Because you like Maurice Moss in The IT Crowd
Juliet Starling is a cheerleader by day, gleefully unhinged zombie killer by night. See them in Lollipop Chainsaw.
Jamal Malik came from humble beginnings in an Indian slub filled with street gangs, but he is destined for bigger things. See them in Slumdog Millionaire.
Self proclaimed, Fat Amy, likes horizontal running and mermaid dancing. Important skills, one could argue. See them in Pitch Perfect.
Belle has ready every storybook in town, and she's slowly realizing that life is no fairytale. See them in Beauty and the Beast.
When the Sorting Hat touched Draco Malfoy's head, it placed him in Slytherin, a house that has turned out more dark wizards than any other. See them in Harry Potter Series.
Tattoos, bad boys, and heroin: Jane Margolis is learning that some vices are more dangerous than others. See them in Breaking Bad.
What Ron Weasley lacks in motivation and book smarts, he makes up for in loyalty and street smarts. See them in Harry Potter Series.
Smart but insecure, Tally Youngblood is torn between what she wants and what her society demands. See them in Uglies.
Regina George is teen royalty. And anything the queen bee says, goes. See them in Mean Girls.
It's certainly easier to get great footage of crimes when you can guarantee they'll happen. See them in Nightcrawler.
This thrill-seeking driver lives by a very particular moral code. He stands by his word and he's loyal to a fault. See them in Drive.
Love Quinn is a trained chef and excellent girlfriend, but she's hiding something dark. And bloody. See them in You.