15 Most Offensive Characters in Film

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Photo credit: Jurow-Shepherd

Photo credit: Jurow-Shepherd

What makes an offensive movie Character? There are many variations: bad casting, casting the wrong race of actor, massive ego’s and many more. Here are 15 characters that will make you dizzy with rage.

1. Mr. Yunioshi, Breakfast at Tiffany’s

In The Simpsons episode “Radioactive Man,” it was politely suggested that Mickey Rooney (the biggest star in the world between 1939 and 1940, spanning two decades) is happy to play anything. Which brings us seamlessly to Breakfast at Tiffany’s Mr. Yunioshi: a role that should have caused Rooney to flee from the casting room yelping, “BAD TASTE! EVIL HOLLYWOOD!” Instead he said, “Great! When do I start?” So Mickey ‘Anything for a buck’ Rooney put on the buck teeth, the yellow face, and the clichéd Japanese accent straight out of an American WW2 propaganda film, and tainted an otherwise fun movie.

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