10. V for Vendetta – Hugo Weaving (V)
I guess this is the only positive character in the list. You actually never see the face of this character and yet it leaves a tremendous impact on your mind. The experiments done on V yield some beneficial results: he develops Olympic-level reflexes, increased strength, and incredibly expanded mental capacity. And a single man raises a whole nation against the tyrannical rule of the dictator.
It’s not the character that makes Natalie insanely mad but it’s the movie. What an incredible performance by Natalie! Do you remember the scene where she pulls off her skin and her nails, yeah that’s called a mad role which remains in your mind forever.
8. Eternal sunshine of a spotless mind – Jim Carrey
Mad movie, mad character and then you give the role to Jim Carrey , now what else you expect from him. A stealing mad performance from a comedy actor in an intense role which results in a movie that revolves in our mind continuously.
The most brutal, heinous, despised and gore loving serial killer. Famous for the contraption killing, extreme self-mutilation and “I wanna play a Game with you” dialogue. Theoretically, Jigsaw is not considered an actual serial killer, but a “scientist” who is determined to initiate the survival instinct in his “subjects”, believing that humanity no longer used its instinct of survival.
6. Inglorious bastards – Christopher Waltz
There are rarely villainous characters you want them to come repeatedly back on the screen and this is one belongs to this category. A cunning, sly, sadistic, charming, and evil character. His deeds done for the Nazi forces have earned him the title of “The Jew Hunter,” which he gleefully states he earned.
Alex was born in England, and caused a great deal of trouble in his youth. He ran around with a gang, and took drugs, not thinking twice about raping a few women. He was eventually thrown in jail for murdering a woman, and accepted a deal years later that if he allowed the government to try a new treatment on him.
4. Leon – Gary Oldman
Do you remember this line from the movie “I like these calm little moments before the storm. It reminds me of Beethoven. Can you hear it? It’s like when you put your head to the grass and you can hear the growin’ and you can hear the insects. Do you like Beethoven?” That’s all you need to explain the crazy character and an efficient acting.
The madness of the horror movie is personified by the great acting by Jack. The minute facial expressions by jack, detailed direction by Stanley Kubrick and mind blowing story by Stephen King; what else is left to say. This horror flick is not for gore loving people, not for soul drama loving people, it represents the perfect psychotic stretch a human mind can bear.
2. Dark knight –Heath as joker
“The Dark Knight”, “Why would I kill you? What would I do without you?”.”This is what happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object.” and the magic trick, can you forget these instances from the movie? No way, and that’s why he is been accolade with the title of the maddest character ever played by anyone. Ledger’s Joker was a personification of disregard and chaos. His primary goal seems to be to prove that people, in dire situations, are just as sick and horrible as he is.
Now this is called the madness peak, the role played by Kevin spacey makes you actually believe that whatever he is doing is justified. He enters in the second half of the movie and he captures all the screen space with his magnetic character. All time maddest, insane and craziest role ever played. I just love this character. Always No.1
Latest posts by konstant (see all)
- Top 10 Black and White Movies - April 3, 2012
- 11 most awaited movies of 2012 - April 2, 2012
- Maddies and their mad work – List of craziest performances in cinema - March 25, 2012