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Dating Norms Are Turned Upside Down in the Age of Tinder and Takeout

Dating Norms Are Turned Upside Down in the Age of Tinder and Takeout

New data from Tinder and Grubhub found that singles won’t mind going Dutch and would get takeout for an ideal third date

Gone is the age of the buttoned-up first date.

Remember the “good old days” when people got dressed up to take a date out to an expensive restaurant, covered the tab, and carefully watched what they ate? For better or worse, today’s singles are taking romantic meetups a lot more casually, according to dating data from Tinder and Grubhub.

The two digital giants surveyed 2,000 young singles about their first date habits and found that only 36 percent would rule out a second date with someone who didn’t offer to pick up the tab. Most respondents would go for the burger over a skimpy salad: 62 percent of singles said they preferred to eat a hearty meal instead of a light meal on a first date. And when you finally find someone you want to get to know better, 60 percent of respondents want to ditch the going-out clothes and traditional date pretense for a “Grubhub (or Netflix) and chill” session instead of a third date.

But that doesn’t mean singles are totally casual about everything. More than half of respondents would totally judge you if you ate sushi with a fork instead of chopsticks, and 31 percent would scowl if you tried to steal food off their plate.


The 50 Classic Movies Every Woman Should See

Because Holly Golightly is a character that reads very differently when you're an adult.

Life can throw all sorts of distractions at you, from career to family. As a result, you might have missed more than a few key films (and a ton of hidden gems). Instead of a Netflix binge, get caught up on the classics, ranging from epic romances to iconic tear-jerkers.

Think back to every nightmare boss you've had. Chances are, they pale in comparison to the sexist, horrible boss that makes life a living hell for three secretaries (Jane Fonda, Lilly Tomlin and Dolly Parton). So they do what any person in this situation does: They kidnap their boss and maybe poison him.

A heartbreaking tear-jerker of a movie, "A Raisin in the Sun" tells the story of an African-American family that tries to improve their situation with an insurance payout from the death of the father.

This is the movie spawned the classic line "Kiss my grits." In it, a recent widow takes to the road to California with her son, determined to become a singer. Financial hardship gets her only as far as Tucson, where she sings in a lounge and has a few relationships. It's a story of coming into your own, despite where circumstances lead you.

Heroines don't come any stronger than Ripley (Sigourney Weaver), who fights (and fights, and fights) an invasion of aliens from taking over the commercial towing space vehicle she works on.

Aspiring actress Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter) becomes friends with veteran actress Margo Channing (Bette Davis) before completely turning her world upside down in every way. Take it as a cautionary (yet somehow funny) tale of mentoring the wrong up-and-comer.

Auntie Mame (Rosalind Russell) is the fabulous cosmopolitan aunt we all wish we had. Left to raise her late brother's son Patrick, she teaches him how to live a more fabulous life than her staid brother would ever have wanted. It's a musical that is occasionally cheesy, but still so inspiring.

In a movie that was very ahead of its time, Lily Powers (Barbara Stanwyck) escapes a bleak life in Pennsylvania by working her way up the company ladder at a New York City office firm by using her feminine charms and, well, sex. She eventually finds love with the company's handsome heir, but not before it's (possibly) too late.

She's a free spirit, he's an uptight career guy. Can this marriage survive? You'll have to see to find out, but one thing's for sure &mdash Robert Redford and Jane Fonda are a gorgeous couple.

Based on the famous couple, Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty star as Bonnie and Clyde. You know the story: Bonnie runs off with Clyde, robbing banks in the process. They're doomed criminals, but you'll want to go along for the ride.

"Breakfast at Tiffany's" is a movie that changes with age. In your late teens or early twenties, you might fall in love with Holly Golightly's (Audrey Hepburn) style or her seemingly independent nature. But as you get older, you realize it's as much a story about how you just can't outrun your past. Reinvention is more than just a matter of the right necklace and a little money.

Liza Minelli takes a star turn as Sally Bowles, Weimar Republic-era Berlin nightclub entertainer becomes involved in a love triangle while the Nazi Party takes over the country.

A love story set in World War II, Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) has to help his former love Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman) and her rebel husband escape Casablanca before Nazis find the couple. They both fall in love again, which makes a dangerous situation for Ilsa even harder to escape.

If there's a movie that will make you resolve to always trust your gut, it's this one. Paula (Ingrid Bergman) travels to Italy to become an opera star when she meets Gregory Anton (Charles Boyer). They become involved, but things are not what they appear to be. Gregory slowly manipulates Paula into believing she's going insane after she finds an incriminating letter related to her aunt's mysterious death. A surprising bonus to this movie: Seeing an impossibly young Angela Lansbury make her screen debut.

Rita Hayworth is at her peak as Gilda, the wife of a casino owner and the ex-love of a gambler currently in his husband's employ. After her husband dies, she finds herself trapped in a marriage that's the definition of "distrustful." We won't spoil the plot further, but rest assured that Gilda earns the title of the ultimate femme fatale.

Still haven't seen this epic? What are you waiting for? It's hard to put such a masterpiece in a nutshell, but here it goes: This iconic movie is about the transformation of spoiled Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh), who schemes to break up an impending marriage, watches her family fortunes dwindle, falls for the dashing Rhett (Clark Gable), and more, all against a backdrop of the Civil War.


The 50 Classic Movies Every Woman Should See

Because Holly Golightly is a character that reads very differently when you're an adult.

Life can throw all sorts of distractions at you, from career to family. As a result, you might have missed more than a few key films (and a ton of hidden gems). Instead of a Netflix binge, get caught up on the classics, ranging from epic romances to iconic tear-jerkers.

Think back to every nightmare boss you've had. Chances are, they pale in comparison to the sexist, horrible boss that makes life a living hell for three secretaries (Jane Fonda, Lilly Tomlin and Dolly Parton). So they do what any person in this situation does: They kidnap their boss and maybe poison him.

A heartbreaking tear-jerker of a movie, "A Raisin in the Sun" tells the story of an African-American family that tries to improve their situation with an insurance payout from the death of the father.

This is the movie spawned the classic line "Kiss my grits." In it, a recent widow takes to the road to California with her son, determined to become a singer. Financial hardship gets her only as far as Tucson, where she sings in a lounge and has a few relationships. It's a story of coming into your own, despite where circumstances lead you.

Heroines don't come any stronger than Ripley (Sigourney Weaver), who fights (and fights, and fights) an invasion of aliens from taking over the commercial towing space vehicle she works on.

Aspiring actress Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter) becomes friends with veteran actress Margo Channing (Bette Davis) before completely turning her world upside down in every way. Take it as a cautionary (yet somehow funny) tale of mentoring the wrong up-and-comer.

Auntie Mame (Rosalind Russell) is the fabulous cosmopolitan aunt we all wish we had. Left to raise her late brother's son Patrick, she teaches him how to live a more fabulous life than her staid brother would ever have wanted. It's a musical that is occasionally cheesy, but still so inspiring.

In a movie that was very ahead of its time, Lily Powers (Barbara Stanwyck) escapes a bleak life in Pennsylvania by working her way up the company ladder at a New York City office firm by using her feminine charms and, well, sex. She eventually finds love with the company's handsome heir, but not before it's (possibly) too late.

She's a free spirit, he's an uptight career guy. Can this marriage survive? You'll have to see to find out, but one thing's for sure &mdash Robert Redford and Jane Fonda are a gorgeous couple.

Based on the famous couple, Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty star as Bonnie and Clyde. You know the story: Bonnie runs off with Clyde, robbing banks in the process. They're doomed criminals, but you'll want to go along for the ride.

"Breakfast at Tiffany's" is a movie that changes with age. In your late teens or early twenties, you might fall in love with Holly Golightly's (Audrey Hepburn) style or her seemingly independent nature. But as you get older, you realize it's as much a story about how you just can't outrun your past. Reinvention is more than just a matter of the right necklace and a little money.

Liza Minelli takes a star turn as Sally Bowles, Weimar Republic-era Berlin nightclub entertainer becomes involved in a love triangle while the Nazi Party takes over the country.

A love story set in World War II, Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) has to help his former love Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman) and her rebel husband escape Casablanca before Nazis find the couple. They both fall in love again, which makes a dangerous situation for Ilsa even harder to escape.

If there's a movie that will make you resolve to always trust your gut, it's this one. Paula (Ingrid Bergman) travels to Italy to become an opera star when she meets Gregory Anton (Charles Boyer). They become involved, but things are not what they appear to be. Gregory slowly manipulates Paula into believing she's going insane after she finds an incriminating letter related to her aunt's mysterious death. A surprising bonus to this movie: Seeing an impossibly young Angela Lansbury make her screen debut.

Rita Hayworth is at her peak as Gilda, the wife of a casino owner and the ex-love of a gambler currently in his husband's employ. After her husband dies, she finds herself trapped in a marriage that's the definition of "distrustful." We won't spoil the plot further, but rest assured that Gilda earns the title of the ultimate femme fatale.

Still haven't seen this epic? What are you waiting for? It's hard to put such a masterpiece in a nutshell, but here it goes: This iconic movie is about the transformation of spoiled Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh), who schemes to break up an impending marriage, watches her family fortunes dwindle, falls for the dashing Rhett (Clark Gable), and more, all against a backdrop of the Civil War.


The 50 Classic Movies Every Woman Should See

Because Holly Golightly is a character that reads very differently when you're an adult.

Life can throw all sorts of distractions at you, from career to family. As a result, you might have missed more than a few key films (and a ton of hidden gems). Instead of a Netflix binge, get caught up on the classics, ranging from epic romances to iconic tear-jerkers.

Think back to every nightmare boss you've had. Chances are, they pale in comparison to the sexist, horrible boss that makes life a living hell for three secretaries (Jane Fonda, Lilly Tomlin and Dolly Parton). So they do what any person in this situation does: They kidnap their boss and maybe poison him.

A heartbreaking tear-jerker of a movie, "A Raisin in the Sun" tells the story of an African-American family that tries to improve their situation with an insurance payout from the death of the father.

This is the movie spawned the classic line "Kiss my grits." In it, a recent widow takes to the road to California with her son, determined to become a singer. Financial hardship gets her only as far as Tucson, where she sings in a lounge and has a few relationships. It's a story of coming into your own, despite where circumstances lead you.

Heroines don't come any stronger than Ripley (Sigourney Weaver), who fights (and fights, and fights) an invasion of aliens from taking over the commercial towing space vehicle she works on.

Aspiring actress Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter) becomes friends with veteran actress Margo Channing (Bette Davis) before completely turning her world upside down in every way. Take it as a cautionary (yet somehow funny) tale of mentoring the wrong up-and-comer.

Auntie Mame (Rosalind Russell) is the fabulous cosmopolitan aunt we all wish we had. Left to raise her late brother's son Patrick, she teaches him how to live a more fabulous life than her staid brother would ever have wanted. It's a musical that is occasionally cheesy, but still so inspiring.

In a movie that was very ahead of its time, Lily Powers (Barbara Stanwyck) escapes a bleak life in Pennsylvania by working her way up the company ladder at a New York City office firm by using her feminine charms and, well, sex. She eventually finds love with the company's handsome heir, but not before it's (possibly) too late.

She's a free spirit, he's an uptight career guy. Can this marriage survive? You'll have to see to find out, but one thing's for sure &mdash Robert Redford and Jane Fonda are a gorgeous couple.

Based on the famous couple, Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty star as Bonnie and Clyde. You know the story: Bonnie runs off with Clyde, robbing banks in the process. They're doomed criminals, but you'll want to go along for the ride.

"Breakfast at Tiffany's" is a movie that changes with age. In your late teens or early twenties, you might fall in love with Holly Golightly's (Audrey Hepburn) style or her seemingly independent nature. But as you get older, you realize it's as much a story about how you just can't outrun your past. Reinvention is more than just a matter of the right necklace and a little money.

Liza Minelli takes a star turn as Sally Bowles, Weimar Republic-era Berlin nightclub entertainer becomes involved in a love triangle while the Nazi Party takes over the country.

A love story set in World War II, Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) has to help his former love Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman) and her rebel husband escape Casablanca before Nazis find the couple. They both fall in love again, which makes a dangerous situation for Ilsa even harder to escape.

If there's a movie that will make you resolve to always trust your gut, it's this one. Paula (Ingrid Bergman) travels to Italy to become an opera star when she meets Gregory Anton (Charles Boyer). They become involved, but things are not what they appear to be. Gregory slowly manipulates Paula into believing she's going insane after she finds an incriminating letter related to her aunt's mysterious death. A surprising bonus to this movie: Seeing an impossibly young Angela Lansbury make her screen debut.

Rita Hayworth is at her peak as Gilda, the wife of a casino owner and the ex-love of a gambler currently in his husband's employ. After her husband dies, she finds herself trapped in a marriage that's the definition of "distrustful." We won't spoil the plot further, but rest assured that Gilda earns the title of the ultimate femme fatale.

Still haven't seen this epic? What are you waiting for? It's hard to put such a masterpiece in a nutshell, but here it goes: This iconic movie is about the transformation of spoiled Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh), who schemes to break up an impending marriage, watches her family fortunes dwindle, falls for the dashing Rhett (Clark Gable), and more, all against a backdrop of the Civil War.


The 50 Classic Movies Every Woman Should See

Because Holly Golightly is a character that reads very differently when you're an adult.

Life can throw all sorts of distractions at you, from career to family. As a result, you might have missed more than a few key films (and a ton of hidden gems). Instead of a Netflix binge, get caught up on the classics, ranging from epic romances to iconic tear-jerkers.

Think back to every nightmare boss you've had. Chances are, they pale in comparison to the sexist, horrible boss that makes life a living hell for three secretaries (Jane Fonda, Lilly Tomlin and Dolly Parton). So they do what any person in this situation does: They kidnap their boss and maybe poison him.

A heartbreaking tear-jerker of a movie, "A Raisin in the Sun" tells the story of an African-American family that tries to improve their situation with an insurance payout from the death of the father.

This is the movie spawned the classic line "Kiss my grits." In it, a recent widow takes to the road to California with her son, determined to become a singer. Financial hardship gets her only as far as Tucson, where she sings in a lounge and has a few relationships. It's a story of coming into your own, despite where circumstances lead you.

Heroines don't come any stronger than Ripley (Sigourney Weaver), who fights (and fights, and fights) an invasion of aliens from taking over the commercial towing space vehicle she works on.

Aspiring actress Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter) becomes friends with veteran actress Margo Channing (Bette Davis) before completely turning her world upside down in every way. Take it as a cautionary (yet somehow funny) tale of mentoring the wrong up-and-comer.

Auntie Mame (Rosalind Russell) is the fabulous cosmopolitan aunt we all wish we had. Left to raise her late brother's son Patrick, she teaches him how to live a more fabulous life than her staid brother would ever have wanted. It's a musical that is occasionally cheesy, but still so inspiring.

In a movie that was very ahead of its time, Lily Powers (Barbara Stanwyck) escapes a bleak life in Pennsylvania by working her way up the company ladder at a New York City office firm by using her feminine charms and, well, sex. She eventually finds love with the company's handsome heir, but not before it's (possibly) too late.

She's a free spirit, he's an uptight career guy. Can this marriage survive? You'll have to see to find out, but one thing's for sure &mdash Robert Redford and Jane Fonda are a gorgeous couple.

Based on the famous couple, Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty star as Bonnie and Clyde. You know the story: Bonnie runs off with Clyde, robbing banks in the process. They're doomed criminals, but you'll want to go along for the ride.

"Breakfast at Tiffany's" is a movie that changes with age. In your late teens or early twenties, you might fall in love with Holly Golightly's (Audrey Hepburn) style or her seemingly independent nature. But as you get older, you realize it's as much a story about how you just can't outrun your past. Reinvention is more than just a matter of the right necklace and a little money.

Liza Minelli takes a star turn as Sally Bowles, Weimar Republic-era Berlin nightclub entertainer becomes involved in a love triangle while the Nazi Party takes over the country.

A love story set in World War II, Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) has to help his former love Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman) and her rebel husband escape Casablanca before Nazis find the couple. They both fall in love again, which makes a dangerous situation for Ilsa even harder to escape.

If there's a movie that will make you resolve to always trust your gut, it's this one. Paula (Ingrid Bergman) travels to Italy to become an opera star when she meets Gregory Anton (Charles Boyer). They become involved, but things are not what they appear to be. Gregory slowly manipulates Paula into believing she's going insane after she finds an incriminating letter related to her aunt's mysterious death. A surprising bonus to this movie: Seeing an impossibly young Angela Lansbury make her screen debut.

Rita Hayworth is at her peak as Gilda, the wife of a casino owner and the ex-love of a gambler currently in his husband's employ. After her husband dies, she finds herself trapped in a marriage that's the definition of "distrustful." We won't spoil the plot further, but rest assured that Gilda earns the title of the ultimate femme fatale.

Still haven't seen this epic? What are you waiting for? It's hard to put such a masterpiece in a nutshell, but here it goes: This iconic movie is about the transformation of spoiled Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh), who schemes to break up an impending marriage, watches her family fortunes dwindle, falls for the dashing Rhett (Clark Gable), and more, all against a backdrop of the Civil War.


The 50 Classic Movies Every Woman Should See

Because Holly Golightly is a character that reads very differently when you're an adult.

Life can throw all sorts of distractions at you, from career to family. As a result, you might have missed more than a few key films (and a ton of hidden gems). Instead of a Netflix binge, get caught up on the classics, ranging from epic romances to iconic tear-jerkers.

Think back to every nightmare boss you've had. Chances are, they pale in comparison to the sexist, horrible boss that makes life a living hell for three secretaries (Jane Fonda, Lilly Tomlin and Dolly Parton). So they do what any person in this situation does: They kidnap their boss and maybe poison him.

A heartbreaking tear-jerker of a movie, "A Raisin in the Sun" tells the story of an African-American family that tries to improve their situation with an insurance payout from the death of the father.

This is the movie spawned the classic line "Kiss my grits." In it, a recent widow takes to the road to California with her son, determined to become a singer. Financial hardship gets her only as far as Tucson, where she sings in a lounge and has a few relationships. It's a story of coming into your own, despite where circumstances lead you.

Heroines don't come any stronger than Ripley (Sigourney Weaver), who fights (and fights, and fights) an invasion of aliens from taking over the commercial towing space vehicle she works on.

Aspiring actress Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter) becomes friends with veteran actress Margo Channing (Bette Davis) before completely turning her world upside down in every way. Take it as a cautionary (yet somehow funny) tale of mentoring the wrong up-and-comer.

Auntie Mame (Rosalind Russell) is the fabulous cosmopolitan aunt we all wish we had. Left to raise her late brother's son Patrick, she teaches him how to live a more fabulous life than her staid brother would ever have wanted. It's a musical that is occasionally cheesy, but still so inspiring.

In a movie that was very ahead of its time, Lily Powers (Barbara Stanwyck) escapes a bleak life in Pennsylvania by working her way up the company ladder at a New York City office firm by using her feminine charms and, well, sex. She eventually finds love with the company's handsome heir, but not before it's (possibly) too late.

She's a free spirit, he's an uptight career guy. Can this marriage survive? You'll have to see to find out, but one thing's for sure &mdash Robert Redford and Jane Fonda are a gorgeous couple.

Based on the famous couple, Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty star as Bonnie and Clyde. You know the story: Bonnie runs off with Clyde, robbing banks in the process. They're doomed criminals, but you'll want to go along for the ride.

"Breakfast at Tiffany's" is a movie that changes with age. In your late teens or early twenties, you might fall in love with Holly Golightly's (Audrey Hepburn) style or her seemingly independent nature. But as you get older, you realize it's as much a story about how you just can't outrun your past. Reinvention is more than just a matter of the right necklace and a little money.

Liza Minelli takes a star turn as Sally Bowles, Weimar Republic-era Berlin nightclub entertainer becomes involved in a love triangle while the Nazi Party takes over the country.

A love story set in World War II, Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) has to help his former love Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman) and her rebel husband escape Casablanca before Nazis find the couple. They both fall in love again, which makes a dangerous situation for Ilsa even harder to escape.

If there's a movie that will make you resolve to always trust your gut, it's this one. Paula (Ingrid Bergman) travels to Italy to become an opera star when she meets Gregory Anton (Charles Boyer). They become involved, but things are not what they appear to be. Gregory slowly manipulates Paula into believing she's going insane after she finds an incriminating letter related to her aunt's mysterious death. A surprising bonus to this movie: Seeing an impossibly young Angela Lansbury make her screen debut.

Rita Hayworth is at her peak as Gilda, the wife of a casino owner and the ex-love of a gambler currently in his husband's employ. After her husband dies, she finds herself trapped in a marriage that's the definition of "distrustful." We won't spoil the plot further, but rest assured that Gilda earns the title of the ultimate femme fatale.

Still haven't seen this epic? What are you waiting for? It's hard to put such a masterpiece in a nutshell, but here it goes: This iconic movie is about the transformation of spoiled Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh), who schemes to break up an impending marriage, watches her family fortunes dwindle, falls for the dashing Rhett (Clark Gable), and more, all against a backdrop of the Civil War.


The 50 Classic Movies Every Woman Should See

Because Holly Golightly is a character that reads very differently when you're an adult.

Life can throw all sorts of distractions at you, from career to family. As a result, you might have missed more than a few key films (and a ton of hidden gems). Instead of a Netflix binge, get caught up on the classics, ranging from epic romances to iconic tear-jerkers.

Think back to every nightmare boss you've had. Chances are, they pale in comparison to the sexist, horrible boss that makes life a living hell for three secretaries (Jane Fonda, Lilly Tomlin and Dolly Parton). So they do what any person in this situation does: They kidnap their boss and maybe poison him.

A heartbreaking tear-jerker of a movie, "A Raisin in the Sun" tells the story of an African-American family that tries to improve their situation with an insurance payout from the death of the father.

This is the movie spawned the classic line "Kiss my grits." In it, a recent widow takes to the road to California with her son, determined to become a singer. Financial hardship gets her only as far as Tucson, where she sings in a lounge and has a few relationships. It's a story of coming into your own, despite where circumstances lead you.

Heroines don't come any stronger than Ripley (Sigourney Weaver), who fights (and fights, and fights) an invasion of aliens from taking over the commercial towing space vehicle she works on.

Aspiring actress Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter) becomes friends with veteran actress Margo Channing (Bette Davis) before completely turning her world upside down in every way. Take it as a cautionary (yet somehow funny) tale of mentoring the wrong up-and-comer.

Auntie Mame (Rosalind Russell) is the fabulous cosmopolitan aunt we all wish we had. Left to raise her late brother's son Patrick, she teaches him how to live a more fabulous life than her staid brother would ever have wanted. It's a musical that is occasionally cheesy, but still so inspiring.

In a movie that was very ahead of its time, Lily Powers (Barbara Stanwyck) escapes a bleak life in Pennsylvania by working her way up the company ladder at a New York City office firm by using her feminine charms and, well, sex. She eventually finds love with the company's handsome heir, but not before it's (possibly) too late.

She's a free spirit, he's an uptight career guy. Can this marriage survive? You'll have to see to find out, but one thing's for sure &mdash Robert Redford and Jane Fonda are a gorgeous couple.

Based on the famous couple, Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty star as Bonnie and Clyde. You know the story: Bonnie runs off with Clyde, robbing banks in the process. They're doomed criminals, but you'll want to go along for the ride.

"Breakfast at Tiffany's" is a movie that changes with age. In your late teens or early twenties, you might fall in love with Holly Golightly's (Audrey Hepburn) style or her seemingly independent nature. But as you get older, you realize it's as much a story about how you just can't outrun your past. Reinvention is more than just a matter of the right necklace and a little money.

Liza Minelli takes a star turn as Sally Bowles, Weimar Republic-era Berlin nightclub entertainer becomes involved in a love triangle while the Nazi Party takes over the country.

A love story set in World War II, Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) has to help his former love Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman) and her rebel husband escape Casablanca before Nazis find the couple. They both fall in love again, which makes a dangerous situation for Ilsa even harder to escape.

If there's a movie that will make you resolve to always trust your gut, it's this one. Paula (Ingrid Bergman) travels to Italy to become an opera star when she meets Gregory Anton (Charles Boyer). They become involved, but things are not what they appear to be. Gregory slowly manipulates Paula into believing she's going insane after she finds an incriminating letter related to her aunt's mysterious death. A surprising bonus to this movie: Seeing an impossibly young Angela Lansbury make her screen debut.

Rita Hayworth is at her peak as Gilda, the wife of a casino owner and the ex-love of a gambler currently in his husband's employ. After her husband dies, she finds herself trapped in a marriage that's the definition of "distrustful." We won't spoil the plot further, but rest assured that Gilda earns the title of the ultimate femme fatale.

Still haven't seen this epic? What are you waiting for? It's hard to put such a masterpiece in a nutshell, but here it goes: This iconic movie is about the transformation of spoiled Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh), who schemes to break up an impending marriage, watches her family fortunes dwindle, falls for the dashing Rhett (Clark Gable), and more, all against a backdrop of the Civil War.


The 50 Classic Movies Every Woman Should See

Because Holly Golightly is a character that reads very differently when you're an adult.

Life can throw all sorts of distractions at you, from career to family. As a result, you might have missed more than a few key films (and a ton of hidden gems). Instead of a Netflix binge, get caught up on the classics, ranging from epic romances to iconic tear-jerkers.

Think back to every nightmare boss you've had. Chances are, they pale in comparison to the sexist, horrible boss that makes life a living hell for three secretaries (Jane Fonda, Lilly Tomlin and Dolly Parton). So they do what any person in this situation does: They kidnap their boss and maybe poison him.

A heartbreaking tear-jerker of a movie, "A Raisin in the Sun" tells the story of an African-American family that tries to improve their situation with an insurance payout from the death of the father.

This is the movie spawned the classic line "Kiss my grits." In it, a recent widow takes to the road to California with her son, determined to become a singer. Financial hardship gets her only as far as Tucson, where she sings in a lounge and has a few relationships. It's a story of coming into your own, despite where circumstances lead you.

Heroines don't come any stronger than Ripley (Sigourney Weaver), who fights (and fights, and fights) an invasion of aliens from taking over the commercial towing space vehicle she works on.

Aspiring actress Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter) becomes friends with veteran actress Margo Channing (Bette Davis) before completely turning her world upside down in every way. Take it as a cautionary (yet somehow funny) tale of mentoring the wrong up-and-comer.

Auntie Mame (Rosalind Russell) is the fabulous cosmopolitan aunt we all wish we had. Left to raise her late brother's son Patrick, she teaches him how to live a more fabulous life than her staid brother would ever have wanted. It's a musical that is occasionally cheesy, but still so inspiring.

In a movie that was very ahead of its time, Lily Powers (Barbara Stanwyck) escapes a bleak life in Pennsylvania by working her way up the company ladder at a New York City office firm by using her feminine charms and, well, sex. She eventually finds love with the company's handsome heir, but not before it's (possibly) too late.

She's a free spirit, he's an uptight career guy. Can this marriage survive? You'll have to see to find out, but one thing's for sure &mdash Robert Redford and Jane Fonda are a gorgeous couple.

Based on the famous couple, Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty star as Bonnie and Clyde. You know the story: Bonnie runs off with Clyde, robbing banks in the process. They're doomed criminals, but you'll want to go along for the ride.

"Breakfast at Tiffany's" is a movie that changes with age. In your late teens or early twenties, you might fall in love with Holly Golightly's (Audrey Hepburn) style or her seemingly independent nature. But as you get older, you realize it's as much a story about how you just can't outrun your past. Reinvention is more than just a matter of the right necklace and a little money.

Liza Minelli takes a star turn as Sally Bowles, Weimar Republic-era Berlin nightclub entertainer becomes involved in a love triangle while the Nazi Party takes over the country.

A love story set in World War II, Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) has to help his former love Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman) and her rebel husband escape Casablanca before Nazis find the couple. They both fall in love again, which makes a dangerous situation for Ilsa even harder to escape.

If there's a movie that will make you resolve to always trust your gut, it's this one. Paula (Ingrid Bergman) travels to Italy to become an opera star when she meets Gregory Anton (Charles Boyer). They become involved, but things are not what they appear to be. Gregory slowly manipulates Paula into believing she's going insane after she finds an incriminating letter related to her aunt's mysterious death. A surprising bonus to this movie: Seeing an impossibly young Angela Lansbury make her screen debut.

Rita Hayworth is at her peak as Gilda, the wife of a casino owner and the ex-love of a gambler currently in his husband's employ. After her husband dies, she finds herself trapped in a marriage that's the definition of "distrustful." We won't spoil the plot further, but rest assured that Gilda earns the title of the ultimate femme fatale.

Still haven't seen this epic? What are you waiting for? It's hard to put such a masterpiece in a nutshell, but here it goes: This iconic movie is about the transformation of spoiled Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh), who schemes to break up an impending marriage, watches her family fortunes dwindle, falls for the dashing Rhett (Clark Gable), and more, all against a backdrop of the Civil War.


The 50 Classic Movies Every Woman Should See

Because Holly Golightly is a character that reads very differently when you're an adult.

Life can throw all sorts of distractions at you, from career to family. As a result, you might have missed more than a few key films (and a ton of hidden gems). Instead of a Netflix binge, get caught up on the classics, ranging from epic romances to iconic tear-jerkers.

Think back to every nightmare boss you've had. Chances are, they pale in comparison to the sexist, horrible boss that makes life a living hell for three secretaries (Jane Fonda, Lilly Tomlin and Dolly Parton). So they do what any person in this situation does: They kidnap their boss and maybe poison him.

A heartbreaking tear-jerker of a movie, "A Raisin in the Sun" tells the story of an African-American family that tries to improve their situation with an insurance payout from the death of the father.

This is the movie spawned the classic line "Kiss my grits." In it, a recent widow takes to the road to California with her son, determined to become a singer. Financial hardship gets her only as far as Tucson, where she sings in a lounge and has a few relationships. It's a story of coming into your own, despite where circumstances lead you.

Heroines don't come any stronger than Ripley (Sigourney Weaver), who fights (and fights, and fights) an invasion of aliens from taking over the commercial towing space vehicle she works on.

Aspiring actress Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter) becomes friends with veteran actress Margo Channing (Bette Davis) before completely turning her world upside down in every way. Take it as a cautionary (yet somehow funny) tale of mentoring the wrong up-and-comer.

Auntie Mame (Rosalind Russell) is the fabulous cosmopolitan aunt we all wish we had. Left to raise her late brother's son Patrick, she teaches him how to live a more fabulous life than her staid brother would ever have wanted. It's a musical that is occasionally cheesy, but still so inspiring.

In a movie that was very ahead of its time, Lily Powers (Barbara Stanwyck) escapes a bleak life in Pennsylvania by working her way up the company ladder at a New York City office firm by using her feminine charms and, well, sex. She eventually finds love with the company's handsome heir, but not before it's (possibly) too late.

She's a free spirit, he's an uptight career guy. Can this marriage survive? You'll have to see to find out, but one thing's for sure &mdash Robert Redford and Jane Fonda are a gorgeous couple.

Based on the famous couple, Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty star as Bonnie and Clyde. You know the story: Bonnie runs off with Clyde, robbing banks in the process. They're doomed criminals, but you'll want to go along for the ride.

"Breakfast at Tiffany's" is a movie that changes with age. In your late teens or early twenties, you might fall in love with Holly Golightly's (Audrey Hepburn) style or her seemingly independent nature. But as you get older, you realize it's as much a story about how you just can't outrun your past. Reinvention is more than just a matter of the right necklace and a little money.

Liza Minelli takes a star turn as Sally Bowles, Weimar Republic-era Berlin nightclub entertainer becomes involved in a love triangle while the Nazi Party takes over the country.

A love story set in World War II, Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) has to help his former love Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman) and her rebel husband escape Casablanca before Nazis find the couple. They both fall in love again, which makes a dangerous situation for Ilsa even harder to escape.

If there's a movie that will make you resolve to always trust your gut, it's this one. Paula (Ingrid Bergman) travels to Italy to become an opera star when she meets Gregory Anton (Charles Boyer). They become involved, but things are not what they appear to be. Gregory slowly manipulates Paula into believing she's going insane after she finds an incriminating letter related to her aunt's mysterious death. A surprising bonus to this movie: Seeing an impossibly young Angela Lansbury make her screen debut.

Rita Hayworth is at her peak as Gilda, the wife of a casino owner and the ex-love of a gambler currently in his husband's employ. After her husband dies, she finds herself trapped in a marriage that's the definition of "distrustful." We won't spoil the plot further, but rest assured that Gilda earns the title of the ultimate femme fatale.

Still haven't seen this epic? What are you waiting for? It's hard to put such a masterpiece in a nutshell, but here it goes: This iconic movie is about the transformation of spoiled Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh), who schemes to break up an impending marriage, watches her family fortunes dwindle, falls for the dashing Rhett (Clark Gable), and more, all against a backdrop of the Civil War.


The 50 Classic Movies Every Woman Should See

Because Holly Golightly is a character that reads very differently when you're an adult.

Life can throw all sorts of distractions at you, from career to family. As a result, you might have missed more than a few key films (and a ton of hidden gems). Instead of a Netflix binge, get caught up on the classics, ranging from epic romances to iconic tear-jerkers.

Think back to every nightmare boss you've had. Chances are, they pale in comparison to the sexist, horrible boss that makes life a living hell for three secretaries (Jane Fonda, Lilly Tomlin and Dolly Parton). So they do what any person in this situation does: They kidnap their boss and maybe poison him.

A heartbreaking tear-jerker of a movie, "A Raisin in the Sun" tells the story of an African-American family that tries to improve their situation with an insurance payout from the death of the father.

This is the movie spawned the classic line "Kiss my grits." In it, a recent widow takes to the road to California with her son, determined to become a singer. Financial hardship gets her only as far as Tucson, where she sings in a lounge and has a few relationships. It's a story of coming into your own, despite where circumstances lead you.

Heroines don't come any stronger than Ripley (Sigourney Weaver), who fights (and fights, and fights) an invasion of aliens from taking over the commercial towing space vehicle she works on.

Aspiring actress Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter) becomes friends with veteran actress Margo Channing (Bette Davis) before completely turning her world upside down in every way. Take it as a cautionary (yet somehow funny) tale of mentoring the wrong up-and-comer.

Auntie Mame (Rosalind Russell) is the fabulous cosmopolitan aunt we all wish we had. Left to raise her late brother's son Patrick, she teaches him how to live a more fabulous life than her staid brother would ever have wanted. It's a musical that is occasionally cheesy, but still so inspiring.

In a movie that was very ahead of its time, Lily Powers (Barbara Stanwyck) escapes a bleak life in Pennsylvania by working her way up the company ladder at a New York City office firm by using her feminine charms and, well, sex. She eventually finds love with the company's handsome heir, but not before it's (possibly) too late.

She's a free spirit, he's an uptight career guy. Can this marriage survive? You'll have to see to find out, but one thing's for sure &mdash Robert Redford and Jane Fonda are a gorgeous couple.

Based on the famous couple, Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty star as Bonnie and Clyde. You know the story: Bonnie runs off with Clyde, robbing banks in the process. They're doomed criminals, but you'll want to go along for the ride.

"Breakfast at Tiffany's" is a movie that changes with age. In your late teens or early twenties, you might fall in love with Holly Golightly's (Audrey Hepburn) style or her seemingly independent nature. But as you get older, you realize it's as much a story about how you just can't outrun your past. Reinvention is more than just a matter of the right necklace and a little money.

Liza Minelli takes a star turn as Sally Bowles, Weimar Republic-era Berlin nightclub entertainer becomes involved in a love triangle while the Nazi Party takes over the country.

A love story set in World War II, Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) has to help his former love Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman) and her rebel husband escape Casablanca before Nazis find the couple. They both fall in love again, which makes a dangerous situation for Ilsa even harder to escape.

If there's a movie that will make you resolve to always trust your gut, it's this one. Paula (Ingrid Bergman) travels to Italy to become an opera star when she meets Gregory Anton (Charles Boyer). They become involved, but things are not what they appear to be. Gregory slowly manipulates Paula into believing she's going insane after she finds an incriminating letter related to her aunt's mysterious death. A surprising bonus to this movie: Seeing an impossibly young Angela Lansbury make her screen debut.

Rita Hayworth is at her peak as Gilda, the wife of a casino owner and the ex-love of a gambler currently in his husband's employ. After her husband dies, she finds herself trapped in a marriage that's the definition of "distrustful." We won't spoil the plot further, but rest assured that Gilda earns the title of the ultimate femme fatale.

Still haven't seen this epic? What are you waiting for? It's hard to put such a masterpiece in a nutshell, but here it goes: This iconic movie is about the transformation of spoiled Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh), who schemes to break up an impending marriage, watches her family fortunes dwindle, falls for the dashing Rhett (Clark Gable), and more, all against a backdrop of the Civil War.


The 50 Classic Movies Every Woman Should See

Because Holly Golightly is a character that reads very differently when you're an adult.

Life can throw all sorts of distractions at you, from career to family. As a result, you might have missed more than a few key films (and a ton of hidden gems). Instead of a Netflix binge, get caught up on the classics, ranging from epic romances to iconic tear-jerkers.

Think back to every nightmare boss you've had. Chances are, they pale in comparison to the sexist, horrible boss that makes life a living hell for three secretaries (Jane Fonda, Lilly Tomlin and Dolly Parton). So they do what any person in this situation does: They kidnap their boss and maybe poison him.

A heartbreaking tear-jerker of a movie, "A Raisin in the Sun" tells the story of an African-American family that tries to improve their situation with an insurance payout from the death of the father.

This is the movie spawned the classic line "Kiss my grits." In it, a recent widow takes to the road to California with her son, determined to become a singer. Financial hardship gets her only as far as Tucson, where she sings in a lounge and has a few relationships. It's a story of coming into your own, despite where circumstances lead you.

Heroines don't come any stronger than Ripley (Sigourney Weaver), who fights (and fights, and fights) an invasion of aliens from taking over the commercial towing space vehicle she works on.

Aspiring actress Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter) becomes friends with veteran actress Margo Channing (Bette Davis) before completely turning her world upside down in every way. Take it as a cautionary (yet somehow funny) tale of mentoring the wrong up-and-comer.

Auntie Mame (Rosalind Russell) is the fabulous cosmopolitan aunt we all wish we had. Left to raise her late brother's son Patrick, she teaches him how to live a more fabulous life than her staid brother would ever have wanted. It's a musical that is occasionally cheesy, but still so inspiring.

In a movie that was very ahead of its time, Lily Powers (Barbara Stanwyck) escapes a bleak life in Pennsylvania by working her way up the company ladder at a New York City office firm by using her feminine charms and, well, sex. She eventually finds love with the company's handsome heir, but not before it's (possibly) too late.

She's a free spirit, he's an uptight career guy. Can this marriage survive? You'll have to see to find out, but one thing's for sure &mdash Robert Redford and Jane Fonda are a gorgeous couple.

Based on the famous couple, Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty star as Bonnie and Clyde. You know the story: Bonnie runs off with Clyde, robbing banks in the process. They're doomed criminals, but you'll want to go along for the ride.

"Breakfast at Tiffany's" is a movie that changes with age. In your late teens or early twenties, you might fall in love with Holly Golightly's (Audrey Hepburn) style or her seemingly independent nature. But as you get older, you realize it's as much a story about how you just can't outrun your past. Reinvention is more than just a matter of the right necklace and a little money.

Liza Minelli takes a star turn as Sally Bowles, Weimar Republic-era Berlin nightclub entertainer becomes involved in a love triangle while the Nazi Party takes over the country.

A love story set in World War II, Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) has to help his former love Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman) and her rebel husband escape Casablanca before Nazis find the couple. They both fall in love again, which makes a dangerous situation for Ilsa even harder to escape.

If there's a movie that will make you resolve to always trust your gut, it's this one. Paula (Ingrid Bergman) travels to Italy to become an opera star when she meets Gregory Anton (Charles Boyer). They become involved, but things are not what they appear to be. Gregory slowly manipulates Paula into believing she's going insane after she finds an incriminating letter related to her aunt's mysterious death. A surprising bonus to this movie: Seeing an impossibly young Angela Lansbury make her screen debut.

Rita Hayworth is at her peak as Gilda, the wife of a casino owner and the ex-love of a gambler currently in his husband's employ. After her husband dies, she finds herself trapped in a marriage that's the definition of "distrustful." We won't spoil the plot further, but rest assured that Gilda earns the title of the ultimate femme fatale.

Still haven't seen this epic? What are you waiting for? It's hard to put such a masterpiece in a nutshell, but here it goes: This iconic movie is about the transformation of spoiled Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh), who schemes to break up an impending marriage, watches her family fortunes dwindle, falls for the dashing Rhett (Clark Gable), and more, all against a backdrop of the Civil War.


The 50 Classic Movies Every Woman Should See

Because Holly Golightly is a character that reads very differently when you're an adult.

Life can throw all sorts of distractions at you, from career to family. As a result, you might have missed more than a few key films (and a ton of hidden gems). Instead of a Netflix binge, get caught up on the classics, ranging from epic romances to iconic tear-jerkers.

Think back to every nightmare boss you've had. Chances are, they pale in comparison to the sexist, horrible boss that makes life a living hell for three secretaries (Jane Fonda, Lilly Tomlin and Dolly Parton). So they do what any person in this situation does: They kidnap their boss and maybe poison him.

A heartbreaking tear-jerker of a movie, "A Raisin in the Sun" tells the story of an African-American family that tries to improve their situation with an insurance payout from the death of the father.

This is the movie spawned the classic line "Kiss my grits." In it, a recent widow takes to the road to California with her son, determined to become a singer. Financial hardship gets her only as far as Tucson, where she sings in a lounge and has a few relationships. It's a story of coming into your own, despite where circumstances lead you.

Heroines don't come any stronger than Ripley (Sigourney Weaver), who fights (and fights, and fights) an invasion of aliens from taking over the commercial towing space vehicle she works on.

Aspiring actress Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter) becomes friends with veteran actress Margo Channing (Bette Davis) before completely turning her world upside down in every way. Take it as a cautionary (yet somehow funny) tale of mentoring the wrong up-and-comer.

Auntie Mame (Rosalind Russell) is the fabulous cosmopolitan aunt we all wish we had. Left to raise her late brother's son Patrick, she teaches him how to live a more fabulous life than her staid brother would ever have wanted. It's a musical that is occasionally cheesy, but still so inspiring.

In a movie that was very ahead of its time, Lily Powers (Barbara Stanwyck) escapes a bleak life in Pennsylvania by working her way up the company ladder at a New York City office firm by using her feminine charms and, well, sex. She eventually finds love with the company's handsome heir, but not before it's (possibly) too late.

She's a free spirit, he's an uptight career guy. Can this marriage survive? You'll have to see to find out, but one thing's for sure &mdash Robert Redford and Jane Fonda are a gorgeous couple.

Based on the famous couple, Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty star as Bonnie and Clyde. You know the story: Bonnie runs off with Clyde, robbing banks in the process. They're doomed criminals, but you'll want to go along for the ride.

"Breakfast at Tiffany's" is a movie that changes with age. In your late teens or early twenties, you might fall in love with Holly Golightly's (Audrey Hepburn) style or her seemingly independent nature. But as you get older, you realize it's as much a story about how you just can't outrun your past. Reinvention is more than just a matter of the right necklace and a little money.

Liza Minelli takes a star turn as Sally Bowles, Weimar Republic-era Berlin nightclub entertainer becomes involved in a love triangle while the Nazi Party takes over the country.

A love story set in World War II, Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) has to help his former love Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman) and her rebel husband escape Casablanca before Nazis find the couple. They both fall in love again, which makes a dangerous situation for Ilsa even harder to escape.

If there's a movie that will make you resolve to always trust your gut, it's this one. Paula (Ingrid Bergman) travels to Italy to become an opera star when she meets Gregory Anton (Charles Boyer). They become involved, but things are not what they appear to be. Gregory slowly manipulates Paula into believing she's going insane after she finds an incriminating letter related to her aunt's mysterious death. A surprising bonus to this movie: Seeing an impossibly young Angela Lansbury make her screen debut.

Rita Hayworth is at her peak as Gilda, the wife of a casino owner and the ex-love of a gambler currently in his husband's employ. After her husband dies, she finds herself trapped in a marriage that's the definition of "distrustful." We won't spoil the plot further, but rest assured that Gilda earns the title of the ultimate femme fatale.

Still haven't seen this epic? What are you waiting for? It's hard to put such a masterpiece in a nutshell, but here it goes: This iconic movie is about the transformation of spoiled Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh), who schemes to break up an impending marriage, watches her family fortunes dwindle, falls for the dashing Rhett (Clark Gable), and more, all against a backdrop of the Civil War.


The 50 Classic Movies Every Woman Should See

Because Holly Golightly is a character that reads very differently when you're an adult.

Life can throw all sorts of distractions at you, from career to family. As a result, you might have missed more than a few key films (and a ton of hidden gems). Instead of a Netflix binge, get caught up on the classics, ranging from epic romances to iconic tear-jerkers.

Think back to every nightmare boss you've had. Chances are, they pale in comparison to the sexist, horrible boss that makes life a living hell for three secretaries (Jane Fonda, Lilly Tomlin and Dolly Parton). So they do what any person in this situation does: They kidnap their boss and maybe poison him.

A heartbreaking tear-jerker of a movie, "A Raisin in the Sun" tells the story of an African-American family that tries to improve their situation with an insurance payout from the death of the father.

This is the movie spawned the classic line "Kiss my grits." In it, a recent widow takes to the road to California with her son, determined to become a singer. Financial hardship gets her only as far as Tucson, where she sings in a lounge and has a few relationships. It's a story of coming into your own, despite where circumstances lead you.

Heroines don't come any stronger than Ripley (Sigourney Weaver), who fights (and fights, and fights) an invasion of aliens from taking over the commercial towing space vehicle she works on.

Aspiring actress Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter) becomes friends with veteran actress Margo Channing (Bette Davis) before completely turning her world upside down in every way. Take it as a cautionary (yet somehow funny) tale of mentoring the wrong up-and-comer.

Auntie Mame (Rosalind Russell) is the fabulous cosmopolitan aunt we all wish we had. Left to raise her late brother's son Patrick, she teaches him how to live a more fabulous life than her staid brother would ever have wanted. It's a musical that is occasionally cheesy, but still so inspiring.

In a movie that was very ahead of its time, Lily Powers (Barbara Stanwyck) escapes a bleak life in Pennsylvania by working her way up the company ladder at a New York City office firm by using her feminine charms and, well, sex. She eventually finds love with the company's handsome heir, but not before it's (possibly) too late.

She's a free spirit, he's an uptight career guy. Can this marriage survive? You'll have to see to find out, but one thing's for sure &mdash Robert Redford and Jane Fonda are a gorgeous couple.

Based on the famous couple, Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty star as Bonnie and Clyde. You know the story: Bonnie runs off with Clyde, robbing banks in the process. They're doomed criminals, but you'll want to go along for the ride.

"Breakfast at Tiffany's" is a movie that changes with age. In your late teens or early twenties, you might fall in love with Holly Golightly's (Audrey Hepburn) style or her seemingly independent nature. But as you get older, you realize it's as much a story about how you just can't outrun your past. Reinvention is more than just a matter of the right necklace and a little money.

Liza Minelli takes a star turn as Sally Bowles, Weimar Republic-era Berlin nightclub entertainer becomes involved in a love triangle while the Nazi Party takes over the country.

A love story set in World War II, Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) has to help his former love Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman) and her rebel husband escape Casablanca before Nazis find the couple. They both fall in love again, which makes a dangerous situation for Ilsa even harder to escape.

If there's a movie that will make you resolve to always trust your gut, it's this one. Paula (Ingrid Bergman) travels to Italy to become an opera star when she meets Gregory Anton (Charles Boyer). They become involved, but things are not what they appear to be. Gregory slowly manipulates Paula into believing she's going insane after she finds an incriminating letter related to her aunt's mysterious death. A surprising bonus to this movie: Seeing an impossibly young Angela Lansbury make her screen debut.

Rita Hayworth is at her peak as Gilda, the wife of a casino owner and the ex-love of a gambler currently in his husband's employ. After her husband dies, she finds herself trapped in a marriage that's the definition of "distrustful." We won't spoil the plot further, but rest assured that Gilda earns the title of the ultimate femme fatale.

Still haven't seen this epic? What are you waiting for? It's hard to put such a masterpiece in a nutshell, but here it goes: This iconic movie is about the transformation of spoiled Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh), who schemes to break up an impending marriage, watches her family fortunes dwindle, falls for the dashing Rhett (Clark Gable), and more, all against a backdrop of the Civil War.


The 50 Classic Movies Every Woman Should See

Because Holly Golightly is a character that reads very differently when you're an adult.

Life can throw all sorts of distractions at you, from career to family. As a result, you might have missed more than a few key films (and a ton of hidden gems). Instead of a Netflix binge, get caught up on the classics, ranging from epic romances to iconic tear-jerkers.

Think back to every nightmare boss you've had. Chances are, they pale in comparison to the sexist, horrible boss that makes life a living hell for three secretaries (Jane Fonda, Lilly Tomlin and Dolly Parton). So they do what any person in this situation does: They kidnap their boss and maybe poison him.

A heartbreaking tear-jerker of a movie, "A Raisin in the Sun" tells the story of an African-American family that tries to improve their situation with an insurance payout from the death of the father.

This is the movie spawned the classic line "Kiss my grits." In it, a recent widow takes to the road to California with her son, determined to become a singer. Financial hardship gets her only as far as Tucson, where she sings in a lounge and has a few relationships. It's a story of coming into your own, despite where circumstances lead you.

Heroines don't come any stronger than Ripley (Sigourney Weaver), who fights (and fights, and fights) an invasion of aliens from taking over the commercial towing space vehicle she works on.

Aspiring actress Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter) becomes friends with veteran actress Margo Channing (Bette Davis) before completely turning her world upside down in every way. Take it as a cautionary (yet somehow funny) tale of mentoring the wrong up-and-comer.

Auntie Mame (Rosalind Russell) is the fabulous cosmopolitan aunt we all wish we had. Left to raise her late brother's son Patrick, she teaches him how to live a more fabulous life than her staid brother would ever have wanted. It's a musical that is occasionally cheesy, but still so inspiring.

In a movie that was very ahead of its time, Lily Powers (Barbara Stanwyck) escapes a bleak life in Pennsylvania by working her way up the company ladder at a New York City office firm by using her feminine charms and, well, sex. She eventually finds love with the company's handsome heir, but not before it's (possibly) too late.

She's a free spirit, he's an uptight career guy. Can this marriage survive? You'll have to see to find out, but one thing's for sure &mdash Robert Redford and Jane Fonda are a gorgeous couple.

Based on the famous couple, Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty star as Bonnie and Clyde. You know the story: Bonnie runs off with Clyde, robbing banks in the process. They're doomed criminals, but you'll want to go along for the ride.

"Breakfast at Tiffany's" is a movie that changes with age. In your late teens or early twenties, you might fall in love with Holly Golightly's (Audrey Hepburn) style or her seemingly independent nature. But as you get older, you realize it's as much a story about how you just can't outrun your past. Reinvention is more than just a matter of the right necklace and a little money.

Liza Minelli takes a star turn as Sally Bowles, Weimar Republic-era Berlin nightclub entertainer becomes involved in a love triangle while the Nazi Party takes over the country.

A love story set in World War II, Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) has to help his former love Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman) and her rebel husband escape Casablanca before Nazis find the couple. They both fall in love again, which makes a dangerous situation for Ilsa even harder to escape.

If there's a movie that will make you resolve to always trust your gut, it's this one. Paula (Ingrid Bergman) travels to Italy to become an opera star when she meets Gregory Anton (Charles Boyer). They become involved, but things are not what they appear to be. Gregory slowly manipulates Paula into believing she's going insane after she finds an incriminating letter related to her aunt's mysterious death. A surprising bonus to this movie: Seeing an impossibly young Angela Lansbury make her screen debut.

Rita Hayworth is at her peak as Gilda, the wife of a casino owner and the ex-love of a gambler currently in his husband's employ. After her husband dies, she finds herself trapped in a marriage that's the definition of "distrustful." We won't spoil the plot further, but rest assured that Gilda earns the title of the ultimate femme fatale.

Still haven't seen this epic? What are you waiting for? It's hard to put such a masterpiece in a nutshell, but here it goes: This iconic movie is about the transformation of spoiled Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh), who schemes to break up an impending marriage, watches her family fortunes dwindle, falls for the dashing Rhett (Clark Gable), and more, all against a backdrop of the Civil War.


The 50 Classic Movies Every Woman Should See

Because Holly Golightly is a character that reads very differently when you're an adult.

Life can throw all sorts of distractions at you, from career to family. As a result, you might have missed more than a few key films (and a ton of hidden gems). Instead of a Netflix binge, get caught up on the classics, ranging from epic romances to iconic tear-jerkers.

Think back to every nightmare boss you've had. Chances are, they pale in comparison to the sexist, horrible boss that makes life a living hell for three secretaries (Jane Fonda, Lilly Tomlin and Dolly Parton). So they do what any person in this situation does: They kidnap their boss and maybe poison him.

A heartbreaking tear-jerker of a movie, "A Raisin in the Sun" tells the story of an African-American family that tries to improve their situation with an insurance payout from the death of the father.

This is the movie spawned the classic line "Kiss my grits." In it, a recent widow takes to the road to California with her son, determined to become a singer. Financial hardship gets her only as far as Tucson, where she sings in a lounge and has a few relationships. It's a story of coming into your own, despite where circumstances lead you.

Heroines don't come any stronger than Ripley (Sigourney Weaver), who fights (and fights, and fights) an invasion of aliens from taking over the commercial towing space vehicle she works on.

Aspiring actress Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter) becomes friends with veteran actress Margo Channing (Bette Davis) before completely turning her world upside down in every way. Take it as a cautionary (yet somehow funny) tale of mentoring the wrong up-and-comer.

Auntie Mame (Rosalind Russell) is the fabulous cosmopolitan aunt we all wish we had. Left to raise her late brother's son Patrick, she teaches him how to live a more fabulous life than her staid brother would ever have wanted. It's a musical that is occasionally cheesy, but still so inspiring.

In a movie that was very ahead of its time, Lily Powers (Barbara Stanwyck) escapes a bleak life in Pennsylvania by working her way up the company ladder at a New York City office firm by using her feminine charms and, well, sex. She eventually finds love with the company's handsome heir, but not before it's (possibly) too late.

She's a free spirit, he's an uptight career guy. Can this marriage survive? You'll have to see to find out, but one thing's for sure &mdash Robert Redford and Jane Fonda are a gorgeous couple.

Based on the famous couple, Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty star as Bonnie and Clyde. You know the story: Bonnie runs off with Clyde, robbing banks in the process. They're doomed criminals, but you'll want to go along for the ride.

"Breakfast at Tiffany's" is a movie that changes with age. In your late teens or early twenties, you might fall in love with Holly Golightly's (Audrey Hepburn) style or her seemingly independent nature. But as you get older, you realize it's as much a story about how you just can't outrun your past. Reinvention is more than just a matter of the right necklace and a little money.

Liza Minelli takes a star turn as Sally Bowles, Weimar Republic-era Berlin nightclub entertainer becomes involved in a love triangle while the Nazi Party takes over the country.

A love story set in World War II, Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) has to help his former love Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman) and her rebel husband escape Casablanca before Nazis find the couple. They both fall in love again, which makes a dangerous situation for Ilsa even harder to escape.

If there's a movie that will make you resolve to always trust your gut, it's this one. Paula (Ingrid Bergman) travels to Italy to become an opera star when she meets Gregory Anton (Charles Boyer). They become involved, but things are not what they appear to be. Gregory slowly manipulates Paula into believing she's going insane after she finds an incriminating letter related to her aunt's mysterious death. A surprising bonus to this movie: Seeing an impossibly young Angela Lansbury make her screen debut.

Rita Hayworth is at her peak as Gilda, the wife of a casino owner and the ex-love of a gambler currently in his husband's employ. After her husband dies, she finds herself trapped in a marriage that's the definition of "distrustful." We won't spoil the plot further, but rest assured that Gilda earns the title of the ultimate femme fatale.

Still haven't seen this epic? What are you waiting for? It's hard to put such a masterpiece in a nutshell, but here it goes: This iconic movie is about the transformation of spoiled Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh), who schemes to break up an impending marriage, watches her family fortunes dwindle, falls for the dashing Rhett (Clark Gable), and more, all against a backdrop of the Civil War.


The 50 Classic Movies Every Woman Should See

Because Holly Golightly is a character that reads very differently when you're an adult.

Life can throw all sorts of distractions at you, from career to family. As a result, you might have missed more than a few key films (and a ton of hidden gems). Instead of a Netflix binge, get caught up on the classics, ranging from epic romances to iconic tear-jerkers.

Think back to every nightmare boss you've had. Chances are, they pale in comparison to the sexist, horrible boss that makes life a living hell for three secretaries (Jane Fonda, Lilly Tomlin and Dolly Parton). So they do what any person in this situation does: They kidnap their boss and maybe poison him.

A heartbreaking tear-jerker of a movie, "A Raisin in the Sun" tells the story of an African-American family that tries to improve their situation with an insurance payout from the death of the father.

This is the movie spawned the classic line "Kiss my grits." In it, a recent widow takes to the road to California with her son, determined to become a singer. Financial hardship gets her only as far as Tucson, where she sings in a lounge and has a few relationships. It's a story of coming into your own, despite where circumstances lead you.

Heroines don't come any stronger than Ripley (Sigourney Weaver), who fights (and fights, and fights) an invasion of aliens from taking over the commercial towing space vehicle she works on.

Aspiring actress Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter) becomes friends with veteran actress Margo Channing (Bette Davis) before completely turning her world upside down in every way. Take it as a cautionary (yet somehow funny) tale of mentoring the wrong up-and-comer.

Auntie Mame (Rosalind Russell) is the fabulous cosmopolitan aunt we all wish we had. Left to raise her late brother's son Patrick, she teaches him how to live a more fabulous life than her staid brother would ever have wanted. It's a musical that is occasionally cheesy, but still so inspiring.

In a movie that was very ahead of its time, Lily Powers (Barbara Stanwyck) escapes a bleak life in Pennsylvania by working her way up the company ladder at a New York City office firm by using her feminine charms and, well, sex. She eventually finds love with the company's handsome heir, but not before it's (possibly) too late.

She's a free spirit, he's an uptight career guy. Can this marriage survive? You'll have to see to find out, but one thing's for sure &mdash Robert Redford and Jane Fonda are a gorgeous couple.

Based on the famous couple, Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty star as Bonnie and Clyde. You know the story: Bonnie runs off with Clyde, robbing banks in the process. They're doomed criminals, but you'll want to go along for the ride.

"Breakfast at Tiffany's" is a movie that changes with age. In your late teens or early twenties, you might fall in love with Holly Golightly's (Audrey Hepburn) style or her seemingly independent nature. But as you get older, you realize it's as much a story about how you just can't outrun your past. Reinvention is more than just a matter of the right necklace and a little money.

Liza Minelli takes a star turn as Sally Bowles, Weimar Republic-era Berlin nightclub entertainer becomes involved in a love triangle while the Nazi Party takes over the country.

A love story set in World War II, Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) has to help his former love Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman) and her rebel husband escape Casablanca before Nazis find the couple. They both fall in love again, which makes a dangerous situation for Ilsa even harder to escape.

If there's a movie that will make you resolve to always trust your gut, it's this one. Paula (Ingrid Bergman) travels to Italy to become an opera star when she meets Gregory Anton (Charles Boyer). They become involved, but things are not what they appear to be. Gregory slowly manipulates Paula into believing she's going insane after she finds an incriminating letter related to her aunt's mysterious death. A surprising bonus to this movie: Seeing an impossibly young Angela Lansbury make her screen debut.

Rita Hayworth is at her peak as Gilda, the wife of a casino owner and the ex-love of a gambler currently in his husband's employ. After her husband dies, she finds herself trapped in a marriage that's the definition of "distrustful." We won't spoil the plot further, but rest assured that Gilda earns the title of the ultimate femme fatale.

Still haven't seen this epic? What are you waiting for? It's hard to put such a masterpiece in a nutshell, but here it goes: This iconic movie is about the transformation of spoiled Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh), who schemes to break up an impending marriage, watches her family fortunes dwindle, falls for the dashing Rhett (Clark Gable), and more, all against a backdrop of the Civil War.


The 50 Classic Movies Every Woman Should See

Because Holly Golightly is a character that reads very differently when you're an adult.

Life can throw all sorts of distractions at you, from career to family. As a result, you might have missed more than a few key films (and a ton of hidden gems). Instead of a Netflix binge, get caught up on the classics, ranging from epic romances to iconic tear-jerkers.

Think back to every nightmare boss you've had. Chances are, they pale in comparison to the sexist, horrible boss that makes life a living hell for three secretaries (Jane Fonda, Lilly Tomlin and Dolly Parton). So they do what any person in this situation does: They kidnap their boss and maybe poison him.

A heartbreaking tear-jerker of a movie, "A Raisin in the Sun" tells the story of an African-American family that tries to improve their situation with an insurance payout from the death of the father.

This is the movie spawned the classic line "Kiss my grits." In it, a recent widow takes to the road to California with her son, determined to become a singer. Financial hardship gets her only as far as Tucson, where she sings in a lounge and has a few relationships. It's a story of coming into your own, despite where circumstances lead you.

Heroines don't come any stronger than Ripley (Sigourney Weaver), who fights (and fights, and fights) an invasion of aliens from taking over the commercial towing space vehicle she works on.

Aspiring actress Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter) becomes friends with veteran actress Margo Channing (Bette Davis) before completely turning her world upside down in every way. Take it as a cautionary (yet somehow funny) tale of mentoring the wrong up-and-comer.

Auntie Mame (Rosalind Russell) is the fabulous cosmopolitan aunt we all wish we had. Left to raise her late brother's son Patrick, she teaches him how to live a more fabulous life than her staid brother would ever have wanted. It's a musical that is occasionally cheesy, but still so inspiring.

In a movie that was very ahead of its time, Lily Powers (Barbara Stanwyck) escapes a bleak life in Pennsylvania by working her way up the company ladder at a New York City office firm by using her feminine charms and, well, sex. She eventually finds love with the company's handsome heir, but not before it's (possibly) too late.

She's a free spirit, he's an uptight career guy. Can this marriage survive? You'll have to see to find out, but one thing's for sure &mdash Robert Redford and Jane Fonda are a gorgeous couple.

Based on the famous couple, Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty star as Bonnie and Clyde. You know the story: Bonnie runs off with Clyde, robbing banks in the process. They're doomed criminals, but you'll want to go along for the ride.

"Breakfast at Tiffany's" is a movie that changes with age. In your late teens or early twenties, you might fall in love with Holly Golightly's (Audrey Hepburn) style or her seemingly independent nature. But as you get older, you realize it's as much a story about how you just can't outrun your past. Reinvention is more than just a matter of the right necklace and a little money.

Liza Minelli takes a star turn as Sally Bowles, Weimar Republic-era Berlin nightclub entertainer becomes involved in a love triangle while the Nazi Party takes over the country.

A love story set in World War II, Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) has to help his former love Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman) and her rebel husband escape Casablanca before Nazis find the couple. They both fall in love again, which makes a dangerous situation for Ilsa even harder to escape.

If there's a movie that will make you resolve to always trust your gut, it's this one. Paula (Ingrid Bergman) travels to Italy to become an opera star when she meets Gregory Anton (Charles Boyer). They become involved, but things are not what they appear to be. Gregory slowly manipulates Paula into believing she's going insane after she finds an incriminating letter related to her aunt's mysterious death. A surprising bonus to this movie: Seeing an impossibly young Angela Lansbury make her screen debut.

Rita Hayworth is at her peak as Gilda, the wife of a casino owner and the ex-love of a gambler currently in his husband's employ. After her husband dies, she finds herself trapped in a marriage that's the definition of "distrustful." We won't spoil the plot further, but rest assured that Gilda earns the title of the ultimate femme fatale.

Still haven't seen this epic? What are you waiting for? It's hard to put such a masterpiece in a nutshell, but here it goes: This iconic movie is about the transformation of spoiled Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh), who schemes to break up an impending marriage, watches her family fortunes dwindle, falls for the dashing Rhett (Clark Gable), and more, all against a backdrop of the Civil War.


The 50 Classic Movies Every Woman Should See

Because Holly Golightly is a character that reads very differently when you're an adult.

Life can throw all sorts of distractions at you, from career to family. As a result, you might have missed more than a few key films (and a ton of hidden gems). Instead of a Netflix binge, get caught up on the classics, ranging from epic romances to iconic tear-jerkers.

Think back to every nightmare boss you've had. Chances are, they pale in comparison to the sexist, horrible boss that makes life a living hell for three secretaries (Jane Fonda, Lilly Tomlin and Dolly Parton). So they do what any person in this situation does: They kidnap their boss and maybe poison him.

A heartbreaking tear-jerker of a movie, "A Raisin in the Sun" tells the story of an African-American family that tries to improve their situation with an insurance payout from the death of the father.

This is the movie spawned the classic line "Kiss my grits." In it, a recent widow takes to the road to California with her son, determined to become a singer. Financial hardship gets her only as far as Tucson, where she sings in a lounge and has a few relationships. It's a story of coming into your own, despite where circumstances lead you.

Heroines don't come any stronger than Ripley (Sigourney Weaver), who fights (and fights, and fights) an invasion of aliens from taking over the commercial towing space vehicle she works on.

Aspiring actress Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter) becomes friends with veteran actress Margo Channing (Bette Davis) before completely turning her world upside down in every way. Take it as a cautionary (yet somehow funny) tale of mentoring the wrong up-and-comer.

Auntie Mame (Rosalind Russell) is the fabulous cosmopolitan aunt we all wish we had. Left to raise her late brother's son Patrick, she teaches him how to live a more fabulous life than her staid brother would ever have wanted. It's a musical that is occasionally cheesy, but still so inspiring.

In a movie that was very ahead of its time, Lily Powers (Barbara Stanwyck) escapes a bleak life in Pennsylvania by working her way up the company ladder at a New York City office firm by using her feminine charms and, well, sex. She eventually finds love with the company's handsome heir, but not before it's (possibly) too late.

She's a free spirit, he's an uptight career guy. Can this marriage survive? You'll have to see to find out, but one thing's for sure &mdash Robert Redford and Jane Fonda are a gorgeous couple.

Based on the famous couple, Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty star as Bonnie and Clyde. You know the story: Bonnie runs off with Clyde, robbing banks in the process. They're doomed criminals, but you'll want to go along for the ride.

"Breakfast at Tiffany's" is a movie that changes with age. In your late teens or early twenties, you might fall in love with Holly Golightly's (Audrey Hepburn) style or her seemingly independent nature. But as you get older, you realize it's as much a story about how you just can't outrun your past. Reinvention is more than just a matter of the right necklace and a little money.

Liza Minelli takes a star turn as Sally Bowles, Weimar Republic-era Berlin nightclub entertainer becomes involved in a love triangle while the Nazi Party takes over the country.

A love story set in World War II, Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) has to help his former love Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman) and her rebel husband escape Casablanca before Nazis find the couple. They both fall in love again, which makes a dangerous situation for Ilsa even harder to escape.

If there's a movie that will make you resolve to always trust your gut, it's this one. Paula (Ingrid Bergman) travels to Italy to become an opera star when she meets Gregory Anton (Charles Boyer). They become involved, but things are not what they appear to be. Gregory slowly manipulates Paula into believing she's going insane after she finds an incriminating letter related to her aunt's mysterious death. A surprising bonus to this movie: Seeing an impossibly young Angela Lansbury make her screen debut.

Rita Hayworth is at her peak as Gilda, the wife of a casino owner and the ex-love of a gambler currently in his husband's employ. After her husband dies, she finds herself trapped in a marriage that's the definition of "distrustful." We won't spoil the plot further, but rest assured that Gilda earns the title of the ultimate femme fatale.

Still haven't seen this epic? What are you waiting for? It's hard to put such a masterpiece in a nutshell, but here it goes: This iconic movie is about the transformation of spoiled Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh), who schemes to break up an impending marriage, watches her family fortunes dwindle, falls for the dashing Rhett (Clark Gable), and more, all against a backdrop of the Civil War.


The 50 Classic Movies Every Woman Should See

Because Holly Golightly is a character that reads very differently when you're an adult.

Life can throw all sorts of distractions at you, from career to family. As a result, you might have missed more than a few key films (and a ton of hidden gems). Instead of a Netflix binge, get caught up on the classics, ranging from epic romances to iconic tear-jerkers.

Think back to every nightmare boss you've had. Chances are, they pale in comparison to the sexist, horrible boss that makes life a living hell for three secretaries (Jane Fonda, Lilly Tomlin and Dolly Parton). So they do what any person in this situation does: They kidnap their boss and maybe poison him.

A heartbreaking tear-jerker of a movie, "A Raisin in the Sun" tells the story of an African-American family that tries to improve their situation with an insurance payout from the death of the father.

This is the movie spawned the classic line "Kiss my grits." In it, a recent widow takes to the road to California with her son, determined to become a singer. Financial hardship gets her only as far as Tucson, where she sings in a lounge and has a few relationships. It's a story of coming into your own, despite where circumstances lead you.

Heroines don't come any stronger than Ripley (Sigourney Weaver), who fights (and fights, and fights) an invasion of aliens from taking over the commercial towing space vehicle she works on.

Aspiring actress Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter) becomes friends with veteran actress Margo Channing (Bette Davis) before completely turning her world upside down in every way. Take it as a cautionary (yet somehow funny) tale of mentoring the wrong up-and-comer.

Auntie Mame (Rosalind Russell) is the fabulous cosmopolitan aunt we all wish we had. Left to raise her late brother's son Patrick, she teaches him how to live a more fabulous life than her staid brother would ever have wanted. It's a musical that is occasionally cheesy, but still so inspiring.

In a movie that was very ahead of its time, Lily Powers (Barbara Stanwyck) escapes a bleak life in Pennsylvania by working her way up the company ladder at a New York City office firm by using her feminine charms and, well, sex. She eventually finds love with the company's handsome heir, but not before it's (possibly) too late.

She's a free spirit, he's an uptight career guy. Can this marriage survive? You'll have to see to find out, but one thing's for sure &mdash Robert Redford and Jane Fonda are a gorgeous couple.

Based on the famous couple, Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty star as Bonnie and Clyde. You know the story: Bonnie runs off with Clyde, robbing banks in the process. They're doomed criminals, but you'll want to go along for the ride.

"Breakfast at Tiffany's" is a movie that changes with age. In your late teens or early twenties, you might fall in love with Holly Golightly's (Audrey Hepburn) style or her seemingly independent nature. But as you get older, you realize it's as much a story about how you just can't outrun your past. Reinvention is more than just a matter of the right necklace and a little money.

Liza Minelli takes a star turn as Sally Bowles, Weimar Republic-era Berlin nightclub entertainer becomes involved in a love triangle while the Nazi Party takes over the country.

A love story set in World War II, Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) has to help his former love Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman) and her rebel husband escape Casablanca before Nazis find the couple. They both fall in love again, which makes a dangerous situation for Ilsa even harder to escape.

If there's a movie that will make you resolve to always trust your gut, it's this one. Paula (Ingrid Bergman) travels to Italy to become an opera star when she meets Gregory Anton (Charles Boyer). They become involved, but things are not what they appear to be. Gregory slowly manipulates Paula into believing she's going insane after she finds an incriminating letter related to her aunt's mysterious death. A surprising bonus to this movie: Seeing an impossibly young Angela Lansbury make her screen debut.

Rita Hayworth is at her peak as Gilda, the wife of a casino owner and the ex-love of a gambler currently in his husband's employ. After her husband dies, she finds herself trapped in a marriage that's the definition of "distrustful." We won't spoil the plot further, but rest assured that Gilda earns the title of the ultimate femme fatale.

Still haven't seen this epic? What are you waiting for? It's hard to put such a masterpiece in a nutshell, but here it goes: This iconic movie is about the transformation of spoiled Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh), who schemes to break up an impending marriage, watches her family fortunes dwindle, falls for the dashing Rhett (Clark Gable), and more, all against a backdrop of the Civil War.


The 50 Classic Movies Every Woman Should See

Because Holly Golightly is a character that reads very differently when you're an adult.

Life can throw all sorts of distractions at you, from career to family. As a result, you might have missed more than a few key films (and a ton of hidden gems). Instead of a Netflix binge, get caught up on the classics, ranging from epic romances to iconic tear-jerkers.

Think back to every nightmare boss you've had. Chances are, they pale in comparison to the sexist, horrible boss that makes life a living hell for three secretaries (Jane Fonda, Lilly Tomlin and Dolly Parton). So they do what any person in this situation does: They kidnap their boss and maybe poison him.

A heartbreaking tear-jerker of a movie, "A Raisin in the Sun" tells the story of an African-American family that tries to improve their situation with an insurance payout from the death of the father.

This is the movie spawned the classic line "Kiss my grits." In it, a recent widow takes to the road to California with her son, determined to become a singer. Financial hardship gets her only as far as Tucson, where she sings in a lounge and has a few relationships. It's a story of coming into your own, despite where circumstances lead you.

Heroines don't come any stronger than Ripley (Sigourney Weaver), who fights (and fights, and fights) an invasion of aliens from taking over the commercial towing space vehicle she works on.

Aspiring actress Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter) becomes friends with veteran actress Margo Channing (Bette Davis) before completely turning her world upside down in every way. Take it as a cautionary (yet somehow funny) tale of mentoring the wrong up-and-comer.

Auntie Mame (Rosalind Russell) is the fabulous cosmopolitan aunt we all wish we had. Left to raise her late brother's son Patrick, she teaches him how to live a more fabulous life than her staid brother would ever have wanted. It's a musical that is occasionally cheesy, but still so inspiring.

In a movie that was very ahead of its time, Lily Powers (Barbara Stanwyck) escapes a bleak life in Pennsylvania by working her way up the company ladder at a New York City office firm by using her feminine charms and, well, sex. She eventually finds love with the company's handsome heir, but not before it's (possibly) too late.

She's a free spirit, he's an uptight career guy. Can this marriage survive? You'll have to see to find out, but one thing's for sure &mdash Robert Redford and Jane Fonda are a gorgeous couple.

Based on the famous couple, Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty star as Bonnie and Clyde. You know the story: Bonnie runs off with Clyde, robbing banks in the process. They're doomed criminals, but you'll want to go along for the ride.

"Breakfast at Tiffany's" is a movie that changes with age. In your late teens or early twenties, you might fall in love with Holly Golightly's (Audrey Hepburn) style or her seemingly independent nature. But as you get older, you realize it's as much a story about how you just can't outrun your past. Reinvention is more than just a matter of the right necklace and a little money.

Liza Minelli takes a star turn as Sally Bowles, Weimar Republic-era Berlin nightclub entertainer becomes involved in a love triangle while the Nazi Party takes over the country.

A love story set in World War II, Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) has to help his former love Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman) and her rebel husband escape Casablanca before Nazis find the couple. They both fall in love again, which makes a dangerous situation for Ilsa even harder to escape.

If there's a movie that will make you resolve to always trust your gut, it's this one. Paula (Ingrid Bergman) travels to Italy to become an opera star when she meets Gregory Anton (Charles Boyer). They become involved, but things are not what they appear to be. Gregory slowly manipulates Paula into believing she's going insane after she finds an incriminating letter related to her aunt's mysterious death. A surprising bonus to this movie: Seeing an impossibly young Angela Lansbury make her screen debut.

Rita Hayworth is at her peak as Gilda, the wife of a casino owner and the ex-love of a gambler currently in his husband's employ. After her husband dies, she finds herself trapped in a marriage that's the definition of "distrustful." We won't spoil the plot further, but rest assured that Gilda earns the title of the ultimate femme fatale.

Still haven't seen this epic? What are you waiting for? It's hard to put such a masterpiece in a nutshell, but here it goes: This iconic movie is about the transformation of spoiled Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh), who schemes to break up an impending marriage, watches her family fortunes dwindle, falls for the dashing Rhett (Clark Gable), and more, all against a backdrop of the Civil War.


The 50 Classic Movies Every Woman Should See

Because Holly Golightly is a character that reads very differently when you're an adult.

Life can throw all sorts of distractions at you, from career to family. As a result, you might have missed more than a few key films (and a ton of hidden gems). Instead of a Netflix binge, get caught up on the classics, ranging from epic romances to iconic tear-jerkers.

Think back to every nightmare boss you've had. Chances are, they pale in comparison to the sexist, horrible boss that makes life a living hell for three secretaries (Jane Fonda, Lilly Tomlin and Dolly Parton). So they do what any person in this situation does: They kidnap their boss and maybe poison him.

A heartbreaking tear-jerker of a movie, "A Raisin in the Sun" tells the story of an African-American family that tries to improve their situation with an insurance payout from the death of the father.

This is the movie spawned the classic line "Kiss my grits." In it, a recent widow takes to the road to California with her son, determined to become a singer. Financial hardship gets her only as far as Tucson, where she sings in a lounge and has a few relationships. It's a story of coming into your own, despite where circumstances lead you.

Heroines don't come any stronger than Ripley (Sigourney Weaver), who fights (and fights, and fights) an invasion of aliens from taking over the commercial towing space vehicle she works on.

Aspiring actress Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter) becomes friends with veteran actress Margo Channing (Bette Davis) before completely turning her world upside down in every way. Take it as a cautionary (yet somehow funny) tale of mentoring the wrong up-and-comer.

Auntie Mame (Rosalind Russell) is the fabulous cosmopolitan aunt we all wish we had. Left to raise her late brother's son Patrick, she teaches him how to live a more fabulous life than her staid brother would ever have wanted. It's a musical that is occasionally cheesy, but still so inspiring.

In a movie that was very ahead of its time, Lily Powers (Barbara Stanwyck) escapes a bleak life in Pennsylvania by working her way up the company ladder at a New York City office firm by using her feminine charms and, well, sex. She eventually finds love with the company's handsome heir, but not before it's (possibly) too late.

She's a free spirit, he's an uptight career guy. Can this marriage survive? You'll have to see to find out, but one thing's for sure &mdash Robert Redford and Jane Fonda are a gorgeous couple.

Based on the famous couple, Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty star as Bonnie and Clyde. You know the story: Bonnie runs off with Clyde, robbing banks in the process. They're doomed criminals, but you'll want to go along for the ride.

"Breakfast at Tiffany's" is a movie that changes with age. In your late teens or early twenties, you might fall in love with Holly Golightly's (Audrey Hepburn) style or her seemingly independent nature. But as you get older, you realize it's as much a story about how you just can't outrun your past. Reinvention is more than just a matter of the right necklace and a little money.

Liza Minelli takes a star turn as Sally Bowles, Weimar Republic-era Berlin nightclub entertainer becomes involved in a love triangle while the Nazi Party takes over the country.

A love story set in World War II, Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) has to help his former love Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman) and her rebel husband escape Casablanca before Nazis find the couple. They both fall in love again, which makes a dangerous situation for Ilsa even harder to escape.

If there's a movie that will make you resolve to always trust your gut, it's this one. Paula (Ingrid Bergman) travels to Italy to become an opera star when she meets Gregory Anton (Charles Boyer). They become involved, but things are not what they appear to be. Gregory slowly manipulates Paula into believing she's going insane after she finds an incriminating letter related to her aunt's mysterious death. A surprising bonus to this movie: Seeing an impossibly young Angela Lansbury make her screen debut.

Rita Hayworth is at her peak as Gilda, the wife of a casino owner and the ex-love of a gambler currently in his husband's employ. After her husband dies, she finds herself trapped in a marriage that's the definition of "distrustful." We won't spoil the plot further, but rest assured that Gilda earns the title of the ultimate femme fatale.

Still haven't seen this epic? What are you waiting for? It's hard to put such a masterpiece in a nutshell, but here it goes: This iconic movie is about the transformation of spoiled Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh), who schemes to break up an impending marriage, watches her family fortunes dwindle, falls for the dashing Rhett (Clark Gable), and more, all against a backdrop of the Civil War.


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