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20 Most Memorable Movie Villains of 2013 



16. Sean Penn as Mickey Cohen in Gangster Squad. As Gangster Squad opens, boss Mickey Cohen is well on his way to establishing an empire of vice, is the snake in the West Coast Eden of prosperous Los Angeles circa 1949.
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2013 was a good year to be bad. This year's best villains weren't just goons with guns -- although there were a few great examples of those. (Here's looking at you, Sean Penn.) We also hissed at slave-owners, inventors, seducers, producers, and a couple amazing women who left an impression without barely speaking a word -- plus another mom who couldn't stop talking and never said anything nice. With less than a month left in 2013, Voice film critics present these twenty memorably nasty characters who made us want to throw popcorn at the screen. --Amy Nicholson.
Published on December 6, 2013

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