Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by unfocusedanakin, Mar 14, 2019.
Bond and Ripley are definitely up there for me as well.
francis from felidae, or thunder from das magic's house (the movie is also called thunder in some countries, it was released by different names in different places)
these are just the furst two i could think of. nemoi's spock of course. (i had almost forgotten he was in the trek movies as well as the tv series) groot from gardians of the galaxy.
i just really haven't watched that many movies or remembered that many of their character's names.
ham salad and lando from star wars.
I would also pick;
Tristan from legends of the fall, or actually.. Maybe whoever he his banging in that movie cause I want a piece of that too.
I second this one.
Most of the interesting characters are villains.
because they are the most human.
when people ask why couldn't Anakin Skywalker have stayed a jedi i say it was because he was too human
He totally murdered kids though.
He was such a bad ass. I wanted to be just like him when I grew up.
T-1000. Calm, cool, soft spoken yet fierce, deadly, determined. My kinda villain.
I love Gene Hackman, and I think one of his best characters was Harry Caul in The Conversation, directed by Francis Ford Coppola.
On that note... probably Luke Skywalker! totally forgot about him because I haven't seen Empire Strikes Back in a million years!
I think the movie is overrated but I am really surprised we've gone 2 pages on this website without someone mentioning "The Dude" from Big Lebowski.
Get it together HF!
Never got why the joker is such an interesting villain! Seems just another psycho to me. Anakin/Darth Vader is already a more intriguing villain to me, even though its from an even more uhm bombastic fantasy setting and even less subtile tale between good and evil
I don't get it either and I don't get why he's so popular in the newer Batman either, Heath Ledger I mean. Like when I read and hear it's a masterpiece performance.. Like I suppose he was alright? Nothing to write home about though.
But that's just IMO
lol. you want villans? i give you (drumroll please) mr big, from furtopia.
or amarok from no evil, but that's just on youtube.
oddly enough, the kind of stories that interest me don't often require villans, or at least not personificaions,
but then they're seldom made into movies.
mmm gollum, from tolkin's hobbit and ring trillogy. in the books as much or more then the movies, but he was in them too so that counts.
I think the man with no name is so great as a stylistic movie character partly because he's not good, not bad, or actually; he's both. It just has to suit him. Now, that's human
i thought tinkerbell from disney's peter pan was totally hot.
its not that i never watch anything that isn't animation, its just that i'm not that impressed by humans.
i though odo was pretty cool, because even though he had to look human most of the time, he could look like anything and he was really a sapient orange goo.
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