Female psychology is a tough nut to crack selected. In that regard, I have selected 18 movies that help you understand the inner world of women. Of course, these films won’t provide answers to all the questions, but they are sure to ease some misunderstandings between the genders.
The movies listed below are very different. Some of them are tragic and serious, and some are humorous and naïve. Nevertheless, each represents a certain side of the mysterious female nature. Try to watch them, and soon you may say that you know what women want.
Bridget Jones’s Diary
Laggies (Say When)
August: Osage County
It seems that the central theme of the film is the uniting and healing powers of family, but then you see that it proves just the contrary; the nearest and dearest are the ones who can hurt you the most. That fact is illustrated by complex relationships between family members brought to life by the wonderful actresses Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts.
Kate & Leopold
We can’t help but mention this cartoon because it is far more than just a story of a tomboy princess and her adolescent riot. It shows us one of the most touching stories of parent-child relationships. This movie will prove that sometimes it is hard to accept other people’s choices. It also shows that even the most remarkable mother can turn into a furious she-bear if she believes her children are being offended.
The plot is quite simple: there are two women with completely opposite priorities, but each of them wants to live a happy life. And the key to that is a loving and reliable partner who will never let his lady down.
You can’t take this story too seriously as it is a comedy designed for having fun, nevertheless, it proves that a glamorous girl can at the same time be a smart, talented, and interesting person. You’d better not underestimate the abilities of women!
What Women Want
Malena is a young widow whose striking appearance enchants men and makes other women hate and envy her. This is a story of beauty that became a real punishment for its owner and brought her only disappointment and grief.