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The 11 Most Powerful Telekinetics in Hollywood Movie History Stan Lee’s Superhumans – Mind Force ( Miroslaw Magola alias Magnetic Man ) Stan Lee’s Superhumans is a television series that debuted on August 5, 2010 on History. It is hosted…

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The 11 Most Powerful Telekinetics in Hollywood Movie History

Stan Lee’s Superhumans – Mind Force ( Miroslaw Magola alias Magnetic Man )

Stan Lee’s Superhumans is a television series that debuted on August 5, 2010 on History. It is hosted
by comic book superhero creator Stan Lee and follows contortionist Daniel Browning Smith, “the
most flexible man in the world”, as he searches the globe for real-life superhumans – people with
extraordinary physical or mental abilities.

George Malley (Phenomenon)

This is the most realistic depiction of what it would be like if someone actually got telekinesis in
real life, but it’s also the mildest. George’s powers only extended to twirling glasses around or
making pens roll. At his peak he made a mirror shatter.
George’s powers were better served creating alternative energy sources (yeah, even back in the
nineties) and predicting earthquakes. Telekinesis was just a side effect of his massive intelligence
(and brain tumor, spoilers!).

Matilda (Matilda)

Out of all of these choices, I think Matilda may be my favorite telekinetic on the list. She uses the
power the way a kid actually would, helping out her friends and screwing over her mean parents
and teachers. Sure she’s not going to level any cities, but convincing her evil headmistress that her
house is haunted by making a painting of her dead relative attack her is pretty hilarious.

Mary Poppins (Mary Poppins)

Many will argue with me that Mary Poppins is a witch, and not a telekinetic, but you’re wrong. She
has powers the same as everyone else on this list, and just because this movie is crazy old, doesn’t
mean it’s not hip with the psychic superpowers of the present.
Normally she only uses her powers to do things like clean rooms and reprimand children, but the
fact that she can use the ability to make herself fly propels her above the last two entrants on the
list.
Alice (Resident Evil Apocalypse)

I was never really clear on when exactly Alice got telekinetic powers. I think it was the third movie,
but I’m not positive. In any case, she does the typical “throw things around” maneuver that all
telekinetics know and love, and as I recall she has some sort of psychic mind blast as well.
Details are fuzzy here so let me know if I’m getting this wrong, but I don’t think she uses her
powers that extensively, making her sort of lame.

Nick (Push)

Now we’re really getting into the “combat telekinetics” who use their powers less for amusement
and more for kicking ass. Unfortunately, Nick’s powers in mediocre superhero thriller Push aren’t
exactly the stuff of legend.
He’s got a neat force push, the ability to hover guns above his head and aim them poorly, and some
kinetic punches and elbows that look pretty neat, but he’s still on the shallow end of the power
scale.
Yoda (The Empire Strikes Back)

Yes, shut up. The Force is totally telekinesis. That being said, I had to think of the most powerful
Jedi we’ve seen onscreen. If we were expanding into video games it would probably be Whats-His-
Face Starkiller from The Force Unleashed, who can capsize entire Star Destroyers with his mind,
but I’m sticking to the movies.
I’m picking Yoda here, because I think he has a better overall understanding of the Force than the
Emperor and Vader even with their lighting and choking. The best demonstration of his power
would have to be his lifting of Luke’s X-Wing out of the swamp, but I bet he could do way more if
he wanted to.
Mewtwo (Pokemon: The First Movie)

Yeah, that’s right, Pokemon mother****ers. I’m going there. Mewtwo is a genetically engineering
mammal with a hefty psychic ability. He can obliterate Team Rocket’s headquarters without batting
an eyelash and has a mean psychic beam that will blow your head clean off. Well, if this wasn’t a Grated
cartoon that is.

Carrie (Carrie)

For being a scared little high school girl for most of the movie, Carrie is one of the most powerful
figures on this list. Let’s see, she literally trapped her classmates in a burning gym, cooking them all
as revenge for getting a blood bucket dumped on her, she stopped her mom’s heart with her mind
and then as a grand finale, sucked her entire house into hell. Not bad.

Jean Grey/Phoenix (X-Men: The Last Stand)

For being a scared little high school girl for most of the movie, Carrie is one of the most powerful
figures on this list. Let’s see, she literally trapped her classmates in a burning gym, cooking them all
as revenge for getting a blood bucket dumped on her, she stopped her mom’s heart with her mind
and then as a grand finale, sucked her entire house into hell. Not bad.

Akira (Akira)

When I first sat down to write this list, I thought for sure that Phoenix would be number one. Then I
remembered Akira.

Lucy – Luc Besson
Matrix
A simple example is provided by Newton’s law of gravity, the famous inverse-square law. It’s a
pretty successful law of physics, good enough to get astronauts to the Moon and back. Albert Einstein and Galileo

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