Because you like Joel Barish in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Self-described as half-Slytherin, half-Ravenclaw, Molly Davidson has a big, demanding personality that doesn’t always leave space for other people’s emotions. See them in Booksmart.
Charlie is a Type A theater director dealing with something out of his control: a painful divorce. See them in Marriage Story.
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.
James Gordon happens to be the one guy in Gotham City with proper morals who doesn't also run around in a cape. See them in DC Extended Universe.
Waylon Smithers would do anything for his boss, and would love to do a few things *to* him. See them in The Simpsons.
Clarice Starling is patiently working with one serial killer to stop another. See them in The Silence of the Lambs.
For now Lindsay Weir is a geek, but who knows? Maybe she fits in better with the freaks. See them in Freaks and Geeks.
Neil Perry is a brilliant student with an artist's soul. And he's desperate to unleash it. See them in Dead Poets Society.
Marge Simpson is a mostly happy housewife and subscriber to Sponge and Vacuum Magazine. See them in The Simpsons.
If the awesome Andie Walsh is from the wrong side of the tracks, we don't want to be right. See them in Pretty in Pink.
Keeping your cool is just as useful in the underworld as in war, and Michael Corleone is stone-cold. See them in The Godfather.
Driven by obsession and anxiety, Monk bravely overcomes, or at least battles, his fears to help the world. See them in Monk.