Because you like Anger in Inside Out
Talos is a mysterious military commander skilled in the art of deception. See them in Captain Marvel.
Charlie Bucket may be down-on-his-luck, but his spirits are always sky high. See them in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Marge Simpson is a mostly happy housewife and subscriber to Sponge and Vacuum Magazine. See them in The Simpsons.
The Grinch's heart is just too small to appreciate Christmas. See them in Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas.
A scary monster on the outside, James P. Sullivan is really a softie on the inside. See them in Monsters, Inc..
Donkey is proof that if you're annoying enough you can change the world; he's the reason that his friend Shrek does, well, anything. See them in Shrek.
Count Olaf is a traveling actor, except he can't act and his homicidal tendencies make finding work pretty difficult. See them in Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events.
This master marksman may be a villain, but Deadshot's motives aren't quite as selfish as they seem. See them in Suicide Squad.
Troy Bolton is a triple threat: singing, dancing, and basketball. See them in High School Musical.
Ultron is security software turned evil mastermind. See them in Marvel's The Avengers.
Kesuke Miyagi is a karate expert who thinks the best way a scrawny high schooler can learn how to defend himself is by washing every surface in sight. See them in The Karate Kid.
Billy Batson is a troublemaking teen grappling with a pretty weird superhero identity crisis See them in Shazam.