Because you like Leeloo in The Fifth Element
Working as a captain in the American Expeditionary Forces and a spy for British Intelligence, Steve Trevor wants to end World War I once and for all. See them in DC Extended Universe.
This master marksman may be a villain, but Deadshot's motives aren't quite as selfish as they seem. See them in DC Extended Universe.
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.
A consummate schemer with a knack for solving mysteries, Shawn Spencer has trouble taking anything seriously. See them in Psych.
Society may reject Felicia, but this bubbly catwoman just wants to spread happiness to others. See them in Darkstalkers .
Andy Dwyer might not be completely literate, but he makes up for it in spirit. See them in Parks and Recreation.
Billy Batson is a troublemaking teen grappling with a pretty weird superhero identity crisis See them in DC Extended Universe.
Peter Venkman's "research" projects are designed to get undergraduate students to sleep with him. Though it turns out he can bust ghosts. See them in Ghostbusters.
Donkey is proof that if you're annoying enough you can change the world; he's the reason that his friend Shrek does, well, anything. See them in Shrek.
Xander Harris' life motto: laugh in the face of danger and then hide until it goes away. See them in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Adelaide's a caring mom who winds up battling herself. See them in Us.
Marge Simpson is a mostly happy housewife and subscriber to Sponge and Vacuum Magazine. See them in The Simpsons.