Because you like Vivian Ward in Pretty Woman
A doting grandfather, Edwin Hoover also has a heroin addiction and a penchant for swearing. See them in Little Miss Sunshine.
Terence Fletcher is a brutal and unflinchingly strict music teacher hell-bent on whipping his students into shape. See them in Whiplash.
Anna Karenina doesn't want to be a respectable woman any more. She thinks respect was invented to cover the empty place where love should be. See them in Anna Karenina.
Quiet and brooding, Ennis Del Mar keeps his true passions close to the chest. See them in Brokeback Mountain.
Free-spirited Annie Hall goes through life saying "La-di-da, la-di-da, la la." See them in Annie Hall.
Southern belle Scarlett O'Hara is a heart-melter who has no problem looking after herself. See them in Gone with the Wind.
The black sheep of his family, Rhett Butler grew up to have charm and to see things as they are. He just doesn't give a damn anymore. See them in Gone with the Wind.
Noah Calhoun is lost without Allie, who seems to have moved on. See them in The Notebook.
Tyler Gage is going to have to step up soon on the dance floor. Otherwise, it's back to janitorial work. See them in Step Up.
Lying is the most fun a girl like Alice can have without taking her clothes off. See them in Closer.
This is not a democracy. According to Torrance Shipman, it's a "cheerocracy." See them in Bring It On.
Calling Alicia Florrick a "good wife" is damning this smart, capable, thoughtful woman with too-faint praise. See them in The Good Wife.