11 bad-ass Netflix shows to watch on International Women’s Month - Metroscene Mag

Mar 10, 2021 0 comments

Happy Women's Month, ladies! 

To celebrate international women's month, we scoured the depths of Netflix to look for shows and movies that you can watch with your homegirls.

To get you started, we've curated this list of 11 movies and shows on Netflix to watch during this fantastic month.

Enola Holmes

Strangers things star Millie Bobby brown plays the role of Enola Holmes, a young girl that has been left under the care of her brothers— the famous Sherlock Holmes— after her mother left her on her 16th birthday. From adventure to romance, the movie is wild and entertaining in all layers. The movie also emphasized the importance of creating a free, equal, and safe environment for women to top it off. Enola Holmes is a much-needed movie in today's world— better than cinderella.

Queen's Gambit

This coming-of-age series stars Anya Taylor-Joy as Beth Harmon, an orphan who became a bad-ass chess master who dominated the patriarchal sports. Her dynamic adventure introduces us to a world we haven't seen before, and it's the best thing ever!
 

Rhythm and Flow

Who says women can't dominate the hip hop and r&b scene? Well, just look at Bardi B and the rappers who joined this reality music competition. They have proven that girls can rap those bars and take hip-hop music to a whole new level.
 

Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo

This hit Korean, coming-of-age sports drama tells the story of young female weightlifter Kim Bok oo played by Lee Sung Kyung, and her journey to becoming a great athlete while dealing with adolescence. Work and life balance? Girls can do that, of course!
 

Hello, Love Goodbye

If you haven't seen this Kathryn Bernardo-Alden Richards film? Ghul? Where you at? This film tackles the hardship of being torn between reaching for your goals and relationships. Kathryn bernardo's character joy shows us that choosing yourself and creating opportunities is not selfish but a form of uncoditional #selflove.
 

Start-Up

another hit k-drama with another powerful female lead! Seo dal-mi played by Bae Suzy taught us to reach our goals, no matter what it takes! All for her family and her dream to change the world.

Charlie's Angels

The movie reboot starring Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska flexes beauty, brains, and brawn to solve cases. And with Elizabeth Banks as Bosley and the film's director, the movie is a celebration of women empowerment and everything in between.
 

Ocean's 8

Sandra Bullock led Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Rihanna, and Helena Bonham carter. To stage a heist and was not caught at all. Nuff' said.
 

Eat Pray Love

Julia Roberts character Elizabeth Gilbert showed us ways of self-discovery which made us believe in love again.
 

Someone Great

Aspiring music journalist Jenny played by Gina Rodriguez, whose boyfriend for nine years dumps her as soon as she lands her dream job in san francisco. This movie makes us realize that loving yourself is more important. Self-love will bring you to places with a happy heart.
 

Hidden Figures

The series is about three brilliant African American women who overcome bigotry and sexism to become the brains behind the first American launch into space. Nothing beats women sharing their intelligence for the benefit of the people.
 
What are you waiting for? Binge-watch now and time to celebrate being a woman!!!

━━ Written By  Nikki Viola


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