Most Popular Characters

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Hit-Girl
842

Foul mouthed and disturbingly comfortable with violence, Hit-Girl is a precocious assassin who doesn't need anyone's protection. See her in Kick-Ass.

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Ethan Hunt
828

Ethan Hunt's mission, should he chose to accept it, is to save the world from impossible threats. See him in Mission: Impossible.

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Jules Winnfield
826

A no-nonsense hitman with a taste for good burgers and divine justice, Jules Winnfield will go to great lengths to please his boss. See him in Pulp Fiction.

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V
825

V is a violent anarchist with literally nothing left to lose. But, he might have a point. See him in V for Vendetta.

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Ender Wiggin
813

The brilliant and well-adjusted Ender Wiggin is being groomed for the next generation of military leaders to fight alien invaders. See him in Ender's Game.

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Optimus Prime
804

Optimus Prime is a shapeshifting sentient robot leading a team of robots to stop evil from taking over. See him in Transformers.

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Romeo Montague
780

In love with a daughter of his family's sworn enemies, Romeo Montague must find a way to reconcile his conflicting desires. See him in Romeo & Juliet.

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Ron Burgundy
776

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 him in Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy.

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Jack Torrance
771

If Jack Torrance is one of his moods, you'll be the unlucky victim of the most bone-chilling, sinister yellers around. Bring your own axe. See him in The Shining.

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Frances Houseman
770

When it comes to dancing and life, nobody puts Frances Houseman in the corner. See her in Dirty Dancing.

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Ashitaka
767

Wise beyond his years, Ashitaka is a dutiful young prince who respects the balance of life. See him in Princess Mononoke.

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Harry Hart
766

A debonair spy, Harry Hart is the epitome of a gentleman, even when he calmly takes down multiple men with a militarized umbrella. See him in Kingsman: The Secret Service.

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Trinity
766

A daring hacker, Trinity is one of the few rebels who escaped the Matrix, a simulation in which most of humanity is enslaved. See her in The Matrix.

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Tiffany Maxwell
754

Tiffany Maxwell wishes people would stop reminding her about her dead husband. See her in Silver Linings Playbook.

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Miranda Priestly
742

Adored, honored, and, most of all, feared, Miranda Priestly has the fashion industry in the palm of her hand. See her in The Devil Wears Prada.

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Mike Lane
736

Mike Lane is magnetic, beefy, and street-smart, but how long can he keep up with the red-light scene? See him in Magic Mike.

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Babydoll
736

They say Babydoll has lost her mind. But why does it seem like she's the only sane one in her institution? See her in Sucker Punch.

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Carrie White
733

Years of constant assault by mean classmates, rude teachers, and her abusive mother is making Carrie White want to fight back. See her in Carrie.

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Norman Osborn / Green Goblin
733

An ambitious man of science, Norman Osborn has become green with envy over Spider-Man's powers. See him in Spider-Man Series.

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Amelie Poulain
727

Quirky and wildly imaginative, Amelie finds joy in the unnoticed things in life and aspires to bring happiness to all. See her in Amelie.

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Harley Quinn
723

Gotham's unhinged Clown Princess of Crime will call you puddin', then punch you in the face. See her in Suicide Squad.

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Arthur Dent
720

Arthur Dent is an incredibly normal man on an incredibly abnormal adventure. See him in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

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Mia Wallace
718

A fun-loving gangster's wife, Mia Wallace is finding that fun can go too far. See her in Pulp Fiction.

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John McClane
718

Yippee-ki-yay! John McClane doesn't go down without a fight. See him in Die Hard.