Movies with villains are a thrill to watch. But what if you get to watch multiples of antagonists in a single movie. Doesn’t it sound thrilling? There are very few movies that have multiple of villains. Here are 5 films that have multiple antagonists.
Walter Peck and Gozer “Ghostbuster” (1984)
Here are a pretty wide character gap, an ancient Sumerian god, and an EPA agent. Walter Peck was the secondary antagonist of the first film and was an inspector for the Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA, for the third district, in the greater New York area.
Agent Smith and Cypher “The Matrix” (1999)
When the residents of the Matrix, a computer world designed by machines to harvest humans for power get out of hand. The system sends suit and glasses clad programs called agents to keep them in check. Neither of them wins in the end, though. Cypher was killed by a tank and Smith is destroyed by Neyo.
President Snow and President Coin “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay- Part2” (2015)
This movie is entirely based on the misdirection and manipulation. Hunger Games ended with one final twist involving both of the film’s villans. After Katniss learns that Coin gave the order that killed her sister Prim, she decides to make one last decision, she aimed her bow and arrow at Coin and fires. Snow dies too.
Past Magneto, Bolivar Trask and Sentinels “X-Men: Days of Future Past” (2014)
A movie that place in two different time periods. In the future Humans and mutants have been hunted to near extinction by machines called Sentinels. Additionally, Wolverine is sent back to 1973 to prevent the Sentinels rise to power.
Reza, Bejo and Bangun “The Raid 2” (2014)
This movie has a surprisingly complex story considering its two-and-a-half hours of pure raw action and it all centers around the world of Indonesian climb families. Undercover cop drama wants to kill Lord Bejo for murdering his brother but first has to get through other crime goons like Reza.