Thulsa Doom:I like powerful and great leaders, even if they're a bit ruthless. :-D Ideally they aren't. Maximus might be my ultimate favorite there.
Tywin’s a dishonorable cheap loser who cheats his ways to “success”. He’s a scummy and full of cheap tricks
Lmao the typos
@Thomas_Shelby He certainly has his share of faults, and I don't exactly like his treachery or the way he treats his family. Yet in the context of that world, I started to appreciate some of his better qualities. I might also be a bit biased by Charles Dance's portrayal of him from the TV series since I started with the TV series long before I even checked out the books. I also liked Olenna Tyrell in somewhat similar ways, although she didn't have quite as much screen time.
Thulsa Doom... intriguing!SuperManiac, what is best in life?
I completely admired Tywin too, but after what he did to Robb (who was also a major favorite of him) I just couldn’t forgive him, though he had a great death.
@Thomas_Shelby Red Wedding was definitely one of the worst things I found of Tywin. I liked Robert Baratheon a lot as well personally. I mean he's a horny fat drunk guy reminiscing on his former love and his youth, but I can relate to that a little bit. :-D
Yer muther was a dumb whoooorw with a fat arse did you know that? Yeah he was the only one who saw the Lannister’s for who they truly were and didn’t treat them like their were royalty, I wish he had lived, but then again I wish a great many characters had lived
@Thomas_Shelby I wanted Cersei to win the Iron Throne actually. :-D At least I like that idea better than what we actually got.
Best laugh I've had in weeks!
In the director's commentary, he states they modeled Thulsa after Jim Jones (the drink-the-kool-aid guy).
Great pick. Fascinating character portrayal, the duality of Tyler Durden. The narration while flipping through the Ikea catalogue is one of the most killer pieces of writing in film.
Exactly. I find his internal dialogue the most defining aspect in the movie's character development. It remains number one of my favorites. Along with The Crow.
All hail Ikea. (Not.)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8pDY_9u5Sn0Tyler Durden's Philosophy of Life:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWRTqMGvdpc
I'm from the U. S. and I like that character because she's really pretty, funny and a great nurse. She actually inspired me to want to become one.
Oh where she's from... in the show she's from England originally. But real life she's Irish, I believe.
Thanks for MHO!
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Thanks for explaining it. Many people don't, and I'm not going to look them all up.Eastwood seems like a smart man. He doesn't like to direct people much when he's directing, but he really seems to pick intelligent stories to tell.
Your welcome. I did that, because I know 90% on here may not even heard of the movie. The movie came out in 1976. If you like a western that meets the civil war time frame. Its like a clash of two periods in time. Which is done very well. This one would be a nice one to add to a must see list
Because he figured out how to manage life in a world that thought he was already dead. He knows the importance of an imaginary friend. and he's so faithful to his own principles that he insisted to bring that FedEX box to its owner even when his life wasn't guaranteed. He reminds me of what is the core of being human.
That sounds hilarious. What’s she like?
I think I just like her because she’s funny but also kind hearted.
Where’s she from?
It's a series of books the first 1 is called silver pigs.Its a mystery/love story set back in ancient Roman times.
Gave you a thumb's up for your comment and detail and effort, though I have not one clue what you're talking about or who any of those are! Ah well, that's funny to me.
Winona Ryder? That lady from stranger things? Didn’t know she had much of a career. Anyways Michelle is more my type even though she’s a bit old now,
Great answer. I miss him. You must be a *very* interesting person, Ms. Mina.I keep a long list of my favourite quotes, collected over many years and from all kinds of sources, and guess who's in there... So thought I'd share these with you.“I’m a bully.”“No, you’re not. You relentlessly mock, but it’s not for self-egrandizing. It’s because ideas are bigger than feelings.”- Gut Check, House“He has his vanities, but by and large he’s not in it for applause. He’s not doing what he does because he wants people to think better of him. And that I think is a heroic quality.”“I am a fan of science. I believe in science. Humility before the facts. I find that a noble and beautiful thing.- Hugh Laurie speaking on his character, House“God says you look for excuses to be alone.”“See, that is exactly the kind of brilliance that sounds deep, but you can say that about any person who doesn’t pine for the social approval of everyone he meets. Next time, tell God to be more specific.”- House vs. GodP. S. This q was about favourite *film* character, as I was maybe going to do a separate q later asking for favourite TV or series character, but I can't not reply to this one!
Oh I didn't notice it's about "film character" I'm so obssessed with Dr. Gregory House that whenever I see character I comment his name lol.Thank you so much for sharing those amazing quotes with me it made me so happy & honored , surprisingly I also have a notebook with quotes that I liked since years (that's a common thing ). I just added “He has his vanities, but by and large he’s not in it for applause. He’s not doing what he does because he wants people to think better of him. And that I think is a heroic quality.”to my notebook And for me, my forever favorite quote from House is "You took a chance, you did something great. You were wrong, but it was still great. You should feel great that it was great. You should feel like crap that it was wrong". I can really relate to Dr. Greg more than any other character on TV.
Well, the relationship with her father reminds me of the relationship I had with my own. Her father passed down his wonderment and awe at the universe to her, and she in turn passes it to the world. And she isn't afraid to stand before the universe in naked awe and wonder. Also, she is a truth seeker. More so in the book, I believe. She tries to find answers without preconceptions, but being only human she begins with a preconceived notion that the universe is NOT created, and when the evidence is presented to her that the universe IS designed, intelligently and on purpose, she accepts the evidence in spite of it contradicting with her beliefs.
by the way, the tears Jimmy Stewart was shedding as George Bailey were quite real. He had recently returned from fighting WW II. He list friends and saw things a person shouldn't have to see. He later related in an interview it was extremely easy to cry for that scene. The difficulty was stopping the tears.
That sounds familiar. Yeah, it was a strange time, eh, going to war, and then becoming a movie star. In many ways it must have been a mind f.
4 touchdowns in a single game Al "The Shoe" Bundy
A distinguished, dutiful Princess who just wants to get away from it all, and shrug off her shackles and political duties, to live free, for once in her life... I like it.
Nope. I just love movies.
I was being facetious sweetheart... sorry.
It's alright. Sounded like you thought I was farming ideas but I wasn't upset. This form of communication is limited, at best. Many things do not translate. It takes effort to convey things precisely.
main carachter in trainspotting played by ewan mcgreggor
It's the main character of the movie Blood Diamond and is played by Leonardo DiCaprio
Why do you like him?
He a bittersweet hero
I always thought he was cool and likeable and relatable
I was sure someone would pick him.
"Everyone hydrated here? Good."
He is a good boyfriend and has a handsome face 😍