I’m sick of Hollywood re-imagining classic movies with predominantly male casts and simply replacing the roles with females and while bringing nothing new to the table.
Let’s quit making movies 77% as good as their male counterparts and instead refresh some female-led movies to make them 23% better! Here are some classics that desperately need a male re-imagining (despite how click baity that sentence was I won’t make you click to a different page to see each one!):
- Sex and the City
- Pretty Woman
- Little Women
- Legally Blonde
- Atomic Blonde
- Miss Congeniality
- Steel Magnolias
- Mean Girls
- Thelma and Louise
- There’s Something About Mary
- Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants
- A League Of Their Own
- Ghostbusters 2016
That Girl From The Bus
Sandy Bullocks is at her best as a wing man. The only movie she leads in that is worth any praise is THE NET! I can never get enough of that sweet 90’s internet-speak. Even the Costanza’s are big fans:
Sandy is at her best in a support role. She rocks in Speed, Demolition Man, Speed 2: Cruise Control, and ugh, what else is she in? Man, I’m really talking out of my butt here.
Oh yeah, she’s in Gravity! That one was kinda cool. But don’t be fooled into thinking George Clooney is anything but the lead in that movie.
Hold on a second…
Possible Connection Between Gravity and Ocean’s 11?
Is there a crossover between these 2 gigantic movie universes? In the Ocean’s extended universe, Sandy is George Clooney’s sister right? So did Clooney survive space? Maybe that was his biggest heist of all! He faked his own death and met Julie Roberts on Mars to live alone with all of their stolen riches. Classic Clooney.
Ocean’s 8 takes place before Gravity. Sandy thinks he is dead and in the Ocean’s 8 sequel, she and the gals plan a space heist against NASA. It won’t bring your brother back Sandy, just let it go.
Women Need Better Representation In 90’s Wrestling Promo Videos!
I’d like to see a woman do this justice:
Well, Goldust might be a poor example. He’s kind of fruity. But you get my point.