Alan Rickman, who died on January 14 at age 69, was the actor you loved to hate, the quintessential Brit-typecast-in-villain-roles performer.
But he was so much more, capable of displaying unexpected soulfulness, profound sorrow, surprising tenderness, and on rare occasions, ice-melting joy. He could do more with a raised eyebrow than most actors can do with their entire bodies. Most of all, he had that voice -- No wonder Kevin Smith cast him as the voice of God in "Dogma." But if you still need a reminder of how much he contributed to movies over the past three decades, how varied his work was, and how much he'll be missed, go back and watch these seven films again.