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the actor has never been cast as a hero, but he's played every kind of baddie imaginable
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But the emotion and pain beneath the physicality, both in and out of that suit, are the elements that make Ghost a surprisingly sympathetic baddie.
There are baddies who turn out to be goodies, and a goody who turns out to be very bad indeed: an ambitious woman with a soul shrivelled by envy.
Shannon has been on a hot-streak as of late with meaty roles in the TV series Waco or as the main baddie in The Shape of Water, but Beatty feels a little thin in comparison.
Like Shatner, Ybarra also appreciates the film for its emphasis on the ties that bind Kirk to friends, family and crew, though Ybarra also relishes Montelbán’s performance as the Ahablike baddie obsessed with Kirk.
Biggest Surprise: Ridley, the giant dragon alien baddie from Metroid, is coming to Smash Bros, which seems like a logistical nightmare for the developers.
Here, this festival baddie put her Senegalese twists into two giant space buns, leaving a few strands loose in the back.
Having seen off the baddies and saved America and the world, the hero tries a spot of bipartisan rallying.
The similarities stretch to the climax, when Lara and her father must (along with Goggins’ baddie) go through a series of tasks to reach the tomb of the death queen.
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BADDIE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of baddie for English Language Learners
: a bad person in a book, movie, etc.
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