Belkira the Tulip wrote:
And I guess I'm one of the few chicks who thought that the main character in Zombieland was really cute.
I thought she was pretty cute as well. Oh wait, you mean the guy?
I'm kidding (Ari, read this), I sort of liked him as well. You can't help it because each character is the definition of certain character traits, exaggerated and isolated for effect. They're so stereotypical, you're bound to connect with something in either of them.
Woody Harrelson is the superhero butch guy who kicks *** and drinks copious amounts of JD while doing so. Jesse Eisenberg is the nerdy, awkward guy who can't get with the ladies. Emma Stone plays the babe and Abigail Breslin plays the independent kid who invokes protective feelings and stuff.
I came to like each character for different things. Woody for his ***-kicking abilities, Jesse for his practical approach to things, Emma for her beauty and Abigail for her independence and willingness to learn. I'm sure others connect differently, depending on age and gender and such.
Cue some random OOT'er with 'I didn't connect with any of them, you ***'. Edited, Apr 26th 2010 7:46am by Mazra