Fun Fact: 246 million people in the U.S. and Canada went to the cinema at least once last year? Yes, MILLION - with 6 zeros. That’s nearly 71% of the entire U.S./Canada population in 2016!
According to the Motion Picture Association of America, in 2016 the movie industry reached 11.4 billion dollars in sales, experiencing a 2% growth from the year before.
So what is it that draws all of these people to the cinema each year?
Perhaps it's a combination of curiosity and empathy.
I have always enjoyed watching movies. I am fascinated by being invited into these characters’ realities, following their journeys, and allowing myself to learn with them along the way.
Being able to visualize and identify with characters as they work through challenges, discover and embrace their positive and negative characteristics, and watch as they navigate through difficult situations can inspire us to become more aware of these aspects in our own lives. Bringing us a level of heightened personal awareness and self-reflection that can be a powerful and transformative tool!
I am excited (and a bit nervous) to share a couple of my favorite movies with you!
Each of these movies feature great female leads or female supporting roles and are listed in no particular order. I have learned from each these characters experiences and adventures, and I sincerely believe I am better because of them.
Just to name a few! Those 10 are without a doubt some of my favorites, but there are more where those came from.
Are there any movies with leads, both female and male, that you personally connect with, or have learned something from? Share it with us in the comment box below so we can all check it out!
9/22/2017 11:04:33 am
I love these. Girl, Pride and Prejudice!!!! I knew that one was going to make it. I am surprised that you have some of my other favorites like Diary of a Mad Black Woman and Something New. I love this blog.
9/22/2017 11:21:45 am
Brittni! This makes me so happy! Pride and Prejudice is sooo good for sooo many reasons. And same for Diary of a Mad Black Woman and Something New!
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