Because you like Roger Kint in The Usual Suspects
Mr. Blonde is the undisputed leader of his pack of suited-up outlaws, with a stoic and serious demeanor, and a penchant for bloodshed. See them in Reservoir Dogs.
Jackie Brown is not your everyday flight attendant. See them in Jackie Brown.
Marge Gunderson embodies the very best of the American Midwest. She's kind, friendly, and fiercely honest. See them in Fargo.
Beware! Anton Chigurh carries a coin with him, which he forces his victims to flip to decide whether they will live or die. See them in No Country for Old Men.
Tony Mendez is quietly determined and creatively resourceful. See them in Argo.
Charismatic, sociopathic, and dramatic, Charlie Bronson wants nothing more than to be famous. See them in Bronson.
Just call Jeff Lebowski The Dude. Or His Dudeness, Duder, or El Duderino if you're not into that whole brevity thing. See them in The Big Lebowski.
Hans Landa doesn't seem to have issues with Jews, but he hunts them because he's determined to do his job well. See them in Inglourious Basterds.
Major Marquis Warren is a talkative, sharp-eyed, and cold-hearted Civil War soldier-turned-bounty hunter. See them in The Hateful Eight.
Terence Fletcher is a brutal and unflinchingly strict music teacher hell-bent on whipping his students into shape. See them in Whiplash.
Loyal to his family and associates and distrustful of anyone else, Tony Soprano is a good guy to have on your side. See them in The Sopranos.
A master manipulator, Frank Underwood has a tight grip on Washington DC. Plus who doesn't like having a leader who frequently tosses off Shakespearean asides? See them in House of Cards.