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‎26-07-2016 04:38 PM

Your favourite movie characters

Who is your favourite movie or series character? I have some :smileyhappy:

The touchy one - Whip Whitaker alias Denzel Washington from Flight

The funny one - I cant decide between Dale alias Charlie Day from Horrible Bosses, and his mate from there, David alias Jason Sudeikis from We`re the Millers. (And there is also Robert Downey Jr, in any role. Sherlock, Iron Man, Due date, too much funny guy)

The loved one - Sadie Dunhill alias Sarah Gadon from 11.22.63 Mini-series. I just really fall in love w her every time i watch that, so beautiful, kind, perfect... Heart (but you never know how is she in real life, hehe) Its a must watch series actually.

The scary one - Chayton from Banshee series. Ahhh, the scariest ever, i saw many aliens, monsters, whatever, but for sure, this is the character i never wanna meet in darkness. SPOILER (and he killed my favourite Shioban...) Btw Job is also extremely crazy in this series, very funny guy.. sorry gay :smileytongue:

The absolute number one - Mike Zavala (Micheal Pena) and Brian Taylor (Jake Gyllenhaal) from End of Watch. Great actors, real emotions, fun, nice friendship. Probably thats why they can fill their role perfectly because they worked couple of months as a cop before they shoot the movie. 

 

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‎26-07-2016 04:53 PM

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And i forgot Eddie Redmayne as Stephen Hawking in The theory of everything. What a perfect performance, one of the best actor nowadays. 

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‎15-08-2016 03:13 PM

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Smokin' Aces (2006) - Ryan Reynols - that performance is just insane. I always keep going back to this movie to see his marvelous acting.

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‎16-08-2016 04:03 PM

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Martin Riggs from Lethal Weapon and Jerry Beck from Dead Bang. Two funny bad asses.

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Rank 14
‎20-09-2016 06:25 AM

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First ones that come to mind are Vincent Vega and Jules Winnfield from Pulp Fiction.

If you haven't already watched the television series It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. You need to see their Lethal weapon remake episodes. Way too funny.
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‎22-09-2016 03:35 PM

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ChipsAhoy72 wrote:
First ones that come to mind are Vincent Vega and Jules Winnfield from Pulp Fiction.

If you haven't already watched the television series It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. You need to see their Lethal weapon remake episodes. Way too funny.

Ever seen The Office? The episode "Threat Level Midnight" is some of the funniest TV ever made Smile

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‎22-09-2016 03:42 PM

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Yes I loved "The Office" . Only seen a couple of the UK ones, but I watched all of the American ones.

Side note: A "Lethal Weapon" TV series aired last night.... Brutal. Damon Waynes was Murtah lol
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Rank 16
‎21-10-2016 06:53 PM

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Neo from Matrix Keanu Reeves

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‎21-10-2016 08:48 PM

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James Bond Casino Royale

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‎08-11-2016 05:33 PM

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agamemnon - brian cox , hector - eric bana , achilles - brad pitt , menelaus - brandan gleeson & priam -peter o'tool  all in TROY ---------------Teddy Daniels - leonardo dicaprio in  Shutter Island

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