Because you like Boyd Crowder in Justified
Bob Parr is an ex-superhero now focused on being a dad, but he misses the action. See them in The Incredibles.
Kesuke Miyagi is a karate expert who thinks the best way a scrawny high schooler can learn how to defend himself is by washing every surface in sight. See them in The Karate Kid.
Kilgrave is a domineering, abusive boyfriend. Then, add in the power of mind control. See them in Marvel Cinematic Universe.
A kind, sensitive medical intern doing the best he can, George O'Malley sometimes struggles to keep up. See them in Grey's Anatomy.
Alien insists on taking the party with him wherever he goes. And if you're lucky, you'll get to see his gun collection. See them in Spring Breakers.
Liu Kang spends his days training his body and spirit, seeking to become the ultimate warrior. See them in Mortal Kombat.
Success for Eggsy Unwin means joining Kingsman, and failure could mean death. See them in Kingsman: The Secret Service.
If Lisbeth Salander can hurt a bastard who deserves it by digging up stuff about him, she feels good. See them in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
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.
George Costanza is short, stocky, bald, neurotic, and the self-proclaimed "king of the idiots." See them in Seinfeld.
David Nolan is a noble fairy tale prince with the heart of a hero, regardless of whether he can remember his past or not. See them in Once Upon a Time.
A suave proprietor of an upscale nightclub and gambling den, Rick Blaine is dealing with World War II and a broken heart. See them in Casablanca.