Dr. Peter Venkman
When ghostbusting, it's important to be aware of your surroundings. Getting "slimed" is a big setback that could have been mitigated with a pair of shades to keep ectoplasm off your eyes. The Ghostbusters never got into whether that stuff carries germs, but it sure doesn't look sanitary.
The guy sprints from place to place so fast that the wind really drys out his eyes. Pair that with motorcycle travel and hanging on to the outside of aircraft, it's movie magic that he can see where his target is when he slows down. Throw a pair of glasses on and it would be much smoother sailing.
Han came out of carbonite hibernation with a high sensitivity to light (spoiler.) Leia could have done him a solid packing a pair of sunglasses so the tint would make the adjustment more bearable.
Random Gotham Gangster
It's tough enough being an unnamed gangster in Gotham City. You need a variety of protection from body guards to kevlar vests. If you're there the day Joker shows up doing tricks, you'll want some shatterproof lenses as well.
If you want to avoid wearing an eye patch, you may want to start with safety glasses -- a lesson learned by Nick Fury and taught to him by a space cat.