|Traahn Wrote:I disagree (RE: no personality). She had a personality; just apparently one you didn't like. I didn't mind her character, and I bought into her acting. Rinzler only follows orders, digitally purrs and does parkour. Yet you were okay with his personality somehow, right?
Not everyone in life (or especially the computer, or in a movie) is or needs to be outgoing, flamboyant, witty, quirky or in the spotlight showing off mad skillz to have a personality, imo.
She has a personality, yes. Everyone
has a personality. I think what Kat was getting at here is that Gem just isn't a very compelling character. She isn't
"outgoing, flamboyant, witty, quirky or in the spotlight showing off mad skillz", which meant there wasn't much apart from her appearance to make her stand out. With Rinzler, there was at least that suggestion of an internal conflict to give him some depth, even if that was given far too little screen time. Gem seemed to exist for no other purpose than to advance the plot - there was nothing to suggest that she had a life outside the frame.
There was definitely room for more character development with Gem, even in the little time they allotted for her. Why was she working for/with Castor, anyway? What did she hope to gain from the arrangement? Just a little dialogue between them to hint at the nature of their relationship would've done wonders for her as a character, IMO. As it was, she came off as little more than set dressing.
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