and respect … as a true “arch-villain”.