20 Most Successful Movies With A Female Lead

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    • Ingi0

      Jan 30th 2014, 12:50

      Um what about the Twilight Saga movies? Snow White and the Huntsman? Frozen?

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    • evedallas

      Jan 30th 2014, 15:07

      I don't understand how can you make this list and not include Kristen Stewart. Even if you don't like her you can not rewrite history to suit your agenda.She is the top grossing female lead period at the this point in time. To leave her off this list is a mockery of your whole list. You should have entitled your post "20 Most Succesful Movies With A Female Lead Excluding Kristen Stewart Because We Don't Like Her" that would have made it true.

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    • mcanna15

      Jan 30th 2014, 16:14

      Sorry to be nit-picky, but this Miss Congeniality picture is from the (awful) sequel, Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous. Also, I hate that I know the difference.

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    • anadcosta3

      Jan 31st 2014, 15:30

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    • Hadouken76

      Feb 1st 2014, 0:30

      I'm pretty sure Terminator 2 made a mint.

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    • robertshiloh

      Feb 3rd 2014, 6:38

      I love these types of movies. Downloading movies online is much easier like with downloadsmoviefree.co m for example. beats netxlix imo.

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    • stuartkeane

      Feb 10th 2014, 19:16

      The reason Kristen Stewart isn't in this list is the following. All of the above films were promoted, and well known, for having a female LEAD. On the posters in most cases, the female(s) were advertised alone. No men, no other actors. Twilight doesn't qualify because Stewart was not the lead of this movie. Stewart and Pattinson were duel leads thus it doesn't qualify in the above category. Same for Snow White and the Huntsmen, this was an ensemble film (much like LOTR or Harry Potter) and didn't have just one actor or actress promoting the film. It's not bias from Total Film, it's quite clear what the Feature is about. As for T2, everyone knows Schwarzenegger was the lead here. Linda Hamilton wasn't on the poster. True, she was an iconic female lead but she wasn't the sole advertising point of the film.

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    • Filmsrock

      Feb 16th 2014, 11:59

      Gravity rocks! Where was You`re Next?

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