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Top 10 Favorite Characters in All of Cinema

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Bricktop, Alan Ford in Snatch.

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The Man With No Name, Clint Eastwood in The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, A fistful of Dollars and For a Few Dollars More.

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Jules Winnfield, Samuel L Jackson in Pulp Fiction

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Humphrey Bogart, Sam Spade, The Maltese Falcon.

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Al Pacino, Sonny Wortzik, Dog Day Afternoon.
 
Johnny Rambo
Darth Vader
Nino Brown (New Jack City)
The Predator
Doug Quaid (Total Recall)
Mr.Cohagan (Total Recall)
Blade
Indiana Jones
Patrick Bateman

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I really like that choice, and that movie was really good.

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Julian McMahon: as Victor Von Doom
Appearing in: The Fantastic 4; The Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer

(I don't know why, I Just really like this actor in this movie. He's my favorite Villian in all SuperHero Movies thus far.)

I'm not even going to lie.
I've always had a soft spot for movie Doctor Doom. I have no idea why, but even though Doc Doom is my favorite comic villain and people claim that the movie version butchers the comic counterpart, I just love Julian McMahon's Doctor Doom.

Nip/Tuck being my #1 TV show in a while sure helps, too. :oldrazz:

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Brendan Fraser: Starring as O'Connel
Appearing in "The Mummy" "The Mummy Returns"

I really like that choice.
I like Rick O'Connell was a character, too.

Hmm...first I'll say I really like your list Warhammer. :)

Thank You. :up: :D
 
10. James Mckay (The Big Country) Gregory Peck
9. Will Danaher (The Quiet Man) Victor McLaughlin
8. Tom Reagan (Miller's Crossing) Gabriel Byrne
7. Harry Callahan (Dirty Harry) Clint Eastwood
6. R.J. MacReady (The Thing) Kurt Russell
5. L.B. Jeffries (Rear Window) Jimmy Stewart
4. Chaney (Hard Times) Charles Bronson
3. T.E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) Peter O'Toole
2. Frankenstein (Young Frankenstein) Gene Wilder
1. Luke Jackson (Cool Hand Luke) Paul Newman


Damn this is hard...need a top twenty
 
in no particular order

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Morris Day & Jerome
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Lando
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Blacula
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Doc Brown
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Torok
 
No order.

10. The Phantom
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9. Andy Stitzer
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8. Edward Bloom
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7. Mr. Orange
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6. Penny Lane
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5. Jack Skellington
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4. Johnny Cash
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3. Eric Draven
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2. Darth Vader
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1. Jefferson Smith
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Honorable Mentions

Dr. Allen Grant
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John Doe
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Harry Lime
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Rocky Balboa
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Ferris Bueller
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Good choices so far guys. Hmm, I can't really decide, there are far too many. Though anyone from the Alien/Predator films are honorable mentions. Pvt. Hudson, Dr. Clemens, Dillon, Brett, Elgyn, Dutch, Keyes, etc.
 

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