• Harry Callahan, <i>Dirty Harry</i> (1971)
    Harry Callahan, Dirty Harry (1971)
    VOTE
    No warrant? No problem! Detective Harry Callahan (Clint Eastwood) has got little time for "police procedure", preferring to administer his beatings, break-ins, and wire-taps whenever he sees fit. As long as those instincts keep paying off and protect SF from maniac killers, the ends justify the means... right?
  • Travis Bickle, <i>Taxi Driver</i> (1976)
    Travis Bickle, Taxi Driver (1976)
    VOTE
    A superhero in his own mind, Bickle (Robert De Niro) is armed, ready, and dangerous to scum of the streets. Now where to begin... pimps or politicians? His motives and mental health may not hold up to scrutiny, but the outraged masses nevertheless love his sheer nerve.
Harry Callahan, <i>Dirty Harry</i> (1971)
Travis Bickle, <i>Taxi Driver</i> (1976)
Tyler Durden, <i>Fight Club</i> (1999)
Alex, <i>A Clockwork Orange</i> (1971)
Captain Jack Sparrow, <i>Pirates of the Caribbean </i>(2003)
Snake Plissken, <i>Escape from New York</i> (1981)
Napoleon, <i>Napoleon Dynamite</i> (2004)
The Dude, <i>The Big Lebowski</i> (1998)
 Clyde Barrow, <i>Bonnie and Clyde</i> (1967)
Michael Corleone, <i>The Godfather</i> (1972)
 Tom Ripley, <i>The Talented Mr. Ripley</i> (1999)
Frank Abignale Jr., <i>Catch Me If You Can</i> (2002)
Ethan Edwards, <i>The Searchers </i>(1956)
Robert Ford, <i>The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford</i> (2007)
Phil Connors, <i>Groundhog Day</i> (1993)
Freddy Benson, <i>Dirty Rotten Scoundrels</i> (1988)
  • Round 1
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