Mark: I used to know this girl who had a dozen guys. One of them found out about it, beat her up so bad she wound up in a hospital on Guerrero Street.
RiffTrax: Seriously, she's in a coma
Johnny: I'll do anything for you Lisa
Rifftrax: Wait, so he's a human being?
"In his enraged state, he's able to lift the 65-pound CRT TV as if it were a hollow prop of some sort!"
[As Lisa, Mark and Denny cry over Johnny's bloody corpse]
The fact Freddy is always making jokes about your pain and suffering, actually makes him that much SCARIER. The fact he's loving every moment of this, can basically GUARANTEE that he will give no mercy of any kind.
I feel the remake missed to realize that.
But I don't HATE the remake. It's pretty good actually.
And I don't HATE Earl Haley's performance.
It's INSANELY hard to be the next Robert England, but he tried. He really did. And I respect him in the end.
#1: HOMER SIMPSON:
I know. I know. He abuses Bart, drinks too much, and is a horrible role model.. But he DOSE love his family.
He often berates Bart, but the two commonly share adventures and are sometimes allies; some episodes, particularly in later seasons, show that the pair have a strange respect for each other's cunning. Homer and Lisa have opposite personalities and he usually overlooks Lisa's talents, but when made aware of his neglect, does everything he can to help her. While Homer's thoughtless antics often upset his family, he has also revealed himself to be a caring...
#1: TONY PRINCE:
Luis Lopez's homosexual boss in GTA 4.
But what I love about Tony. Is he's just as tough as anyone else. He isn't a gay stereotype, dancing around with high toned voice, and a low intelligence.
The closest Tony gets to being like this, is in CHINESSE TAKEOUT, cause he wasn't yet use to gunfights, and is cowering in the corner.