Joe BlackBrad Pitt
so sexy/sweet you'll want to:
hang out in a coffee shop so you can wait for him to tell you how much he really likes you
|I was too young when I first watched Meet Joe Black and still I knew that it was a great romantic film. I recently watched it again and my hypothesis was positive. Joe is the sexiest and sweetest characterization of Death ever. I don't think I've ever wanted to meet Death as much as I did when I knew he would come in the form of Joe Black.|
What I loved about that movie was that it not only had a romantic angle, but it had a love story between an ailing father and his daughter and it had an obscure friendship between Death and the person he was picking up (William Parrish). Joe had the wittiest lines ever. And it was really sweet of him to allow William some more time with his life even if he was already supposed to go. Of course, Joe had an ulterior motive, but even he was as surprised as William to the feelings he had.
He didn't know he could and would eventually experience love. Especially not through the daughter of the man whose life he was going to take. Joe looks sexy in anything too! Even if he was a little dumbfounded to some earthly things, he still managed to look really cute. In fact, despite his inadequacies in some human aspects he definitely knew what to do in other activities, like in the sexual area. He seemed to know his way perfectly.
Susan was one lucky girl. How lucky could she get? She already had a fiance, though he didn't look a tenth as sexy as Joe, she still had someone and then she gets the sweetest admirer. It was totally sweet how Joe finally admitted to her that he did indeed love her. For Death, it was a giant step:
Susan Parrish: Tell me you love me now.
Joe Black: I love you now. I love you always.
Help me! I don't care if it's Death. It's still someone, who looks pretty sexy to me. The lucky girl. Another interesting conversation was wherein Joe and William were talking about Susan. It was like Joe's way of asking permission to have Susan. Really cute how protective William is of his daughter and really sweet just how persistent and sincere Joe is with his intentions.
Joe Black: I don't care Bill. I love her.
William Parrish: How perfect for you - to take whatever you want because it pleases you. That's not love.
Joe Black: Then what is it?
William Parrish: Some aimless infatuation which, for the moment, you feel like indulging - it's missing everything that matters.
Joe Black: Which is what?
William Parrish: Trust, responsibility, taking the weight for your choices and feelings, and spending the rest of your life living up to them. And above all, not hurting the object of your love.
Joe Black: So that's what love is according to William Parrish?
William Parrish: Multiply it by infinity, and take it to the depth of forever, and you will still have barely a glimpse of what I'm talking about.
Joe Black: Those were my words.
William Parrish: They're mine now.
I know what he's talking about, Joe. I'm sure I wouldn't mind, even if it was just aimless infatuation.