While some people simply enjoy watching them, others have them on their bodies forever. In fact, many tattoo designs are inspired from well-known films, such as the ones listed below.
1. Yoda from Star Wars
Considering the fact that Star Wars is one of the most popular movies ever made, it should come as no surprise that a lot of Yoda tattoos exist. As you might imagine, there are also many of Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, Princess Laya, and R2D2.
Yoda from Star Wars
2. Johnny Depp from Pirates Of The Caribbean
If you are a fan of Johnny Depp or Pirates Of The Caribbean, then this tattoo design should certainly be of interest.
Johnny Depp from Pirates Of The Caribbean
3. Arnold Schwarzenegger from Terminator
Certainly one of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s biggest roles ever, the robot from Terminator!
Arnold Schwarzenegger from Terminator
4. The Cat from Alice In Wonderland
If you have seen Alice In Wonderland (which most people have), then you most likely remember this funny, witty, and goofy Cat.
The Cat from Alice In Wonderland
5. This Michael Meyers Halloween Tattoo
An all-time favorite amongst horror buffs, and a great tattoo as well.
Michael Meyers Halloween Tattoo
6. Dobby from Harry Potter
Harry Potter was a huge hit with book-worms, and was also one of the best movie series’ ever made. Though this specific tattoo is not of Harry Potter himself, it is still a great choice – many loved Dobby.
Dobby from Harry Potter
7. Will Ferrell as Ron Burgundy from Anchorman
One of Will Ferrell’s funniest, and most remembered movie characters, hence why so many people have tattoos of him.
Will Ferrell as Ron Burgundy from Anchorman
8. The Creepy Girl from The Exorcist
Since The Exorcist is (without question) one of the most famed horror movies of all time, even those who don’t enjoy the horror genre know who this girl is.
The Creepy Girl from The Exorcist
9. Jason from Friday The 13th
Fun fact – Jason tattoos are so popular, that certain shops advertise them free of charge every Friday the 13th.
Jason from Friday The 13th
10. Jack Nicholson from The Shining
From the most popular scene in the whole movie. Heere’s Johnny!
Jack Nicholson from The Shining
11. Samuel L. Jackson from Pulp Fiction
Pulp Fiction is highly regarded as one of the greatest films ever made, and Samuel L. Jackson was one of the main characters in the movie, alongside John Travolta.
Samuel L. Jackson from Pulp Fiction
12. Leonardo DiCaprio from Wolf Of Wall Street
Even though it came out just a few years ago, many people now have Wolf Of Wall Street tattoos.
Leonardo DiCaprio from Wolf Of Wall Street
13. The Spartan from 300
The spartan from 300 also makes for a great tattoo, especially for war movie fans.
The Spartan from 300
14. Harley Quinn from Suicide Squad
Harley Quinn from the recent, yet still very well-known movie “Suicide Squad”.
Harley Quinn from Suicide Squad
15. The Dummy from Dead Silence
Since the movie Dead Silence is not incredibly popular, nor do many people consider it to be that great, it is actually rather surprising that there are so many tattoos of this guy.
However, the tattoo itself still looks good.
The Dummy from Dead Silence
16. Adam Sandler from Happy Gilmore
If you are a fan of Adam Sandler, then you have definitely seen Happy Gilmore.
Adam Sandler from Happy Gilmore
17. This Napoleon Dynamite Tattoo
Chances are, you either loved it or hated it. The Napoleon Dynamite movie (and tattoo) is usually a real hit or miss with people.
Napoleon Dynamite Tattoo
18. Will Ferrell from Elf
Though it may only be in-season one month out of the year, this tattoo of Buddy Elf is sought out by many.
Will Ferrell from Elf
19. This Batman Tattoo
From the original Batman movie, this symbol is quick and easy for artists to draw out, and certainly makes for a great tattoo.
20. Brennan and Dale from Stepbrothers
Though it was not one of Will Ferrell’s most popular movies, many people love Stepbrothers. If you are one of those people, and you also don’t mind having the faces of Will Ferrell and John C. Riley on your body, then this tattoo would be a great choice.
21. The Clown from The Devil’s Rejects
One of the most beloved characters from The Devil’s Rejects. This movie was the sequel to House Of 1,000 Corpses, and possibly one of Rob Zombie’s best films, making it yet another great movie tattoo choice.
The Clown from The Devil’s Rejects
22. Freddy Krueger from Nightmare On Elm Street
Another horror classic! Hopefully the tattoo doesn’t haunt you in your dreams.
Freddy Krueger from Nightmare On Elm Street
23. The Joker from The Dark Knight
Serving as one of 2008’s biggest hits, the Dark Knight has been remembered by (and tattooed on) many, many people, and though he didn’t play batman himself, Heath Ledger was certainly the film’s biggest star.
The Joker from The Dark Knight
24. This “Scream” Tattoo
Not only does the mask make for a simple Halloween costume, it makes for a great movie-inspired tattoo as well. Without giving the ending away, this is a great tattoo design of “the killer” from Scream.
25. Hannibal Lecter from Silence Of The Lambs
Hannibal Lecter will certainly go down in history as one of the most feared movie characters in history, and though the sequel wasn’t nearly as well-made, Silence Of The Lambs is still a favorite of many.
Hannibal Lecter from Silence Of The Lambs
While many movies may be forgotten soon after their release date, others are tattooed on people’s bodies, allowing them to live on forever.