Empire e as 100 melhores personagens

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23 - Harry Callahan (Dirty Harry)

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"When I see a grown man chasing a woman down an alleyway with a butcher knife and a hard-on, I figure he's not out collecting for the Red Cross." Harry Callahan

Played By: Clint Eastwood
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22 - Red (The Shawshank Redemption)

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"I hope the Pacific is as blue as it has been in my dreams. I hope…" Ellis 'Red' Redding

Played By: Morgan Freeman
Film: The Shawshank Redemption


Why He's On The List: In the Stephen King novella upon which Shawshank is based, Ellis 'Red' Redding is a red-haired Irishman. Yet that didn't matter a jot to Frank Darabont - for him, Morgan Freeman was the perfect Red, and it's hard to disagree. Red is not only the narrator of Shawshank (perfect for Freeman's mellifluous tones) but the character that is truly changed by Tim Robbins' Andy from an institutionalised schemer to a man who, finally, dares to believe in hope. He's an integral part of a relationship that remains the finest on-screen depiction of true friendship.

Finest Hour: The look on Freeman's face, and the smile in his eyes, as a paroled Red boards the bus that will take him to Mexico, and to his friend, Andy.

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21 - Michael Corleone (The Godfather)

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"I don't feel I have to wipe everybody out, Tom. Just my enemies." Michael Corleone

Played By: Al Pacino
Film: The Godfather Part II


Why He's On The List: The first film is dominated by Brando, but the as-good-possibly-even-better sequel is where Pacino really clicks into high gear with his characterisation of the mafia Don. Charting Michael's complete moral demise, it's a devastating, flawless ride with a gut-punch of an ending. How the actor gets sympathy out of the audience by the end is a mystery to all but the masters, but amazing characterisation in the screenplay is probably a start.

Finest Hour: The look of pure rage on his face when wife Kay tells him she had an abortion.
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20 - Forrest Gump (Forrest Gump)

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"Life is like a box of chocolates - you never know what you're gonna get." Forrest Gump

Played By: Tom Hanks
Film: Forrest Gump


Why He's On The List: Good to see Gump so high here, showing that - despite the opprobrium attracted by the movie itself - Forrest hasn't yet been cut down to size. A true one-off, the genius of Tom Hanks' Oscar-winning performance was to show that Gump was more than an idiot, and was instead blessed with a heart so big it made up for deficiencies in other areas.

Finest Hour: Gump's adventures with Lt. Dan and Bubba in Vietnam, if only because it spawned a popular franchise restaurant.
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19 - Jules Winnfield (Pulp Fiction)

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"I'm a mushroom cloud-layin' motherfucker, motherfucker!" Jules Winnfield

Played By: Samuel L. Jackson

Finest Hour: Delivering Ezekiel 25:17 - "The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the iniquities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men. Blessed is he, who in the name of charity and good will, shepherds the weak through the valley of darkness, for he is truly his brother's keeper and the finder of lost children. And I will strike down upon thee with great vengeance and furious anger those who would attempt to poison and destroy my brothers. And you will know my name is the Lord when I lay my vengeance upon thee. "
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18 - Travis Bickle (Taxi Driver)

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"Are you talkin' to me? Are you talkin' to me?" Travis Bickle

Played By: Robert De Niro
Film: Taxi Driver


Why He's On The List: Given that Travis Bickle - staple of a thousand student walls - is a complete psychopath who likes to take dates to porno movies and fixate on young prostitutes and project himself as their saviour, it's perhaps slightly disturbing that he's become so iconic. But of all the fractured, splintered souls brought to life by De Niro and Scorsese, Bickle may be the most compelling.

Finest Hour: The final shoot-out, culminating in that horrific image of Bickle putting his fingers to his head and pulling the 'trigger'.

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16 - Neo (The Matrix)

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"I'm going to show these people what you don't want them to see. I'm going to show them a world without you. A world without rules and controls, without borders or boundaries. A world where anything is possible." Neo

Played By: Keanu Reeves
Film: The Matrix


Why He's On The List: In your average work of drama, it's pretty much a given that the central character has to have a decent arc - y'know, Hero's Journey and all that. Hence the success of Neo, or Thomas Anderson within the Matrix, a man who wakes from the world within a world, and rises to take control. Mentor Morpheus even believes he is 'The One' - classic stuff, which went straight into the zeitgeist.

Finest Hour: Showing us the Matrix in its true form, and at the same time stopping in mid-air the bullets which have just been fired at him.


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14 - The Terminator (The Terminator)

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"I'll be back." The Terminator

Played By: Arnold Schwarzenegger
Film: The Terminator

Why He's On The List: In an act of latent irony so thick that even Alanis could appreciate it, O.J. Simpson turned down the role of the titular cold-blooded, glove-wearing killer robot in James Cameron's cheapo sci-fi, prompting the director to turn to an Austrian bodybuilder. Best move he ever made, for - thanks to a combo of Big Arnie's implacability (he taught himself not to blink when gunfire was going off), that granite-hewn Austrian accent which invested sparse dialogue with a sense of genuine menace and, of course, that physique - he made The Terminator utterly terrifying and convincingly unstoppable. Hard to imagine Cameron being King of the World, or Arnie King of California, otherwise.

Finest Hour: The cop shop massacre, during which Arnie's T-800 shows that he can't be reasoned with or bargained with. He doesn't feel pain, or pity, or remorse.

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13 - Gollum (The Lord of the Rings)

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11 - James Bond (007 series)

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"Auric Goldfinger. Sounds like a French nail varnish." James Bond

Played By: Sean Connery / Roger Moore

Finest Hour: Removing the wetsuit to reveal a tuxedo. Smoove.
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10 - Vito Corleone (Godfather)

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"A man that doesn't spend time with his family can never be a real man." Vito Corleone

Played By: Marlon Brando
Film: The Godfather


Why He's On The List: Although he's the title character (and Brando is top billed, naturally), it's often a surprise for newcomers to The Godfather to find that Don Vito isn't the primary focus of the film. It's an epic ensemble piece, but it's his youngest son Michael who's the spine of the story. Still, Vito is the one who everybody loves most, as the family man so honourable and dedicated that somehow nobody cares that he's the head of a massive criminal empire. Maybe it's something to do with feeling safe. Brando gives one of his trademark 'performances of a lifetime' (he gave about a half dozen of those, by our count), and there's a nice parallel in the role with the 'old man' providing love and guidance to this collection of next generation stars (Pacino, Caan, Cazale, Shire and Duvall), but it's always, always his show. Don by name, Don by nature.

Finest Hour: After his retirement, advising Michael of how his enemies will move around him.
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5 - Dr. Hannibal Lecter (The Silence of the Lambs)

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"I do wish we could chat longer, but I'm having an old friend for dinner." Dr. Hannibal Lecter

Played By: Sir Anthony Hopkins

Finest Hour: His blood-soaked escape.

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4 - Han Solo (Star Wars)

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"Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid." Han Solo

Played By: Harrison Ford
Film: Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, Return Of The Jedi


Why He's On The List: As Jesus Christ proved on more than one occasion, carpenters can make for great heroes. And so it proved for George Lucas when he cast jobbing joiner Harrison Ford as Star Wars' swaggering scoundrel, Han Solo. In any other hands, Solo would have been simply an arrogant, puffed-up jerk, but Ford brought so much charm and laconic cool (not to mention that bitching waistcoat) to Lucas' can't-say-this-shit dialogue that real man Han steals the show - and the girl - from the movie's nominal hero, the boychild Luke Skywalker. How cool is Han Solo? He's the only non-Jedi in the series to spark up a lightsaber, and it doesn't look out of place in his hands. Now that's cool.

Finest Hour: Han shoots first. Han shoots first. Han shoots first. Han shoots first. Han shoots first. Han shoots…

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3 - The Joker (The Dark Knight)

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"I'm an agent of chaos." The Joker

Played By: Heath Ledger
Film: The Dark Knight


Why He's On The List: "Some men," remarks Michael Caine's wise old butler, Alfred, "just want to watch the world burn." Which is about as succinct a summary of Heath Ledger's Joker as you can get. There is no rhyme to him, no reason - just an appetite for anarchy, for chaos and for destruction that marks him out as the most terrifying screen psycho in years. Jack Nicholson's Joker was, arguably, even more psychotic than Ledger's, but where he played the white-faced, red-lipped, green-haired clown for laughs, Ledger's aim was to slip, insidiously, under your skin, with his flickering serpent's tongue, penchant for close-up kills and dead, cold eyes. Ledger's Joker is an unstoppable force of nature, and a wonderful testament to the late actor's talent.

Finest Hour: Gatecrashing the Mob meeting, and showcasing a magic trick - "I'm going to make this pencil disappear!" - that most definitely hasn't been sanctioned by the Magic Circle.

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Darth Vader (Star Wars)

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"I find your lack of faith disturbing." Darth Vader

Played By: David Prowse / James Earl Jones (voice)
Film: Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jed, Revenge of the Sith


Why He's On The List: To hell with the Emperor - he wasn't even around for most of the action. Darth Vader is, to every child of Star Wars, the supreme badass in the galaxy. He is everything that scares you as a child, cutting a huge, imposing figure, wearing doom-laden black, and breathing through some kind of ominous respirator - surely enough to give any person in their formative years the willies. The masterstroke behind Vader's design is that mask. The cold, expressionless cover is difficult to read, and makes for a much scarier experience than a human face can give. Having the bass tones of James Earl Jones doesn't hurt either. The very definition of simple and effective, something tells us he'll stay near the top of this list for a long time... a long time.

Finest Hour: His entrance.


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1 - Tyler Durden (Fight Club)

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"You're not your job. You're not how much money you have in the bank. You're not the car you drive. You're not the contents of your wallet. You're not your fucking khakis. You're the all-singing, all-dancing crap of the world." Tyler Durden

Played By: Brad Pitt
Film: Fight Club


Why He's On The List: Tyler Durden is not a nice man. He'll pee in your soup, sleep with your girl, make soap out of your fat and bombs out of your soap, and beat you to a pulp. And yet he's just been voted, against all the odds, the greatest movie character of all time. In truth, it's not hard to see why - for Durden, as created by Brad Pitt, encapsulates that old saying about Bond, "men want to be him, women want to bed him" more perfectly than perhaps even Bond. He's effortlessly stylish, unshakeably cool, and dangerously charismatic. He's a rock star god, a natural-born leader, a trend-setter. He is unrestrained id, he is a monster, he is the very image of modern man (or at least how modern man would like to see himself). He looks like what you want to like, he fucks like you want to fuck, and he is an utterly indelible creation. No. 1? He deserves it, and then some.

Finest Hour: The first night of Fight Club, and Tyler takes to the floor for a little speech about rules...

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Re: Empire e as 100 melhores personagens

Mensagem  Ticius em Sex 28 Nov 2008, 08:13

Mas como elegeram eles isto? Personagem/Interpretação ou just personagem?

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Re: Empire e as 100 melhores personagens

Mensagem  Ticius em Sex 28 Nov 2008, 08:54

É que se for personagem/interpretação com o joker em 3º. Give him de Oscar right now...

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Re: Empire e as 100 melhores personagens

Mensagem  Lex em Sex 28 Nov 2008, 09:14

n me agrada mto a lista

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Re: Empire e as 100 melhores personagens

Mensagem  Mil em Sex 28 Nov 2008, 10:31

tb não concordo, mas as votações/sondagens/opiniões são assim mesmo..
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Re: Empire e as 100 melhores personagens

Mensagem  Ticius em Sex 28 Nov 2008, 11:34

Mas ainda não me responderam?
Tem a ver com personagem/interpretação do actor ou so personagem pq se for a primeira borro um pé de merda até ao pescoço.

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Re: Empire e as 100 melhores personagens

Mensagem  Lex em Sex 28 Nov 2008, 12:54

sei tanto quanto tu, suponho que seja personagem apenas

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Re: Empire e as 100 melhores personagens

Mensagem  Mil em Sab 29 Nov 2008, 05:28

epá.. só pode ser a personagem..
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Re: Empire e as 100 melhores personagens

Mensagem  Mil em Sab 29 Nov 2008, 05:29

Vejam a personagem que está em 15º!!!! Razz Razz Razz Razz Razz
Nunca poderia estar nesta lista, quanto mais numa posição tã cimeira!!!!
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