Because you like Hawkeye in Marvel Cinematic Universe
Herion is Mark Renton's favorite drug. He sniffs it, smokes it, swallows it, sticks it up his arse, and injects it into his veins. See them in Trainspotting.
Sydney Novak claims she’s “not special,” but her self-reportedly average life changes quickly once she begins to develop powers she can’t control. See them in I Am Not Okay With This.
For the sake of science, Kurisu Makise will persevere no matter how deep into the dark secrets of the world she finds herself. See them in Steins;Gate.
Kagami Hiiragi keeps her grades up, helps at Takanomiya Shrine, serves as class president, and hangs out with her friends. See them in Lucky Star.
Can you be reckless and still be in control? Neil McCormick hopes so. See them in Mysterious Skin.
The only defense Earth has against alien invaders are giant robots in the hands of pilots like Kaworu. See them in Neon Genesis Evangelion.
Usually the life of the party, Laszlo is now seriously planning the vampiric takeover of the New World. Or at least Staten Island. See them in What We Do In The Shadows.
Susanna Kaysen is an aspiring writer, despairing young woman who struggles with suicidal thoughts. See them in Girl, Interrupted.
Andrew Glouberman is trying to make it through puberty with his sanity intact. See them in Big Mouth.
Lady Bird's heart is in the right place, usually, but even the purest of people can fall sway to the havoc-wreaking traps of senior year. See them in Lady Bird.
Cynical, judgmental, and hipper-than-thou, Enid Coleslaw wears her outsider status like a badge of honor. See them in Ghost World.
You'll never get Alaska Young. And that's the whole point. See them in Looking for Alaska.