Seven deadly sins - The concept of sin is present in a number of religious traditions. The cardinal sins in particular were introduced by the Catholic Church around the 6th century.
Sin in music -
Sin has been a recurring theme in music. An example include Madonna's 'I'm a Sinner.'
Sin in music -
Lady Gaga is also a good example of a pop star who sang about sin, in 'Sinner's Prayer.'
David Fincher's 1995 film 'Seven' revolves around a serial killer who selects his victims based on the seven deadly sins.
Proud people are usually vain. They care too much about their appearance and oftentimes overestimate their looks and talents.
Pride: Harvey Specter -
Harvey Specter is an intelligent and quite charming lawyer, and he uses this to his advantage. The character from 'Suits' (2011–2019) is another good example of pride.
Lust is all about giving in to temptation and the pleasures of the flesh. Fidelity is often difficult for those who indulge in lust.
Lust: Brandon -
Michael Fassbender plays Brandon in 'Shame' (2011). Brandon is a publicist who struggles with sex addiction and occasionally succumbs to temptation.
Gluttony is essentially about overindulging in food and drink. It's about greedily overeating just for the sheer pleasure of it.
Gluttony: Homer Simpson -
When he's not drinking beer, Homer Simpson is always munching on something. This character from 'The Simpsons' is a clear example of gluttony.
The sin of sloth is essentially laziness. Not doing something that needs to be done, just because one doesn't really want to make an effort.
Sloth: Garfield -
Garfield is a perfect example of sloth. This cat loves to watch TV all day and doing as little as possible.
We all get angry, but wrath is a bit different. It's about extreme rage and being vengeful.
Wrath: Beatrix Kiddo -
A good example of wrath is Beatrix Kiddo (Uma Thurman) of the 'Kill Bill' movies. After all, she goes on a quest for revenge and it does get pretty violent.
Coveting, and being resentful of and negative about other people's lives, status, abilities, or situations, is what defines this deadly sin. Here are some envious characters.
Envy: Commodus -
Joaquin Phoenix plays Commodus in 'Gladiator' (2000), who, despite being a Roman emperor, is clearly envious of gladiator Maximus (Russell Crowe).
Greed is all about having a selfish desire and unhealthy attachment to money and material goods, as well as non-material things such as fame and power.
Greed: EdCrane -
The 2001 film 'The Man Who Wasn't There' features a great example of greed. Ed Crane (Billy Bob Thornton) plays a selfish and greedy barber whose blackmailing plan backfires.