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  • Mal on Random Greatest Characters Who Never Actually Existed

    (#8) Mal

    • Inception

    Why does Mal (Marion Cotillard) continue to sabotage Dom's (Leonardo DiCaprio) plans in Inception? We find out that Dom and Mal used to live in the incredible inception dream world of limbo, a place they could construct any way they wanted with their imagination. The issue for Mal was that she wanted to stay in limbo so badly that she turned it into her reality. In turn, Dom had to trick Mal into believing that her reality was only a dream.

    The audience finds out at the end of the movie that Mal jumped out of a window and died because she thought her reality was truly a dream. Therefore, all the times that the audience would see Mal turn up in Dom's dreamworld and sabotage his mission, she was not real, but a manifestation of Dom's guilt over her suicide.

  • Norman Bates on Random Greatest Characters Who Never Actually Existed

    (#4) Norman Bates

    • Psycho

    If Sigmund Freud had been alive to see Psycho in 1960, the psychoanalyst might have stood up and applauded the film's twist ending. In a movie that is the quintessential example of the power of repressed memory, Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) is a grown man who appears to be totally controlled by his overbearing mother. The evil matriarch murders pretty hotel guest Marion (Janet Leigh) in the shower, just in case her son feels an attraction to her.

    The twist ending is that Norman murdered his mother and her lover years back after discovering the pair in bed together. Not wanting to accept that he killed his own mother, and also aching for his mother's controlling love, Bates dons wig and dress in a game of pretend in order to act out his homicidal fantasies.
  • Delbert Grady on Random Greatest Characters Who Never Actually Existed

    (#7) Delbert Grady

    • The Shining
    To Jack Torrance (Jack Nicholson), Delbert Grady (Philip Stone) at first appears to be a very polite butler at the Overlook Hotel. Of course, as the plot of The Shining moves forward, we eventually discover that Jack is completely mad and that Grady was a former caretaker at the Hotel. Grady ultimately succumbed to his madness and murdered his wife and two daughters. He then shot himself in the head with a shotgun. So that would make Grady a ghost at the Overlook? Or perhaps just a figment of Jack's deluded mind? Either way, Grady is not real and is just another victim of the insanity created by the Overlook.
  • Tyler Durden on Random Greatest Characters Who Never Actually Existed

    (#1) Tyler Durden

    • Fight Club
    Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt) is the plot twist in David Fincher's 1999 rant on the feminization of the American male and the perils of consumerism. In order for The Narrator (Ed Norton) to break away from his boring and aimless life as an insomnia-ridden insurance investigator, he conjures up the coolest, craziest alter ego to ever hit the silver screen. Together, they form what becomes the first fight club and also attempt to erase the world's debt by blowing it all up. That is, until The Narrator realizes that Tyler isn't real but instead a manifestation of his own subconscious.
  • Charles on Random Greatest Characters Who Never Actually Existed

    (#5) Charles

    • A Beautiful Mind
    Charles (Paul Bettany) plays the college roommate and best (well, really only) buddy to John Nash (Russell Crowe) in A Beautiful Mind. Where Nash is introverted and doesn't like most people he meets, the good-looking, fun-loving Charles somehow gets on Nash's good side and acts as someone the brilliant mathematician can actually trust. The big reveal is that Charles doesn't actually exist. The filmmakers use Charles (and a few other characters in the film) as a visual way to depict Nash's schizophrenia.
  • Elvis Presley on Random Greatest Characters Who Never Actually Existed

    (#10) Elvis Presley

    • True Romance
    All Clarence seems to need is a little pep talk from his hero Elvis Presley (Val Kilmer) in the Quentin Tarantino-penned True Romance. Elvis appears to Clarence on sporadic bathroom breaks where he gives him much needed advice, especially after marrying a hooker with a heart of gold named Alabama, and having trouble with her vile pimp Drexl (Gary Oldman). The audience never thinks Elvis is real; we always know that he is figment of Clarence's imagination, a father figure and friend who has his back and reminds him, "I like you Clarence. Always have, always will."

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The random tool generated 11 items, recording 11 fictional hero characters from famous movies and TV shows. Some of the more familiar characters include Tyler Durden, Keyser s öze, Randall Stephens, and Norman Bates.

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