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5 Bad-Ass Female Characters in Films to watch when you need extra self confidence. #girlboss

by Clarissa Venturi | | boss, empowering, girlboss, girlcrush, goals, rolemodel, strong | 0 Comments

The Bride in Kill Bill
 
 
Uma Thurman plays the Bride in famous Quentin Tarantino's series Kill Bill.
The Bride seeks revenge on a team on assassins and their leader, Bill, after they try to kill her and her unborn baby. She is just amazing and a real bad-ass. She never give up until she reaches what she wants.
 
Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games
 
 
If you look for “courage” in the synonymous dictionary, you are going to find Katniss Everdeen written next to it.
Katniss (played by Jennifer Lawrence) volunteer as a tribute to save her sister from the deadly Hunger Games, and from that moment she proves everyone her braveness, sweetness and incredible strenght.
 
Hermione Granger in Harry Potter
 
 
Hermione Granger (played by Emma Watson) is the best example of how being smart and intellingent can help you solve many situations and save your friends from danger too.
She is determined, smart and strong and she is not afraid to show it !
 
Lara Croft in Tomb Raider
 
 
The first woman that I think of as a true bad-ass is her: Lara Croft (played by Angelina Jolie).
Forever single, living alone, fighting villains just with her own abilities.
She is the perfect role model for all the girls that are scared to make it by themselves.
Train yourself to be able to survive in every situation, and you will be a true Lara Croft!
 
Miranda Priestly in The Devil Wears Prada
 
 
At first, Miranda Priestly (played by Meryl Streep), is seen as the devil, the villain of the situation. If you look at her from another perspective, well she is an inspiration for many carrier women and the type of boss that you would want to have.
She is a boss of the industry, she always expects the best from her employees and she indirectly pushes the new girl, Andy, to do her best to succeed and to gain confidence in herself.
 
Do you agree with our choices?
Let us know in the comments who is your favourite #girlboss from films. And share with us your thoughts!

 

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