Because you like C. Carwood Lipton in Band of Brothers
Cooper says he used to look up at the sky and wonder at our place in the stars, but now he looks down and worry about our place in the dirt. See them in Interstellar.
Saul Goodman can get just about any lying crook off the hook in court. Well, as long as he can make a buck out of it. See them in Breaking Bad.
Xena's a warrior on a redemptive quest who excels in extreme sports and uses a whip to block axes in mid-air. See them in Xena Warrior Princess.
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.
Although Mako Mori may be small and quiet, she is a core of battle-hardened steel. See them in Pacific Rim.
An intriguing bundle of contradictions, Sawyer Ford trusts no one on the island, and no one should trust him. See them in Lost.
He's a get rich or die tryin' kind of raccoon. See them in Guardians of the Galaxy.
Francis Freeman may be impervious to pain, but he sure knows how to inflict it. See them in Deadpool.
Meticulous Arthur is always prepared, but he may not be ready to be the point man in the criminal world of dream sharing. See them in Inception.
Lois Lane's journalistic success is the result of her tenacity. She will doggedly pursue her leads until discovering the information she needs. See them in Man of Steel.
Newt Scamander is more comfortable with animals than people, even if the animals are super-dangerous magical creatures. See them in Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them.
Artemis Fowl understands the way of the world. If he wins, he's a prodigy. If he loses, then he's crazy. That is how history is written. See them in Artemis Fowl.