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Pearce is good at being bad in '30s noir tale ' Lawless '

Guy Pearce
Guy Pearce
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There are villains. And there are villains. Among the pantheon of evildoers who've been robbing, marauding and broom-riding their way through the American cinema since 1903 -- when "Bronco Billy" Anderson committed "The Great Train Robbery" -- are Lord Voldemort, Darth Vader, the Wicked Witch of the West and Hannibal Lecter. Far fewer provoke genuine fear, however. Or revulsion. Or loathing. Or even hatred. The differential in movie villainy -- between the bad guy we ...

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