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In honor of the wonderfulness of Patty Jenkins’ WONDER WOMAN, this group of films has a loose connection of amazing women, including; the incredibly underrated director that Ida Lupino was (THE HITCH-HIKER), a “I’m having more fun than I should be allowed” performance by Glenn Close in THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS, a Marilyn Monroe double feature, one of Julie Andrews’ somewhat less-heralded favorites (for me at least) gems (THE AMERICANIZATION OF EMILY), as well as an extremely late-to-the-party screening of ROGUE ONE.

1.THE HITCH-HIKER (DIR: Ida Lupino) – DVD

THE HITCH-HIKER

THE HITCH-HIKER

 

2. THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS (DIR: Colm McCarthy) – VOD

Glenn Close eats up her role in the zombie film THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS

Glenn Close eats up her role in the zombie film THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS

 

3. RUPTURE (DIR: Steven Shainberg) – VOD

RUPTURE

RUPTURE

 

4. WONDER WOMAN (DIR: Patty Jenkins) – Theater

WONDER WOMAN

WONDER WOMAN

 

5. GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES (DIR: Howard Hawks) – DVD

Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell in Howard Hawks' GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES (Courtesy Photofest)

Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell in Howard Hawks’ GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES (Courtesy Photofest)

 

6. HOW TO MARRY A MILLIONAIRE (DIR: Jean Negulesco) – DVD

Monroe, Grable, Bacall... (HOW TO MARRY A MILLIONAIRE)

Monroe, Grable, Bacall… (HOW TO MARRY A MILLIONAIRE)

 

7. SPLIT (DIR: M. Night Shyamalan) – VOD

 

8. ROGUE ONE (DIR: Gareth Edwards) – VOD

 

9. THE AMERICANIZATION OF EMILY (DIR: Arthur Hiller) – DVD

A fine romance: Julie Andrews and James Garner (THE AMERICANIZATION OF EMILY)

A fine romance: Julie Andrews and James Garner (THE AMERICANIZATION OF EMILY)

 

10. CAPTAIN FANTASTIC (DIR: Matt Ross) – VOD