Vote + to improve this toplist's ranking
Report Abuse

Chick Flicks

34 items ranked

Movies you can watch with your significant other - comedies, tragedies and thrillers.

Rated 33 points - posted 12 years ago by pandora in category Movies.
Click on up and down arrows to affect item's ranking
Visit our Movies forum



1.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
Mandingo [1975] Report Abuse
472 points - added 12 years ago by guest - 3 comments
Comments:
If it is not for the prudish, squeamish and/or those offended by interracial sex, not to mention extreme violence that caused an uproar among critics and audiences alike, it is certainly not in any definition of a chick flick that I have ever heard. DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA OF THE DEFINITION OF A CHICK FLICK? MANDINGO IS NOT IT.
Added 12 years ago by pandora, -2 points Vote + to improve this comment's ranking Vote - to decrease this comment's ranking
Since you haven't seen the movie, your opinion is worthless. The story takes place in the Old South in an historical period that "politically correct" critics find to be unpalatable. It's true that, in certain respects, it is more "graphic" than say "Roots", so it may not be suitable viewing for the prudish or squeamish, and/or those offended by interracial sex. But, before you condemn it, see it. Then we might be interested in your opinion.
Added 12 years ago by guest, 2 points Vote + to improve this comment's ranking Vote - to decrease this comment's ranking
According to IMDb, this film starred James Mason, Susan George and Perry King. It was about a slave owner in the 1840s who trains one of his slaves to be a bare-knuckle fighter. Because of all the controversy over the film, vilified by critics and audiences alike, the film has never again been screened to an audience, and, according to IMDb, was never released on DVD. Personally, my opinion is that a film based on the racial hatred and violence depicted here is NOT a chick flick and is ineligible for this list.
Added 12 years ago by pandora, -2 points Vote + to improve this comment's ranking Vote - to decrease this comment's ranking

2.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
Deep Throat [1972] Report Abuse
The ultimate chick flick
430 points - added 12 years ago by guest -

3.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
What A Way To Go! [1964] w/ Dean Martin, Shirley Maclain, & Paul Newman Report Abuse
425 points - added 12 years ago by guest -

4.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
Bells Are Ringing [1960] w/ Dean Martin & Judy Holliday Report Abuse
421 points - added 12 years ago by guest -

5.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
The Long Hot Summer [1958] Report Abuse
Suspected barn burner Ben Quick [Paul Newman] rolls into town and impresses Will Varner [Orson Welles] who would like to get Ben and his daughter Clara [Joanne Woodword - she and Newman married after the completion of the film] together, which they eventually do. The 1985 made-for-TV movie starring steamy Don Johnson as Quick is also worth watching. Newman won Best Actor at Cannes.
297 points - added 12 years ago by pandora -

6.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
Gigi (1958) Report Abuse
274 points - added 12 years ago by guest -

7.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
Sleepless In Seattle (1993) Report Abuse
274 points - added 12 years ago by guest -

8.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
Steel Magnolias (1989) Report Abuse
274 points - added 12 years ago by guest -

9.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
The Snows Of Kilimanjaro [1952] Report Abuse
Adapted from an Ernest Hemingway short story originally published in 1936, the film is often a flashback. Adventurer Gregory Peck is suffering from severe infection in a wound received while in Africa with the goal of climbing Kilimanjaro, fantastic views of which are in the background. He is frequently delirious and reliving his entanglements with Susan Hayward and Ava Gardner. The film had two Oscar nominations.
274 points - added 12 years ago by pandora -

10.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
The Third Man [1949] Report Abuse
A master class in film making and acting [Orson Welles, Joseph Cotton and their love interest Alida Valli], taking place in war-torn Vienna. Fantastic zither score. Love, intrigue, mystery, a famous on-foot pursuit in the huge Vienna sewer system, pathos and heartbreak. Oscar for black-and-white cinematography and the Grand Prix film at Cannes. Consistently voted one of the best films ever made year after year world-wide.
274 points - added 12 years ago by pandora -

11.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
The Hot Spot [1990] Report Abuse
Drifter Harry Maddox [Don Johnson at his smoldering best] carries on with two hot women in a small Texas town - young unmarried good girl Gloria Harper [Jennifer Connelly] and seductive married bad girl Dolly Harshaw [Virginia Madsen]. After bank robbery and murder by Harry, followed by Dolly's blackmail, Harry ends up with the bad girl, commenting that he had found his level.
274 points - added 12 years ago by pandora -

12.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
The Egg and I (1947) Report Abuse
273 points - added 12 years ago by guest -

13.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
Play Misty for Me [1971] Report Abuse
Disc jockey Clint Eastwood [his directorial debut] is caught between an obsessed female fan/stalker [who began by calling the disc jockey and asking him to "Play Misty for me"] and an old girlfriend [Donna Mills] with whom he is attempting to resurrect their old flame. Golden Globe nomination for Best Motion Picture Actress [Jessica Walter as the stalker].
273 points - added 12 years ago by pandora -

14.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
The Bodyguard [1992] Report Abuse
A former Secret Service agent [Kevin Costner] is hired to guard a pop singer [Whitney Houston] who is being stalked. While they develop a deep friendship, they part at the end when he goes on to a new assignment. MTV Movie Awards for Best Movie and Best Movie Song "I Will Always Love You."
272 points - added 12 years ago by pandora -

15.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
What Women Want (2000) Report Abuse
271 points - added 12 years ago by guest -

16.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
The Rose [1979] Report Abuse
This story of the tragic life of a self-destructive rock star, starring Bette Midler as Mary Rose Foster, was modeled after the life of Janis Joplin. 4 Oscar nominations including Midler as Best Actress. Golden Globe won by the song "The Rose."
256 points - added 12 years ago by pandora -

17.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
Intermezzo [1939] Report Abuse
Leslie Howard, a concert violinist, falls in love with his daughter's piano teacher, Ingrid Bergman. He leaves his wife and they tour together. A car accident later changes their destiny. 2 Oscar nominations for black-and-white cinematography and music scoring.
254 points - added 12 years ago by pandora -

18.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
Cat On a Hot Tin Roof [1958] Report Abuse
Alcoholic ex-jock Brick Pollitt [Paul Newman at his best] and his wife Maggie [Elizabeth Taylor - "The Cat"] conflict in this sizzling story of Southern family politics in combination with a steamy plot line of love and rejection, although they get back together in the end. 7 Oscar nominations but no wins.
253 points - added 12 years ago by pandora -

19.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
Hud [1963] Report Abuse
Self-centered, rich and womanizing Hud [Paul Newman] is attracted to his family's middle-aged ranch housekeeper Alma [Patricia Neal]. In the end, the indifferent Hud is left alone at the ranch when Alma leaves after he forces himself on her, his father dies and his idolizing nephew leaves disillusioned. 3 Oscars including Neal for Best Actress. Nomination for Newman for Best Actor.
253 points - added 12 years ago by pandora -

20.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
Last Tango In Paris [1972] Report Abuse
248 points - added 12 years ago by guest -

21.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
A Streetcar Named Desire [1951] Report Abuse
Set in New Orleans, formerly wealthy southern belle Blanche DuBois [Vivien Leigh] moves in with her sister Stella [Kim Hunter] and is exposed to the derisive attentions of brutish brother-in-law Stanley Kowalski [Marlon Brando]. Eventually Stanley, who has discovered her sordid past, has his way with her and she descends into madness. 4 Oscars, including Leigh for Best Actress, and 8 other nominations.
244 points - added 12 years ago by pandora -

22.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
Duel in the Sun [1946] Report Abuse
Pearl Chavez [Jennifer Jones] is attracted to womanizing Lewt McCanles [Gregory Peck]. After a stormy relationship, they have a shootout in the desert. Both mortally wounded, they crawl to each other and die in each other's arms. Nicknamed "Lust in the Dust" the film had 2 Oscar nominations, including Jones as Best Actress.
242 points - added 12 years ago by pandora -

23.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
Out of Africa [1985] Report Abuse
Based on a true story, a Danish plantation owner in Africa [Meryl Streep] falls in love with a big-game hunter/adventurer [Robert Redford], who returns her affection but resists domestic life with her. He later dies in a plane crash, she buries him on her plantation and then leaves Africa. 7 Oscars including Best Picture, and a nomination for Streep as Best Actress. Received another 22 various awards and 16 nominations.
236 points - added 12 years ago by pandora -

24.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
Gone With the Wind [1939] Report Abuse
During the Civil War and its aftermath, Scarlett O'Hara [Vivien Leigh] and Rhett Butler [Clark Gable] make several connections over the years and eventually marry. It doesn't last long, and in the final scene Rhett leaves, saying "Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn." Ever optimistic, Scarlett's last words are "After all, tomorrow is another day." 8 Oscars, including Best Film and Leigh for Best Actress.
235 points - added 12 years ago by pandora -

25.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
Breakfast at Tiffany's [1961] Report Abuse
Madcap Holly Golightly [Audrey Hepbun] becomes involved with a writer [George Peppard] for a happy ending. Oscars for the score [it also won a Grammy] and for the song "Moon River." Nomination for Hepburn as Best Actress.
234 points - added 12 years ago by pandora -

26.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
The Way We Were [1973] Report Abuse
After several years political activist Barbra Streisand runs into old college friend Robert Redford. After marriage, a child and a divorce, they run into each other again years later and briefly remember "the way they were." Oscar and Golden Globe for the song "The Way We Were." Oscar nomination for Streisand for Best Actress.
233 points - added 12 years ago by pandora -

27.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) Report Abuse
224 points - added 12 years ago by guest -

28.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
Father of the Bride [1991] Report Abuse
209 points - added 12 years ago by guest -

29.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
Bell, Book and Candle [1958] Report Abuse
Kim Novak is a modern day witch who enchants James Stewart away from his fiance to spite her and ends up falling in love with him, putting her powers in danger of being exorcised.
204 points - added 12 years ago by pandora -

30.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
Splendor in the Grass [1961] Report Abuse
Natalie Wood's love for high school sweetheart Warren Beatty [from the town's most powerful family] results in heartbreak and eventual madness. Oscar for Best Screenplay and nomination for Wood as Best Actress.
202 points - added 12 years ago by pandora -

31.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
Roman Holiday [1953] Report Abuse
An incognito princess [Audrey Hepburn] escapes her entourage and has a abrief fling with an American newsman [Gregory Peck] in the gorgeous background of Rome, Italy. 3 Oscars including Best Actress.
202 points - added 12 years ago by pandora -

32.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
Intimacy Report Abuse
Watch that! Best erotic movie ever to watch with your friend!
10 points - added 10 years ago by guest -

33.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
The Dreamers Report Abuse
Best movie by Bernardo Bertolucci, the master of erotic suspense!
9 points - added 10 years ago by guest -

34.

Vote + to improve this item's ranking
Vote - to decrease this item's ranking
The Ugly Truth Report Abuse
I honestly wouldn' want to watch a romance of epic proportions. Unless the dude had a hankering for it.
-33 points - added 12 years ago by guest -
ShareRanks is about ranking things that are top, most, greatest, or even worst in all categories.
Use arrows to rank one item in Chick Flicks vs another.
Top 10 Chick Flicks are especially marked