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15 Movies Where the Bad Guys Won and Everyone Is Okay With It

In the world of movies, we’re used to seeing the hero triumph over the villain, restoring peace and justice by the time the credits roll. But what happens when the bad guys win instead?

In this intricate thriller, Kevin Spacey’s character, Verbal Kint, narrates the story of how his criminal crew was manipulated by the mysterious mastermind Keyser Söze.

“The Usual Suspects” (1995)

This dark and gritty film takes viewers through a chilling narrative where a serial killer uses the seven deadly sins as his modus operandi. Detectives portrayed by Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman find themselves at the mercy of the killer, John Doe, who turns himself in and leads them to the final crimes.

“Se7en” (1995)

This film presents a bleak and relentless chase between a hunter who stumbles upon drug money and a psychopathic hitman. Despite efforts by an aging sheriff to intervene, the hitman, Anton Chigurh, played by Javier Bardem, methodically eliminates anyone connected to the money.

“No Country for Old Men” (2007)

In this psychological thriller, Amy Dunne stages her own disappearance to frame her husband for murder after he cheats on her. Through meticulous planning and manipulation, she turns public opinion against him.

“Gone Girl” (2014)

In this cult classic, the line between hero and villain blurs as the protagonist, played by Edward Norton, battles with his alter ego, Tyler Durden, portrayed by Brad Pitt. 

“Fight Club” (1999)

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