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New Design and An Award for Our Followers.

As you can probably tell we have a new blog design we decided to go with a more professional and easier to read look. Please tell us what you think and we are working on a new header.

Thanks Rebecca for giving us this award!!

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We give this award to all of our followers.

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The Pink Panther (2006) review.

Directed by: Shawn Levy
Genre: Comedy, Mystery
Release date: February 10, 2006
Running Time: 93 minutes
MMPA rating: PG

The Good: One of the funniest movies ever, Steve Martin nailed the accent perfectly, I couldn't go 3 minutes without laughing, 

Plot: The film opens as Paris Police Chief Inspector Charles Dreyfus (Kevin Kline) tells the story of the Pink Panther diamond theft case. As Dreyfus narrates, a flashback appears of a soccer game between France and China. French coach Yves Gluant (Jason Statham) comes down the stadium, wearing the Pink Panther diamond ring, and kisses his girlfriend, Xania (Beyoncé Knowles), after whispering to her. After the game, Yves dies with a poison dart in his neck and the Pink Panther missing from his hand (thus leading to the animated opening titles, created by Kurtz & Friends). Eager to win the "Medal of Honor" (the Légion d'honneur), Dreyfus appoints clumsy third-class Jacques Clouseau (Steve Martin) to officially handle the case while Dreyfus assembles a team to investigate in secret. Dreyfus intends to take over the case once he has solved it. He appoints Gendarme Ponton (Jean Reno) to work as Clouseau's assistant and secretly keep Dreyfus informed of Clouseau's activities.
Clouseau makes little progress at first, bungling one situation after another. Bizu (William Abadie), a star player who hated Gluant and was the prime suspect, is shot in the head and killed. A witness named Cherie (Kristin Chenoweth) heard Bizou say "Oh, it's you," before being shot; therefore Clouseau tells Ponton to gather all the people in Paris with the name "You". He interviews an old Cantonese woman (credited as "Yu"), but although he claims he understands Chinese, he does not reveal what she said. While at a casino, with the intent of asking some questions of owner Raymond Larocque (Roger Rees), Gluant's business partner, he encounters British Secret Agent 006 Nigel Boswell (Clive Owen, parodying James Bond). Wearing a gas mask to conceal his identity, Boswell poses as Clouseau while stopping a robbery by the notorious "Gas-Masked Bandits". Clouseau receives credit for the deed and is nominated for the Légion d'honneur, much to Dreyfus's annoyance. Watch the movie to see what happens next.

Plot: 9.2/10- Remember we are comparing the movie's plot to other comedys. Surprisingly very good mystery plot.

Action: N/A

Acting: 10/10- Steve Martin nailed the accent perfectly for Inspector Clouseau,

Special effects:N/A

Soundtrack: 9.3/10- The same classic theme from the original Pink Panther movies.

Comedy: 10/10- Lots of slap stick comedy through out the movie, We couldn't go 3 minutes without laughing.

Overall: 9.7/10- About as good as a comedy gets.

Closing comments: Two words: Comedy Perfection.

Recommended for: Anyone who likes to laugh

The Hunger Games Teaser Trailer.

We don't know anything about The Hunger Games but we know that a lot of our followers are The Hunger Games fans so we though everyone  would like to see this.

Chicago (and everywhere else) loves Anders Nilsen. Chicago launch at Lula Cafe tomorrow night!

Attn: Chicagoans! Anders Nilsen will be having his hometown launch for BIG QUESTIONS tomorrow at Lula Cafe with everyone's favourite store Quimby's and pals John Porcellino, Kyle Beachy and Zak Sally. DO NOT MISS THIS! And as Anders explains on his Monolinguist blogthe cafe will exhibit originals from the book and these select BIG QUESTIONS originals will be on sale soon!

Deservedly so, Anders has been in the headlines all over North America this Summer. So much so, that I keep putting off writing a blog post because another piece of press is right around the corner. Chris Borrelli of the Chicago Tribune profiled Anders at length about process of creating his epic book and astutely notes: Read as individual, infrequent issues, BIG QUESTIONS was a handsome, fragmented dream. Read as a single, contained narrative, it's absorbing and touching.

The Chicago Reader reviews the book: The overall mood of the work can seem bleak—a feeling enhanced by Nilsen's simple, clean, black-and-white line drawings. But there's a ray of hope, or at least a rationale. We "can't ever really know the outcome of our actions," a character says, "but if we act earnestly, and do our best, everything will turn out right in the end."

D+Q's hometown weekly, the Montreal Mirror, also gives a lengthy review: The real beauty of BIG QUESTIONS is that it doesn’t strive to answer. Through love, loss and tinges of dark humour, the meaning of it all remains as wide open as the land­scape on which the actions unfold. We’re left only to watch through the birds’ eye view, feeling for them as they love, lose and eat seeds.

The Baltimore City Paper gears up for Anders' event at Atomic Comics and SPX next week: Nilsen’s strips are brilliant in that he manages to do so much with the limited palette he allows himself. Most strips maintain a simple, economical style, which in turn allows the moments of impressive detail (a strip titled “Anoesia and the Matrideicidic Theophany,” for instance, concludes with a stunning fold-out depiction of a plane crash) to be all the more powerful.

Paste Magazine states in their review: Nilsen’s spare but beautiful drawings and that abiding strangeness create a sense of awe that is rarely produced by cultural efforts. Much of the book is not easily explicable, and rather than being frustrating, its willful obscurity instead suggests you need to submit to the artist’s vision, not fight the current.

And a starred review by Publishers Weekly!: Epic in its scale and circumscribed in focus, Nilsen’s incisive BIG QUESTIONS is a philosophical novel that uses the techniques of fable to investigate faith, society, disillusionment, and catastrophe.

BIG QUESTIONS makes the coveted New York Magazine Approval Matrix.

The Minneapolis Star Tribune timed their review to Anders recent event at Magers & Quinn and noted: the parable it tells unfolds with remarkable ease and power.

Jeff Vandemeer agrees with all of the press, and his blog post prompted another blogger, The Of Blog to check out the book: I'm currently a little over 60 pages into a massive multi-thread story of roughly 600 pages and I'm loving these little moments.

SF's preview the book back in July.

Anders spoke in depth with Alex Deuben of
Comic Book Resources and Martin Wong of Giant Robot.

And from Anders' West Coast leg of his tour:

Portland MercuryAlison Hallet suggests to readers: Next time a sunny afternoon is darkened by a crow's cry, try to think of it as a screech of laughter rather than an ominous portent.

The Willamette Weekly aptly titles their review "The bird gods must be crazy" and Casey Jarman ends his review with BIG QUESTIONS doesn’t have to tie all the loose ends together to make for a satisfying read: The satisfaction comes from watching Nilsen’s talent grow with each passing page and knowing that the epic comic you’ve just finished is the artist’s first, and also most recent, work of art.

The Bay Area's Eastbay Express admits: I’m not going to feign objectivity here: I think Nilsen’s work is brilliant. Dude’s been drawing little birds since way before they became a hipster cliché, and in this case the cuteness factor is balanced by the artist’s unflinchingly unromantic view of the natural world.

And last but not least (and not really last as I suspect there will be even more upcoming reviews of BIG QUESTIONS): Paul Constant of The Stranger states:

You've never read anything quite like BIG QUESTIONS—imagine if Peanuts suddenly turned into Lord of the Rings and you have a vague idea of the tone—but you'll be thankful you encountered it. This is probably going to be the best—and is definitely the most original—comic of 2011.

Movie Sequels and Prequels.

The Hobbit
The Hobbit is coming to theaters December of 2012.

The Avengers
 Never has a movie been this ambitious by bringing together the Iron Man, Captain America, Hulk and Thor movies to make possibly comic book movie ever.It is coming to theaters summer of 2012.

The Amazing Spider-Man
The Amazing Spider-Man is reboot of the Spider-Man franchise. The Amazing Spider-Man coming to theaters summer of 2012.
Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance

Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance coming to theaters summer of 2012.

Iron Man 3
Iron Man 3 is coming to theaters summer of 2013.

X-Men Origins: Wolverine 2
 X-Men Origins: Wolverine 2 is coming to theaters summer of 2013.

The Dark Knight Rises

This is going to be the most over rated movie ever. The Dark Knight Rises is coming to theaters summer of 2012.

Thor 2 is coming to theaters summer of 2013.

Movie That Need Sequels and What They Should Do Next.

We decided to write an article about movies please tell if you think we should write articles and movie review orjust movie reviews. This going to be about movie franchises that need sequels and where we want to them go with the franchise next.

Star Wars
We want a live action TV show set in the Old Republic or a movie set in the Old Republic. We also want the story based on the Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic video game.

James Bond
The Daniel Craig have Bond movie has had critical success but they didn't have the feel of a Bond movie they were more like a Bourne movie than a Bond movie.
We are James Bond purest we want gadgets and good villains. The next movie needs to be set in the 60s around the same time as the original Sean Connery Bond movies and they need to bring back the gadgets and have reimaginings of classic villains.

Indiana Jones
We really hated Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull! Aliens? Really?! Indy need to get the James Bond treatment which means get a new actor to play Indy but the character stays the same or make a new Adventures of Young Indiana Jones TV show.

Bourne movies
We just finshed watching the Bourne Trilogy yesterday look for the review coming soon.
We know that there is going to be sequel of the Bourne movies but Matt Damon won't be in the next one. What we want is a sequel with Matt Damon in it.

Thr Matirx
We have recently become huge Matirx fans. We have read rumors that there might be a sequel at some time so we are really hoping for it coming soon.

We don't know how Christopher Nolan would make a sequel to Inception but need really one and we need it now.

What do you think please comment and tell us.

Our next article will be about Movie Sequels That are Confirmed to be coming back.

Doctor Who's Season Season Premiere is Tonight!

The Doctor Who's Season Season Premiere is Tonight!

We can't wait to see it so we are posting some awesome Doctor Who videos.
Doctor Who Meets Star Wars Parody.

Doctor Who Meets Star Trek The Next Generation.

Doctor Who: Let's Kill Hitler - Series 6 Episode 8, Prequel.

Watch this awesome Doctor What song.

Sleepwalk--Back in Print!

There's nothing I enjoy more than frantically riffling through everyone's desks in search of the elusive exacto knife, carefully slicing through the tape, and prying out the deliciously scented contents. New books smell the best (don't buy the new-book scented candle though--it's a real bummer).

This morning's treasure: the fifth printing of Adrian Tomine's Sleepwalk and Other Stories.

And here it is with the fourth printing. Note Adrian's striking new cover design. Here's a peek at the interior, for those that don't already have the book dog-eared on their night stands.

And what timing. This beautiful new edition of Sleepwalk--which collects the first four issues of ON--hits stores in the same month (September) as Optic Nerve 12, Adrian's latest installment in the series. You can see Adrian LIVE in Brooklyn on September 22 at 7pm at Dessert Island (no, really the signing is here: Desert Island). Save the date.

What Movie Genres Do You Want Us To Review.

What Movie Genres Do You Want Us To Review? If you have any movie you want us to review please post a comment and tell us.

Which of these genres do you want us to review more of?

Comic Book
Old Movies
Other(post a comment)

Comics needs Dylan Williams

By now it seems unlikely that you've somehow missed the fact that Dylan Williams is in the hospital fighting against cancer. Dylan really is one of my favorite people in the industry and while it's an old cliche, something like this should never happen to someone as dedicated, true, and real as Dylan. I can remember just a couple of years ago saying to a friend that Dylan's Sparkplug Books was my favorite of the new publishers because Dylan is the rare sort of publisher (of any type) who publishes ONLY what he believes in. He nurtures unknown talent and gets the work out there. He has no cares for the commercial prospects of the books or current fashion or who is friends with whom. He loves comics, he loves these comics, and he wants more people to see them. Years ago, when I off-handedly remarked in print that I thought the work of a certain classic strip artist was over-valued, Dylan sent me a collection of that artist's work in the mail and demanded that I read the book and evaluate the work in front of me. I love that he did that. He cared so deeply about comics and cartoonists that he felt the need to address that slight. Comics (any industry, really) needs people like Dylan Williams. If you love comics, YOU NEED DYLAN WILLIAMS. The recent plea by friends (because Dylan would never ask) for people to buy some Sparkplug Books to help him pay his hospital bills is a simple one. It's something you should do. There's really no excuse. You won't put that money to better use. You should help a very decent person in his fight. Help Dylan Williams. Go buy comics here.

{Above picture of Dylan and his grandma. Snagged from Profanity Hill.}

Blog Button Trade and Awards.

As the name of the title suggests we will post your blog button on our sidebar if you will post our button on yours. We have already posted all of the buttons to all of  blogs that we follow please tell us if we forgot anyone. The code of our blog button is under it on our sidebar.

Thanks JediKnightGrl at A Dreamer's Galaxy for giving us this award.

Thank the giver and link back to the Blogger who gave it to you!

Reveal your top five picks, and leave them a comment telling them you've awarded them!

Copy and Paste the award to your own blog.

Have faith that your followers will spread the love to other bloggers!

And most of all...have Bloggity-Blog Fun!!!( This was copyed from JediKnightGrl's blog)

I don't know who already has the award other than Jamie Joyce and JediChick.
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Duchess Satine Kenobi at A Jedi Knight -- Or Soon Will Be

Drawn & Quarterly & Desert Island -with the help of Housing Works- Bringing you the best NYC events this Fall!

OK NYC, in another week or so, we're about to go from zero to sixty with events in the Big Apple! Don't say we don't love you. We adore you so much you're practically getting every author we can send your way!

First off, we are teaming up with the finest art comics store in the land, Desert Island, to co-host several of the events:

Friday September 16th, 7 PM: Anders Nilsen for Big Questions & Marc Bell for Pure Pajamas Launch

Thursday September 22nd 7 PM: Adrian Tomine launches Optic Nerve #12

and we and Desert Island are then teaming up with Housing Works to host the following Manhattan events:

Tuesday September 27th, 7 PM: Kate Beaton launches Hark! A Vagrant

Tuesday, October 18th 7PM: Daniel Clowes (The Death-Ray) and Seth (GNBCC) in conversation!

If you are not familiar with Housing Works, they are a NYC charity that benefits homeless people with HIV, and they operate a fantastic bookstore cafe at 126 Crosby St which will be the site of the events for Kate Beaton, Daniel Clowes and Seth!

And that's not it, we have other NYC events!

Thursday September 15th 192 Books Anders Nilsen launches Big Questions

Sunday, September 18th Brooklyn Book Festival D+Q with Adrian Tomine, Kate Beaton, Anders Nilsen & Marc Bell

Thursday, Sept 30th - Sunday October 2nd  D+Q at the NY Art Book Fair at PS 1. Artist list to come.

Saturday, December 3rd Brooklyn Comics & Graphics Festival. Artist list to come.

James Sturm, Gag Cartoonist

James Sturm has a column in Slate Magazine today where he discusses the fine art of gag cartooning for The New Yorker.  Sez James: "If making graphic novels felt like a staid long-term relationship, then doing gag comics is like playing the field."


"Every Tuesday is judgment day, the day Robert Mankoff, the magazine's cartoon editor, meets with cartoonists face to face. Another seven or eight cartoonists were squeezed into the small waiting room, which is dominated by a long coffee table stacked with hundreds of New Yorker magazines. A giant print of a Sam Gross cartoon hung on one wall; underneath was a couch. Sam Gross sat on the couch. The other cartoonists either tried to engage in awkward small talk or just kept silent. Sam, by far the oldest and most established cartoonist in the cramped space, held court. He said, "Dr. Seuss was not a good artist. He couldn't draw kids. They were just adults with big heads.""

Maybe the best part of the article is how he included a wide variety of the New Yorkeresque cartoons he did. The image above is James's and there are tons more here.

Congrats, Kate!

This weekend at the Harvey Awards, Kate Beaton's work on Hark! A Vagrant was recognized - she won the award for Best Online Comics Work for her website, http://harkavagrant.com/.

Congratulations, Kate! And if you have been living under a rock somehow and never visited the site, please do check out her comics. This is a fully deserved award: Hark! is some of the best comics work on- or offline, and we at D+Q are thrilled to have her working with us in non-digital format too.

Top 25 Best Movie Heroes/Heroines.

The requirements for our list are that the hero/heroine is the main or one of the main stars of his or her movie (i.e. Yoda, Chewie and Legolas are not included because they are not the stars of their movie) and that they have to be the protagonist of the movie. note: The only movie we have seen this summer is Captain America so when we see Thor and X-Men: Fist Class we will reprize the list.

At Number 25: Batman

Played by:  Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, George Clooney, Christian Bale.
Movies: Batman (1989), Batman Returns, Batman Forever, Batman & Robin, Batman Begins, The Dark Knight
Quote: "I won't kill you but I don't have to save you"
Best Movie: The Dark Knight, Batman Begins
Worst Movie: Batman (1989), Batman Returns, Batman Forever, Batman & Robin

Some of you might be thinking how is Batman this low on the list it is because of the four horrible Batman movies of the late 80s and mid 90s.

At Number 24: Sherlock Holmes.

Played by:Basil Rathbone, Robert Downey jr. Many others,
Movies: Sherlock Holmes(2009), The Hound Of The Baskervilles, Terror By Night, The Scarlet Claw, many others.
Best Movie: There were not any stand out best movies.
Worst Movie: There were not any stand out worst movies.

At Number 23: Trinity
Watch this video of her best scene.

Played by: Carrie-Anne Moss
Movies: The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded, The Matrix Revolutions
Quote: " Dodge this"
Best Movie: The Matrix

At Number 22: Alvin C. York
Played by: Gary Cooper
Movies: Sergeant York
Quote: "Well I ain't never *learned* Sergeant! Folks back home used to say I could shoot a rifle before I was *weaned*, but they was exaggeratin' some."

Sergeant York is the only hero on this list that is more of a hero in real life than a movie.
At Number 21: Chief Inspector Jacques Clouseau
Watch this video of one of his best moments.

Played by:Movies: The Pink Panther, A Shot in the Dark, The Return of the Pink Panther, The Pink Panther Strikes Again, Revenge of the Pink Panther,Trail of The Pink Panther, Pink Panther (2006), Pink Panther 2
Quotes: "oh you are Yuri the trainer who trains"
" i would like to take a look at ur big brass bols"
" i vood lik twa bee a dambuugaa"
Best Movie: Pink Panther (2006),
Clouseau is by far the funniest heroes ever.

At Number 20: 'Dirty" Harry Callahan
Played by:Clint Eastwood
Movies: Dirty Harry, Magnum Force, The Enforcer, Sudden Impact, The Dead Pool
Quote: "I know what you're thinking. "Did he fire six shots or only five?" Well, to tell you the truth, in all this excitement I kind of lost track myself. But being as this is a .44 Magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world, and would blow your head clean off, you've got to ask yourself one question: Do I feel lucky? Well, do ya, punk?"
" Go ahead make my day"
Best Movie: The Enforcer
If you don't think he should be on this list then "Go ahead make my day".

At Number 19: Captain Jack Sparrow
Played by: Johnny Depp
Movies: Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
Best Movie: Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
Worst Movie: Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End

At Number 18: Qui-Gon Jinn

Played by: Liam Neeson
Movies: Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
Quote: "I'm not testing you, Obi-Wan. Life tests you! Every day it brings you new chances for triumph or defeat. And if you pass the test, it doesn't make you a Jedi. It makes you human."

He would be a lot higher on the list if lived past Ep.I.

At Number 17: Princess Leia Organa
Played by:Carrie Fisher
Movies: Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
Quote: "Why, you stuck up, half-witted, scruffy-looking Nerf herder."
, "Aren't you a little short for a stormtrooper?",
" I'd Just as Soon Kiss a Wookie!",
"Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi; you're my only hope."
Best Movie: Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
At Number 16: John Rambo
Played by: Sylvester Stallone
Movies: First Blood, Rambo: First Blood Part II, Rambo III, Rambo 4
Quote: "Murdock... I'm coming to get you!"
Best Movie: Rambo: First Blood Part II

At Number 15: Rooster Cogburn

Played by: John Wayne, Jeff Bridges
Movies: True Grit (1968), Rooster Cogburn, True Grit (2010)
Quote: "I don't believe I will. Drop that switch, LaBoeuf. Put it down, I said. You're enjoying it too much"
Best Movie: True Grit (1968)

At Number 14: Aragorn
Played by:
Movies: The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers,The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
Quote: "I would have gone with you to the end, into the very fires of Mordor."
Best Movie: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
At Number 13: T-800 Terminator
Played by: Arnold Schwarzenegger
Movies: Terminator, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
Quote: "
Best Movie: Terminator 2: Judgment Day
Worst Movie: Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines

At Number 12: Iron Man
Played by: Robert Downey Jr
Movies: Iron Man, Iron Man 2

Quote: "OK, here's a straight answer. My old man had a philosophy: peace means having a bigger stick than the other guy."
Best Movie: Iron Man

There are not any heroes that are as awesome Iron Man.

At Number 11: Wolverine
Played by: Hugh Jackman
Movies: X-Men, X2, X-Men: The Last Stand, X-Men Origins: Wolverine
Quote: "Hay bub"
Best Movie: X2
Worst Movie: X-Men Origins: Wolverine

At Number 10: Gandalf
Played by: Ian McKellen
Movies: The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers,The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
Quote: "You shall not pass!"
Best Movie: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

At Number 9: Neo
Watch this epic awesome fight scene you will know why Neo is awesome!

Played by:Keanu Reeves
Movies: The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded, The Matrix Revolutions
Quote: "Trinity Help"
Best Movie: The Matrix
At Number 8: Spider-Man

Played by:Tobey Maguire
Movies: Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2,Spider-Man 3
Quote: "With great power comes great responsibility"
Best Movie: Spider-Man 2
Worst Movie: Spider-Man 3
At Number 7: Captain America
Played by:Chris Evans
Movies: Captain America: The First Avenger
Quote: "I don't want to kill anybody. I don't like bullies; I don't care where they're from"
Best Movie: Captain America: The First Avenger

If Cap was in more than one movie he would be higher.
At Number 6: Luke Skywalker
Played by: Mark Hamill
Movies: Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
Quote: It just isn't fair",
"I'm Luke Skywalker. I'm here to rescue you.",
"Noooo Noooooo!" ,
"I am a Jedi, like my father before me."
Best Movie: Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back

At Number 5: Obi-Wan Kenobi
Played by: Alec Guinness,Ewan McGregor
Movies: Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones,  Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
Quote: "Obi-Wan Kenobi...Obi-Wan...Now, that's a name I've not heard in a long time...a long time.",
"A more elegant weapon from a more civilized age.",
/'Mos Eisley Spaceport. You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy. We must be cautious."
"These aren't the droids you're looking for.",

Quotes(Ewan McGregor): "I don't mind flying, but what you're doing is suicide!"
Best Movie: Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
At Number 4: Samwise Gamgee
Played by: Sean Astin
Movies: The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers,The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
Quote: "Mr. Frodo"
Best Movie: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
At Number 3: James Bond
Played by:Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan,Daniel Craig

Movies: Dr.No, From Russia With Love, Goldfinger, Thunderball, You Only Live Twice, Diamonds Are Forever, Never Say Never Again, On Her Majesty’s Service, Live and Let Die, The Man with the Golden Gun, The Spy who Loved Me, Moonraker, For Your Eyes Only, Octopussy, A View to a Kill,The Living Daylights,  Licence To Kill,Goldeneye, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World Is Not Enough, Die Another Day, Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace

Quote: "The name is Bond, James Bond" "Martini, shaken not stirred"
Best Movie: Thunderball,Goldfinger, Dr. No
Worst Movie: A View to a Kill, Licence To Kill

At Number 2: Indiana Jones

Played by: Harrison Ford
Movies: Raiders of the Lost Ark, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
Quote: "I've got a bad feeling about this."
Best Movie: Raiders of the Lost Ark
Worst Movie: Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

At Number 1: Han Solo
Played by: Harrison Ford
Movies: Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
Quote: :"Han Solo. I'm captain of the Millennium Falcon. Chewie here tells me you're looking for passage to the Alderaan system."
"Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid."
"Get in there you big furry oaf, I don't care what you smell!"
"I've got a bad feeling about this."
"Great, kid; don't get cocky."nd I thought they smelled bad…on the outside."

"Laugh it up, fuzzball."
"Who's scruffy looking?"
"Never tell me the odds!
Best Movie: Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back

Han Solo is the MAN!!

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