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Rejected by Cracked: Movies from the Villain’s Point of View

October 19th, 2011 . by Tim Babb (TANcast's #1 Host/Editor Fan)

Day 19:

Once again Cracked.com ran another PhotoShop contest and once again yours truly was shut out. Perhaps at this point, the folks at Cracked enjoy reading these “Rejected by…” blogs as much as you do. So let’s not waste anymore time and let’s look at some movies from the point of view of the villain that were too awesome for Cracked.

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
Seems pretty simple on the surface, but let’s look at what’s really going on here. The shot of the Enterprise blowing up is actually from Star Trek III. So the movie wouldn’t end where Star Trek II did. It would imply that Kirk having to destroy his own ship was part of Khan’s revenge. Then you have Ceti Alpha VI blowing up in the upper left hand corner. But the best details is the dead wife. That’s actually the actress who played the crew member that ran off with Khan on the original series episode “Space Seed.” But wait what’s crawling on her face? One of those Ceti Eels that Khan claims killed her. This poster is 100% plot accurate.

Star Trek: Nemesis
I knew this one was a long shot. But if you were one of the 7 people who saw Star Trek: Nemesis, you know that Data’s “brother,” B4, was supposed to be “child-like,” but came off as really…um…well yeah.

Too soon? (Why didn’t this one make the list? It’s a mystery)

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