Because you like Joel Barish in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
The biggest nerd in high school, Bill Haverchuck is the biggest target for bullies. See them in Freaks and Geeks.
Tom Hansen is a full-fledged romantic impatiently waiting for his love story. See them in (500) Days of Summer.
Evan is a sensible kid, but being sensible isn't going to help him lose his virginity. See them in Superbad.
Warm and caring, Kitty Forman acts like a mom towards all of her kids' friends. See them in That '70s Show.
In the simplest terms, in the most convenient definitions, people consider Brian a nerd. But he's more than that. See them in The Breakfast Club.
Oliver Tate is extremely articulate but hopelessly awkward. That's not a recipe for teenage happiness. See them in Submarine.
Jesse Aarons' frustration can only find outlet in another world. See them in Bridge to Terabithia.
A soulful bass player, Nick O'Leary can't stop sending breakup CDs to his ex. See them in Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist.
Charlotte is ready to embrace connection in a strange place. See them in Lost in Translation.
Kim Kelly is a high school bully who's normally in a bad mood. But there's a softer side to her. See them in Freaks and Geeks.
Introspective Theodore Twombly would rather observe life than participate in it. See them in Her.
When he’s not working at the banana stand or awkwardly hitting on his cousin, George Michael tries his best to appease his father. See them in Arrested Development.