You're telling me Empire Magazine has Donnie Darko over Alex DeLarge? Preposterous!
That thing needs a single listing more than any other list I have ever seen.
Bernie Lomax better be in there somewhere!
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Keyzer Soze is way too low...I have a feeling he's going to kill the editors, their families, their neighbors and anyone else that they know...
and Ron Burgandy needs to be higher as well...after all, he's a man who discovered the wheel and built the Eiffel Tower out of metal and brawn, that oughta count for something
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Tyler Durden #1? The Dude #7? Ellen Ripley #9?
Where's Rocky Balboa? John McClane?
//Found McClane at 12.
No Wes Anderson characters to be seen? Hmmmmmmmm
Still a pretty diverse list besides the five Star Wars characters.
Vito Corleone is too high(sorry but Michael Corleone was the compelling character even in the first movie). Inspector Callahan is way too low.
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Where is Batman at?! How can you not have Batman on there but you have Blade? Martin Riggs should've been in the top 50 at least.
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A few off the top of my head that I think should be on the list:
Col. Nathan R. Jessep
All the characters on Monty Python and the Holy Grail
I'm sure I'll think of more. Glad to see Mal Reynolds get some recognition. Serenity is a great movie.
^^ I agree with Austin Powers and Jessup, but overall that list was pretty good. I was just happy that my two favorite characters (Ron Burgundy and Forrest Gump) made the list.
I also felt that DeNiro's character when he played a mental hospital patient when they hospital found a miracle drug that brought him along with many other patients out of their catatonic states deserved tp be on the list, but I can't remember the movie or the character name.
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When I saw who was listed at #1 I decided not to read any further.
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