There are films that are representatives of the stronger sex, how many of them either beg, will not agree to watch with their beloved girls for nothing, referring to the fact that these films are too “female”. We, the editors, believe that it is not necessary to divide films by gender. They can be either good or bad. Today we present to your attention not just good ones, but excellent films that can be enjoyed without men.
I collected 10 films that will bring the beautiful ladies a real pleasure and help them to get away from the routine and endless problems for at least one evening. We stock up on popcorn and favorite drinks. Go!
Last Love on Earth (Perfect Sense)
Cast: Ewan McGregor, Eva Green, Ewan Bremner, Stephen Dillane
The main characters of the picture, Michael and Susan, do not take the feeling that has flared up between them seriously, but everything changes when the Earth is covered by an unthinkable epidemic. People around the world gradually lose their feelings: hearing, sight, touch. However, paradoxically, only having lost everything, they will learn to feel with heart and soul. A heartfelt and endlessly beautiful film about the most important thing.
Cast: Julianne Hough, Josh Duhamel, David Lyons, Kobe Smulders
The film is based on the novel of the same name by Nicholas Sparks, from whose pen such bestsellers as The Diary of Memory and Hurry to Love have come out. According to the plot of this film, a young woman, Katie, escapes from a cruel tyrant husband and finds refuge in a small town. Can she trust the man again and find her “safe haven” next to him? Good movie for a cozy evening.
Cast: Gugu Embata-Rho, Tom Wilkinson, Miranda Richardson, Penelope Wilton
The film is based on the life story of Dido Elizabeth Belle, which was born thanks to the extramarital affair of a captain of the royal navy and a black woman. The picture organically combines a love line, themes of attitude towards people of a different race, slave trade, politics. And all this against the backdrop of beautiful scenery and costumes.
The warmth of our bodies (Warm Bodies)
Cast: Nicholas Holt, Teresa Palmer, Analie Tipton, Dave Franco, John Malkovich
The world is experiencing the consequences of a zombie apocalypse: groups of people survive in protected settlements, and living corpses walk around and strive to eat them. Against this background, an incredible friendship is born (and maybe something more) between the zombies, whose name began with the letter “P” in his lifetime, and the girl whom he miraculously didn’t eat. Original, sweet and very romantic tape.
Far from the mad crowd (Far from the Madding Crowd)
Cast: Carey Mulligan, Matthias Schonarts, Michael Sheen, Juno Temple
Everdeen – the heiress of a rich farm, which takes control of the economy in their hands. And if her mind is cold and calculating, then her heart is in turmoil, because several men are trying to achieve her disposition at once. The film is about an independent and strong heroine, about the search for love and the value of real feelings. As a nice bonus – good actors and beautiful landscapes of provincial England.
Breathe for our sake (Breathe)
Cast: Andrew Garfield, Claire Foy, Edward Spelirs, Tom Hollander
Robin wins the heart of impregnable Diana. They are young, in love, and it seems that the whole world lies at their feet. But everything changes during the honeymoon, when Robin is seriously ill. Only love can bring back his passion for life and faith in himself. The film is filled with light sadness. Ideal to exhale deeply and put thoughts to restart.
Cast: Justin Long, Kayla Servey, Eric Winter, Amy Rossum
He is a cynic who does not believe in love, she is a bright girl who will make him change his beliefs. It seems to be a banal story, but it was shot and filed by no means banal, but also incredibly beautiful, so I want to take a screenshot of each frame. The film, like a dream, honestly and neposhlo talking about the development of relations of one unusual couple.
Cast: Abbie Cornish, Ben Wishaw, Paul Schneider, Kerry Fox
John Keats, English poet, died at the age of 25 from consumption. But the film is not about that, more precisely, not only about it. The film tells the story of a romantic relationship that began between the poet and the young girl just at the time of his extinction. Tragic, sincere picture of a short, but very bright love.
How I love now (How I Live Now)
Cast: Sirsha Ronan, Harley Bird, George McKay, Tom Holland
Daisy is only 15 years old, she only learns to understand herself and the world around her. The girl moves to London with her aunt and uncle and immediately falls deeply in love with her own cousin. However, a new obstacle arises before an already uneasy feeling – the Third World War. This is melodrama and dystopia in one bottle, shown through the prism of the perception of a 15-year-old.
Battle of the sexes (Battle of the Sexes)
Cast: Emma Stone, Steve Carell, Andrea Raizboro, Natalie Morales
An amazing story of the confrontation between two brilliant athletes and personalities – 55-year-old Wimbledon champion Bobby Riggs and 29-year-old tennis player Billie Jean King. They will have to fight in the first match in the world, where professional athletes of different sexes compete on equal terms. A film about equality, about prejudice, sports, and just about how difficult it is to be yourself in our crazy world. As a nice bonus – chic cast.
What movies from the list have you watched and how could you replenish it?