Because you like Jay Gatsby in The Great Gatsby
A rugged frontiersman and consummate survivor, Hugh Glass has a relationship with the natural world that is downright spiritual. See them in The Revenant.
Formerly a "sweater-set-wearing, mojito-drinking sorority girl", Paige Collins is now a successful sculptor with slight memory loss. See them in The Vow.
Holly Golightly spends so much time trying to be other people's dream girl, she doesn't really know what kind of girl she actually is. See them in Breakfast at Tiffany's.
Curiosity and compassion aren't always to Jonas' advantage. See them in The Giver.
John Tyree has survived heavy gunfire and aggressive enemy soldiers. But can he handle a girl? See them in Dear John.
Tony Mendez is quietly determined and creatively resourceful. See them in Argo.
Southern belle Scarlett O'Hara is a heart-melter who has no problem looking after herself. See them in Gone with the Wind.
Though seemingly caring and calm, this motel owner has a mysterious streak of intensity. See them in Psycho.
Peter Pan is a boy who never grew up. See them in Peter Pan.
Susie Salmon has a big heart, even though it's not beating anymore. See them in The Lovely Bones.
While Fantine's gentleness has led others to take advantage of her, it ultimately forces her to become stronger. See them in Les Miserables.
Sharply perceptive and stubbornly principled, Jane Eyre might not have a very loud voice, but she knows when and how to use it. See them in Jane Eyre.