Because you like Jay Gatsby in The Great Gatsby
A champion of chivalry, Don Quixote is dutifully bringing good to the world—even when others think he's out of his mind. See them in Don Quixote.
Peter Pan is a boy who never grew up. See them in Peter Pan.
World domination and Superman's demise are next on Lex Luthor's to-do list. See them in Superman Returns.
Charming and enigmatic, Amy Dunne takes her love for puzzles to a cunning new level. See them in Gone Girl.
Offred wisely keeps her head down even as she hopes for more. Unfortunately, hope is dangerous in Gilead. See them in The Handmaid's Tale.
The Warden of the camp says that digging holes in the desert builds character, but Stanley Yelnats suspects there's more to it. See them in Holes.
Quentin has his whole life mapped out. It might sound boring, but he likes boring. See them in Paper Towns.
Arthur Dent is an incredibly normal man on an incredibly abnormal adventure. See them in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
R is sweet for a zombie. See them in Warm Bodies.
Romantic, impulsive, and captivated by the joys of life, Natasha Rostova is on the messy path of growing up. See them in War and Peace.
More of a sex symbol than a crime-stopper, the original Silk Spectre has now become the ultimate superhero stage mom. See them in Watchmen.
If Jack Torrance is one of his moods, you'll be the unlucky victim of the most bone-chilling, sinister yellers around. Bring your own axe. See them in The Shining.