Ten cinematic Nazis who brim with pure evil

Posted by , 03 February 2009

Adolf Hitler in Downfall

  • #04

    Derek Vinyard in American History X

  • Introduction
  • #02

    Amon Goeth in Schindler’s List

Which Nazi? Bruno Ganz plays the Fuhrer, the big daddy, the Nazi that mattered most: Adolf Hitler.

Why’s he evil? Because, clearly, he was the mastermind behind the destruction of 6 million Jews and an attempt to take over the world. But, we all know this. More important is that Bruno Ganz’s interpretation of the guy is the most derailed, deranged and psychopathic Hitler you'll ever see. He looks like he might collapse and die under the weight of his own fury on more than one occasion. And it’s spawned all those funny YouTube videos.

When and where? Filmed in 2004 but based on the moments Hitler’s Third Reich started to crumble at the end of World War II. It follows Hitler’s last days, right up to his death. Get Downfall at Play.com.

Key quote: "This so-called humanity is religious drivel. Compassion is an eternal sin. To feel compassion for the weak is a betrayal of nature. The strong can only triumph if the weak are exterminated."

Comment using Facebook

More collections in Entertainment

Sign up to the newsletter

Enter your email address & receive our legendary emails!


Terms & Conditions

Latest in Entertainment

Follow us

FHM Single Girls Logo
Woman soulmates

Our latest members...

Woman no strings

Our latest members...

About FHM's Entertainment section

The latest film reviews, music reviews and video game reviews from FHM. Plus gadget news, cinema news, movie previews and celebrity interviews. We’re all about the entertainment.

Keep Reading...