En Beğenilen 100 Film Karekteri


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Roger "Verbal" Kint Kevin Spacey The Usual Suspects (1995) Verbal's informed scanning of a bulletin board while awaiting interrogation.


Kevin McCallister Macauley Culkin Home Alone (1990) and one later film Kevin's slapping of aftershave on his cheeks, and his "Aaaahhh!" reaction.


Antoine Doinel Jean Pierre Leaud The 400 Blows (1959) and four later films Antoine's reaction when asked by a reform school psychiatrist if he's ever slept with a girl.


Ace Ventura Jim Carrey Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994) and later films Ace's calling of his pets in his apartment after lying to his landlord about not having animals in his place.


Tommy DeVito Joe Pesci GoodFellas (1990) Tommy's 'How Am I Funny' routine, and his deadly showdown with Spider (Michael Imperioli) during a card game.


Oda Mae Brown Whoopi Goldberg Ghost (1990) Oda's reluctant donation of a $4 million check to charity, after being prompted by Sam.


Rose Sayer Katharine Hepburn The African Queen (1951) Heroine Rose's moment of emotional liberation after 'going over the falls'.


Harry Lime Orson Welles The Third Man (1949) Harry's "cuckoo clock" speech.


Dil Jaye Davidson The Crying Game (1992) Dil's startling revelation of his gender.


Mrs. Iselin Angela Lansbury The Manchurian Candidate (1962) Mrs. Iselin's incestuous kiss on the lips of her robotic, programmed, killing-machine son Raymond Shaw (Laurence Harvey).


John Malkovich John Malkovich Being John Malkovich (1999) John's yelling of "It's my heeeead!" while on the shoulder of the NJ Turnpike, after which a taunting trucker hurls a can at him.


Sandy Olsson Olivia Newton-John Grease (1978) Wearing black pants, red heels, and a leather jacket, Bad Sandy's bringing of Danny Zuko (John Travolta) to his knees.


Raymond Babbitt Dustin Hoffman Rain Man (1988) Raymond's panic-fit when brother Charlie (Tom Cruise) runs a hot bath for him.


Captain Jack Sparrow Johnny Depp Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003) Capt. Jack's triumphant arrival at Port Royal in a decrepit vessel.


Melanie Daniels Tippi Hedren The Birds (1963) Melanie's venture into an upstairs bedroom, where she is viciously attacked by birds.


Stanley Kowalski Marlon Brando A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) Stanley's anguished, animalistic cry-yell at the bottom of the stairs for his wife Stella (Kim Hunter).


Darth Vader David Prowse/James Earl Jones (voice) Star Wars (1977) and two later films In The Empire Strikes Back (1980), Vader's revelation that he is Luke's (Mark Hamill) father.


William 'Bill the Butcher' Cutting Daniel Day-Lewis Gangs of New York (2002) Bill's flag-draped soliloquy, and his stabbing of the hand of fellow card player.


Jack Torrance Jack Nicholson The Shining (1980) Jack's hallucinatory drink order to a non-existent bartender in the Gold Room of the Overlook Hotel.


Aurora Greenway Shirley MacLaine Terms of Endearment (1983) and one later film Aurora's prophetic warning to her daughter Emma (Debra Winger) on the eve of her wedding.


Sam Spade Humphrey Bogart The Maltese Falcon (1941) Sam's act of turning over femme fatale love Brigid O'Shaughnessy (Mary Astor) to the cops.


Hans Beckert Peter Lorre M (1931) Hans' shriek to his tormentors that they don't know what it's like to be him.


"Mad" Max Rockatansky Mel Gibson Mad Max (1979) and two later films Max's witnessing of the slaughter of his family by hoodlums.


Annie Wilkes Kathy Bates Misery (1990) Annie's smashing the legs of her favorite writer Paul Sheldon (James Caan) so he won't leave her.


Tony Manero John Travolta Saturday Night Fever (1977) and one later film Tony's reveling in his power alone on the dance floor.


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Dr. Strangelove Peter Sellers Dr. Strangelove Or: ... (1964) Dr. Strangelove's final proposal in the War Room, while preventing his gloved hand from self-strangulation.


Tony Montana Al Pacino Scarface (1983) Tony's taunt to those about to slice open his friend Chi Chi's (Angel Salazar) head with a chain saw.


Norma Rae Sally Field Norma Rae (1979) Norma's defiant stand on a factory table, while brandishing a sign that reads, "Union."


Lloyd Dobler John Cusack Say Anything... (1989) Lloyd's statement: "I don't want to sell anything, buy anything, or process anything as a career. I don't want to sell anything bought or processed, or buy anything sold or processed..."


Rev. Harry Powell Robert Mitchum The Night of the Hunter (1955) Rev. Powell's explanation of the "Love" and "Hate" tattoos on the fingers of his right hand and left hand.


Judy Benjamin Goldie Hawn Private Benjamin (1980) Judy's departure from the Army, something that causes the sergeant to be overjoyed and promote the signing of the release document.


Terry Malloy Marlon Brando On the Waterfront (1954) Terry's taxi-cab speech to his brother Charley (Rod Steiger) about his betrayal: "I coulda been a contender..."


Alex DeLarge Malcolm McDowell A Clockwork Orange (1971) Alex's version of 'Singin' in the Rain' while attacking a couple in their home with his band of droogs.


Inspector Jacques Clouseau Peter Sellers The Pink Panther (1964) and four later movies Clouseau's clumsy destruction of a 'priceless Steinway' after getting his hand stuck in a chain mail glove connected to a spiked flail.


Navin Johnson, aka "The Jerk" Steve Martin The Jerk (1979) The Jerk's inexplicable targeting by a sniper at a gas station.


Edward Scissorhands Johnny Depp Edward Scissorhands (1990) Edward's bittersweet reply - "I can't" - to the girl (Winona Ryder) he loves when she whispers to him, "Hold me."


Rocky Balboa Sylvester Stallone Rocky (1976) and four later films Rocky's early morning run through the city's streets, and triumphant race up the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art - with victorious fist high in the air.


Carrie White Sissy Spacek Carrie (1976) Carrie's humiliating experience in the girls' locker room in the opening scene, and the shattering of her first light bulb.


John Shaft Richard Roundtree Shaft (1971) Shaft's emergence from a 42nd Street subway station and invulnerable stroll into oncoming traffic.


J. J. Hunsecker Burt Lancaster Sweet Smell of Success (1957) Hunsecker's evisceration of Falco (Tony Curtis), a senator, his bimbo consort, and her manager at a table in a NY nightspot.


George Bailey James Stewart It's A Wonderful Life (1946) George and Mary's (Donna Reed) first dance - in which they step into a swimming pool.


Lt. Col. Bill Kilgore Robert Duvall Apocalypse Now (1979) Kilgore's pause during the war for a soliloquy: "I love the smell of napalm in the morning..."


Phyllis Dietrichson Barbara Stanwyck Double Indemnity (1944) Phyllis' palpable fear - and regret - after her stooge insurance salesman Walter Neff (Fred MacMurray) killed her husband, and suspicions were aroused.


Tom Powers James Cagney The Public Enemy (1931) Tom's self-aware statement as he is shot in the rain: "I ain't so tough."


Alan Swann Peter O'Toole My Favorite Year (1982) Alan's triumphant horseback ride through Central Park.


The Dude (Jeff Lebowski) Jeff Bridges The Big Lebowski (1998) The Dude's post-coital chat with Maude (Julianne Moore) about his student radical days.


Frank Booth Dennis Hopper Blue Velvet (1986) Frank's breathing of gas through a plastic mask while engaging in foreplay with Dorothy (Isabella Rossellini).


Ninotchka Greta Garbo Ninotchka (1939) Ninotchka's long-suppressed laugh, after Leon (Melvyn Douglas) accidentally falls off his chair in a Paris bistro.


Howard Beale Peter Finch Network (1976) Howard's "I'm mad as hell" speech, and his silence during the delivery of a sermon on corporate America by the network president Arthur Jensen (Ned Beatty).


Freddy Krueger Robert Englund A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) and too many later films Freddy's sadistic pinning of a victim to the ceiling with his claw before slashing him.


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Blondie Clint Eastwood The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (1966) Blondie's writing-the-name-on-the-rock gambit before the climactic, operatic shootout.


Chance the Gardener Peter Sellers Being There (1979) Chance's bland but insistent mantra, "I like to watch" that is misinterpreted by a love-deprived society wife Eve Rand (Shirley MacLaine).


John "Bluto" Blutarsky John Belushi National Lampoon's Animal House (1978) Bluto's food fight scene in which he makes his face a zit - by filling his cheeks with mashed potatoes and spraying the contents onto a sorority girl.


Mrs. Robinson Anne Bancroft The Graduate (1967) Mrs. Robinson's toss of Benjamin Braddock's (Dustin Hoffman) car keys into his fish tank, to make sure he drives her home.


John McClane Bruce Willis Die Hard (1988) and three later films McClane's radioed reply to evil terrorist Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman): "Yippee-kai-yay, motherf--ker!"


Mary Poppins Julie Andrews Mary Poppins (1964) Mary Poppins' singing of "Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down!" to show her charges that tidying up the nursery can be fun.


Jules Winnfield Samuel L. Jackson Pulp Fiction (1994) The foot massage sequence, the Ezekiel speech, the Quarter Pounder with Cheese dialogue, and the 'what' sequence.


Forrest Gump Tom Hanks Forrest Gump (1994) Forrest's conversation with a bus-stop bench woman, including: "My momma always said life was like a box of chocolates...you never know what you're gonna get."


"Dirty" Harry Callahan Clint Eastwood Dirty Harry (1971) and four later films Harry's reaction that the killer he just apprehended and tortured will be released because of the violation of his rights: "Well, the law's crazy!"


Jane Craig Holly Hunter Broadcast News (1987) Jane's response, "No, it's awful," when her boss snaps: "It must be nice to always believe you know better - to always think you're the smartest person in the room."


The Terminator Arnold Schwarzenegger The Terminator (1984) and later films The Terminator's quote: "I'll be back" at the police station slaughter, and his surgery upon his own skin and eyeball (his eyesocket glows red) in a motel room.


Michael Dorsey/Dorothy Michaels Dustin Hoffman Tootsie (1982) Dorothy's improvised on-air confession: "But...as a woman!"


Willy Wonka Gene Wilder Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971) Willy's whimsical entrance - first teetering with a cane, and ending with the execution of a perfect somersault.


Jake Gittes Jack Nicholson Chinatown (1974) and one later film Jake's crafty rip of a city ledger page (under the sound of a fake cough), and use of an ethnic slur to fool a nursing home's corrupt director.


Alex Forrest Glenn Close Fatal Attraction (1987) Alex's conversation with Dan (Michael Douglas) the morning that he leaves: "You thought you'd have a good time. You didn't stop for a second to think about me."


Dr. Evil Mike Myers Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997) and two later films Dr. Evil's revelation about dominating the planet to his staff: "We shall hold the world ransom for...one million dollars!!"


Bonnie Parker Faye Dunaway Bonnie and Clyde (1967) Bonnie's decision to kiss captured and humiliated Texas Ranger Frank Hamer (Denver Pyle) while a photograph is taken.


Ratso Rizzo Dustin Hoffman Midnight Cowboy (1969) Ratso's shrill and improvised line to a cab driver, as he slaps on the car's hood: "I'm walkin' here!" in a cross-walk


Holly Golightly Audrey Hepburn Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) Holly's kiss of Paul (George Peppard) in the pouring rain, while sheltering Cat under her coat.


Norma Desmond Gloria Swanson Sunset Boulevard (1950) Norma's final appearance: "All right, Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my close-up."


King Kong -- King Kong (1933) The Beast atop the Empire State Building, risking everything for his Beauty Ann Darrow (Fay Wray).


Daphne/Jerry Jack Lemmon Some Like It Hot (1959) Daphne's repetition of a litany after a stern warning by Joe (Tony Curtis), in an all-female sleeping car of a train: "I'm a girl...I'm a girl...I wish I were dead...I'm a girl."


Captain Quint Robert Shaw Jaws (1975) Quint's slippery slide into the jaws of the awaiting shark, and his speech about surviving the disaster at sea on the U.S.S. Indianapolis: "When he comes after you, he doesn't seem to be living until he bites you."


Marge Gunderson Frances McDormand Fargo (1996) Pregnant Marge's near loss of her breakfast at a crime scene, but not due to the gore.


E.T. -- E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982) The moment that Elliott's bike (with E.T. in the basket) is propelled into the night sky by E.T.'s powers.


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Gordon Gekko Michael Douglas Wall Street (1987) Gekko's "Greed is Good" speech before an audience of corporate stockholders.


The Little Tramp Charlie Chaplin Scores of films, beginning with Mabel's Strange Predicament (1914) - actually first seen in Kid Auto Races at Venice (1914) The Little Tramp's beatific smile at the end of City Lights (1931).


Ethan Edwards John Wayne The Searchers (1956) Ethan's chase after his terrified niece Debbie (Natalie Wood), threatening to kill her - but then lifting her into the air and telling her: "Let's go home, Debbie."


Travis Bickle Robert De Niro Taxi Driver (1976) Travis' massacre rehearsal, "You talkin' to me?" and the scene in which he slowly rocks his TV set and eventually crashes it to the floor.


Susan Vance Katharine Hepburn Bringing Up Baby (1938) Susan's gleeful exclamation after chasing after her terrier who has buried David's (Cary Grant) prized dinosaur bone: "Isn't this fun, David? Just like a game."


Detective Virgil Tibbs Sidney Poitier In the Heat of the Night (1967) and one later film Virgil's unblinking response through clenched teeth: "They call me Mister Tibbs," after being insulted by chief of police Bill Gillepsie (Rod Steiger): "Virgil - that's a funny name for a nigger boy from Philadelphia. What do they call you up there?"


Rick Blaine Humphrey Bogart Casablanca (1942) Rick's decision to help a young couple win at the roulette wheel, in order to spare the wife from having to sleep with the shady Captain Renault (Claude Rains) to acquire exit papers.


Carl Spackler Bill Murray Caddyshack (1980) Spackler's explanation of the golfing turf he invented: "The amazing stuff about this is that you can play 36 holes on it in the afternoon, take it home, and just get stoned to the bejesus belt that night."


Dorothy Gale Judy Garland The Wizard of Oz (1939) Dorothy's singing of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow."


Robin Hood Errol Flynn The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) Robin's crashing of a dinner event being held by Prince John (Claude Rains), with a dead deer draped on his back, and being called a "saucy fellow."


Hannibal Lecter Anthony Hopkins The Silence of the Lambs (1991) and later films Hannibal's death rattle after pronouncing: "Chianti."


Randle Patrick McMurphy Jack Nicholson One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975) Randle's bravura boat-trip scene and exhortation: "You're not a goddamn loony now, boy, you're a fisherman!"


Atticus Finch Gregory Peck To Kill a Mockingbird (1962) Atticus' lesson to daughter Jean Louise ('Scout') (Mary Badham) who got into a fight at school: "Do you know what a compromise is? It's an agreement reached by mutual consent."


Charles Foster Kane Orson Welles Citizen Kane (1941) Kane's plea to his second wife Susan (Dorothy Comingore) as she leaves him: "You can't do this to me."


Margo Channing Bette Davis All About Eve (1950) Margo's menacing, self-mocking, legendary quip at a party as guests arrive, as she jealously suspects young acolyte Eve (Anne Baxter): "Fasten your seatbelts, it's going to be a bumpy night."


Gollum Andy Serkis The Lord of the Rings (2001-2003) trilogy Gollum's twisted, tortured wrestle with himself.


Jeff Spicoli Sean Penn Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) Spicoli's order of a pizza that is delivered in Mr. Hand's (Ray Walston) history class, and his reply to an incredulous question about what he's doing: "Learning about Cuba and having some food."


Ellen Ripley Sigourney Weaver Alien (1979) and three later films Ripley's nervy refusal to open the ship's hatch so that Kane (John Hurt) can be admitted - with a thing attached to his face.


Indiana Jones Harrison Ford Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) and three later films Indy's overcoming of several treacherous challenges in the film's opening sequence, only to lose the priceless artifact to French nemesis Rene Belloq (Paul Freeman).


Annie Hall Diane Keaton Annie Hall (1977) Annie's decision to remain in LA with a music producer (Paul Simon), with newly-discovered self-recognition, rather than return to New York to marry Alvy (Woody Allen).


James Bond Sean Connery Dr. No (1962) and six later films Bond's suave remark to doomed Professor Dent (Anthony Dawson): "You've had your six [shots]".


Norman Bates Anthony Perkins Psycho (1960) and sequels Norman's stunning, sudden, rage-filled reaction when future victim Marion Crane (Janet Leigh) suggests that his mother be put "somewhere."


Scarlett O'Hara Vivien Leigh Gone with the Wind (1939) After the death of Scarlett's second husband, Rhett Butler's (Clark Gable) grand proposal and her scornful rejection, followed by his passionate kiss to erase all thought of Ashley Wilkes (Leslie Howard).


Fred C. Dobbs Humphrey Bogart The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) Dobbs' reaction to Curtin's (Tim Holt) challenge about putting his hand under a rock, where he doesn't believe that a Gila monster is hiding.


Vito Corleone Marlon Brando The Godfather (1972) Vito's promise to cream puff crooner Johnny Fontane (Al Martino) who doesn't believe that he'll get an acting role from a Hollywood big shot director: "I'm gonna make him an offer he can't refuse."