Because you like Neil McCormick in Mysterious Skin
Jack Twist is a playful free-spirit, but he isn't afraid to fight for what he wants. See them in Brokeback Mountain.
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.
Cynical, judgmental, and hipper-than-thou, Enid Coleslaw wears her outsider status like a badge of honor. See them in Ghost World.
Talking to a stranger on a train is the best decision Jesse Wallace ever made. See them in Before Sunrise.
Kim Kelly is a high school bully who's normally in a bad mood. But there's a softer side to her. See them in Freaks and Geeks.
Tom Hansen is a full-fledged romantic impatiently waiting for his love story. See them in (500) Days of Summer.
Gordie Lachance never had any friends later on like the ones he had when I was twelve. See them in Stand By Me.
Oliver Tate is extremely articulate but hopelessly awkward. That's not a recipe for teenage happiness. See them in Submarine.
A believer in the philosophy of Nietzsche, Dwayne Hoover has taken a vow of silence until he becomes a test pilot for the Air Force. See them in Little Miss Sunshine.
A hurricane of a human being, Marla Singer is destructive and unforgettable. See them in Fight Club.
Kevin Khatchadourian is a disturbed, affect-less teen on a dark path. See them in We Need to Talk About Kevin.
Max Fischer is the President of every club who's fighting to save Latin at his school and kiss his teacher. See them in Rushmore.