Posted 2 weeks ago
Edited by Sofa, 2 weeks ago.
I never hate on fiction, but i do nitpick because of my inflated sense of selfimportance!
Michael is the "classic" version of douchebag, dresses well, and generally conforms to norms, if only superficially, while an obvious contrived ego masking an insecure personality. Seems like he is conceived from his taste in movies. Although the archetype is not my favorite, i have nothing against the character of michael itself. I think michael is the most credible(as in down to earth, reality is unrealistic in fiction)of the protagonists. But he doesn't make me laugh, his jokes are inline with archetype, stale and predictable. "Liking" is so subjective, i'm unable to settle on fictional characters with just like or dislike.
The other two in comparison can look flatter at glance, but have more flexibility. Trevor is the "dumbster dystopian" version, not a single sh*t is given, plenty are thrown, anything seemingly inline with norms are to be despised, not envied.... And frank? I don't get this guy.... Good driver i reckon. Intentionally flat to enable player projection?