If I’m making a character a villain–they stay a villain. I might go back in time to the one point that could have kept them from going completely off the chain, but I am not going to have a confused, indecisive villain…The hero makes a few mistakes that one might wanna kick his/her ass over once in a while–but the villain just flies off the freaking chain! I want my villains to be hated, loathed and totally detested by the reader–even if I have to make them totally unacceptable to society. It’s rather therapeutic to write them that way and watch them get theirs…What character in a movie or book do you think is the ULTIMATE villain? One of mine is the mother in “Precious. Just for Mo’Nique‘s performance alone as a villain (Mary), it is worth watching even if one gets totally pissed off over it! By the end of that movie, I don’t know of a single viewer that didn’t want to kick her ass–meaning that character! Mo’Nique did a great job!
Seriously…What character is your ultimate villain? “Shylock”? Richard III? Cain? J. R. Ewing?
Well here’s a link to my top ones but they deal with film…Whether in a movie, TV show or a book, I want to know your thoughts so PLEASE share them! Thanks!
Someone welcomed me to the All-American “Nanahood” today…As mentioned before, I am going to be a grandmother. My mind flooded with emotion when we found that my baby, Kevin, is having his own baby–and it is a boy…He will arrive onto this troubled orb sometime around 27 July 2012. I’ve looked at the significance of the date in History, and then decided I’ll wait until he gets here to deal with that post…However, I will let it be known now that I thank God he is not coming in November or December since those are the months that his father, his two uncles and I have birthdays and everyone is always freaking broke because Christmas is RIGHT AFTER! ***I am rejoicing there! Seriously!***
Being that I have raised 3 sons, I can deal with this little guy fairly well! He’s going to be raised on football, baseball, Shakespeare and Heavy me–I mean several genres of music. Above all, he will learn to watch the sky and know what the changes mean, as well as how to hear the 4 winds. He’ll know the differences between the birds. He will also know to thank the universe for what is given to him. If we are ever by the ocean again, he’ll learn to watch the tides. All of these things I learned, and more. To those who do not understand this, it would seem to be useless but I have never been harmed by tornadoes and such yet…NO weather man can predict the weather like this family can anyway.