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10 Gerard Butler Characters No Woman Should Date

Mike Chadway, "The Ugly Truth" (2009)

Mike Chadway, "The Ugly Truth" (2009)

Mike Chadway literally makes a living through his cynicism about love and his rampant misogyny. Mike is arrogant, obnoxious, and - worst of all - he's in this terrible movie. He isn’t exactly boyfriend material.

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Erik/The Phantom, "The Phantom of the Opera" (2004)

Erik/The Phantom, "The Phantom of the Opera" (2004)

Talk about creepy stalkers. This guy tries to forces someone to marry him (even though he doesn’t know her at all and lives in a cave underneath an opera house, but whatever), and then he vows to murder her love interest if she refuses. We’ve found a real winner, ladies.

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King Leonidas, "300" (2007)

King Leonidas, "300" (2007)

Leonidas has money, power, and authority. Any woman would be comfortable and well protected if she were his queen. However, many tribes want to pick a fight with the military civilization of Sparta. So, it might not be the safest place to be.

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Count Dracula/Judas Iscariot, "Dracula 2000" (2000)

Count Dracula/Judas Iscariot, "Dracula 2000" (2000)

This one should speak for itself. Even with the recent craze of “sexy” vampires, dating one of the deadliest member of the legion of the undead is more than a little crazy. He also turns out to be Judas, who betrayed Jesus Christ.

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Mike Banning, "Olympus Has Fallen" (2013)

Mike Banning, "Olympus Has Fallen" (2013)

When he isn’t putting his life on the line to protect the president, he doesn’t even have a normal job. Plus, he has a kid. That’s pretty much a dealbreaker.

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Creedy, "Reign of Fire" (2002)

Creedy, "Reign of Fire" (2002)

While it would be cool to have a boyfriend who fights dragons, it might also get a little dangerous from time to time. Also, he is constantly covered in soot. Apparently, they hadn’t come up with baths yet.

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Clyde Shelton, "Law Abiding Citizen" (2009)

Clyde Shelton, "Law Abiding Citizen" (2009)

Shelton is one of the most menacing characters in recent cinema. After witnessing the rape and murder of his wife and daughter, he is out to seek revenge on those who have wronged him. Emotional baggage and a hot temper? No thank you.

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Tullus Aufidius, "Coriolanus" (2011)

Tullus Aufidius, "Coriolanus" (2011)

This is loosely based on a Shakespearean tragedy, so you can probably guess what happens in the end. Tullus, the military leader, isn’t exactly known for being sensitive and understanding.

Attila the Hun, "Attila" (2001)

Attila the Hun, "Attila" (2001)

One of the most feared military leaders of all time, Attila the Hun saw the destruction of countless lives and conquered neighboring civilizations. Also, he is infamously one of the least faithful men possibly in the span of human history.

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One Two, "RocknRolla" (2008)

One Two, "RocknRolla" (2008)

He’s unstable, violent, and he has a gambling problem. Even if he is the leader of the Wild Bunch, dating a Scottish mobster isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Also, he doesn’t even have a real name.

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