Because you like Dorian Gray in Dorian Gray
Larger than life and wealthy beyond measure, Willy Wonka is more than a titan in the sweets industry; he is an arbiter of taste. See them in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
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.
A no-nonsense hitman with a taste for good burgers and divine justice, Jules Winnfield will go to great lengths to please his boss. See them in Pulp Fiction.
It’s usually the good-looking, charismatic, play-by-their-own-rules types that get everyone into trouble, and Tyler Durden is Exhibit A. See them in Fight Club.
David Wooderson has clocked in hundreds of hours cruising around town looking for fun. See them in Dazed and Confused.
On the football field, Tim Riggins has it together. But off the field, he sports bloodshot eyes and broken hearts. See them in Friday Night Lights (TV).
Django was once a slave. Now that he has a taste of freedom, he understandably wants a full meal. See them in Django Unchained.
Stuck somewhere between life and death, Talion is motivated by one thing only: vengeance. See them in Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor.
Susan Caraway joyfully dances to the beat of her own drum. See them in Stargirl .
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.
As a monster-hunter cursed with supernatural abilities, Geralt of Rivia is a cynic burdened by scruples in an unscrupulous world. See them in The Witcher.
David Nolan is a noble fairy tale prince with the heart of a hero, regardless of whether he can remember his past or not. See them in Once Upon a Time.