The Most Ridiculous Plot Key Words on IMDb

Heist, romance, sports, betrayal, mystery, coming of age…these are all examples of what plot key words should be. Words that convey the most important plot points and themes in a movie. Now look at of these ridiculous plot key words IMDb uses to describe movies.

The Lion King
Hula dance, no opening credits, tastes like chicken joke, flatulence
the lion king movie poster
I love movies about taste like chicken jokes.

The Shawshank Redemption
Feet on desk, reference to National Geographic magazine, maggot, talking through bookshelf, three word title
The Shawshank Redepmtion poster

The Godfather
Elevator, orange peel, cat, Radio City Music Hall Manhattan New York, character appears in newspaper, horse
the godfather movie poster

The Dark Knight
Voiceover letter, homoerotic, text message, man wearing a wig, blocking a door with a chair, sitting
The Dark Knight movie poster

Pulp Fiction
Impersonating Buddy Holly, talking to one’s self in a mirror, slurping a drink with a straw, forming a square in the air, toaster
Pulp Fiction movie poster

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Thirst, coat, train, kindness, friendship
The Good the Bad and the Ugly movie poster

Schindler’s List
Shaving, what happened to epilogue, hiding in a closet, urination, mirror
schindlers list movie poster

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
Lifting male in air, severed finger, swarm tactic, ferry boat, colon in title
first Lord of the Rings movie poster

Fight Club
Character repeating someone else’s dialogue, falling down stairs, title spoken by character, girl, severe tire damage, Ikea
fight club movie poster brad pitt soap

Star Wars
Character says “I have a bad feeling about this,” force choke, preemptive strike, incestuous kiss (blech), Wilhelm Scream, Stormtrooper, Millennium Falcon
Star Wars IV movie poster

Inception
College student, dream within a dream within a dream, walking up a wall, limbo, bathtub, aging, cyber punk
Inception movie poster Leonardo DiCaprio standing alone
It’s the best dream within a dream within a dream movie I’ve ever seen.

Forrest Gump
Calling someone an idiot, telling someone to shut up, bus stop, character repeats narrator’s words, feather, legless man
Star Wars IV movie poster

Goodfellas
Real life mother and daughter playing mother and daughter, kicked in the face, insult, actor shares first name with character, lion, gun in panties
GoodFellas movie poster

The Matrix
Wearing sunglasses inside, black trench coat, ringing telephone, punched in the ribs, slow motion scene, technology gone amok
The Matrix movie poster
Actually, that’s pretty much what this movie about.

Se7en
Box
se7en movie poster
WHAT’S IN THE BOX!?!?

The Usual Suspects
Reference to Albert Einstein, reference to Loch Ness Monster, reference to Lee Harvey Oswald, reference to Pope John Paul II
The Usual Suspects movie poster

The Silence of the Lambs
Lights suddenly go out, female senator, small dog, pay phone, fat girl, reference to Hannibal Lecter
The Silence of the Lambs movie poster
I love movies that reference characters in the movie.

It’s A Wonderful Life
African American woman, advice from bartender, contraction in title, partial deafness, handshake
It's A Wonderful Life movie poster

Casablanca
Conversation with character playing piano, piano, pianist, piano player
Casablanca movie poster
Is there a piano in this movie?

Raiders of the Lost Ark
Boulder, whip, fear of snakes, female tied up, dead monkey, hat wearing heroes
Indiana Jones Raiders of the Lost Ark movie poster
Again, not a bad summary.

Memento
Scantily clad female, spoken inner thoughts, obscene finger gesture, nude fight, hanging up without saying goodbye
Memento movie poster
Hanging Up Without Saying Goodbye: A Grandmother’s Memoir

The Departed
Ice cream parlor, man with glasses, menstruation, beeper, leather jacket, blood on shirt
The Departed movie poster

Back to the Future
Tearing page out of a phone book, kiss reveals absence of love, 555 phone number, hanging from clock, underwear
Back to the Future movie poster

Your Favorite Characters Scientifically Sorted Into Factions

Here’s how all the book and movie characters you love (and love to hate…and deeply despise) would be divided among the Factions in Divergent.

divergent factions symbols
This based on ~*science*~

Abnegation

Darrel “Darry” Curtis (The Outsiders)
Severus Snape (Harry Potter)
Dobby (Harry Potter)
Hodor (A Song of Ice and Fire)
The Grandfather (The Princess Bride)
Boo Radley (To Kill A Mockingbird)
Jorah Mormont (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Charlie Bucket (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory)
Emily Fields (Pretty Little Liars)
Charlotte A. Cavatica (Charlotte’s Web)
Bob Cratchit (A Christmas Carol)
Tiny Tim (A Christmas Carol)
Samwise Gamgee (Lord of the Rings)
Molly Weasley (Harry Potter)
Snow White
Alfred Pennyworth (Batman)
R2-D2 (Star Wars)
Edward Cullen (Twilight)
Charlie (The Perks of Being a Wallflower)
Juliette Ferrars (Fracture Me)
Hans Hubermann (The Book Thief)
Genie (Aladdin)
Slinky Dog (Toy Story)
Jack Dawson (Titanic)
Gwen Cromwell Piper (Halloweentown)

Amity

Peeta Mellark (The Hunger Games)
Primrose Everdeen (The Hunger Games)
Neville Longbottom (Harry Potter)
Cedric Diggory (Harry Potter)
Luna Lovegood (Harry Potter)
Ponyboy Curtis (The Outsiders)
Johnny Cade (The Outsiders)
Ned Stark (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Buttercup (The Princess Bride)
Fezzik (The Princess Bride)
Aria Montgomery (Pretty Little Liars)
Captain America/Steve Rogers
Pooh Bear
Susan Pevensie (The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe)
Charles Xavier (X-Men)
Superman/Clark Kent
Mary Jane Watson (Spider-Man)
Obi-Wan Kenobi (Star Wars)
C-3PO (Star Wars)
Adam Kent (Shatter Me)
Lennie (Of Mice and Men)
Aimee Finnicky (The Spectacular Now)
The Magic Carpet (Aladdin)
Pi (Life of Pi)
Charlie Swan (Twilight)
Buzz Lightyear (Toy Story)
Barbie (Toy Story)
Rex (Toy Story)
Cameron James (10 Things I Hate About You)
Rose DeWitt Bukater (Titanic)
Sandy Olsson (Grease)
Gretchen Weiners (Mean Girls)
Cady Heron (Mean Girls)
Claire Standish (The Breakfast Club)
Cher Horowitz (Cluesless)
Will Turner (Pirates of the Caribbean)
Elizabeth Swann (Pirates of the Caribbean)
Chuckie Sullivan (Good Will Hunting)
Todd Anderson (Dead Poets Society)
Sophie Piper (Halloweentown)

Candor

Drunk Haymitch Abernathy (The Hunger Games)
Ron Weasley (Harry Potter)
Shae (A Song of Ice and Fire)
The Albino (The Princess Bride)
Deborah Morgan (Dexter)
Newt (The Maze Runner)
Willy Wonka (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory)
Hanna Marin (Pretty Little Liars)
Ebeneezer Scrooge (A Christmas Carol)
Junie B. Jones
Magneto (X-Men)
Luke Skywalker (Star Wars)
Ian Malcolm (Jurassic Park)
John Hammond (Jurassic Park)
Jacob Black (Twlight)
Patrick (The Perks of Being a Wallflower)
Lily (The Giver)
Liesel Meminger (The Book Thief)
Nala (The Lion King)
Princess Jasmine (Aladdin)
The Tiger (Life of Pi)
Mr. Potato Head (Toy Story)
Hamm (Toy Story)
Bianca Stratford (10 Things I Hate About You)
Joey Donner (10 Things I Hate About You)
Vivian Ward  (Pretty Woman)
Molly Brown (Titanic)
Lilly Moscovitz (The Princess Diaries)
Frenchy (Grease)
Karen Smith (Mean Girls)
Andrew Clark (The Breakfast Club)
Dionne “Dee” Davenport (Clueless)
Skylar (Good Will Hunting)
Knox Overestreet (Dead Poets Society)
Fat Amy (Pitch Perfect)

Dauntless

Gale Hawthorne (The Hunger Games)
Fred Weasley (Harry Potter)
George Weasley (Harry Potter)
Dallas Winston (The Outsiders)
Sodapop Curtis (The Outsiders)
Robb Stark (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Robert Baratheon (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Jaime Lannister (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Oberyn Martell (A Song of Ice and Fire)
The Mountain (A Song of Ice and Fire)
The Hound (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Indigo Montoya (The Princess Bride)
Alaska Young (Looking for Alaska)
Minho (The Maze Runner)
Daenerys Targaren (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Thor
Iron Man/Tony Stark
The Hulk
Peter Pan
Pippi Longstocking
Wolverine (X-Men)
Bane (Batman)
Han Solo (Star Wars)
Sam (The Perks of Being a Wallflower)
Kenji Kishimoto (Shatter Me)
Sutter Keely (The Spectacular Now)
Patrick Verona (10 Things I Hate About You)
Danny Zuko (Grease)
Betty Rizzo (Grease)
Kenickie (Grease)
John Bender (The Breakfast Club)
Allison Reynolds (The Breakfast Club)
Chel (The Road to El Dorado)
T-Rex (Jurassic Park)
Marnie Piper (Halloweentown)

Erudite

Sober Haymitch Abernathy (The Hunger Games)
Hermione Granger (Harry Potter)
Albus Dumbledore (Harry Potter)
Ginny Weasley (Harry Potter)
Sherlock Holmes
Sansa Stark (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Catelyn Stark (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Tyrion Lannister (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Tywin Lannister (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Margery Tyrell (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Vizzini (The Princess Bride)
Dexter Morgan (Dexter)
Scout Finch (To Kill A Mockingbird)
Jem Finch (To Kill A Mockingbird)
Hazel Grace Lancaster (The Fault in Our Stars)
Theresea (The Maze Runner)
Matilda
Lisbeth Salander (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo)
Spencer Hastings (Pretty Little Liars)
Annabeth Chase (Percy Jackson)
Gandalf (The Lord of the Rings)
Bruce Banner
Hannibal Lecter (Silence of the Lambs)
Leia Organa (Star Wars)
Alan Grant (Jurassic Park)
Velociraptor (Jurassic Park)
Aaron Warner (Shatter Me)
George (Of Mice and Men)
Rafiki (The Lion King)
Woody (Toy Story)
Kat Stratford (10 Things I Hate About You)
Regina George (Mean Girls)
Brian Johnson (The Breakfast Club)
Tulio (The Road to El Dorado)
Will Hunting (Good Will  Hunting)
Dylan Piper (Halloweentown)
Spock (Star Trek)
Beca (Pitch Perfect)

Divergent

Katniss Everdeen (The Hunger Games)
Harry Potter
Voldemort (Harry Potter)
Arya Stark (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Jon Snow (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Westley (The Princess Bride)
Elphaba (Wicked)
Atticus Finch (To Kill A Mockingbird)
August Waters (The Fault in Our Stars)
Thomas (The Maze Runner)
Percy Jackson
Batman/Bruce Wayne
The Joker (Batman)
Lucy Pevensie (The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe)
Darth Vader (Star Wars)
Robert Neville (I Am Legend)
Jonas (The Giver)
The Giver
Jason Bourne
Mufasa (The Lion King)
Aladdin
Mia Thermopolis (Princess Diaries)
Queen Clarisse Renaldi (Princess Diaries)
Glenn Coco (Mean Girls)
Anastasia
Dimitri (Anastasia)
Captain Jack Sparrow (Pirates of the Caribbean)
Sean Maguire (Good Will Hunting)
John Keating (Dead Poets Society)
Neil Perry (Dead Poets Society)
Aggie Cromwell (Halloweentown)
James T. Kirk (Star Trek)
Indiana Jones
James Bond

Factionless *gasp*

Joffrey Baratheon (A Song of Ice and Fire) (fuck you)
Veruca Salt (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory)
Bella Swan (Twilight)
Cha-Cha DiGregorio (Grease)

The Wolf of Wall Street: Movie Review

The Wolf of Wall Street movie poster

Movie: The Wolf of Wall Street

Director: Martin Scorsese

Writers: Terence Winter

Rating: ♥ ♥ – Okay

Stars:
Leonardo DiCaprio Leonardo DiCaprio as Jordan Belfort

Margot Robbie Margot Robbie as Naomi Lapaglia

Jonah Hill Jonah Hill as Donnie Azoff

Read the The Wolf of Wall Street book review!

Remind me what it’s about…
Stock fraud, sex and drugs.

Jordan Belfort (DiCaprio) is a hotshot stockbroker in the ’90s living a very lucrative and illegal life. He makes millions of dollars a day and lives a caricature of a real life. Every aspect of his life is extraordinarily excessive and oozes extravagance; there’s nothing too lavish or luxurious for Jordan or his wife. Also, everyone is crazy. It’s hard to believe this is based on someone’s actual life.

What did you think?
There’s almost nothing relatable about Jordan or his life. His ridiculous and offensive behavior is like a train wreck, you just can’t look away. But at the same time, train wrecks don’t go on for three hours. There aren’t a lot of movies that can go for three hours and be enjoyable the whole way through (not every movie can be a Titanic or The Departed). Once you get a taste of how ludicrous Jordan’s life is, it starts to feel repetitive. There’s only so much drugs, nudity and stock fraud you can take before it gets old and tired.

Was it a good adaption?
Ehh. The book was a lot easier to digest than the movie and a lot more interesting. Any time Jordan starts to talk about what he’s actually doing to get away with fraud, he just says something like “I’m not going to bore you with the hard facts, just know that it is super illegal.” When reading the book, I found the “how” really interesting, it also showed just how smart Jordan was. It was a way to get a good look inside the workings of Jordan’s brilliantly corrupt brain. Another pro of reading about the legal details, is that it was a break from all the insanity. Since that was excluded from the movie, you never get a break from the circus of sex and drugs.

Should I watch it?
I wouldn’t watch it again. I mostly just watched because it was nominated for Best Picture and I’ll watch almost anything if Leo’s there. If you’re into critically-acclaimed three hour long shit shows, you can buy The Wolf of Wall Street DVD on Amazon.

Here’s the trailer:

Divergent: Movie Review

Divergent movie poster

 Movie: Divergent

Director: Neil Burger

Writers: Evan Daugherty & Vanessa Taylor

Rating: ♥ ♥ ♥ ½

 Stars:
Shailene WoodleyShailene Woodley as Tris

Theo James Theo James as Four

Kate Winslet Kate Winslet as Jeanine

Read the book review!

Remind me what it’s about…
Tris lives in a society divided into five factions: Abnegation (the selfless), Amity (the peaceful), Candor (the honest), Dauntless (the brave) and Erudite (the intelligent). When children come of age they have to pick a faction to join, they are free to choose any faction they want but once you pick a faction there’s no switching. And if you pick a faction you weren’t raised in, you’re likely to never see your family again. No big deal.

After Tris’ Choosing Ceremony, she begins her initiation and meets Four who is a major babe. Because there’s always a major babe. Major Babe is a mysterious, strict and intimidating trainer/coach for the initiates. His job is to teach the newbies what they need to know about their new faction and look beautiful while doing it. Tris struggles at first but she’s determined to be successful and she just might make it with Major Babe’s help.

What did you think?
Shailene and Theo’s beauty combined is brighter than the noontime sun. I love looking at pretty things, so I was pleased anytime Shailene Woodley, Theo James or Kate Winslet were on screen. But I loved the whole cast for more than just their pure beauty. They were all close to how I imagined them to be when I was reading, which impressed me.

But, Divergent was the tinsiest bit cheesy and predictable at times; mostly concerning a few cookie cutter characters. There was the all knowing mother, the stereotypical arrogant punk who was a jerk for the sake of being a jerk, the endearing speaks-before-she-thinks best friend, and of course the beautiful and strong heroine who doesn’t realize how strong or beautiful she really is and the dangerous, mysterious and beautiful love interest. While not necessarily the most original characters, they appear in movies/books all the time because they work. They make make for a fun and exciting story that people want to immerse themselves in.

The biggest flaw was the music. There were certain scenes that were going well, I was really getting into it and then Ellie Goulding would start playing and it totally took me out of the zone. It was distracting and felt very out of place.

Was it a good adaption?
Yeah, there definitely some things missing and some changes from the book but no movie will ever be exactly like the book. I think the changes were all justified and the movie still stayed true to the book. The only thing that really bothered me adaption-wise was that some things felt a little rushed. Certain things took a lot longer to develop in the book than in the movie but I know that there’s not much you can do about that. The movie is already 140 minutes long, if anything was any less rushed no one would sit down long enough to watch the whole thing.

Should I watch it?
Was it ground-breaking and Oscar worthy? No. Was it fun and did I enjoy watching it? Absolutely. It won’t be the greatest movie you’ll ever see but you should definitely watch it. Find a showtime at a theater near you here.

Here’s the trailer:

The Spectacular Now: Movie Review

The Spectacular Now movie poster

Movie: The Spectacular Now

Director: James Ponsoldt

Writers: Scott Neustadter & Michael H. Weber

Rating: ♥ ♥ ½

Stars:
Miles TellerMiles Teller as Sutter Keely

Shailene WoodleyShailene Woodley as Aimee Finicky

Read the book review!

Remind me what it’s about…
Basically Sutter Keely is a pretty cool kid but he has no future. He loves fun, parties, drinks, girls and not much else. After his girlfriend dumps him, he drinks too much and ends up on a stranger’s lawn where Aimee finds him. She’s his classmate but they’ve never met because she’s a bit of an outsider to the social scene. Sutter decides to help her out by taking her to a party but things don’t quite as he planned.

What did you think?
I liked it. It was really well cast and I especially loved Teller as Sutter. Teller and Woodley were really cute together in the movie and I loved their chemistry. They’re even an adorable couple IRL (see: #17). But other than that the movie was only okay. Much like the book, it was a pretty average but not unenjoyable.

Was it a good adaption?
Yes. There’s always more details in the books that movies can’t capture, but overall the movie was very true to the book. There were of course things that happened in the book that were cut out of the movie, but that’s expected; if the movie included everything in the book, it would be way too long. I think the writers did a really good job of deciding what to keep and what to leave out of the movie.

The biggest difference between the book and the movie is Sutter. It’s always hardest when the book is written from the first person perspective. It’s so much harder to convey Sutter’s motivations and reasoning in the movie, whereas in the book he straight up tells you. When you can get inside Sutter’s head, he’s a much more interesting character. While he’s unguided and frustrating in both, he felt a lot more vanilla to me in the movie. Even if I didn’t always agree with Sutter, when I was reading I at least understood where he was coming and that wasn’t always clear to me in the movie. But maybe I’m just being nit picky.

Should I watch it?
I wouldn’t try to dissuade you from watching, but I wouldn’t urge you to watch it either. Not worth a big investment but not a waste of time either, it’s on the fence.

Your Favorite Characters Scientifically Sorted Into Factions

Here’s how all the book and movie characters you love (and love to hate…and deeply despise) would be divided among the Factions in Divergent.
This based on ~*science*~

Abnegation

Darrel “Darry” Curtis (The Outsiders)
Severus Snape (Harry Potter)
Dobby (Harry Potter)
Hodor (A Song of Ice and Fire)
The Grandfather (The Princess Bride)
Boo Radley (To Kill A Mockingbird)
Jorah Mormont (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Charlie Bucket (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory)
Emily Fields (Pretty Little Liars)
Charlotte A. Cavatica (Charlotte’s Web)
Bob Cratchit (A Christmas Carol)
Tiny Tim (A Christmas Carol)
Samwise Gamgee (Lord of the Rings)
Molly Weasley (Harry Potter)
Snow White
Alfred Pennyworth (Batman)
R2-D2 (Star Wars)
Edward Cullen (Twilight)
Charlie (The Perks of Being a Wallflower)
Juliette Ferrars (Fracture Me)
Hans Hubermann (The Book Thief)
Genie (Aladdin)
Slinky Dog (Toy Story)
Jack Dawson (Titanic)
Gwen Cromwell Piper (Halloweentown)

 

Amity

Peeta Mellark (The Hunger Games)
Primrose Everdeen (The Hunger Games)
Neville Longbottom (Harry Potter)
Cedric Diggory (Harry Potter)
Luna Lovegood (Harry Potter)
Ponyboy Curtis (The Outsiders)
Johnny Cade (The Outsiders)
Ned Stark (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Varys (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Buttercup (The Princess Bride)
Fezzik (The Princess Bride)
Aria Montgomery (Pretty Little Liars)
Captain America/Steve Rogers
Pooh Bear
Susan Pevensie (The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe)
Charles Xavier (X-Men)
Superman/Clark Kent
Mary Jane Watson (Spider-Man)
Obi-Wan Kenobi (Star Wars)
C-3PO (Star Wars)
Adam Kent (Shatter Me)
Lennie (Of Mice and Men)
Aimee Finnicky (The Spectacular Now)
The Magic Carpet (Aladdin)
Pi (Life of Pi)
Charlie Swan (Twilight)
Buzz Lightyear (Toy Story)
Barbie (Toy Story)
Rex (Toy Story)
Cameron James (10 Things I Hate About You)
Rose DeWitt Bukater (Titanic)
Sandy Olsson (Grease)
Gretchen Weiners (Mean Girls)
Cady Heron (Mean Girls)
Claire Standish (The Breakfast Club)
Cher Horowitz (Cluesless)
Will Turner (Pirates of the Caribbean)
Elizabeth Swann (Pirates of the Caribbean)
Chuckie Sullivan (Good Will Hunting)
Todd Anderson (Dead Poets Society)
Sophie Piper (Halloweentown)

 

Candor

Drunk Haymitch Abernathy (The Hunger Games)
Ron Weasley (Harry Potter)
Shae (A Song of Ice and Fire)
The Albino (The Princess Bride)
Deborah Morgan (Dexter)
Newt (The Maze Runner)
Willy Wonka (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory)
Hanna Marin (Pretty Little Liars)
Ebeneezer Scrooge (A Christmas Carol)
Junie B. Jones
Magneto (X-Men)
Luke Skywalker (Star Wars)
Ian Malcolm (Jurassic Park)
John Hammond (Jurassic Park)
Jacob Black (Twlight)
Patrick (The Perks of Being a Wallflower)
Lily (The Giver)
Liesel Meminger (The Book Thief)
Nala (The Lion King)
Princess Jasmine (Aladdin)
The Tiger (Life of Pi)
Mr. Potato Head (Toy Story)
Hamm (Toy Story)
Bianca Stratford (10 Things I Hate About You)
Joey Donner (10 Things I Hate About You)
Vivian Ward  (Pretty Woman)
Molly Brown (Titanic)
Lilly Moscovitz (The Princess Diaries)
Frenchy (Grease)
Karen Smith (Mean Girls)
Andrew Clark (The Breakfast Club)
Dionne “Dee” Davenport (Clueless)
Skylar (Good Will Hunting)
Knox Overestreet (Dead Poets Society)

 

Dauntless

Gale Hawthorne (The Hunger Games)
Fred Weasley (Harry Potter)
George Weasley (Harry Potter)
Dallas Winston (The Outsiders)
Sodapop Curtis (The Outsiders)
Robb Stark (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Robert Baratheon (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Jaime Lannister (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Oberyn Martell (A Song of Ice and Fire)
The Hound (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Inigo Montoya (The Princess Bride)
Alaska Young (Looking for Alaska)
Minho (The Maze Runner)
Daenerys Targaren (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Thor
Iron Man/Tony Stark
The Hulk
Peter Pan
Pippi Longstocking
Wolverine (X-Men)
Bane (Batman)
Han Solo (Star Wars)
Sam (The Perks of Being a Wallflower)
Kenji Kishimoto (Shatter Me)
Sutter Keely (The Spectacular Now)
Patrick Verona (10 Things I Hate About You)
Danny Zuko (Grease)
Betty Rizzo (Grease)
Kenickie (Grease)
John Bender (The Breakfast Club)
Allison Reynolds (The Breakfast Club)
Chel (The Road to El Dorado)
T-Rex (Jurassic Park)
Marnie Piper (Halloweentown)

 

Erudite

Sober Haymitch Abernathy (The Hunger Games)
Hermione Granger (Harry Potter)
Albus Dumbledore (Harry Potter)
Ginny Weasley (Harry Potter)
Sherlock Holmes
Sansa Stark (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Catelyn Stark (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Tyrion Lannister (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Tywin Lannister (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Margery Tyrell (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Vizzini (The Princess Bride)
Dexter Morgan (Dexter)
Scout Finch (To Kill A Mockingbird)
Jem Finch (To Kill A Mockingbird)
Hazel Grace Lancaster (The Fault in Our Stars)
Theresea (The Maze Runner)
Matilda
Lisbeth Salander (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo)
Spencer Hastings (Pretty Little Liars)
Annabeth Chase (Percy Jackson)
Gandalf (The Lord of the Rings)
Bruce Banner (The Hulk)
Hannibal Lecter (Silence of the Lambs)
Leia Organa (Star Wars)
Alan Grant (Jurassic Park)
Velociraptor (Jurassic Park)
Aaron Warner (Shatter Me)
George (Of Mice and Men)
Rafiki (The Lion King)
Woody (Toy Story)
Kat Stratford (10 Things I Hate About You)
Regina George (Mean Girls)
Brian Johnson (The Breakfast Club)
Tulio (The Road to El Dorado)
Will Hunting (Good Will  Hunting)
Dylan Piper (Halloweentown)

 

Divergent

Katniss Everdeen (The Hunger Games)
Harry Potter
Voldemort (Harry Potter)
Arya Stark (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Jon Snow (A Song of Ice and Fire)
Westley (The Princess Bride)
Elphaba (Wicked)
Atticus Finch (To Kill A Mockingbird)
August Waters (The Fault in Our Stars)
Thomas (The Maze Runner)
Percy Jackson
Batman/Bruce Wayne
The Joker (Batman)
Lucy Pevensie (The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe)
Darth Vader (Star Wars)
Robert Neville (I Am Legend)
Jonas (The Giver)
The Giver
Jason Bourne
Mufasa (The Lion King)
Aladdin
Mia Thermopolis (Princess Diaries)
Queen Clarisse Renaldi (Princess Diaries)
Glenn Coco (Mean Girls)
Anastasia
Dimitri (Anastasia)
Captain Jack Sparrow (Pirates of the Caribbean)
Sean Maguire (Good Will Hunting)
John Keating (Dead Poets Society)
Neil Perry (Dead Poets Society)
Aggie Cromwell (Halloweentown)

 

Factionless *gasp*

Joffrey Baratheon (A Song of Ice and Fire) (fuck you)
Veruca Salt (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory)
Bella Swan (Twilight)
Cha-Cha DiGregorio (Grease)

Top 7 Disney Villain Songs

Disney villains may be vain and cruel, but they have some of the best songs in their movies.  Here are the best of the best.*

7. “Scrooge” from The Muppet Christmas Carol


Scrooge is so grim and mean he can’t even be bothered to sing his own song.  He’s the only villain on the list who is so villainous that he gets everyone else to sing about him.  Now that’s a villain.

6. “Oogie Boogie’s Song” from The Nightmare Before Christmas


Oogie Boogie is definitely the creepiest villain here and this song proves it.  Also Tim Burton is beyond twisted and it’s great.

5. “Savages” from Pocahontas


This song wins the award for Most Tension and Intensity.  It also wins Best Message.  This shows us what racism and prejudice lead to and what happens when you walk down the path of hatred.  We choose the path of love♥

4. “Mother Knows Best” from Tangled


Mother Gothel warns us about everything that could possibly go wrong anytime we want to go outside.  Congratulations, Mother Gothel, I’m now a homebody.  I’m not going to risk running into ruffians or thugs, or worse…the plague!

3. “Poor Unfortunate Souls” from The Little Mermaid


This song is so enticing; it gently lures you in and then completely entrances you as the song builds just as Ursula intends.  It’s no wonder Ariel signed the scroll.  The Jonas Brothers even have an awesome cover of this song.

2. “Be Prepared” from The Lion King


Because obviously.

1. “Gaston” from Beauty and the Beast


No one’s slick as Gaston, no one’s quick as Gaston, no one’s neck’s as incredibly thick as Gaston’s.  But most importantly, he uses antlers in all of his decorating. I could keep writing out the lyrics to explain why this is the best villainous Disney song or you can just watch the video.

*Honorable mention to I Put A Spell On YouLet’s Talk About MeLes Poissons, Marley and Marley, and The Mob Song.