bad guy

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  • noun

Antonyms for bad guy

any person who is not on your side

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Real good guys and bad guys aren't like those in simplistic movies.
I've got a couple of bad guys over the past couple of years and that's been alright.
The Stath hacks and slashes his way through a horde of bad guys.
It didn't take any time at all for the bad guy to get there and get right into his awful ways.
But, lo and behold, in our very own field, we're finding the Hollywood paradigm enacted: the good guy "white hats" and the bad guy "black hats.
There are various types of "bad boys" on a continuum ranging from the harmless immature bad guy to the dangerous full-blown sociopath, according to psychologist Carole Stovall, director of the Washington, D.
So, as TV's Nastiest Villains counts down those actors that are the best at being the worst, there won't be any surprise to find C5 favourites Stefan Dennis and Linda Gray here, giving their opinion on the likes of much missed Dallas bad guy JR Ewing (aka Larry Hagman), and Neighbours's love-to-hate villain Paul Robinson.
By this time her husband was out there standing over the bad guy with a baseball bat until the police came and arrested him.
But what might have been an alltoo knowing nostalgia fest distinguishes itself due to its old-school/new-school CGI and a real understanding of a bad guy trying to make good.
As they walk the bad guy makes threats against a judge and tells his guys to "take care" of attorney Laurel Lance (Cassidy).
Dubai He plays an elusive and deadly gangster in Don 2: The Chase Continues, but Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, during his visit to Gulf News on yesterday, proved that he's anything but a bad guy.
Washington, Aug 13 (ANI): Justin Theroux has revealed that he loves playing a bad guy role more than a romantic hero, because it is more fun.
The chief villain (Garret Dillahunt) even has a bad guy goatee for added malevolent effect.
After introductory discussions of primal fears, their place in culture and storytelling, and key considerations in writing complex, believable "bad guy" characters, Morrell explores a variety of character types and situations including unlikely protagonists, anti-heroes, dark heroes and bad boys, bullies and mischief makers, villains, sociopaths, heroes versus villains, dangerous women, monsters, creatures, lost souls, and bad guys for younger readers.
Starting a Collection Agency: How to Make Money Collecting Money" is highly recommended for anyone looking to start their own business, and doesn't mind being viewed as the bad guy to do so.