Bubbles

In Trailer Park Boys, Bubbles (Mike Smith) is instantly recognizable from his coke-bottle glasses, western shirts, and entourage of kittens. He might have child-like mannerisms, but he’s probably the smartest of the bunch. And let’s get one thing straight: Bubbles might live in a trailer park, but he doesn’t live in a trailer. No, he lives in a tool shed.

Michael Cera in This Is the End

In This Is the End, Michael Cera shows his true colors, and by that we mean his one-of-a-kind windbreaker. If the ground starts shaking behind him, step back. And if he asks you how his coke smells, watch out.

Tom from (500) Days of Summer

In (500) Days of Summer, Tom Hansen (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) is the classic underachiever, trained as an architect but working as a writer for a greeting card company. He falls hard for a co-worker named Summer and they eventually date, but something tells me that their days are numbered.

Barry Egan

In Punch-Drunk Love, Barry Egan (Adam Sandler) is a lonely businessman with anger issues. His family, made up of seven obnoxious, overbearing sisters, doesn’t help. But things look up when he meets Lena and hatches a scheme to collect a million frequent flyer miles by buying pudding. That’s a lot of pudding.

Amelie

Amelie is a shy waitress living in Paris, who finds pleasure in the simple things in life like skipping rocks and cracking the hard shell on creme brûlée. She decides to improve the lives of others around her after she finds a keepsake box in her apartment. Little did she know she’d end up helping herself by finding love!

Regan from The Exorcist

In The Exorcist, Regan (Linda Blair) is a young girl possessed by the demon Pazuzu and requires an exorcism to free her. Although you may be able to recreate Regan’s demonic look, it isn’t quite the same without the head spinning and projectile vomiting.

Joe from Looper

In Looper, young Joe (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) is a time-traveling assassin paid to kill victims sent back in time by a crime syndicate. Things are going just peachy until they send back old Joe (Bruce Willis), his 30-year-older self.

Léon: The Professional

Leone “Léon” Montana (Jean Reno) is a professional hitman living a quiet life in New York City, sipping milk, raising houseplants, and taking jobs from the mafia. That is, until his 12-year-old neighbor Mathilda’s family is killed, leaving him to take her under his wing.

Mathilda from Leon: The Professional

In Léon: The Professional, Natalie Portman debuts as Mathilda Lando, a street-smart girl who witnesses the murder of her dysfunctional family by corrupt DEA agents. She is taken in by a hitman named Léon who trains her to use guns, and in turn she teaches him to read. How sweet.

Sawyer in The Dharma Initiative

In Lost, James Ford, alias Sawyer, alias Josh Holloway, is a handsome and charming con artist whose sarcastic personality belies a more tender side. Following a chain of events too convoluted to describe in mere words, he ends up as the head of the DHARMA Initiative, alias Jim LaFleur. Or something like that.