Quentin Tarantino has a reputation for creating colorful, stylish characters. Some of his best are the villains.
So which Tarantino villain is the greatest? They are all so different, but one has to be better than the others. Please vote in the poll above and say why you voted for that specific character
Is it really a question? Hans Landa from Ingloriious Basterds!
If Jules and Vincent were on this poll, I would take offense to that because they’re not really villains.
Landa. Mr. Blonde is a close second. Ordell shouldn’t really be on this list, since Tarantino technically didn’t create the character. Great villain regardless.
Pulp Fiction doesn’t really have a villain.
Where’s Stephen from Django Unchained?
Imo Tarantino’s “villains” have complexities to them which humanizes them. I’d say this is true in all of the above.
For me, the biggest villain in a Tarantino film is one which he wrote, “True Romance”. There’s more than a few ‘villains’ in that one, but I give it to James Gandolfini. Vain, ruthless, arrogant, he’s a bigger villain than any of the above.
No question, definitely Hans Landa. Waltz had everything I love in a villain: truly evil, sexy, scary, and even funny at times.
Landa for sure. There’s really no competition.
Ordell shouldn’t really be on this list, since Tarantino technically didn’t create the character.
Now that I think about it, you’re absolutely right
1. Hans Landa
2. Elle Driver
3. Marcelus Wallace
Waltz but I LOVED Daryl Hannah in Kill Bill vol 2.
Ordell Robbie (Samuel L. Jackson), Jackie Brown