Alabama Whitman

In True Romance, Alabama Whitman (Patricia Arquette) seems to hit it off with Clarence Worley at a kung fu screening. But she reveals that she’s a call girl hired by his boss for a birthday present, even though she’s actually falling in love with him.

Amy Blue

Amy Blue is the femme fatale 17 year old cynical chick from Gregg Araki’s 1995 indie film The Doom Generation. Which was the start of Rose McGowan’s career and has recently gained a cult status in the past few years.

Amy’s style definitely resonated with her personality and scenes, as well as the rest of the plot. There are a number of outfits that mirrors teen angst and teenage innocence, but the one that stands out to say the least is her signature black mini dress (which is featured on about every poster regarding the movie.)

To pull off this look, You’ll need: a simple black mini dress, a pair of rough combat boots and white socks, a heavy but bulky leather jacket (Amy’s has a Chicago Police patch on the arm sleeve), a pair of ivory pearls and/or pearl chain with a single silver ring attached, silver band rings, along with some geometrical plastic ones, black lace bra and panties, and of course: a sleek dark brown/black bob with a piercing skull ring along with the word ‘kill’ either written or carved into your knuckle.

Nick Birch from Big Mouth

Nick Birch from Big Mouth

In Big Mouth, Nick Birch (Nick Kroll) is a prepubescent boy living in the suburbs of New York. He’s best friends with Andrew Glouberman, and they do a lot of things together.

Haku (Nigihayami Kohaku Nushi)

In Spirited Away, when Chihiro Ogino (Rumi Hiiragi/Daveigh Chase) crosses into the Spirit World, Haku (Miyu Irino/Jason Marsden) is the first spirit she truly interacts with, and he acts as her protector throughout the film. When Haku is affected by a curse, Chihiro heals him with a magic dumpling and her pure love for him. Near the end of the story, Haku is revealed to be the spirit of the Kohaku River that Chihiro had fallen into as a small child. This explained his unusual knowledge of, and closeness to, her.

Andrew Glouberman from Big Mouth

Andrew Glouberman from Big Mouth

In Big Mouth, Andrew Glouberman is an awkward Jewish middle schooler figuring out things with his best friend Nick Birch as they goes through puberty. He develops crushes, an obsession with pornography, and soon enough, his overactive hormones manifest as a profane, sex-obsessed monster.

Eddie Cabot from Reservoir Dogs

Eddie Cabot

In Reservoir Dogs, “Nice Guy” Eddie Cabot (Chris Penn) is the son of criminal mastermind Joe Cabot. Together they recruit a gang of men with color codenames to rob a jewelry store but things quickly go off the rails.

The Nostalgia Critic

Doug Walker, the “Nostalgia Critic,” is the creator, writer, and director of the web comedy series of the same name. He is known for his bitter and sarcastic rants and reviews of television shows from his childhood, as well as more recent shows. His signature look is iconic and simple to recreate.

Jeff Boomhauer in King of the Hill

His full name is Jeffrey Dexter Boomhauer III (voiced by Mike Judge), but is almost exclusively called Boomhauer. Among the group, he’s considered the voice of reason despite being his speech being nearly incomprehensible. If you want to practice your impression, check out this link.

King Louie from TaleSpin

King Louie from TaleSpin

A fun-loving orangutan who also appeared in The Jungle Book, but in TaleSpin he wears a Hawaiian shirt, a straw hat and lei, and owns an island nightclub and motel called “Louie’s Place”, located near but outside the protection of Cape Suzette.