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The Good, the Bad, and the Bogus: Big Screen Villainesses

It’s been quite some time since we’ve seen Julia Roberts back on the big screen – well, in an enjoyable and lucrative type of way. It’s tough to say whether or not Tarsem Singh’s Mirror Mirror will get this iconic A-lister back on track, but based on all the promotional material that’s hit thus far, it sure looks like Roberts had a blast playing the Evil Queen.

Before we find out whether or not Roberts does do this big time baddie justice, let’s check out what she’s up against by taking a look at the good, bad and bogus of big screen villainesses.

Good: The Wicked Witch of the West

Do anything remotely mean to a dog and you’re evil to the max in my book. But not only does The Wizard of Oz’s Wicked Witch of the West threaten poor Toto, she unleashes her wrath upon just about everyone in the film, a band of the most innocent and loveable characters cinema has to offer. Sure, Dorothy had a little something to do with the death of the Wicked Witch’s sister, but a simple “I’m sorry” and “I forgive you” might have been the more appropriate route. The Wicked Witch of the West is evil in the purest form and, in turn, has become one of the most iconic villainesses in film history.

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The Good, The Bad, The Bogus: Stoner Movies

Harold and Kumar are back! Well, they’re almost back. Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle first arrived in 2004, then we had to wait four years for Escape from Guantanamo Bay and, after another three-year hiatus, the boys finally return on November 4th for A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas. The events of this one kick off six years after the Guantanamo incident and involve Harold and Kumar making a weed-included mess of the most wonderful time a year.

So, how to get in the holiday spirit Harold and Kumar style? No! I wouldn’t dare suggest that, so, instead, how about a Good, Bad, Bogus dedicated to stoner movies? Ready? Don’t forget to exhale.

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