The Best James Bond Villains, Ranked By Effectiveness

by Jeremy Spirogis
The Best James Bond Villains, Ranked By Effectiveness

2. Alec Trevelyan (Sean Bean, Goldeneye)

The Plot: A rogue agent left for useless after a fateful mission with 007, Alec Trevelyan (Sean Bean), often known as 006, enacts a plot that he’s been constructing to his complete life. Ready to break down the British authorities with an act of “petty theft,” Trevelyan makes use of his clout as an organized crime boss to steal the dual prototype satellites, codenamed Goldeneye, in addition to an EMP resistant Tiger helicopter, in an effort to create an financial catastrophe of then extraordinary proportions.

How Far Did It Get: Trevelyan bought fairly far into his deliberate revenge in opposition to crown and nation, as he was in a position to make off with entry to the Tiger helicopter, in addition to the Goldeneye weapons system. One of the 2 satellites was even used within the course of, making certain that Alec can be the one particular person in a position to make use of the remaining weapon. But, after all, in the midst of the ultimate countdown to damage, James Bond actually jams up the gears of his former colleague’s plan and ensures his fiery/pointy demise.

The Charm Factor: Alec Trevelyan is the darkish James Bond, full cease. With the identical coaching, and the identical sly character in addition, he’s very a lot an equal match for 007’s legacy of martinis, women and weapons. If it wasn’t for his lengthy standing axe to grind, he might need lived to see one other day of motion; however what’s a villain however a hero with a press release to make.

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