It's totally normal to want to dress like your favorite movie characters: just imagine rocking Roger Moore's double breasted suit from The Man With The Golden Gun, or that chick's triple breasted suit from Total Recall! For custom haberdashers who can definitely hook you up with the first one: Denver Bespoke.
From a garment industry vet and her gentleman clothier (who got his masters in philosophy at Harvard...?!), Denver Bespoke crafts "high quality, custom-fit menswear" for less than off-the-rack designer duds, and prides itself on being able to recreate the signature suits and coats from man's favorite films, which helps explain why Craig Sager has On Demand'd The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus like 30 times. They've previously whipped up a single-breasted John Dillinger suit for a Public Enemies fan with superfine wool and "bold peak lapels" that would "look great w/ a tommy gun"; a Sherlock Holmes-on-the-BBC-based trenchcoat/ frock combo w/ a "Victorian style back" and flap patch pockets; and a long jacket/flat front pant suit based on everyone's Drape-iest creative, with a horizontal (most are slightly slanted) breast pocket for a "'60s touch" -- which according to the suit's inspiration, is performed aggressively up-skirt in a restaurant powder room. Or, should you just want a bad ass, non-film-inspired custom suit, they'll let you choose your own style (from modern, to retro, to Victorian) and fabric, like tweed, silk, houndstooth, seersucker, or even a vegan cloth that doesn't use silk or wood, and boasts loudly about actually preferring vegetable stir fries.
If you also enjoyed The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (and really, who didn't), DB'll magic you up an any-fabric fedora, or even a silk top hat, in case you're going more for the look of Never Been Kissed.