Because you like Kayla Day in Eighth Grade
Timid and a bit insecure, Amy Antsler has big dreams of activism and meeting new people. She's learning it's easier said than done. See them in Booksmart.
The biggest lesson from this inspiring teacher? Carpe diem. See them in Dead Poets Society.
It's hard enough for Marta Cabrera to be part of a murder investigation, but when you can't lie? See them in Knives Out.
Claire Standish is a popular, perfect princess who's deeper than she seems. See them in The Breakfast Club.
The biggest nerd in high school, Bill Haverchuck is the biggest target for bullies. See them in Freaks and Geeks.
His nickname of 'Zero' says a lot about what other people think of him, but he's finally standing up for himself. See them in Holes.
After having his mind altered after a bad breakup, Joel Barish is not convinced that ignorance is bliss. See them in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
Oliver Tate is extremely articulate but hopelessly awkward. That's not a recipe for teenage happiness. See them in Submarine.
Elio Perlman likes the piano, peaches, and his father's new research assistant a little too much. See them in Call Me by Your Name.
Count Olaf is a traveling actor, except he can't act and his homicidal tendencies make finding work pretty difficult. See them in Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events.
Nadine Franklin likes to wallow in her misery almost as much as she likes to torment her mother. See them in The Edge of Seventeen.
Underneath his preening narcissist exterior, Schmidt is, well, still kind of a preening narcissist. But he has a good heart too. See them in New Girl.