Because you like Claire Standish in The Breakfast Club
Summer Roberts is privileged and preppy but also surprisingly open-minded and fiercely loyal. See them in The O.C..
Despite being at the bottom of the social hierarchy in school, Eric Effiong is an upbeat student who loves makeup and fashion. See them in Sex Education.
John Wick is a widowed former Navy Seal who becomes a notoriously effective hitman, killing over 124 people with gunshots alone. See them in John Wick.
If the awesome Andie Walsh is from the wrong side of the tracks, we don't want to be right. See them in Pretty in Pink.
Leone Montana is a fearless hitman with a surprisingly sensitive side. See them in Leon: The Professional.
Gilbert Blythe is crushing on a red-haired orphan. See them in Anne With an E.
Jackie Burkhart is a privileged princess with a healthy dose of self-confidence. See them in That '70s Show.
Kayla Day is externally shy, but internally spirited Gucci! See them in Eighth Grade.
Tony Montana makes up for his language barrier with his immense skill at cursing as loud and effectively as humanly possible. See them in Scarface.
Kesuke Miyagi is a karate expert who thinks the best way a scrawny high schooler can learn how to defend himself is by washing every surface in sight. See them in The Karate Kid.
Jesse Aarons' frustration can only find outlet in another world. See them in Bridge to Terabithia.
There isn't a man in the world who executes his job with more finesse than Monsieur Gustave H. See them in The Grand Budapest Hotel.