25 Villains Whose Plans Are Ridiculous
George R.R Martin onca said that “Nobody is a villain in their own story. We're all the heroes of our own stories”. So You would assume that villains in movies would behave like the heroes of the story they believe in. However, too often movie villains are known for talking too much, or underestimating the hero, or diving headfirst into conflicts they have no hope of winning. They just don't seem to behave like someone that truly believe they deserve justice.
While we will be the first to admit we enjoy it, what we can not figure out, is why. What is the exact thought process behind the catastrophically stupid decisions on-screen villains keep making? And when will it stop?
We asked our readers to take a stab at explaining, in three-step diagrams, the exact logic behind pop culture's most infamous villainy. The winner got a hundred bucks, but first, the runners-up: