Because you like Mark Powell in K-Pax
Keeping your cool is just as useful in the underworld as in war, and Michael Corleone is stone-cold. See them in The Godfather.
An undercover DEA agent, Max Payne is too focused on avenging the past to plan for the future. See them in Max Payne.
The Genie is the perfect buddy, granting every wish we might have and keeping life good-spirited. See them in Aladdin.
Not only will Emmett Brown's time-saving gadgets help you travel with ease, his tinkering on your car will help you get wherever you need to go. Fast. See them in Back to the Future.
Just call Jeff Lebowski The Dude. Or His Dudeness, Duder, or El Duderino if you're not into that whole brevity thing. See them in The Big Lebowski.
A genetic experiment engineered to be the perfect assassin, Agent 47 is cold, professional, and lethal. See them in Hitman.
A powerful mob boss, Vito Corleone is always making offers people can't refuse. See them in The Godfather.
Ron Burgundy is a news anchor who signs off with "Stay classy, San Diego" or whatever his teleprompter says. Bonus: he plays the jazz flute. See them in Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy.
A debonair spy, Harry Hart is the epitome of a gentleman, even when he calmly takes down multiple men with a militarized umbrella. See them in Kingsman: The Secret Service.
The Terminator is an emotionless killing machine who won't stop until he's changed the future. See them in The Terminator.
In his transformation from hardened convict to moral paragon, Jean Valjean is the kind of man we should all aspire to be. See them in Les Miserables.
Indiana Jones is a swashbuckling archeologist who hates snakes, Nazis, and priceless artifacts falling into the wrong hands. See them in Raiders of the Lost Ark.