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The Top 10 Movie DILFs… according to ChatGPT

We asked ChatGPT to name the top 10 biggest DILFs in cinema. The answers will shock you.

The silver screen has been graced with numerous desirable and captivating characters over the years, many of whom are father figures who not only possess charm and good looks but also demonstrate strength, wisdom, and a caring nature. A subset of these characters has created a unique pop-culture category: DILFs, or Dad I’d Like (to be) Friends with. These are the fathers that are not only devoted to their children but also carry an attractive aura that makes them appealing to the audience. Without further ado, here are the top ten movie DILFs.

10. Steve Trevor (Wonder Woman, 2017)

ChatGPT: Although not a biological father, Steve Trevor’s mentor-like relationship with Diana evokes feelings similar to a father-daughter dynamic. His heroic, compassionate, and selfless character traits combined with his classic good looks make him a true DILF.

Human: Chris Pine is attractive enough for us to forget about the fact that I’m pretty sure Steve Trevor is not a father in this movie.

9. Mufasa (The Lion King, 1994)

ChatGPT: The regal and wise lion king of Pride Rock, Mufasa’s teachings to Simba and his ultimate sacrifice make him a memorable DILF. His powerful voice and majestic presence continue to captivate audiences.

Human: ChatGPT’s first two picks were a non-Dad and a lion. This is supposed to be revolutionizing the world? I’m not worried.

8. Daniel Hillary (Mrs Doubtfire, 1993)

ChatGPT: Daniel Hillard may not be your conventional DILF, but his extreme measures to stay close to his children after a tough divorce, including disguising himself as an elderly British nanny, display a level of dedication and love that is both admirable and endearing.

Human: What could be more attractive than a father who loves his kids? Mufasa, possibly.

7. Atticus Finch (To Kill a Mockingbird, 1962)

ChatGPT: Atticus Finch, with his strong moral compass, wisdom, and unwavering dedication to his children, is an enduring figure of paternal love and integrity. His quiet strength and distinguished demeanor have etched him in the minds of many as an archetypal DILF.

Human: I’ve, ashamedly, never read this book or watched this movie. Is this guy good or bad? He looks like a baddie, if you get me.

6. Chris Gardner (The Pursuit of Happyness, 2006)

ChatGPT: Chris Gardner is a testament to a father’s determination and grit. Struggling with homelessness and financial instability, his dedication to his son and his relentless pursuit of success make him a DILF who exudes strength and resilience.

Human: This feels wildly inappropriate but it’s not wrong.

5. Graham (The Holiday, 2006)

ChatGPT: Graham, the charming single father of two adorable girls, not only captivates the heart of Cameron Diaz’s character but also the audience. His British charm and devotion to his daughters make him a definite DILF.

Human: In this house, we stan Jack Black.

4. Mr Incredible (The Incredibles, 2004)

ChatGPT: Despite the trials of domestic life, Mr. Incredible shows us that he is not just a super dad but also a super DILF. Juggling parenthood, marriage, and a secret superhero life, he still manages to carry a charismatic appeal.

Me: Don’t tell me you wouldn’t.

3. Fredrick Little (Stuart Little, 1999)

ChatGPT: Who can forget the gentle and loving father of the Stuart Little universe? He welcomes a tiny mouse into his human family, proving that true fatherhood goes beyond biological boundaries. His compassionate nature, coupled with his quintessential British charm, makes him an unconventional yet undeniable DILF.

Human: Will you be his “little hey, little ho”?

2. King Triton (The Little Mermaid, 1989)

ChatGPT: The muscular and imposing King Triton, despite his initially stern demeanor, showcases his deep love and caring nature towards his daughter Ariel. He eventually comes around to support her heart’s desire, proving his growth and understanding as a father.

Human: Yes, ChatGPT did clarify the 1989 version – not that it would be aware of the remake, since its data only goes up to 2021. Say it with me, folks: ignoring your daughter’s desire to go up to the human world isn’t sexy.

1. Mr Darcy (Pride and Prejudice, 2005)

ChatGPT: A classic figure of desire and refined masculinity, Mr. Darcy’s serious demeanor, coupled with his dedication to his sister Georgiana, makes him one of the most iconic DILFs in literature-turned-movie history.

Human: ChatGPT has taken the word “Dad” quite metaphorically – though we can let it slide on this ocassion.

Do you agree with ChatGPT’s list of the top ten DILFs in cinema? Let us know in the comments below.

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