Video: Villains from movies come in all shapes, colours, quirks and motivations, but they all have one thing in common: their smile. They all smile that same maniacal howl where they're in a joke that no one else is on. It's proof that they see the world completely different from the rest of us. It's that crazy darkness that pushes them. And to watch all these super villains from movies smile that same smile one after the other in this video by Semih Okmn, it's almost sickening to see (even though we know it's fake, duh). The Joker, Agent Smith, Gollum, Norman Bates. They all have the most twisted smiles.
Seeing The Most Infamous Super Villains In Movie History Smile Is So Twisted
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