Movies

Chico Marx

Chico Marx is a member of the sibling vaudeville troupe Marx Brothers. Chico played the part of a rural Italian con artist who is uneducated but crafty and charming, sporting shabby clothes and a Tyrolean hat. He’s often partners with Harpo in trying to outfox Groucho.

Sharon Tate from Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

In Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie) is an actress married to director Roman Polanski. She meets a gruesome fate when Charles Manson’s followers break into her Hollywood home.

Audrey Ramirez from Atlantis: The Lost Empire

Audrey Ramirez

In Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Audrey Ramirez is a Puerto Rican teenager who is a tough, resourceful engineer by trade. Among the expedition crew to Atlantis led by Milo Thatch, Audrey is the youngest member.

Andy from Toy Story 4

Andy from Toy Story 4

In the flashbacks at the beginning of Toy Story 4, Andy appears as a kid again, but a few years older. He is seen wearing he’s red cowboy hat, a blue t-shirt with white sleeves and a darker blue border, blue jeans, and black Converse sneakers. Pixar has made some big leaps since the design of Andy in Toy Story 1.

Henry Spencer from Eraserhead

Henry Spencer from Eraserhead

In David Lynch’s debut Eraserhead, Henry Spencer (Jack Nance) is a working man who is left alone to care for his grossly deformed newborn baby in a desolate industrial wasteland. To faithfully repliacate Spencer’s hair, you’ll want to remove Elvis’s muttonchops from the wig.

Groucho Marx

Groucho Marx

Groucho Marx is a member and the third brother of the vaudeville act the Marx Brothers. His distinctive appearance is famed for the round spectacles, thick greasepaint mustache and eyebrows, and ever-present cigar. Groucho is a master of the witty one-liner.

mr plinkett

Mr. Plinkett

Harry S. Plinkett is a senile old man portrayed by Rich Evans and Mike Stoklasa for Redlettermedia, a YouTube film review channel. The character appears in two different continuities. Evans portrays him in Half in the Bag while Stoklasa portrays him (voice only) in Plinkett Reviews. The character achieved massive fame online for his series of reviews for the Star Wars prequels. Evans’ Plinkett is more of a confused and slightly off old man getting his VCR fixed by the Lightning Fast VCR Repair Men while Stoklasa’s is a full on serial killer pervert. Since Stoklasa’s Plinkett never appears on-screen, this guide will be based off of Evans’ version.

lightning fast vcr repairmen

Lightning Fast VCR Repairmen

Half in the Bag is a film review series by YouTube channel RedLetterMedia hosted by Mike Stoklasa and Jay Bauman. The series is unique in its sitcom-like production, with a storyline fueling the reviews. In the series, Mike and Jay play two inept VCR repairmen trying to fix Mr. Plinkett’s VCR player.

Pluto from Us

Pluto from Us

In Us, Pluto is the tethered character for Jason Wilson (Evan Alex). He is Jason’s doppelganger who, along with a red jumpsuit, wears a white mask to hide the extensive burn scars on his face. Jason realizes that Pluto mirrors his movements, and figures out a way to use that to his advantage when Pluto and the rest of his group intrude the Wilson’s home and hold them captive.

Kingpin from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Kingpin from Into the Spider-Verse

In Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, the Kingpin (voiced by Liev Schreiber) is the street name of Wilson Fisk, a crime lord and arch-nemesis of Spider-Man. He is immense in stature, both figuratively and physically, and seems to be made up of pure muscle. For this costume, trawl your local thrift store for the absolute largest black suit and skinniest black necktie that you can find.