The 5 coolest movie characters of all time

There are some movie characters that are so well written that they never fade from a cinephile’s mind. Here are our all-time favorites!

The coolest movie characters in movie history

Sometimes an author creates a character so memorable that it sticks with us and has been welcomed into the hallowed halls of vintage cinema long after the film they starred in has debuted. There are some characters that we remember from when we were so young that our memories were just beginning to form; for me it was Falkor from “The Neverending Story”. These characters we love can be so important that they are part of our identity or permanently change the way we see or perceive things. From dramatic moments in casino moviesto thrilling car chases, to heartwarming romances… these scenes and moments would be nothing without the characters who bring them to life.

Join us as we go through our list of some of the greatest characters ever created. From villains to heroes, from book-first characters to cartoon animals and fairytale creatures, these are the characters who helped guide and fuel our love for film.

Holly Golightly – Breakfast at Tiffany’s

At first glance, Holly is your typical big city celebrity. She dresses exquisitely, sleeps half the day and always comes home at odd times, throwing lavish parties and never missing a beat. First off, Holly is an incredibly well-written character (by Truman Capote), but there’s no other actress who can bring her to life quite like Audrey Hepburn. Holly gradually unfolds as the film progresses, shedding layer upon layer of her superficial appearance to reveal a tender, wounded heart beneath. She has inspired generations of women and will never be forgotten. Although many female characters are based on her, she is never replicated.

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Jules Winnfield- Pulp Fiction

Though you may not recognize the name immediately, no one who has ever seen Pulp Fiction will forget Samuel L. Jackson’s vulgar, fast-recovering, handgun-wielding character. Tarantino is an incredible writer who brings unique yet relatable characters to life on screen in each of his films. Jules Winnfield is hired by a very bad man, Marsellus Wallace, to make sure things go as they should. When a boxer fails to lead a fight Wallace was counting on, he sends Jules and his partner Vincent Vega to find the boxer. It’s Jules’ attitude and remarkably quick execution that makes him a truly memorable character. A tough, smart man is lured out of his job as an assassin into the big wide world, and Jackson plays it all perfectly.

Lisbeth Salander – The girl with the dragon tattoo

Lisbeth is a character with more layers than your average onion. Originally written by author Stieg Larsson, she is punk through and through, and her incredibly difficult and often violent life has led her to trust no one but herself. She’s a hacker, employed by corporate giants and well paid. She ends up teaming up with disgraced journalist Mikael Blomkvist when the two are hired by a reclusive millionaire to find out what happened to his long-lost niece. Lisbeth must learn to trust this stranger to save herself and save not only the innocent lives involved in the case but also her partner when they are faced with insurmountable odds. This is no damsel in distress: Lisbeth is a tough, self-sufficient woman with many wounds to heal.

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The Joker – The Dark Knight

The Joker has been written and rewritten many times, but there’s no point even pretending that any version will beat Heath Ledger’s. No one but the late Ledger could have given the Joker the completely insane touch he did. The character is completely unbalanced and unpredictable; It’s hard to imagine the kind of work that would have gone into writing a character like this, let alone bringing him to life. The combination of stillness, stillness, caution and carefully curated words makes it stand out The joker what he is. The term murderous maniac seems to have been created just for this character, doesn’t it?

Han Solo-Star Wars

The c**k-sure Han Solo might not have been an instant winner for you when you first watched Star Wars. Confident to the point of arrogance and reckless with his life and the lives of others, Solo soon becomes popular in the Star Wars universe. His overconfident front fades and is replaced by a loving, caring inner self. Solo could coax candy out of a baby and sell ice cream to an Eskimo, that’s for sure. His place in the cast of characters can never be repressed or repeated.

Wrap up

These are just a few from a very long list; There are so many movie characters we love that it’s hard to count them all. Who are your favourites?

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