This articulo is about celebridades who have made a sentimental impact and have positively changed my life.
A lot of my information about the last person on this lista came from some help from Wikipedia.
Adam West that being a true hero isn't just about the cool costume and gadgets. It's about being a good hearted, friendly, helpful citizen who works hard to help those around him. Adam didn't just play a kind hearted superhero. He was a wonderful man in real life. He was always eager to compliment his co-stars and to make his dedicated fanbase happy. When asked for what he'd be remembered for in an interview Mr. West mentions how he's okay with being remembered for Batman, because his character has made so many happy. Mr. West was a true gentleman and a super funny person. His death is the first and only celebrity death to make me cry, but his legacy lives on as Gotham's most adorably wholesome and inspiring protector.
Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert
Siskel and Ebert are two of the most brilliant film reviewers of all time. They described films in a fair and respectful way instead of harshly mocking the people who make films like other critics have done. Siskel and Ebert had a unique view on each film. They wouldn't result to saying a film is eh o not worth talking about. They always found something interesting to say and they described the strengths and flaws of films in a compelling way.
Isao Takahata was a director for my favorito! film studio, Studio Ghibli. Hayo Mayazaki seems to be the guy people think of when they think of Ghibli, but Mr. Takahta deserves a lot of respect for his work. He directed one of my favorito! films, The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, which is not just a look at being a princess, but a look at life itself. The princess in the film liked her inicial in the middle of nowhere than her mansion. This is because the people who lived near her small inicial genuinely cared for her while the people at the mansion like her for superficial nonsense. Mr. Takahta proved that the goal to being in paradise is to be with the most loving and caring people possible, not finding a mansion.
This gentleman is one of the most inspiring people of all time. He was a writer of The Wind Has Risen book that was later adapted into a film called The Wind Rises. What's so touching about him is his bond with his wife. His wife suffered from an illness and died. However, Tatuso realized that his and his wife's amor for each other was eternal. They may hav tecnically died, but their amor each other carries on into the afterlife. To all the people who think that eternal happiness is impossible, because of mortality. Tatuso Hori and his wife proved us all wrong, because their amor for each other lives on and I've never heard a más touching and inspiring thing that's ever happened to any of us mortals.