Movies About . . . Women Reel Women Share Stories of Life and Love A Guide to Over 500 Movies Volume 1 by Alexander Law and Susan Winlaw

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movies about womenMovies About Women is an amazing collection of reviews of various movies that have been done with female leads. Law and Winlaw wrote detailed reviews over 500 movies for this book, telling why each one is worth watching. Their reviews span the ages, mentioning some as early as 1937 – A Star is Born, to the present day.

Each movie is labeled so potential viewers know if they are getting a Romantic Comedy, Drama, Biography, Comedy, Fantasy, etc. There are 25 categories to draw from, making it easy for you to pick your favorites from the many.

After reading “Movies About Women”, I’ve added new entries to my Netflix queue. Soon, I’ll be enjoying “Mona Lisa Smile” and “How Stella Got Her Groove Back”. I’m also going to revisit favorites like “Deceived” and “The Pelican Brief”.

“Movies About Women” is a wonderful resource for anyone who loves movies. It is truly a labor of love on the part of the authors and a definitive guide to movies about women.

Five Golden Acorns

© 2012 Dellani Oakes

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About dellanioakes

Dellani Oakes writes mostly romantic suspense novels, but she occasionally dives off the deep end into science fiction, fantasy or historical romance. When she isn't writing, she's editing, marketing or hosting her two Blog Talk Radio broadcasts: Dellani's Tea Time – every second Monday from 4-6 PM Eastern, or What's Write for Me – every fourth Wednesday from 4-6 PM Eastern, on Blog Talk Radio. Dellani's newest book, So Much It Hurts, from Tirgearr Publishing, is available now! Dellani can be found on Facebook, Twitter and her personal blog

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