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favorite fictive movie or series character

Shaddock

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don´t know if a similar thread exists, but equal. (I searched and found a similar but not equal thread)

what is your favorite fictive movie or series character and why? you can give multiple answers.

one of my favorite characters is "Saul Goodmann" from Breaking Bad.

https://images.amcnetworks.com/ifc.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/saul-goodman.jpg


I like the way he speaks and I find it interesting that his real name is "James Morgan McGill" and "Saul Goodmann" is his alter ego.

another favorite character is "Agent Smith" from Matrix.

https://i.pinimg.com/736x/54/77/5a/54775afe4301fb6dacc771ab2fcb0007.jpg


I like his misantropic behavior sometimes and when he says "Mr. Anderson."

I also like "Sheldon Cooper" from The Big Bang Theory.

https://www.portalisimo.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Sheldon-Cooper-e1510666451611.jpg


he is very intelligent and even the series is not that realistic, I can relate to his autism and problems in social behavior. (even when I´m sadly not that intelligent)

I like elegant clothes, even I clothe myself very usual. I always liked the look of suits. I wanted to have a suit as a youth.

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"Lord Voldemort" alias "Tom Riddle" from Harry Potter

I like his power and that he defied death with creating the horcruxes. I like his past ego. "find interesting" would be a better word than "like", but I like that he is intelligent and did his own way, even when it was the evil way. even with his death eaters, he is a total lone wolf. I think every character I shown is a lone wolf lol. one reason why I can identify myself with them a bit, because I always felt like a lone wolf the majority of my life.

https://i.pinimg.com/736x/0b/73/b3/0b73b3435f7bda1ba98e03e037d714da.jpg


Tom Riddle, before he became Lord Voldemort.
 
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Tom

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don´t know if a similar thread exists, but equal. (I searched and found a similar but not equal thread)

what is your favorite fictive movie or series character and why? you can give multiple answers.

one of my favorite characters is "Saul Goodmann" from Breaking Bad.

https://images.amcnetworks.com/ifc.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/saul-goodman.jpg


I like the way he speaks and I find it interesting that his real name is "James Morgan McGill" and "Saul Goodmann" is his alter ego.

another favorite character is "Agent Smith" from Matrix.

https://i.pinimg.com/736x/54/77/5a/54775afe4301fb6dacc771ab2fcb0007.jpg


I like his misantropic behavior sometimes and when he says "Mr. Anderson."

I also like "Sheldon Cooper" from The Big Bang Theory.

https://www.portalisimo.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Sheldon-Cooper-e1510666451611.jpg


he is very intelligent and even the series is not that realistic, I can relate to his autism and problems in social behavior. (even when I´m sadly not that intelligent)

I like elegant clothes, even I clothe myself very usual. I always liked the look of suits. I wanted to have a suit as a youth.

There is a similarity of looks as well. Particularly the large forehead.
 

Shaddock

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There is a similarity of looks as well. Particularly the large forehead.
that´s true, but I not picked them because of their look or foreheads : D

I picked them because I can or want to identify myself with them a bit.

I like Goodmanns style, his rhetoric skills and that he puts secrecy around hisself.

I like Smiths style aswell, also his monoton and "cool" speaking and behavior, the sunglasses and his sarcastic behavior.

I like Sheldons intelligence and sarcasm. that he feels superior and I can relate to the social problems he has.

I like Voldemorts power.

and that they are all lone wolfs.

and I like the darkness which is around Goodmann, Smith and Voldemort. that they are fallen persons. Tom Riddle became Lord Voldemort. Goodmann was McGill before and Smith was an agent and unplugged and became a lone wolf. they all corrupted inside.
 
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Streetwise

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jasper [Whitlock]Hale[Twilight saga eclipse -specifically] because he's portrayed as being very depressed then he finds hope
being autistic characters are disappointing because they change in movies,especially tv series
 

Knower of nothing

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Mamoru from Hatarakanai Futari (a gag manga about two unemployed siblings living with their parents). Would describe him as someone that actually knows how to live, something I think we all aspire to figure out.

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Atrapa Almas

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I like many characters. I will share two of them.

Vash the Stampede: He have high morals and values, is masking all the time, is sentitive and has some cool skills like dogging. He tries his best to be friendly and help others, usually it doesnt work. He has no envy. And even when masking very well he allways feels alone. He also makes fun of himself all the time. So we have so much in common. :)

Bonus: The opening music really charges me up.


Calibretto: This is my avatar image. He also have high morals and values. He is a super logic wargolem. He was created to hurt others (warmachine) but became awake and now he preffers diplomatic solutions. He doesnt understand human complexities neither some jokes. He takes care of a little girl and tries his best to help her, but cant understand very well how to do it. When diplomacy fails, he has no problem using violence. He also loves nature and animals. He neither feels envy. All mankind want to destroy him just because he is different. Well, what can I say... :)

 

Slim Jim

has glasses,shirt,hair, just need jim charisma now
You mean like admire, or just think is funny? I don't really think about that....

So because my lazy brain is struggling right know, I'm just gonna say Ghostbusters...Bill Murray

He's sardonic attitude....never gets old with me.

ghostbusters 2 GIF by Stan.
bill murray ghostbusters GIF by IFC


Bill Murray Morning GIF by Ghostbusters

Peter Venkman

In 2008, Peter Venkman was selected by the magazine Empire as one of The 100 Greatest Movie Characters of All Time,[2] described by Empire's Nick de Semlyen as "the ultimate New York hero: cynical, sarcastic, secretly sweet-natured",[2] "a man possessed by manic spontaneity, with a wont to twirl in circles around a public concourse or declare undying love for a woman he's just met", and the "most popular" character played by Murray.[3]
 

SusanLR

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The first and always number one for me:
star-trek-spock1.jpg

I was nine when Star Trek debuted.
His logic, looks, and austere personality was immediately my perfect 10.
Later in life I had the honor of being at a party and met the real Leonard Nimoy.

Number 2 on my list is Criminal Mind's Spencer Reid.
If Spock is a 10, Reid must be 9.99.
Intelligence, perfectly cute, and just cocky enough to shoot those eyes when insulted.
Spencer-from-Criminal-Minds-spencer-reid-autistic-1469700.jpg
 

Slim Jim

has glasses,shirt,hair, just need jim charisma now
@Ella Spell
I don't want to get you in any kind of trouble, or bring attention to you in any negative way. But... you made some good choices there. That's some dialogue.

The first and always number one for me:

I was nine when Star Trek debuted.
His logic, looks, and austere personality was immediately my perfect 10.
Later in life I had the honor of being at a party and met the real Leonard Nimoy.

Quintessential autistic fictional character. Spock. I never cared for the show. But he is an Icon.
 

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