Because you like Bowser in Super Mario Bros.
Both a noble district attorney and a psychopathic villain, Harvey Dent proves some men really can have it all. See them in DC Extended Universe.
His nickname of 'Zero' says a lot about what other people think of him, but he's finally standing up for himself. See them in Holes.
Call her. Beep her. If anyone's in trouble, Kim Possible is there. See them in Kim Possible.
Jessica Rabbit isn't bad. She's just drawn that way. See them in Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
Jack Skellington is a nightmare-man with a soft heart and smooth voice. See them in The Nightmare Before Christmas.
White Witch's heart is as frozen as the land she rules. See them in The Chronicles of Narnia.
Angela Martin is uptight and puritanical, outside of the affair she's having with a co-worker. See them in The Office.
The self-described "ghost with the most" knows the ins-and-outs of specter life like no other. Just ask him. See them in Beetlejuice.
Born and raised in the darkness, Bane is determined to have the city totally under his control so that he can demolish it. See them in DC Extended Universe.
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.
With his good looks and magnetic personality, Will Smith seems destined to be a Hollywood megastar. See them in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
Andy Bernard is a preppy Cornell grad who's very likely to break into an acapella performance. See them in The Office.