Bruce Willis' 10 Most Terrifying Characters

By Mack Rawden 2012-12-30 21:15:49discussion comments
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Detective John Hartigan in Sin City
Willis has played plenty of more imposing men on the Big Screen, but never has he played one quite as cagey and selfless as Detective Hartigan. On two separate occasions, he trades or tries to trade his life for Nancyís, and on two separate occasions, heís willing to piss off a Senator and his fellow members of the police force in order to do whatís right. There are few things more terrifying than squaring off against a man who isnít concerned about death.

Unfortunately for Roark Junior, one of those more terrifying things is a man who doesnít think twice about shooting a dude in the balls to prove a point. Iím not saying Roark Junior doesnít deserve what he gets, but even an overwhelming majority of rogue cops wouldnít consider firing bullets into a manís groin.

David Dunn in Unbreakable
Thereís something about giving a Willis character superhuman strength thatís almost unfair, but thatís exactly what security guard David Dunn gets in Unbreakable. He survives car accidents, train accidents and rips doors right off their hinges like an ordinary man might pick up a small end table. Had Audrey not been so bothered by it, he could have been one of the coolest, most durable players in the history of the NFL, but as it stands, heís a pretty damn good vigilante too.

Provided he stays away from water, heís basically unstoppable, though heís beset a bit by the fact that he doesnít really enjoy conflict as much as many of the other characters on this list who love nothing more than beating men to death. Still, heís not exactly the type of person youíd like to stare down.
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