The Ultimate Villain Tournament is a bracket style competition that pits movie villain against movie villain. In this match up, a Nazi “Jew Hunter” faces off with a Wall Street shark. Whew, now that sounds downright evil. Which baddie would be able to pull off his/her villainous scheme? Take a look at our character breakdowns and tell us who you think is the bigger threat.
Of course, Nazis are the worst but this guy is on another level. He definitely would still be killing people even if he didn’t have Nazi Germany as an excuse because he loves the hunt way more than he hates Jews. He’s so chilling that he can make the delightful creme on your pastry curdle with a single stare.
Strengths: Highly intelligent and observant, masterful at tracking down people, loyal to no one but his own interests
Weaknesses: Ego makes him believe he’s untouchable
Once ranked the fourth richest fictional character by Forbes magazine, Gekko is not to be messed with in the Wall Street arena. He’s a ruthless and corrupt business man that will stop at nothing to get what he wants: everything. Yes, Greed is Good kids, and the Gordon is one greedy shark.
Strengths: Money, obviously, but with that money comes a lot of power. Shallow, aggressive, who-cares-about-the-little-guy attitude that makes him great at what he does.
Weaknesses: His beyond-shady business tactics make him a vulnerable target against former-protege opponents with slicked back widow’s peak hair dos. He has screwed over a lot of people and could crumble thanks to a scorned friend.