Hello, all! My apologies for neglecting to post in awhile.
I filled out the Five Female Characters Tag a month or two ago at my other blog, and now it’s time for the Five Male Characters Tag, so here you are!
1. 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.
4. Best book-to-screen adaption
5. Best character perception
Sam Gamgee from Lord of the Rings You can read why I like him here, but for now suffice it to say that he’s arguably the most quotable character in LotR, as PInterest can tell you:
Saruman from Lord of the Rings I’ve mentioned him as being one of my favorite villains before, and I think most LotR fans could agree: he’s at least the best villain in Lord of the Rings.
Dustifinger from Inkheart
He’s not a hero. But he isn’t exactly a villain either. Reading the book, I wanted to like him but every time I started to, he’d go and do something wrong or selfish. All the same, one can’t help feeling bad for him.
Best Book-to-Screen Adaption-
Another difficult one! Ummm, let’s say Mr. Bingley from Pride and Prejudice(2005). Of course, Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth are the main focus of the movies/books, but the actor portrays Bingley’s carefree, likable character surprisingly well.
Best Character Perception
Hugo from Hugo Movie-Hugo lived and deepened book-Hugo just as the movie kept with the spirit of the book, only complementing the main thread of action with additional scenes.
Onto the tagging!
I tag KB at 1900s Fashion
Accepting the tag is completely optional. Have fun!