The best thing about the Reel Infatuation Blogathon, besides gushing about film characters, is exploring a love of movies. Many of the characters we love are in films we love, and it’s a pleasure to discover which characters (and movies) people are passionate about.
Today’s entries are wonderful. They explore characters and character – the noble qualities in a person. We think you’ll enjoy them immensely.
Bloggers: If we missed your post today, we’ll include you in tomorrow’s recap.
Words Seem out of Place
Thirty Years of Loving Michelle Pfeiffer as Susie Diamond
A Person in the Dark
Biff Grimes: Character Crush ‘Cause Character Counts
Fading, but not Forgotten
The One-Handed Wolf Who Digs La Boheme: Why I love Ronny Cammareri
Daisy, Daisy The Great Gatsby’s Going Crazy, All for the Love of You
The Story Enthusiast
Melanie Wilkes of Gone With the Wind (1939)
I Found it at the Movies
Reel Infatuation with De Niro and Grodin in Midnight Run (1988)
Audie Murphy as Tom Destry, 1954
His Fame Still Lives
Floreal Rameau (inspiration for Rudolph Valentino’s character)
in A Sainted Devil (1924)
Join us tomorrow for Day 2!