June’s Bechdel pass

The June movies that passed the Bechdel test. To read a little more about the test, check out my post on women in movies.

The red shoes (1948)

“The red shoes” is a ballet movie from 1948. The movie could probably be seen by all audiences.

This movie made my watch list because it is on Time Out’s list of best movies of all time as ranked by actors.

More about the movie on Wikipedia or IMDb.

Available on Amazon, and a lot of other places.

The wizard of Oz (1939)

“The wizard of Oz” is a partially black-and-white family adventure musical from 1939. The movie can probably be seen by all audiences.

This movie made my watch list because it is on IMDb’s top rated movies list.

More about the movie on Wikipedia or IMDb.

Available on Amazon, and a lot of other places.

To kill a mockingbird (1962)

“To kill a mockingbird” is a black-and-white crime drama from 1962. The movie should probably not be seen by children under 14.

This movie made my watch list because it is on IMDb’s top rated movies list.

More about the movie on Wikipedia or IMDb.

Available on Amazon, and a lot of other places.

Boogie nights (1997)

“Boogie nights” is a drama from 1997. The movie should probably not be seen by children under 18.

This movie made my watch list because it is on Time Out’s list of best movies of all time as ranked by actors.

More about the movie on Wikipedia or IMDb.

Available on Amazon, and a lot of other places.

Inception (2010)

“Inception” is a sci-fi action movie from 2010. The movie should probably not be seen by children under 15.

This movie made my watch list because it is on IMDb’s top rated movies list.

More about the movie on Wikipedia or IMDb.

Available on Amazon, and a lot of other places.

The grapes of wrath (1940)

“The grapes of wrath” is a black-and-white historical drama from 1940 based on the classic novel by John Steinbeck. The movie should probably not be seen by children under 12 without some parental guidance.

This movie made my watch list because it is on IMDb’s top rated movies list.

More about the movie on Wikipedia or IMDb.

Available on Amazon, and some other places.

V for vendetta (2005)

“V for vendetta” is an action thriller from 2005. The movie should probably not be seen by children under 15 without some parental guidance.

This movie made my watch list because it is on IMDb’s top rated movies list.

More about the movie on Wikipedia or IMDb.

Available to buy on Amazon, and probably many other places.

My neighbour Totoro Tonari no Totoro (1988)

“My neighbour Totoro” is a Japanese language animated fanatasy movie from 1988 by the very brilliant Hayao Miyazaki. There is also two versions of the movie dubbed into English. The movie can be seen by all ages.

This movie made my watch list because it is on IMDb’s top movie rating list, and is considered to be one of the best animated movies every by numerous lists and groups.

More about the movie on Wikipedia or IMDb.

Available to buy on Amazon, and probably many other places.

Leon: The Professional (1994)

“Leon: The Professional” is an English language french thriller from 1994. This movie might not be suitable for children under the age of 12.

This movie made the watch list because it was voted one of the best movies of all time by actors from around the world. (For more see Time Out.)

More about the movie on Wikipedia or IMDb.

The movie is available on Amazon, and several other places.