Category Archives: blogathon entry

The Ten: Most Iconic Movie Characters

Big Screen Small Words1 has dragged me out of my shameless solitude2 by passing me the relay in a very cool blogathon I’ve been eyeing from afar for some time now. All thanks to Nostra at MyFilmViews for creating this awesomesauce!

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Fisti’s God is in the Movies blogathon: Monty Python and the Holy Grail

God is done with your bulls–t, or The Heavenly Eyeroll

When Fisti first announced his blogathon, God is in the Movies, I was excited — is this my turn to talk my story about being a hardcore atheist, a confused satanist for a brief while at the age of 13, and finally becoming someone who thought religion was something really, really interesting (kudos, Supernatural with Castiel), but is .simply non-religious?

Well… no. Instead, I found Monty Python and the Holy Grail, laughed my ass off for one and a half hours and knew I have to take this post in a lighter tone. Morgan Freeman, step aside, there’s a new old kid on the block, and he’s funnier than anyone I’ve ever met.

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Cinematic Corner’s Spin-off Blogathon: Candace, Perks of Being a Wallflower

For the past few weeks, I’ve been racking my brain to come up with a good post for the always awesome Sati’s first ever blogathon, and a good four hours before the deadline, I cracked it! The rules (which, as m.brown pointed out, are redundant) included choosing a character that you love and would like to see as a leading character in the movie and writing why you chose this character and what that movie would be like with a goal to focus on minor characters who have between 1-5 scenes.

Candace from The Perks of Being a Wallflower

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Reservoir Dogs (1992)

I never finished Pulp Fiction — I’ve only seen the first third. And I have to admit that I prefer Tarantino’s very first attempt, because that one had more raw in it. And of course, it was shorter.

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