Friday, May 6, 2011

Ten female characters that change the world around them

Whether it is fighting for a just and noble cause, whether dreaming to change the world or help someone in distress, whether it rises or falls on the social hierarchy, these ten women are among those who have the power to fascinate and to attract others to their side. Actresses sometimes complain that too often occur films whose script is centered on a female character, and the roles that give them the opportunity to portray the extraordinary women are largely secondary. While we wait to see what happens with the film project "Cleopatra" with Angelina Jolie in the role of Egyptian queen - a film that promises to show her all the grandeur of Cleopatra in political leadership, not femme fatale, or you want to see reviewing ten movies with great female characters, played by actress remarkable. Rita in "Made in Dagenham" (2010)

"Made in Dagenham" Sally Hawkins, who launched "Happy-Go-Lucky", his role in "Made in Dagenham" movie, released in 2010. Sally personifies Rita, The worker, wife and mother, which became a leader of opinion of women employed by the Ford plant in Dagenham. Rita is an ordinary woman who becomes increasingly irritated by the fact that women are paid equally with men for the same work, and what she's done great. Hawkins, the role of Rita feminist, believes that it is impossible for a woman is not feminist. The film is culturally and historically relevant, but also exciting and fun, plus it has the style of 60s fashion.
Little Eddie in "Grey Gardens" (2009)

"Grey Gardens"
Aunt and cousin of the American First Lady, Jackie Kennedy, are central biographical drama "Grey Gardens." The film, winning two Golden Globes and six Emmys in 2010 in 2009 is based on a documentary with two of the most eccentric women who have fascinated the world ever. Mother and daughter, Little Edie and Big Edie Bouvier Beale, and withdrew from social life of New York in their summer home where they continued to live high dreams and even tear down the house over them, and was invaded by cats and raccoons. Unfortunately, a television movie was released in theaters and was not otherwise Drew Barrymore had a real chance at the Oscars. * The film "Grey Gardens" DVD is here.

Erin in "Erin Brockovich" (2000)

Albert Finney and Julia Roberts in "Erin Brockovich"
Julia Roberts in the role of single mothers who change their lives a whole community, won an Oscar and movie lovers eternal admiration. Erin Brockovich, a biographical drama based on the life of an extraordinary woman, fearless and resourceful, always show that nothing is impossible if you truly want. Erin is a woman broke up with children, but that was always disappointed and had to do everything alone, turned it into a true warrior, fighting for a job in a law firm and become the best in them, because he cares and struggles. Electricity Corporation of California does not know what process will hit a monstrous and sick people because poluază waters. * "Erin Brockovich" is here on DVD.
Clarice in The Silence of the Lambs "(1991)
Jodie Foster in "The Silence of the Lambs," Jodie Foster in the role of a young detective to the FBI and Anthony Hopkins as Hannibal Lecter terrible serial killer, took each an Oscar in 1992. Clarice, Jodie Foster's character, intelligence needs to catch another serial killer who terrifies town skinned his victims. The only one who can help to reveal the killer's Hannibal Lecter in prison, and clearly has the power to speak with him and take his mind bo9lnavă dark. The film "The Silence of the Lambs", winning five Oscars, is ranked among the top 26 best movies on IMDB. * "Silence of the Lambs" may be ordered on DVD, here.
Thrive in "The Tempest" (2010)

Helen Mirren in "The Tempest"
Helen Mirren plays the title role in The Tempest by William Shakespeare was written for a man. Director Julie Taymor has adapted and transformed the English Bard masterpiece sorcerer Prospero in Prosper, giving the film a strong feminist message. Mirren has revealed that he had invented a background for her character's story that Thrive is punished for your interest in alchemy, just to remember the suffering of all women who were discriminated against and excluded from education over time and were punished if capable, intelligent and talented.

Holly Golightly in "Breakfast at Tiffany's" (1961)

"Breakfast at Tiffany's"
Audrey Hepburn became a fashion icon and an emblem for the modern woman, sophisticated and cosmopolitan because of the role in "Breakfast at Tiffany's. The film is based on the novel of the same name by Truman Capote and the writer has earnestly desired a starring Marilyn Monroe, was the only one that seemed appropriate. Director Blake Edwards and Paramount studio chiefs have changed in the script, so that the heroine was not explicitly a luxury prostitute who had an abortion and smoking grass, so the new Holly Golightly personality fit better with Audrey Hepburn retired . Thanks to actress Holly in the movie we know is the woman who, while not only doing financially afraid to fall because they want to get in a cage and belong to someone. * The film "Breakfast at Tiffany's" is available on DVD here.
Corrina in "Corrina, Corrina" (1994)

Whoopi Goldberg in "Corrina, Corrina"
Whoopi Goldberg seek work in the film "Corinna, Corrina" and comes to be an essential part of the life of a girl who muţit after mother's death. Ray Liotta is the little father, a man who knows how to calm their daughter, and so desperately seeking aid, giving over all sorts of wacky and eccentric nanny cam. But saw nothing until he hired Corrina, which is the one of all but one with little Molly finds his smile and joy. New way of life in which Corrina pulls his father and his daughter is happy, but shake the spirits of the little town where I live.
Anne Katherine Watson in "Mona Lisa Smile" (2003)

"Mona Lisa Smile"
Julia Roberts has embodied a strong woman, intelligent and determined in the drama "Mona Lisa Smile" in 2003. In the film's actress Anne Katherine Watson, an art teacher with a very open mind. All she wants is to teach at a prestigious school, where students are true partners in conversation, but when the department receives from the Wellesley College girls, is disappointed. Once it's amazing how bright are the schools of senior schoolgirls American Society '50, a teacher discovers that all girls understandable and all the talents will not do anything, because the only role in life you will have will be to wives and mothers. Teacher seeks to influence students to become successful women with careers and their lives and more schoolgirls seem to respect their views. But the dominant culture and society from which hangs heavy in the balance.
Miranda Priestly in The Devil Wears Prada "(2006)
Meryl Streep in The Devil Wears Prada "Meryl Streep's Miranda Priestly, the emblematic head of an extremely popular fashion publications, a character inspired by Anna Wintour, editor of Vogue. Miranda is a kind of tyrant fashion, precisely because her tastes are impeccable and sophisticated, relevant opinions and high standards. That's all their workers are struggling to achieve perfection and always afraid not to disappoint. When the editor is a young candidate, naive and simply dressed, played by Anne Hathaway, things change. Hathaway's character will have a lot to learn from her head, but the devil wear Prada will make some important life lessons. (* The film can be ordered on DVD or Blu-Ray here.)
Jo March in "Little Women" (1994)

Winona Ryder in "Little Women"
Winona Ryder in a great role, is Jo March, a charismatic and lively teenager, who dreams of being a playwright, and Christian Bale only 20 years, is entering the world of fantastic neighbor of a family of girls. Family is headed by Susan Sarandon, a mother of four girls who live and grow in the period after the American Civil War. The film "Little Women" is based on the novel written by Louisa May Alcott, a writer of children's books, but whose subjects have always been enjoyed by adults. Scott, a woman who always expressed himself freely and frankly, it has strong beliefs characters: equality between women and men, the abolition of slavery and mutual tolerance. The four sisters from "Little Women", which go together from childhood to the status of women are as different, but each is extraordinary in its way.

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