Best Male Villain of a 2004 Film

Nominees for the Fifth Annual Cosmique Movie Awards


Awarded to the actor deemed by Cosmo voters to have achieved the best performance in a villainous role in an eligible 2004 film. Are villains necessarily intrinsically evil? Can a character be an inadvertent villain, or do they have to act with deliberate malice? Can they be considered a villain if they are redeemed in the end? Can they be considered a villain if they perform some bad acts, even if they also perform some good ones? If their intentions are inadvertent, or understandable, or misguided, but nevertheless wrong, does that mitigate their villainy? Voters must decide these questions for themselves.


George W. Bush - Fahrenheit 9/11
Jim Carrey - Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
James Franco - Spider-Man 2
Scott Mechlowitz - Mean Creek
Alfred Molina - Spider-Man 2
Ben Stiller - DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story

Also Considered: Gerard Butler for The Phantom of the Opera; Brian Cox for Troy; Tom Cruise for Collateral; Willem Dafoe for The Clearing; Michael Kelly for Dawn of the Dead; Jude Law for I Heart Huckabees; Jason Lee for The Incredibles; Laurence Olivier for Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow; Timothy Olyphant for The Girl Next Door; Dominic Purcell for Blade: Trinity; Callum Keith Rennie for The Butterfly Effect; Richard Roxburgh for Van Helsing; Geoffrey Rush for Ned Kelly; Antonio Sabato, Jr. for Testosterone; and Christopher Walken for The Stepford Wives

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