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Rhodey
1107

Rhodes has to trust his conscience to guide him through a political struggle that could change the very shape of modern warfare. See him in Iron Man / The Avengers.

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Rapunzel
1104

Rapunzel's dreams might be even bigger than her hair. See her in Tangled.

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V
1100

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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Neville Longbottom
1089

He may forget his homework, lose his toad, and fall off brooms, but Neville Longbottom can also single-handedly destroy villains. See him in Harry Potter Series.

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Mia Wallace
1070

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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Lara Croft
1065

An aristocrat-turned-tomb-raider, Lara Croft does her best thinking while plunging off cliffs. See her in Lara Croft: Tomb Raider.

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Imperator Furiosa
1064

Imperator Furiosa is a badass patriarchy toppler. She'll do anything to secure a better, freer future for the women she cares for. See her in Mad Max: Fury Road.

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Hit-Girl
1058

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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Janis Ian
1056

Although she's the queen of killer comebacks and one-liners, Janis Ian is honest about her feelings and cares deeply about her friends. See her in Mean Girls.

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Patrick Bateman
1052

Wearing couture pinstripe suits over his cut abs, banker Patrick has a way with the ladies. But his relationships never end well. See him in American Psycho.

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Carrie White
1045

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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Bellatrix Lestrange
1032

Twisted and seemingly soulless, Bellatrix Lestrange finds joy in making others suffer. See her in Harry Potter Series.

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Derek Zoolander
1022

Is there more to life than being really, really, ridiculously good looking? Derek Zoolander thinks not. See him in Zoolander.

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Clementine Kruczynski
1006

Clementine Kruczynski thinks that too many guys think she's a concept, or she completes them, or she's gonna make them alive. See her in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.

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Noah Calhoun
1002

Noah Calhoun is lost without Allie, who seems to have moved on. See him in The Notebook.

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Newt Scamander
1000

Newt Scamander is more comfortable with animals than people, even if the animals are super-dangerous magical creatures. See him in Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them.

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Eragon
997

Eragon is one part brave but three parts fool. See him in Eragon.

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Jules Winnfield
987

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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Ellen Ripley
975

Ellen Ripley defines the word "badass." When she's not leading her crew on an interstellar voyage, she's slaying terrifying creatures. See her in Alien.

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Optimus Prime
974

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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Mark Watney
972

Stranded on Mars, Mark Watney is armed with quick wits, an electronic diary, disco music, and an undying resolve to make it back. See him in The Martian.

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Trinity
962

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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Tyler Durden
962

It’s usually the good-looking, charismatic, play-by-their-own-rules types that get everyone into trouble, and Tyler Durden is Exhibit A. See him in Fight Club.

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Elio Perlman
954

Elio Perlman likes the piano, peaches, and his father's new research assistant a little too much. See him in Call Me by Your Name.