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  • Welcome to watch Mojo.

  • And today we'll be counting down our picks for the top 10 movie villains who are actually cowards.

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  • This is a ministry matter.

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  • For this list will be looking at the most popular movie villains who act tough but who are actually quite cowardly When push comes to shove.

  • Who do you think is the biggest movie coward?

  • Let us know in the comments below.

  • Now on to the Top 10.

  • Number 10 shooter McGavin Happy Gilmore shooter is perhaps the slimiest villain found in an Adam Sandler movie played wonderfully by Christopher McDonald.

  • Shooters certainly thinks he's Mr Tough Guy and even trolls happy the very first time they meet by sending him into the sprinklers.

  • But he's actually a giant coward.

  • He often backs down from confrontation like backing away from happy in the bar and speed walking away from Mr Larson.

  • I beg to differ happy.

  • Gilmore accomplished that feat no more than an hour ago.

  • Well, moron, good for Happy Gilmore.

  • Oh, my God.

  • Granted, those are some scary situations.

  • What's not Scariest Happy's harmless banter?

  • Which shooter response To buy, bumbling through some lame response and walking away.

  • You're in big trouble.

  • The palette pieces of shit like you for breakfast.

  • You eat pieces of shit for breakfast.

  • No, he can't even beat Happy fairly, instead paying a lonely man to heckle and run over.

  • Happy with his car.

  • So we'll see the next tournament, right?

  • Oh, no, that won't be necessary.

  • This was on national TV.

  • Gilmore's gone.

  • Number nine.

  • Ernst Stavro Blofeld For your Eyes only.

  • Good afternoon, Mr Bond.

  • Don't concern yourself with the pilot.

  • One of my less useful people, blow Felled, is perhaps the most famous bond villain being mentioned or appearing in six of the original 20 films takes more than a few props to turn seven into a herald.

  • Take more than cutting off your ear lobes.

  • Blow fall to turn you into account.

  • I may yet surprise you.

  • His final appearance in the original timeline came in 1980 ones.

  • For your eyes only, However, audiences never see his face as the character was embroiled in a legal dispute at the time.

  • Many fans don't wanna believe it's actually him, because the depiction is so out of character and cowardly.

  • He cries bags and whimpers after Bond sticks him with the helicopter landing skid, and then he simply tossed down a chimney way.

  • Let's do it here.

  • I fired with delicate data.

  • You stay the species on.

  • Just like that.

  • Bonds, biggest and most dangerous Antagonist, was dead.

  • This entire sequence served as producer Albert R.

  • Broccoli's middle finger to Kevin McK Laurie, who was claiming rights to the Blofeld character.

  • Number eight.

  • Captain Hook, Peter Pan Disney did Captain Hook nasty, turning him from a terrifying, dangerous threat in tow.

  • Wacky comic relief thing again.

  • This is for the kids, so we suppose we can accept it.

  • Despite being the big bad of the movie and one of the most popular villains in Disney history, Captain Hook is actually quite a goof.

  • Curt Third beat a bad making a food out of me.

  • He's always being injured in many humorous and wacky ways, and he's constantly ridiculed by those around him.

  • He's also a massive coward who panics and stutters whenever things aren't going his way, whimpers whenever the crock is near and never puts up in actual fight against Peter Pan it be stupid, easy to mutiny against this guy despite his enormous reputation.

  • Number seven Umbrage, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Why air the villains of Harry Potter?

  • So wimpy Harry killed Oh, Dad, respect me.

  • Peter Pettigrew and Draco Malfoy are both cowardly wimps.

  • And even though Umbrage puts on a tougher exterior, she to crumbles under pressure.

  • Umbrage acts tough whenever she has the power of riel forces behind her, like the Dementors or the ministry's politics.

  • To question my practices is to question the ministry on, by extension the minister himself.

  • I am a tolerant woman, but the one thing I will not stand for is disloyalty.

  • She's the type of bully who acts tougher whenever they're bigger, stronger friends air around but her powerless on their own.

  • She shows fear during Fred and George's fireworks display and even runs from the fake fireworks dragon.

  • She also can't handle the oppressive atmosphere of the forbidden forest and whimpers when the centers arrived.

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  • This is a ministry matter points for deflecting the arrow and taking one out.

  • Though number six Colonel Jessup.

  • A few good men based on Aaron Sorkin's play of the same name.

  • A few good men stars.

  • Jack Nicholson is United States Marine Corps Colonel Nathan R.

  • Jessup.

  • The colonel serves as base commander at Guantanamo Bay, where a Marine named William Santiago was killed.

  • As the story progresses, the audience learns that the fierce and faux friendly Colonel Jessup is actually a massive coward.

  • You want answers?

  • I think I'm entitled.

  • You want answered?

  • What the truth.

  • You can't handle the truth.

  • He flies off the handle whenever he's rightfully confronted and question he grows furious after being caught in a lie, much like a child.

  • But above all, he isn't above sacrificing others and hiding behind them to save himself.

  • You order the code red.

  • I did the job.

  • Did you order the code Red?

  • Goddamn right I did.

  • And that is the truest sign of a bona fide coward.

  • Number five scar.

  • The Lion King.

  • This Hamlet with lions features scar and the role of Claudius fed up with being overshadowed.

  • Scar conspires to have his brother and nephew killed.

  • Be prepared.

  • We'll be prepared.

  • For what?

  • For the death of the King from we're gonna kill him, Simba to.

  • That's cowardly enough, but it's even worse that he had to create some needlessly elaborate plan.

  • Long live the King.

  • At least Claudius had the guts to just poison Hamlet's dad straight out.

  • And when he's confronted by Simba and the hyenas, he places the blame on others and cowers in the corner while pleading for his life.

  • If that wasn't bad enough, he also gets the cowardly drop on Simba by throwing ash into his face rather than fight him directly.

  • Talk about a complete lack of honor.

  • No no Number four.

  • Gaston Beauty and the Beast.

  • Gaston also lacks even a shred of honor, despite this massive frame and frequent boasting.

  • In fact, he's arguably the most cowardly villain in the Disney canon, the whole towns talking about it.

  • It's not right for a woman to read.

  • Soon she starts getting ideas and thinking.

  • Firstly, he shoots a docile beast in the back to instigate the rooftop fight, and even then, the beast is too dejected to fight back.

  • Come on, No way.

  • Give him credit for going toe to toe with the beast.

  • The fight ends in a cowardly manner.

  • Guest on, begs and pleads for his life.

  • Once the beast dangles him over the ledge.

  • And when the beast goes to Bell, Guest on stabs him again in the back, literally attacking defenseless targets from behind is a universal sign for Coward, and Gaston does it twice.

  • Number three Pennywise it chapter to the second half of it has always been a little rocky, what with the Giant Spider and all the 2019 adaptation stayed relatively faithful to the source novel and miniseries, but tried something new by having the losers taunt Pennywise to death.

  • Now, seriously, throughout two movies and numerous hours, Pennywise is portrayed as this horrible, unimaginably terrifying creature who both taunts and murders Children.

  • Oh, literal eater of worlds certainly has ego to spare.

  • You wanna play truth or dare?

  • Here's the truth.

  • You're a sloppy bitch.

  • Yeah, that's right.

  • Let's dance.

  • But when his victims finally decided to fight back, it literally cowers and cries from the verbal insults until it's left a wrinkly shell of its former self.

  • The theme was obvious, but it also made for a really lame and anticlimactic ending.

  • Number two Carter Burke aliens.

  • I guess you two have met her.

  • I'm Burke.

  • Carter Burke.

  • I work for the company, but don't let that fool you.

  • I'm really an okay guy.

  • It's hard to imagine a corporate suit played by Paul Riser being the least bit intimidating, so he wasn't.

  • Instead, Burke does the fake friendly thing throughout the entire movie and tries dictating the action from behind the scenes.

  • It was Burke who ordered the colonist to investigate the spaceship.

  • And it was Burke who, through to face huggers into the room with Ripley and Newt failed the other one in history, man.

  • Uh huh.

  • Jesus.

  • Oh, back it was Burke.

  • Also, he could get rich by using the aliens Is biological weapons.

  • Those two specimens are worth millions to the bio weapons division.

  • Right now.

  • If you're smart, we can both come out of his heroes, and we will be set up for life.

  • On top of all that, he's a consummate deceiver.

  • And when it finally comes time to face off against the aliens, Burke runs and hides.

  • Suffice to say, nobody really mourned when he was gobbled up by one before we unveil our topic.

  • Here are a few other movie villain cowards who deserve some honorable mention.

  • The orphanage headmaster Deadpool two Coward runs and begs for mercy When confronted, I said, Other wicked Who are healed by my hair.

  • Vic Hoskins.

  • Jurassic World, He tries.

  • Pleading with the rapture is a boy Easy.

  • Hey, let's Chief Casino Royale.

  • The big bad is just a coward who owes money to more powerful people.

  • Get the money, Tell them I'll get the money.

  • Money isn't this valuable toe organization is knowing who to trust.

  • John's pitch Black Not nearly the tough mercenary he portrays himself to be.

  • Lotso.

  • Toy Story three embodies the begs for help.

  • Then screw the heroes over anyway.

  • Tro Look at Where's your kids now, Sheriff?

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