A Lesson on How to be a Villain the Alan Rickman way

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Wed, Apr 14th, 2010 10:00 by capnasty NEWS

To be a great villain requires more than merely being rotten to the core. The best bad guys are multi-dimensional and unpredictable. With each patronizing grin, disdainful remark and narcissistic fit, Alan Rickman elevates the role of a villain from the plain ol' bastard to a bastard coated bastard with bastard filling. Actors take note. TheManyFaces.Com has picked their four favorite Rickman villains to illustrate the ultimate lessons in how to be a villain, the Alan Rickman way.

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