Best Anti-Hero/Rogue character.

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  1. Octoberist point blank

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    A self-motivated trickster with a heart of gold. That's why we love the rogues..the anti-heroes who end up doing the right thing by the end of a film. Who's your favorite?

    Let me start with everyone's favorite usual suspect:

    Han Solo

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    Lisbeth (Girl with the Dragon Tattoo)

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    Sanjuro Kuwabatake

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    The Man with No Name

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    Snake Plissken

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    Jack Foley

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    Seth Gecko - From Dusk til Dawn
    Butch Coolidge - Pulp Fiction
    Dominic Toretto - Fast & Furious series
    The Dead Men of Dunharrow (Army of the Dead) - The Return of the King
    Catwoman/Selina Kyle - TDKR
     
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    Napoleon Wilson is a favourite.
     
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    Driver (Ryan Gosling), Drive (2011)

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    "You understand?"


    Doc Holiday (Val Kilmer), Tombstone (1993)

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    "I'll be your Huckleberry."
     
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    Spike Spiegel, Cowboy Bebop: The Movie

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    Frank Castle, The Punisher

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    The Comedian, Watchmen
    Yes, he was a monster, but after repeat viewings of Watchmen, I grew to like the character.

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    Rorsasch, Watchmen
     
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    Bud White and Jack Vincenze from LA Confidential.
     
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    Parker, from Donald Westlake's Richard Stark novels.
     
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    Not sure if he qualifies as a full on "rogue" or not, but he does have some rogue-like qualities to him. He's certainly not a typical hero. He's very selfish and only concerned with his own well being throughout most of the movie, but of course he has a change of heart and saves the day in the end.
     
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    This. By far my favorite cop film.
     
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