Because you like Basil Hallward in Dorian Gray
Oliver Tate is extremely articulate but hopelessly awkward. That's not a recipe for teenage happiness. See them in Submarine.
It's impossible to say whether Winifred Burkle is cuter than she is smart, or vice versa. See them in Angel.
Vincent Vega likes a good steak, a cheap milkshake, and killing a target without anything going wrong. See them in Pulp Fiction.
It's hard enough for Marta Cabrera to be part of a murder investigation, but when you can't lie? See them in Knives Out.
Dewey Finn will rock you. He feels rock and roll in his blood and guts. See them in School of Rock.
Arwen has to choose between a life of loneliness or love and inevitible death, both rather unfortunate options. See them in The Lord of the Rings.
Dallas Winston is headed down a dangerous, criminal road. See them in The Outsiders.
Effie Trinket is utterly enamored with all things fashion, make-up, and style. See them in The Hunger Games .
Brian Griffin is the most scholarly member of the family—when he's not drunk on martinis. See them in Family Guy.
Catherine Linton was once spontaneous and rowdy but ever since marrying the wealthy Edgar, she has morphed into a boiling pot of emotional outbursts. See them in Wuthering Heights.
A brilliant intelligence officer, Eve Polastri seems more like Bridget Jones than James Bond. See them in Killing Eve.
Marie Antoinette may be a fun-loving queen who has it all, but her husband doesn't know how to have sex, and an angry mob wants to cut off her head. See them in Marie Antoinette.