Because you like William Wallace in Braveheart
Judge Dredd is less a man and more a living manifestation of justice. See them in Dredd.
Liu Kang spends his days training his body and spirit, seeking to become the ultimate warrior. See them in Mortal Kombat.
Although Mako Mori may be small and quiet, she is a core of battle-hardened steel. See them in Pacific Rim.
Whether he’s hacking or dodging a bullet, Neo has a poker face that never drops. And it doesn’t hurt that he’s prophesied to be "The One" to save humanity. See them in The Matrix.
Marv is a brutish but principled thug who'd be right at home on an ancient battlefield. See them in Sin City.
Ron Burgundy is a news anchor who signs off with "Stay classy, San Diego" or whatever his teleprompter says. Bonus: he plays the jazz flute. See them in Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy.
This suave con-man doesn't just want to become rich. Danny Ocean wants to rip off the guy who stole his wife in the biggest Vegas con. See them in Ocean's Eleven.
A brilliant "extractor," Dom Cobb has spent the past few years running from the authorities and his inner demons. See them in Inception.
He may be one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, but War still maintains a strong sense of honor. See them in Darksiders Series.
Crono may not talk, but this time-traveling hero's heart speaks volumes. See them in Chrono Trigger.
Hans Landa doesn't seem to have issues with Jews, but he hunts them because he's determined to do his job well. See them in Inglourious Basterds.
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.