8. The Color Purple (in 1985)
You will find that when Celie ultimately leaves her husband as well as getting the life that this woman has always deserved, it is enough empowerment for every single woman all around the world.
9. The Devil Wears Prada (in 2006)
It does not end with the girl getting the guy, but instead, she learned more about herself as well as accepting change. It surely leaves behind the stereotypes which most films perpetuate.
10. The Way, Way Back (in 2013)
Are you a single mother who is raising your daughter alone from when she was born? Were you in an unhealthy relationship at the time you saw the movie and did you call off your engagement shortly afterward to have enjoyed your life since? Some of you may be inspired to do so after watching this film.
11. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (in 2004)
Have you been with one person for a long time? Also, is the next thing you know that everything is over? Then, the best thing that is likely to happen to you is, the brain blocks out each of the memories that you shared with that person.
12. The Last Five Years (in 2014)
This musical shows how terrible married life can be. This fantastic movie should be one of your all-time favorites.
13. The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (in 2004)
The movie will teach you how strong women can be without a man next to them. It also showed your stress of trying to search for the perfect person as well as the struggles of relationships.
14. Hedwig and the Angry Inch (in 2001)
It will teach you that you do not need to ‘find your other half’. Change the way that you perceive yourself, instead.