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  • Nathaniel on Random Most Useless Henchmen In Movie History

    (#4) Nathaniel

    • Enchanted

    His Boss: Queen Narissa

    His Specialty: Due to his infatuation with the queen, he does anything she asks and accepts his role as her whipping boy.

    Why He Should Be Fired: He is never particularly good at his job, and love is a fickle motivator. Once he realizes his infatuation stems from his insecurity, he turns on his boss and betrays her.

  • Boris Grishenko on Random Most Useless Henchmen In Movie History

    (#5) Boris Grishenko

    • GoldenEye

    His Boss: Alec Trevelyan

    His Specialty: Cyber-hacker for the Janus syndicate

    Why He Should Be Fired: He’s the epitome of the dorky but overconfident hacker cliché. He isn’t as good at his job as he believes himself to be, and is way too openly pervy for any office setting. Boris’s hubris is his ultimate downfall.

  • Horace and Jasper ('One Hundred and One Dalmatians') on Random Most Useless Henchmen In Movie History

    (#2) Horace and Jasper ('One Hundred and One Dalmatians')

    Their Boss: Cruella De Vil

    Their Specialty: They are highly motivated by money, willing to do whatever will make them a buck.

    Why They Should Be Fired: These bumbling crooks don’t trust each other’s plans enough to focus on the job at hand, and wrongly believe themselves to be too smart to be bested by a bunch of dogs. Only in it for the money, they have no true loyalty to Cruella.

  • Count Rugen on Random Most Useless Henchmen In Movie History

    (#10) Count Rugen

    • The Princess Bride

    His Boss: Prince Humperdinck

    His Specialty: Expert swordsman who shows no mercy

    Why He Should Be Fired: This sadistic six-fingered man never considers that the boy who watches his father get mercilessly executed in front of him will later seek, and attain, his revenge. His cockiness and lack of foresight makes him a less-than-ideal henchman.

  • Smee on Random Most Useless Henchmen In Movie History

    (#3) Smee

    • The Adventures of Peter Pan, Neverland, Peter Pan, Peter Pan, Return to Never Land, Neverland, Peter Pan, Hook, Peter Pan

    His Boss: Captain Hook

    His Specialty: Hype man and confidant. The vain Captain Hook enjoys looking all the more dashing beside his bumbling assistant.

    Why He Should Be Fired: Smee is a great sidekick, but not an effective henchman. He is greedy and cowardly, fleeing when there’s a fight.

  • Otis on Random Most Useless Henchmen In Movie History

    (#1) Otis

    • Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut, Superman II, Superman

    His Boss: Lex Luthor

    His Specialty: Intense loyalty to his boss. That’s pretty much it. 

    Why He Should Be Fired: As Luthor’s assistant, Otis screws up everything he attempts to do and is eventually abandoned by his boss. He’s the hefty idiot henchman cliché through and through.

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The villain can be said to be an extremely critical role in a successful movie, and he can even become a more attractive artistic image than the protagonist. Because the role of justice is mostly the same, but the shadow of evil often has a unique charm. Achieving a classic villain requires many efforts, and the role of a loyal henchman is one of the essential elements.

Every good hechman is also unique, there are many great characters who do their job perfectly. However, the random tool lists 13 of the most useless henchmen in movie history that you must know. 

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