Well I did find some time so I'll get straight to it! Abigail tagged me for the (currently popular) "5 favorite male character tag"
RULES: (But they are more like guidelines...)
-List 5 of your favorite male characters, book or screen
-Tagging other people is optional
-If you are tagged, link back to the person who tagged you (Abigail)
-Link back to revealed in time (link)
-Choose one from each category:
(# 2 and 3 are basically the same to me)
4. Best book to screen adaption
5. Best character perception
Edmund (The Chronicles of Narnia)
This choice needs no explanations or JUSTification (I'm so punny today:) I would say more but I don't know how to start without giving you a persuasive essay.
Lord Voldemort (Harry Potter)
I've actually never read the books or watched the movies (I've watched clips and read about the characters on the wiki page) but from what I nose, he is very evil (and pretty creepy too).
Biff Tannen (Back to the Future)
This guy is a bully, he knows what he wants, how to get it and who he can easily exploit, he has the hallmark of a villain, as he is smart but uses it to his own gain and brings down others in the process.
Best book to screen adaption
Harry Potter (Harry Potter series)
Again, I only know so much (and who am I to judge with my limited knowledge concerning this fandom?) Charles Dickens language aside, The entire movie series seems pretty true to the books, Harry Potter especially.
Best character perception
Jack Sparrow (Pirates of the Caribbean)
"There should be a Captain in there somewhere"
Let me say (again) that no one other than Johnny Depp would be able to portray Captain Jack Sparrow. That's all I need to say (he simply had to be on the list)
So that concludes my post, did you agree? Disagree? Did you get all my puns and references? Huh? Huh? huh?
I have a big urge to watch all four POTC movies and read all Narnia books... and start on Harry Potter too....