LOL believe it or not and you will think I'm nuts but I would date Dignan. There is so much good in his heart and he's so lost in some ways. I think I would be good for him and I think he would be fun - if all that enthusiasm was guided in the right direction
I would definitely date Alex Scott too - I love shy guys!! they're so sweet and usually wild in other ways
I would also love to date Rochester (played by Tim Dalton) from Jane Eyre - dark dangerous passionate ooh la la I don't know if he would be a keeper but I think he would be pretty exciting ;D
Post by LegallyLukes on Dec 23, 2003 17:44:08 GMT -5
This is a good question!
I would date Mitch from Old School, Roy O'bannon, and/or Alex Scott (if he consented to wear the blue shirt constantly ), Will Turner from Pirates of the Caribbean (in fact, any character Orlando Bloom ever played ;D ), Aragorn from Lord of the Rings and Christian from Moulin Rouge.
Post by Looney Linn on Jan 7, 2004 11:06:32 GMT -5
If I could date any character, it would probably Prince Henry from Ever After. I just love that movie. He starts out as a spoiled brat, but by the end of the movie he would do anything for love. Its very romantic. ;D
Post by hurltomato on Jan 13, 2004 22:31:25 GMT -5
I have thought very carefully about my response to this one and have used my useless moments today (while on "hold" playing telephone tag with clients) to arrive at the conclusion.
This is a CHARACTER now and not an actor- I would be very happy to date NY cop Charlie Lang from "It Could Happen to You". The guy is generous and sustains a love for simple things. He is loyal to friends and kind to kids. He is honorable, a quality that is priceless due to it's rarity these days. He is brave and willing to take chances for higher principles. He is funny and creative in the ways that he brings happiness to others. He is faithful even when life and wife are hurting him. He is persistent in his pursuit of his own happiness and yet is willing to change his life choices to be the the woman he loves.
I think Charlie is a sterling example of all that people, men or women, can be for each other in a loving relationship- Hollywood created a great one here.
Wow HT, now that really is a guy you would want to date. If you ever find anyone like that in real life, let me know. I have enough trouble trying to find a guy who is willing to pay for the popcorn at the movies.
Some great choices there ladies! Reading your posts has reminded me of one of the great male characters in film - Atticus Finch (played by Gregory Peck) from To Kill a Mockingbird. I saw that movie on the TV when I was pretty young and I remember even then thinking I hope I meet someone like that one day! He might have been my first ever crush ;D
Post by blondangel01 on Jan 15, 2004 21:12:48 GMT -5
umm....i'm not really sure. there's a number of guys. um. it could b Keanu Reeves in Speed. He plays this really good LAPD cop. Or umm.....Peirce Brosnan in Dante's Peak. He was a sweetheart in that movie!! I might hafta agree w/ Pollyanna on that one and say Atticus Finch! Or ummm......who else??? Oh!! Jim Carey in Bruce Almighty at the end of it, cuz he learned a really valuable lesson at the end of that one! Or the really hott guy that plays in What a Girl Wants w/ Amanda Bynes. His name is like Ian or something, I think.
"I think I'd be more of a Han Solo type." "I think I'd be more of a Luke Skywalker type. Wait, you? Han Solo? You'd be more of a Chewabacca type." "Chewy?? Have you ever seen Starwars??"
mmm..interesting question..I think I would date the Stranger (Gerard Butler´s character in Dear Franky), hotness aside, he´s so sweet with the kid and with the mother, and you can apply the never judge a book by its cover saying with his character. if not him, any Mr. Darcy you want, the one from Bridget Jones or the one from Pride and Prejudice. Or Luke´s Ben in "The Family Stone" ;D
Good choice, HH. Ken Hutch definitely would be a fun date!
I swear I had that same set of coffee mugs back in the 70's when they were popular. Also I dated a guy who had a yellow Ford camper/pick-up just like Ken Hutchinson's - I kid you not! Guys' name was Tim, and he worked at the Ford plant in Dearborn, Mich. When I saw that truck in S&H, I just about died.