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Giselle from 'Enchanted' is my favourite hands down.

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I also like Rapunzel from 'Tangled' and both Maximus and Emperor Commodus from 'Gladiator'. :)

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Mine would be Robert the Tire from Rubber, my favorite movie of all time! ?

 

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These questions! Impossible!

 

Here are a few

 

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My favorite character is a rubber tire who comes to life, gains psychic powers and go around exploding people's heads.  Whats not to love?  This is after all a thread about your favorite character from a movie right?

 

That was a joke about a Trixie meme. Trixie doesn't trust wheels. There is one specifically about that movie and Trixie that I can't post here.

 

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Well, for me, there are a few, so I'll name three:

 

Draco, from Dragonheart

 

Captain Picard from the Star Trek movies

 

And lastly, the main inspiration besides MLP for my OC ponies:

 

Indiana Jones <3

 

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Glad to know I'm not the only one who remembers that film. One of my favorite scores too.

 

Honestly, if it wasn't for that movie, I wouldn't be into fantasy as much as I am these days. The movie, and the music especially, touched me in ways no other movie did. It is one of my top-10 favorites; easily.

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Ryan Gosling from the movie Drive (2011).

 

Absolutely the most nonchalant badass [character] ever.

 

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Both Nicolas Cage and Meg Ryan were amazing in this movie.  It's one of my all time favorites.

 

I know that some people say Cage overacts in his movies, but I don't care, I think he's awesome - and actually, not just City of Angels, but Con Air and Gone in Sixty Seconds are some of my favorites, too.

 

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Leonardo de Caprio in Inception.

 

Just because.

 

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Note: The following 4 movies are a small selection of my favorite movies to watch around Halloween.  These movies (not just the one's listed, but others too) give me a sense of nostalgia, because I love these types of movies, and I used to watch them all the time as a kid.

 

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Micheal Keaton in Beetle Juice.

 

Nobody could have done better than him in that role.  He did amazing.  

 

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All of the main cast of the Halloweentown movie series (only the first 3 movies, forget the 4th movie, it was stupid and non-canon and had different people).

 

Halloweentown 1, 2, and 3 will always be favorites of mine to watch around Halloween.

 

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The kids from Hocus Pocus (and, though not in the pic, I'm also including the other kids - Thackery and Emily - as well as the cat that Thackery gets turned into [binx]).

 

Hocus Pocus is another classic Halloween must-watch.

 

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Last, but definitely not least...

 

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Casper the friendly ghost.  

 

You might think it odd, but let me explain why Casper is actually quite special to me:
When I was just a little tike, about 3, 4, maybe 5 years old... Casper was my imaginary friend.  If you ever had an imaginary friend, I'm sure that you can understand why Casper (and honestly, all these Halloween movies) can get me pretty nostalgic.

Yah yah, I know - I'm only 19 (fwiw I'll be 20 next month).  But still... Being in college, it's just a sweet way to invoke memories of being home as a child.  I hope you all can relate to that.

 

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I'm gonna go with Tuco, from The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. I don't think there's a more lovable "villain" in film history. Eli Wallach was expertly cast for the role and managed to make a bay guy comedic, sadistic, and likable.

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