Because you like C.C. Baxter in The Apartment
Scar is sneaky, snarky, and always striving for more power. See them in The Lion King.
Miles Morales was bitten by a radioactive spider, put on the webbed spandex, and beat up his first bad guy before his voice changed. See them in Spider-Man Into the Spiderverse.
Andy Dwyer might not be completely literate, but he makes up for it in spirit. See them in Parks and Recreation.
Aimee Finecky has big dreams, but she's too busy taking care of everyone else's desires. See them in The Spectacular Now.
Juliet Capulet falls head over heels for her rival family's resident sweet talker, Romeo. See them in Romeo & Juliet.
From arguing for democracy in the Galactic Senate to pursuing a forbidden romance, Padme Amidala handles danger gracefully. See them in Star Wars Series.
Eddie Brock is a big-hearted investigative journalist who is going through the world's weirdest identity crisis. See them in Venom.
Sarcastic and always complaining, C3PO is a droid that despite his quirks you always want by your side. See them in Star Wars Series.
Edmund Pevensie isn't a bad person, but he did sell his siblings out for a tin of Turkish Delight. See them in The Chronicles of Narnia.
Jamal Malik came from humble beginnings in an Indian slub filled with street gangs, but he is destined for bigger things. See them in Slumdog Millionaire.
John Locke is an eerily calm, confident believer in the magic of the island that gave him his legs back. See them in Lost.
Beloved by all, Lucy is the most corageous Pevensie. See them in The Chronicles of Narnia.