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Scarlett Johansson was the perfect pick to play by far one of the greatest female superheroes of all time. Black Widow is just perfection, there's no other way to describe it.
The fact that this movie is based on a true story, and that Erin Brockovich is a real person, just makes this film all the more gratifying. Julia Roberts is on fire as the single mom and paralegal who ends up almost singlehandedly taking down a corrupt California power company that was polluting city waters. It's an Oscar-winning performance but more than that, Erin Brockovich represents the idea that women can do anything they set their minds to, even if it is in a field traditionally dominated by men.
Kat is a feminist's dream, wrapped up in a sarcastic sushi roll of awesome. She doesn't conform to anyone's standards, going from being the most popular girl in school to being a social recluse—and in the end she proves that time old rule that you don't have to be anything other than yourself to be accepted.
Yes, she's a hooker, but she's also smart, funny, sassy and manages to court the love of an extremely wealthy lawyer and make him change his erroneous ways. He may be her knight in shining armor in the end, but as Roberts cleverly replies, "she rescues him right back."
"As if!" How could this ever cheerful, bubbly, ditzy valley girl with a heart of gold not make the list? Cher may be materialistic to excess and lack intelligence, but she makes up for it by being selfless, kind, and a positive role model to her friends and her school. And it does help that she's a fashion guru with an automated closet that is the stuff of dreams.
Like No Strings Attached , Friends With Benefits is a pretty self-explanatory title. That said, the plot is anything but average. Several adorable scenes make Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake a hilarious romantic comedy team!
Catherine is in many ways the anti-hero—she's confident and extremely sexual, yet just dangerous enough to leave the audience wondering if she's truly capable of the heinous crimes for which she is suspect. Women dominate the men in this film, and it is a satisfying, albeit a bit graphic, endeavor.
She's blonde, she likes wearing pink, she has a chihuahua named Bruiser—oh yeah, and she's a Harvard law student who can shake it with the big dogs. Elle Woods may seem inane to her peers, but that's all the more reason for their shock when she breaks all their expectations every single time—fabulously, of course.
There are several leading ladies in this musical drama (set to an all-Beatles soundtrack!). It was the late '65s after all, and women's empowerment was at an all time high—Lucy, Sadie, Prudence and all the girls in this film are as fearless as they are good singers. Lucy joins the anti-war protest movement, Prudence embraces her sexuality at a time when the LGBTQ+ community was barely on the radar, and Sadie—well, you'll just have to witness her greatness for yourself!