Because you like Lucy Whitmore in 50 First Dates
Ariel knows there's a whole other world above the sea, but exploring it comes at a big price. See them in The Little Mermaid.
A beacon of positivity with a brilliant legal mind to boot, Elle Woods breaks down stereotypes about what girls can and can't do. See them in Legally Blonde.
Spencer Reid's super-smarts helps catch killers, and his social awkwardness endears co-workers. See them in Criminal Minds.
Peter Pan is a boy who never grew up. See them in Peter Pan.
Belle has ready every storybook in town, and she's slowly realizing that life is no fairytale. See them in Beauty and the Beast.
As a scaring Assistant, Mike Wazowski frightens children to collect their screams to be used as a power supply for the city. See them in Monsters, Inc..
WALL-E is a quirky little romantic robot cleaning the wasteland known as Earth. See them in WALL-E.
A fourth grader without a moral compass, Eric Cartman lives on KFC, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, and Cheesy Poofs. See them in South Park.
Arthur Dent is an incredibly normal man on an incredibly abnormal adventure. See them in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
Gollum is slimy and seething with hatred, the last person you would want to meet in a dark cave. See them in The Lord of the Rings.
Growing up isn't easy: Chihiro's parents turned into pigs, she's enslaved at a bathhouse for demons, and oh yeah, she's fading from existence. See them in Spirited Away.
Wolverine is a hot-blooded Canadian with an adamantium skeleton who's the best at what he does. See them in X-Men Series.