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Mima Kirigoe
633

When you live your life in public, like Mima Kirigoe, it's hard to know who you really are. See her in Perfect Blue.

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Susanna Kaysen
628

Susanna Kaysen is an aspiring writer, despairing young woman who struggles with suicidal thoughts. See her in Girl, Interrupted.

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Mrs. Lovett
618

Mrs. Lovett is the proud purveyor of the worst, and most grisly, pies in London. See her in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.

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Bridget Jones
617

Bridget Jones is a wanton sex goddess, struggling 30-something, and semi-hot mess. See her in Bridget Jones's Diary.

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Mako Mori
615

Although Mako Mori may be small and quiet, she is a core of battle-hardened steel. See her in Pacific Rim.

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Lolita
614

Lolita is full of drama and out of control. See her in Lolita.

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Christine "Lady Bird" McPherson
612

Lady Bird's heart is in the right place, usually, but even the purest of people can fall sway to the havoc-wreaking traps of senior year. See her in Lady Bird.

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Jason "J.D." Dean
610

Chaos is what killed the dinosaurs, and there's nothing Jason "J.D." Dean loves more than chaos. See him in Heathers.

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William Wallace
608

Vengeance is William Wallace’s game. With his father, brother, and wife killed by the English, he slaughters the garrison and sacks cities. See him in Braveheart.

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Cooper
607

Cooper says he used to look up at the sky and wonder at our place in the stars, but now he looks down and worry about our place in the dirt. See him in Interstellar.

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Jupiter Jones
605

Running away from murderous aliens has turned into an interstellar chase for Jupiter Jones. See her in Jupiter Ascending.

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Nausicaa
599

Empathetic Nausicaa embraces all forms of life, even those that might scare other people. See her in Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind.

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Woody
590

Woody is a selfless leader of Andy's toys who likes change less than a snake in his boots. See him in Toy Story.

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Remy
585

Remy could be a five star Michelin chef, the only problem is that he is quite literally a rat. See him in Ratatouille.

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Angel Dumott Schunard
581

Angel is fighting as best as he can, but the disease might be too powerful for even his strong, positive energy. See him in Rent.

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Summer Finn
572

It turns out the girl of your dreams just might have dreams of her own. See her in (500) Days of Summer.

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Hans Landa
571

Hans Landa doesn't seem to have issues with Jews, but he hunts them because he's determined to do his job well. See him in Inglourious Basterds.

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Voldemort
569

A malevolent dark wizard, Voldemort is so fearsome that he's known primarily as "He Who Must Not Be Named." See him in Harry Potter Series.

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R2-D2
569

R2-D2 has been in the galaxy saving business for decades. Not bad for somebody whose vocabulary is limited to "beep-boop." See him in Star Wars Series.

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Ginny Weasley
568

Innately shy, Ginny Weasley is growing into a feisty, independent spirit. See her in Harry Potter Series.

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Lyra Belacqua
568

Lyra Belacqua is prone to getting in trouble, but she's also clever enough to get out of it. Most of the time. See her in The Golden Compass.

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Alan Turing
567

This mathematical genius doesn't have time for small talk; Alan Turing needs to break Enigma, the Nazi's cipher machine. See him in The Imitation Game.

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Rarity
566

Rarity has been dreaming of the day her designs will dazzle Canterlot. See her in My Little Pony.

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Hawkeye Pierce
565

Hawkeye Pierce is a Devil-may-care Army doc who'd have the Devil laughing and drinking in five minutes flat. See him in M*A*S*H.