Once an exhaustive password search begins, the most important factor is password length!
The password doesn't need to have “complex length”, because “simple length” is just as unknown to the attacker and must be searched for, just the same.
“Simple length”, which is easily created by padding an easily memorized password with equally easy to remember (and enter) padding creates unbreakable passwords that are also easy to use.
And note that simple padding also defeats all dictionary lookups, since even the otherwise weak phrase “Password”, once it is padded with additional characters of any sort, will not match a standard password guess of just “Password.”
If you make the result long and memorable, you'll have super-strong passwords that are also easy to use.