Because you like Basil Hallward in Dorian Gray
Both a noble district attorney and a psychopathic villain, Harvey Dent proves some men really can have it all. See them in The Dark Knight.
Tom Hansen is a full-fledged romantic impatiently waiting for his love story. See them in (500) Days of Summer.
Rogue's touch is literally deadly, and she's trying to learn from the older mutants how to manager her powers. See them in X-Men Series.
Meg March might yearn for a life of ballgowns and diamond necklaces, but the boy she falls for doesn't have a penny to his name. See them in Little Women.
Simon Spier has long known that he's gay, but he doesn't know how to open up about that – even to his closest friends See them in Love, Simon.
With an abundant supply of alcohol, nice restaurants, and free will, Crowley is a demon who is thoroughly enjoying his time on Earth. See them in Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch.
Charlie Bucket may be down-on-his-luck, but his spirits are always sky high. See them in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Claire Standish is a popular, perfect princess who's deeper than she seems. See them in The Breakfast Club.
A whip-smart NYU professor who is a master of her classroom but less confident in her love life, Rachel Chu comes into her own on a trip to Singapore. See them in Crazy Rich Asians.
If you cross him, Tommy Shelby is the last man you'll ever see. Not too hard on the eyes though. See them in Peaky Blinders.
Cyclops shoots lasers out of his eyes, destroying anything in his line of sight. See them in X-Men Series.
Underneath his preening narcissist exterior, Schmidt is, well, still kind of a preening narcissist. But he has a good heart too. See them in New Girl.