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  • Mclovin on Random Most Memorable Nerds In Movie History

    (#9) Mclovin

    • Superbad

    Only a legendary nerd would get a fake license from Hawaii when he lives in California, but an unforgettable nerd would do it and choose the name McLovin for it.

    Full of poor fashion choices, lame slang, and endless self-esteem, McLovin rides his unfounded optimism all the way to an intimate encounter with a girl after making friends with police officers and having the adventure of a lifetime. 

  • Hermione Granger on Random Most Memorable Nerds In Movie History

    (#2) Hermione Granger

    • Harry Potter Universe

    A shining example of Hermione Granger's unrepentant nerdiness comes when she takes the time to correct schoolmates and friends Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint) and Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) on the pronunciation of a levitating spell. Her exasperated instruction, "It's leviOsa, not levioSA!” lets readers and movie viewers alike know exactly where Miss Granger stands when it comes to attention to detail and a drive to educate not only herself, but also those around her in the wizarding world.

    Her strengths throughout the series lie in her ability to find and condense, apply, and translate information in order to save herself and her friends from certain doom. Her nerdiness definitely saves the day more than once.

  • Amy (Kaitlyn Dever) And Molly (Beanie Feldstein) From 'Booksmart' on Random Most Memorable Nerds In Movie History

    (#17) Amy (Kaitlyn Dever) And Molly (Beanie Feldstein) From 'Booksmart'

    Amy and Molly spent their high school careers studying to get into good colleges only to discover that the students who partied hard also got into decent schools. This leads to them seeking out a classmate's party to let loose and enjoy all of the things they avoided throughout the last four years.

    Their night turns into strange situation after strange situation, prompting them to rely on their ingenuity to make it to the party.

  • Sherman Klump on Random Most Memorable Nerds In Movie History

    (#13) Sherman Klump

    • The Nutty Professor, Nutty Professor II: The Klumps

    Brainy, overweight, and awkward, Professor Sherman Klump imbibes a weight-loss serum after being humiliated on a date with Carla Purty (Jada Pinkett Smith). He instantly loses 250 pounds and takes on the persona of Buddy Love, a more physically attractive version of himself with a terrible personality.

    After cheating on Carla with multiple women and taking credit for Sherman's serum, Buddy Love hatches a plan to get rid of his alter ego once and for all. However, Sherman emerges victorious and embraces who he is as a person, nerdy impulses and all.

  • Professor Julius Kelp on Random Most Memorable Nerds In Movie History

    (#11) Professor Julius Kelp

    • The Nutty Professor

    Jerry Lewis embodies the stereotype of scientists and nerds with his portrayal of Professor Julius Kelp in 1963's The Nutty Professor. Glasses, a terrible haircut, a bow tie, and teeth in need of braces complete the comedic counterpoint to alter ego Buddy Love, born of a chemical potion meant to make Kelp more attractive to the ladies.

    Painfully aware of the horrible person he becomes as the attractive and outgoing Buddy Love, Kelp eventually chooses to reveal his true identity to his students before running off with love interest Stella Purdy (Stella Stevens). 

  • Michelle Flaherty on Random Most Memorable Nerds In Movie History

    (#5) Michelle Flaherty

    • American Wedding, American Reunion, American Pie, American Pie 2

    Not a single viewer in theaters was properly prepared for the bombshell dropped by Michelle Flaherty in American Pie once she and Jim (Jason Biggs) make their way to prom.

    Shown only as a breathless talker fixated on her time at band camp throughout high school, Michelle is definitely a band nerd with a saucy side. It's that perverted twist on her geek persona that makes her such a memorable part of a flick full of scenes that cannot be unseen.

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Nerds, meaning a person who is addicted to books and unable to understand human accidents. Generally refers to reading dead books, dogmatism, bookish very strong, unsophisticated. Usually refers to can only read the book not to use the book is only a flexible person.

This randomly generated tool collates 17 entries and documents some of the most famous nerd images in movie history. There are Egon Spengler, Hermione Granger, George McFly, Michelle Flaherty, Andy Stitzer, and others who are obsessed with reading, unable to keep up with what’s going on in society, less flexible, and less able to deal with the people around them. Which of the several characters in this tool would you consider nerdier?

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