Because you like Abbie Mills in Sleepy Hollow
Clary Fray's philosophy: dive into the supernatural underworld first and ask questions later. See them in City of Bones.
Unaware of the fact that he's a toy and made of plastic, Buzz Lightyear is a spaceman on a mission fully of snappy catch phrases. See them in Toy Story.
Bedside manner is for chumps, not the brilliant Dr. Gregory House. See them in House M.D..
An All-American football player, a ping pong star, and a freakishly determined runner, Forrest Gump has a ton of stories to tell. See them in Forrest Gump.
With the ocean breeze behind him and the open seas ahead of him, Jack Dawson feels as if he is king of the world. See them in Titanic.
The star of every school production since kindergarten and the most popular girl of East High, Sharpay Evans usually gets her way. See them in High School Musical.
Tobias "Four" Eaton is only afraid of four things, but you should probably be afraid of him. See them in Divergent.
Charlie Kelmeckis is a wallflower who's starting to blossom into something more. See them in The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
Mikasa Ackerman is a near-perfect soldier who won't break her stone-faced expression whether she's killing foes or protecting loved ones. See them in Attack on Titan.
Hawkeye is most comfortable perched above the action, keeping an eye on everything and using a well-timed arrow to save the day. See them in Marvel's The Avengers.
Bart Simpson is an aspiring juvenile delinquent who doesn't want you to have a cow, man! See them in The Simpsons.
Howl puts the "tortured" in tortured artist. He just wants to be recognized for his work, but no one wants to trust a boy that sorta looks like a bird. See them in Howl's Moving Castle.