Lets get to it!
Rules1. List 5 of your favorite male characters (book or screen)
2. Tagging other people is optional
3. If you are tagged, link back to the person who tagged you (Meredith)
4. Link back to Revealed in Time (preferably using the link to this post)
Choose one from each category:
4. Best book-to-screen adaption
5. Best character perception
There are so many great heroes, so I am going to do my favorite Superhero from Marvel.
Captain America/Steve Rogers.
He is an awesome guy. He always is doing what is right even if it is hard.
He never gives up, he keeps going, and stands for what is good, always.
He also has some great lines, but this ones my favorite;
Black Widow/Natasha: These guys come from legends Cap, there basically gods.
Steve: There is only One God, ma'am, and I am pretty sure He doesn't dress like that.
This is the one of the ones Steve was referring to above.
Yes, there are lots of great bad guys, so if we are going for one that I really like...your looking at him. He's just a really good bad guy, though he has a great sense of humor, like in Thor; The Dark World. In Avengers though, he is really bad. (Because he's the main bad guy)
I think I also really like him because of the actor who plays him, Tom Hiddleston.
Guy of Gisborne
First off, it's Richard Armitage! He was the reason I started watching the show, and I also heard that it was good. Guy works for the real bad guy, and he does do some bad things, but at the end he does what is right. I just love him.
Best book-to-screen adaption
Since I watched the movies before I read any of the books, I had in my minds eye that the characters looked like the ones in the movies. While I was reading the books, I told my Mom that Sean Astin was like Sam from the books. He did a great job as Sam, in my opinion, he nailed it.
Best character perception
He is a gentlemen, who knows how to profess his love in the sweetest way.
The first Pride and Prejudice that I watched was the one from 2005. I liked it, and then I read the book.
There was a lot that was left out, but it was, and still is a good movie. Then I watched the Pride and Prejudice from 1995, and I was like "It's just like the book!" They did such a great job, but since it was for TV they got more time, hence, more scenes from the book.
Thank you for reading!