Movies like old classic films. Movies starring great actresses like Kathryn Hepburn, Bette Davis, Meryl Streep. Romantic comedies with Meg Ryan or Sandra Bullock. You name it. I love movies, especially Chick Flicks.
My name is Clara, but you can just call me Clarabela. I started this blog a few years ago to share my love of movies with the world.
The topic is generally ‘chick flicks’, but as you will see, Just Chick Flicks uses a very broad definition of that term.
Why Chick Flicks?
I want to redefine the term ‘chick flick‘ to mean not only movies that feature women in a positive way, but also movies that appeal to women. Just Chick Flicks explores, discusses, and reviews the movies women love, and even some that we hate.
There are movies that touch your heart and appeal to your emotions, movies that focus on women’s issues, movies that help women have better self-images, and movies that entertain us and make us laugh, cry and think.
Yes, sometimes even sci-fi and Kung Fu movies. The definition is limitless. This is the place for movies that women love. The romantic comedies, the tear-jerker, the fairytale fantasies, the movie that stars a gorgeous man. All of them in one place.
And that’s what Just Chick Flicks explores, the world of the CHICK FLICK!
Chick Flicks Essentials
Not only will you get a taste of your favorite romantic comedies, but you will get a hefty dose of the classics, a few musicals some Hollywood hunks (hello, Hugh Jackman!), an action chick flick, and yes, even Star Trek movies. (What, you didn’t know Star Trek movies are chick flicks? Oh yes they are!)
In honor of the many tears I’ve cried at movies, here is a list of some of the saddest chick flicks ever. Which movies bring a tear to your eyes?
No. I don’t wear the pointy ears, have a USS Enterprise uniform, nor can I do that “Live Long & Prosper” Vulcan thing with my fingers. But I love Star Trek. From the original series with William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy to the fantastic reboot, directed by J.J. Abrams.
A review of Penelope, starring Christina Ricci and James McAvoy. This is a very cute romantic movie that has some interesting things to say about beauty and how we can find it in ourselves.
From childhood we are told that if a guy ignores you, is mean to you, treats you badly, doesn’t call you when he says he will, or in any other way acts like a real jerk–Well, it’s obvious, he likes you.
Jackman, who was chosen as People Magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive, redefines rugged manliness as the character “The Drover” in this Australian Chick Flick directed by Baz Luhrman.
If you have not seen this incredible award-winning show on AMC, you are missing one of the best written and best-written series ever! – Catch up with the handsome ad man, Don Draper, and the office politics at Sterling, Cooper, Draper, Pryce.