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This is a list of the BEST movie bosses.
Megalon – Godzilla vs Megalon (1973)
The Pie Man – Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (1988)
Furiosa – Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)
Darth Vader- Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
The Tanker Guy – Akira Anime Movie (1988) and Spiderman Homecoming film 2018*(not technically in movies but it was close to one we’re including him anyway)*””I don’t even know what he’s fighting for.” “Neither do I man, neither do I.”” *Photo Finish & Bellcow are two of the best anime movie bosses.*
*(Not technically in movies but it was close to one we’re including him anyway)*”I don’t even know what he’s fighting for.” “Neither do I man, neither do I.”Photo Finish & Bellcow are two of the best anime movie bosses.
The Tanker Guy – Akira Anime Movie (1988) and Spiderman Homecoming film 2018*
photo finish & bell-cow are two of the best anime movie bosses.
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I have been a loyal fan of the movie boss tier list for many years. I even remember my first one that was created by Andy Beaudoin back in 2015, but this year he has officially retired from his epic blog post series and so it’s time to find someone else to take up the mantle.
In 2019 we’re going to be ranking all 25 bosses from worst ranked at #25 down to best ranked at #0, with each separate entry having its own ratings section for more detail about what made it rank where it did on our list. We’ll also have three sections below which provide an explanation of how entries are rated before they come out in order as well as some other general points about the process followed by the blog post.
This list will hopefully provide a quick reference for everyone to use when they’re watching movies and wondering who the big boss is going to be as well as what their power level might be, so please feel free to share your thoughts or add in any other bosses you think should have made it onto our list in the comments!
If you want an idea of how things are ranked on this tierlist, then here’s some general information about each rating category:
* Tier 0 – The absolute best movie Bosses out there which rank among the greatest ever created by man (or woman) and cannot possibly do anything wrong if we were able to watch them all day. They make us anxious just thinking about what would happen if they were in a film.
* Tier I – The best movie bosses out there which rank among the most interesting and compelling of all time but are not quite as strong as those in tier 0. They’re usually capable of doing anything right for at least an hour or so, but maybe have one weakness that makes them just a little less exciting than others
* Tier II – Movie Bosses who are still excellent choices to take on with your crew over any other adversary you could possibly think up and will make for some good viewing while also being strong enough to give even their toughest opponents nightmares when confronting them head-on. These guys can do almost everything right in certain situations (except lose) without too much difficulty, though they might have a glaring flaw that keeps them from being as good at defeating other bosses.
* Tier II – Movie Bosses who are still in the top tier of all time and can do just about anything you could ask for without too much difficulty but fall short when it comes to fighting off other movie bosses because they lack something others offer or seem weak against some opponents, though those flaws don’t always hurt their chances with certain enemies.
Tier II: Slade Wilson AKA Deathstroke (from Batman Begins) was one tough customer before he went rogue and eventually lost his eye sight from The Joker’s last laugh gas attack on him during the film Gotham Knight. He also has an impressive arsenal of weapons up his sleeve including swords, guns, throwing knives and grenades.
Tier II: The Joker (from Batman) is arguably the most dangerous opponent in all of Batman’s rogues gallery. He has a penchant for unpredictable behavior and creating chaos out of thin air as well as having no problem with killing whoever he needs to get what he wants or just because it makes sense that they die at his hands. However, even though he doesn’t really have any weaknesses besides being prone to going too far sometimes which leads him into a trap set by his enemies like the time when Harleen Quinzel became Harley Quinn, there are still some people who could take him down without much trouble since you never know where this maniac will turn up next from Gotham City to Arkham Asylum!
-Tier One: the boss you want to fight, but never do because of some convoluted plot twist. (examples include Voldemort or Sauron)
-Tier Two: a boss that is not necessarily good, but presents an interesting opportunity for the protagonist to demonstrate their competence. (example includes Jafar from Aladdin)
-Tier Three: The Boss who is evil and would win if they were given more time in this world. They are often fun to watch get what’s coming them before any real damage can be done, and are also usually drawn out over two films or books like Darth Vader from Star Wars or Lord Voldemort from Harry Potter. These bosses have our favourite heroes’ number and will beat them without fail.
-Tier Four: the boss who is halfway to tier three, but just a little too incompetent to make it there. These bosses are fun because they have so much potential but never quite get it right movie bosses.
-Tier Five: Pretty bad, but not the worst of all time.
-Tier Four: Not great at all – these movie bosses are mostly forgettable or just plain bad.
-Tier Three: These movie bosses are pretty good for one reason or another (maybe they’re memorable in a fun way).
-Tier Two: Quality film villains who may be flawed and have some rough edges but end up having their moments where they shine through as true threats to our heroes that we can’t help but root against them because they’re so enjoyable.
-Tier One: The best of the best; Movie Bosses who make us feel thrilled with anticipation when it’s finally revealed how our hero is going to confront them. -Tier Zero: Untouchable, unbeatable movie bosses; These are the ones that we can’t help but be in awe of every time they’re on screen for how captivating and entertaining they are to watch.The ULTIMATE Movie Boss Tier list