So! Apparently what you do is list ten of your favorite movie/tv characters, elaborate a little, and then tag ten blogging friends. Let's do it!;)
I'm going to mention ten of those characters whom I don't speak about much, because while a lot of these are new, I don't want to just keep rehashing the same people over and over--I mean, where's the fun in that? (Do I preface too much in my posts? Yeah, I think I do...) Oh, and I refuse to make this a countdown list. Just no. And don't expect too much elaboration--I'm terrible at explaining why I love characters. Just doesn't come easily to me *shrugs*, so…be prepared for lots of pictures and gifs to clog your connections, and little else;)
John Davinier from Belle
Have you watched Belle yet? Because if you haven't, fix that heinous problem forthwith. It is amazing and inspiring and beautiful and all the things a period drama should be:)
Now, about John Davinier. Yep. He's awesome.
Admit it--you melted into puddles of feels during that scene. (And I was so happy to find gifs that accurately portray it!)
Bard from The Hobbit movies
Bard is pretty fantastic. He's a strong leader, a peacemaker, one heck of a father, and just generally great.
Parker from Leverage
I love how Parker has been through so much in her life, yet she remains so positive and happy (most of the time), that she just makes you smile. All her little quirks are awesome. And her vulnerability makes you want to protect her, doesn't it?:)
I started out a diehard Elliot/Parker shipper, but after a little while, I figured out that yes, everything worked out as it should have:D
Because Pardison is a precious ship.
"When do the happy drugs wear off?"
Her big brother/little sister relationship with Elliot is still adorable, though.
Mushu from Mulan
Because I felt like including a Disney character, and Mushu is epic. "Oh, I think my bunny slippers just ran for cover."
Theodore and Amos from The Apple Dumpling Gang (these two totally count as one; one does not simply separate Theodore and Amos)
You can read more about why I love this duo here. Long story short, they are hilarious (I mean, Don Knotts and Tim Conway!), and they can even manage to make a sequel that doesn't include Donovan and Dusty and the kids an entertaining movie.
Reuben J. (Rooster) Cogburn from True Grit (either version, but particularly 2011)
Oh, the immortal Rooster;) I love how Rooster is so uncouth and (at times) scatterbrained, but deep down he's really got a good heart and loves Mattie. The warm fuzzies:D
Tom Harte from Broken Trail
Mr. LaBoeuf from True Grit (2011)
You love LaBoeuf. You know you do.
THIS. LINE. 'Nuff said.
"I'm a Texas Ranger."
Che from Evita
Even though the character of Che isn't exactly explained with perfect clarity, I love him more each time I watch it. AND THE END. The end gets me every. single. time. Even if I'm just listening to the music. Because, guys, he really does love her under all the frustration and the anger and OH THE PAIN!
This picture…why is someone out to try and break my heart...
Neal from Once Upon a Time
Despite my personal opinion that he is in a constant state of looking hungover, Neal is a great guy. And I'll admit…*SPOILERS* I cried when he died. *END OF SPOILERS*
I can't decide between Team Neal and Team Kilian. It's too hard.
Whew! That took me way too long…but anyway, thanks for tagging me, you two!:D
Now for those I tag: