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9th Jun '18 4:39:26 PM siberia82
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* ''Film/TheHungerGames'': Peeta's strongest quality is his ability to win over the audience, and even his fellow tributes, with his magnetic personality and lies.



* ''Film/TheHungerGames'': Peeta's strongest quality is his ability to win over the audience, and even his fellow tributes, with his magnetic personality and lies.
9th Jun '18 4:37:10 PM siberia82
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* ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': [[Characters/MCULoki Loki]] effortlessly entertains the guests at one of the Grandmaster's festivities with an anecdote that viewers only hear the tail end of ("There was a wormhole in space and time beneath me. At that moment, I let go"), which elicits chuckles from the partygoers. This scene strongly suggests that it's Loki's silver tongue which allowed him to sweet talk his way into the Grandmaster's good graces and avoid being subjected to the gladiator games; exploiting his charisma to obtain a very high position on Sakaar within a short time period is second nature for a {{Trickster}}. Moreover, Loki is able to convince Korg, a complete stranger, to let him take command of the latter's group of rebels with a simple, "Well, you do seem like you're in desperate need of leadership." Instead of feeling insulted by a random guy who believes he can do a better job, Korg is delighted by Loki's offer.

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* ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': [[Characters/MCULoki Loki]] Loki effortlessly entertains the guests at one of the Grandmaster's festivities with an anecdote that viewers only hear the tail end of ("There was a wormhole in space and time beneath me. At that moment, I let go"), which elicits chuckles from the partygoers. This scene strongly suggests that it's Loki's silver tongue which allowed him to sweet talk his way into the Grandmaster's good graces and avoid being subjected to the gladiator games; exploiting his charisma to obtain a very high position on Sakaar within a short time period is second nature for a {{Trickster}}. Moreover, Loki is able to convince Korg, a complete stranger, to let him take command of the latter's group of rebels with a simple, "Well, you do seem like you're in desperate need of leadership." Instead of feeling insulted by a random guy who believes he can do a better job, Korg is delighted by Loki's offer.
2nd Jun '18 4:33:11 AM jormis29
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* Dirk Benedict is quite famous for his characters that often fall into this trope; his well-known ones being Templeton 'Faceman' Peck in ''Series/TheATeam'' and Lieutenant Starbuck in ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|1978}}''.

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* Dirk Benedict Creator/DirkBenedict is quite famous for his characters that often fall into this trope; his well-known ones being Templeton 'Faceman' Peck in ''Series/TheATeam'' and Lieutenant Starbuck in ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|1978}}''.
5th May '18 12:57:59 PM Darsim
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* The song "Personality" bu LilDicky featuring T-Pain talks about how he devolved this kind of personality because he was not excessively attractive
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18th Apr '18 7:26:43 AM siberia82
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** Han Solo. (Managed to woo the Princess)
** And even more so Han's second-best friend Lando Calrissian. While Han has a rugged charm, Lando goes for the sophisticated route.

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** Han Solo. (Managed Solo managed to woo the Princess)
Princess Leia.
** And even more so is Han's second-best friend Lando Calrissian. While Han has a rugged charm, Lando goes for the sophisticated route.



* Jason Statham's character in ''Film/TheItalianJob2003''.



* The eponymous character in ''Film/DonJuanDemarco'', played by Creator/JohnnyDepp (does anyone detect a pattern here?)
* Frank Abagnale, Jr., in ''Film/CatchMeIfYouCan''.



* Harold Hill ("Please! PROFESSOR Hill") in ''Theatre/TheMusicMan''. He's also a LovableRogue.



* Lawrence Talbot from ''Film/TheWolfman2010''.



* ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': [[Characters/MCULoki Loki]] effortlessly entertains the guests at one of the Grandmaster's festivities with an anecdote that viewers only hear the tail end of ("There was a wormhole in space and time beneath me. At that moment, I let go"), which elicits chuckles from the partygoers. This scene strongly suggests that it's Loki's silver tongue which allowed him to sweet talk his way into the Grandmaster's good graces and avoid being subjected to the gladiator games; exploiting his charisma to obtain a very high position on Sakaar within a short time period is second nature for a {{Trickster}}. Moreover, Loki is able to convince Korg, a complete stranger, to let him take command of the latter's group of rebels with a simple, "Well, you do seem like you're in desperate need of leadership."

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* ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': [[Characters/MCULoki Loki]] effortlessly entertains the guests at one of the Grandmaster's festivities with an anecdote that viewers only hear the tail end of ("There was a wormhole in space and time beneath me. At that moment, I let go"), which elicits chuckles from the partygoers. This scene strongly suggests that it's Loki's silver tongue which allowed him to sweet talk his way into the Grandmaster's good graces and avoid being subjected to the gladiator games; exploiting his charisma to obtain a very high position on Sakaar within a short time period is second nature for a {{Trickster}}. Moreover, Loki is able to convince Korg, a complete stranger, to let him take command of the latter's group of rebels with a simple, "Well, you do seem like you're in desperate need of leadership."" Instead of feeling insulted by a random guy who believes he can do a better job, Korg is delighted by Loki's offer.



* ''Film/BeautyAndTheBeast2017'': Lumière is no less of a charmer than he was in the animated movie.

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* %%* ''Film/BeautyAndTheBeast2017'': Lumière is no less of a charmer than he was in the animated movie.movie.
%%* Jason Statham's character in ''Film/TheItalianJob2003''.
%%* The eponymous character in ''Film/DonJuanDemarco'', played by Creator/JohnnyDepp (does anyone detect a pattern here?)
%%* Frank Abagnale, Jr., in ''Film/CatchMeIfYouCan''.
%%* Harold Hill ("Please! PROFESSOR Hill") in ''Theatre/TheMusicMan''. He's also a LovableRogue.
%%* Lawrence Talbot from ''Film/TheWolfman2010''.
17th Apr '18 2:15:48 PM siberia82
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* ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': [[Characters/MCULoki Loki]] effortlessly entertains the guests at one of the Grandmaster's festivities with an anecdote that viewers only hear the tail end of ("There was a wormhole in space and time beneath me. At that moment, I let go"), which elicits chuckles from the partygoers. This scene strongly suggests that it's Loki's silver tongue which allowed him to sweet talk his way into the Grandmaster's good graces and avoid being subjected to the gladiator games; exploiting his charisma to obtain a very high position on Sakaar within a short time period is second nature for a {{Trickster}}. Moreover, Loki is able to convince Korg to let him take command of the latter's group of rebels with a simple, "Well, you do seem like you're in desperate need of leadership."

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* ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': [[Characters/MCULoki Loki]] effortlessly entertains the guests at one of the Grandmaster's festivities with an anecdote that viewers only hear the tail end of ("There was a wormhole in space and time beneath me. At that moment, I let go"), which elicits chuckles from the partygoers. This scene strongly suggests that it's Loki's silver tongue which allowed him to sweet talk his way into the Grandmaster's good graces and avoid being subjected to the gladiator games; exploiting his charisma to obtain a very high position on Sakaar within a short time period is second nature for a {{Trickster}}. Moreover, Loki is able to convince Korg Korg, a complete stranger, to let him take command of the latter's group of rebels with a simple, "Well, you do seem like you're in desperate need of leadership."
16th Apr '18 9:42:41 PM siberia82
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* ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': [[Characters/MCULoki Loki]] effortlessly entertains the guests at one of the Grandmaster's festivities with an anecdote that viewers only hear the tail end of ("There was a wormhole in space and time beneath me. At that moment, I let go"), which elicits chuckles from the partygoers. This scene strongly suggests that it's Loki's silver tongue which allowed him to sweet talk his way into the Grandmaster's good graces and avoid being subjected to the gladiator games; exploiting his charisma to obtain a very high position on Sakaar within a short time period is second nature for a {{Trickster}}.

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* ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': [[Characters/MCULoki Loki]] effortlessly entertains the guests at one of the Grandmaster's festivities with an anecdote that viewers only hear the tail end of ("There was a wormhole in space and time beneath me. At that moment, I let go"), which elicits chuckles from the partygoers. This scene strongly suggests that it's Loki's silver tongue which allowed him to sweet talk his way into the Grandmaster's good graces and avoid being subjected to the gladiator games; exploiting his charisma to obtain a very high position on Sakaar within a short time period is second nature for a {{Trickster}}. Moreover, Loki is able to convince Korg to let him take command of the latter's group of rebels with a simple, "Well, you do seem like you're in desperate need of leadership."
25th Mar '18 8:51:19 AM siberia82
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* ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': [[Characters/MCULoki Loki]] effortlessly entertains the guests at one of the Grandmaster's festivities with an anecdote that viewers only hear the tail end of ("There was a wormhole in space and time beneath me. At that moment, I let go"), which elicits chuckles from the partygoers. This scene strongly suggests that it's Loki's silver tongue that allowed him to sweet talk his way into the Grandmaster's good graces and avoid being subjected to the gladiator games; exploiting his charisma to obtain a very high position on Sakaar within a short time period is second nature for a {{Trickster}}.

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* ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': [[Characters/MCULoki Loki]] effortlessly entertains the guests at one of the Grandmaster's festivities with an anecdote that viewers only hear the tail end of ("There was a wormhole in space and time beneath me. At that moment, I let go"), which elicits chuckles from the partygoers. This scene strongly suggests that it's Loki's silver tongue that which allowed him to sweet talk his way into the Grandmaster's good graces and avoid being subjected to the gladiator games; exploiting his charisma to obtain a very high position on Sakaar within a short time period is second nature for a {{Trickster}}.
24th Mar '18 8:48:49 PM siberia82
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* ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': [[Characters/MCULoki Loki]] effortlessly entertains the guests at one of the Grandmaster's festivities with an anecdote that viewers only hear the tail end of ("There was a wormhole in space and time beneath me. At that moment, I let go"), which elicits chuckles from the partygoers. This scene strongly suggests that it's Loki's silver tongue that allowed him to sweet talk his way into the Grandmaster's good graces and avoid being subjected to the gladiator games; exploiting his charisma to obtain a very high position on Sakaar within a short time period is second nature for a TricksterGod.

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* ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': [[Characters/MCULoki Loki]] effortlessly entertains the guests at one of the Grandmaster's festivities with an anecdote that viewers only hear the tail end of ("There was a wormhole in space and time beneath me. At that moment, I let go"), which elicits chuckles from the partygoers. This scene strongly suggests that it's Loki's silver tongue that allowed him to sweet talk his way into the Grandmaster's good graces and avoid being subjected to the gladiator games; exploiting his charisma to obtain a very high position on Sakaar within a short time period is second nature for a TricksterGod.{{Trickster}}.
22nd Mar '18 5:35:41 AM mistking666
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* In ''Film/{{Fallen Angel|1945}}'', Eric Stanton is a darker version of this trope, and uses his charm to romance a girl for her fortune.


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* In ''Film/{{Fallen Angel|1945}}'', Eric Stanton is a darker version of this trope, and uses his charm to romance a girl for her fortune.
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