Because you like Violet Baudelaire in Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
Leslie Burke is bold, courageous, and imaginative enough to create a world from scratch. See them in Bridge to Terabithia.
Li Shang will make a man out of you—even if you're a girl. See them in Mulan.
Polite and clever, Annie James is not afraid to stir up a little mischief. See them in The Parent Trap.
Peter Pevensie shows as much courage as a child king as he did under The Blitz of London. See them in The Chronicles of Narnia.
Susan Pevensie is sensible, practical, and fiercely protective of those she loves. See them in The Chronicles of Narnia.
Wendy Darling loves storytelling and flying. See them in Peter Pan.
Aslan represents everything good and just, he's just not super reliable. See them in The Chronicles of Narnia.
Disgust is a friend who makes sure you stay away from all things gross. See them in Inside Out.
D.J. Tanner is a rebellious teen who wishes her lame dad would butt out of her personal life. See them in Full House.
Christine Daae has been secretely taking lessons from a phantom musician. It sounded less creepy in her head. See them in The Phantom of the Opera.
It's a mad, mad world, but Alice has a surprisingly level head as goes her own way down the rabbit hole. See them in Alice in Wonderland.
Dorothy Gale is a down-home Kansas girl in a bizarre fantasy land with beautiful red shoes. See them in The Wizard of Oz.