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Zora's Hall Of Female Fame

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People who added this item 5368 Average listal rating (3691 ratings) 8.1 IMDB Rating 8.3
Amélie (2001)
Of course, Amelie should be the first one here. She is admirable, peculiar, quirky, odd and fun to watch, everything anyone can ask for in a memorable character and performance.

I like Amelie because, even though she doesn't exactly "relate" to people and was lonely most of her life she did not turn bitter. She helps people, because, why not? She has fun with her life, because, life is short! She is sort of like a superhero now that I think about it...just without ridiculous tights and capesXD
Also, her thought pattern is most amusing:)

Narrator: Amélie still seeks solitude. She amuses herself with silly questions about the world below, such as "How many people are having an orgasm right now?"
[scenes of various orgasms taking place]
Amélie: Fifteen.

----Performance by Audrey Tautou is absolutely incredible. She is already a legend thanks to this and, who else could have really done it any better? She is absolutely adorable.


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People who added this item 1890 Average listal rating (1345 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 7.8
Bones (2005)
I absolutely love every single main character in this show. All of them.
However, certainly the most famous name is Temperance Brennan, finally a good female character in a crime series who does not make me cringe in desperation or is just ultimately forgettable.
First of all, I have nothing bad to say against this character whatsoever so let's get right onto the praising, as I simply must share mah adoration.
I love how intelligent and rational she is to the point of social nativity which serves to be both humorous and really likeable.
But of course, watching her in action both at her field of expertise and on the field with Booth is more than rewarding and interesting.
The change her character undergoes after meeting Booth is also quite good, as she goes from completely jaded to somewhat less jaded and finally acknowledges the less logical side of herself. Emotional drama accompanying her character is, for me, always well done as I think her rare heavy emotional moments truly speak to the audience.
I also really like how she can brag all she wants without sounding at all like she's bragging (but it's really not her intention to brag anyway which is even better) and just her overall attitude on life, as she even manages to lighten up her depressed apprentice with a few choice life wisdoms.
And finally, her willingness to sometimes change or modify her otherwise strong opinions as she learns about things she had no idea about before.

Praises for this go, of course, to the writers but also to Emily Deschanel who embodies this character perfectly and has created a memorable performance which must be remembered even long after the series end.

Brennan: Two plus two equals four. I put sugar in my coffee and it tastes sweet. The sun comes up because the world turns. These things are beautiful to me. There are mysteries I will never understand, but everywhere I look I see proof that for every effect there is a corresponding cause. Even if I can't see it. I find that reassuring.

“Just because I have breasts doesn't mean I have magical powers over infants.”

"Anthropology teaches us that the alpha male is the man wearing the crown, displaying the most colorful plumage, and shiniest bobbles. He stands out from the others. But I now think that anthropology may have it wrong. And working with Booth, I've come to realize, that the quiet man, the invisible man, the man who is always there, for friends and family...that's the real alpha male. And I promise that my eyes will never be caught by those shiny bobbles again. Happy Birthday Booth."

Booth: Reason for wanting a gun?

Bones: To shoot people.

Booth: Not a good response.

Bones: It’s the truth!

Booth: You know, I’m writing 'self defence in the performance of my duties pursuing suspected felons as contracted out to the FBI...'

Bones: ..'so I can shoot them'.

"People assume that because you're alone you must be lonely, like most assumptions it's erroneous."

"Objectively, I'd say I'm very smart, though it has nothing to do with my ass."

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People who added this item 488 Average listal rating (244 ratings) 6.9 IMDB Rating 6.7
Cracks (2009)

Miss G is a mystery, she is who the girls look up to and the one with such a fine charisma she can deceive with such ease, so much so, she almost believes it herself. Her exciting persona is enchanting while the real person underneath is a vulnerable mess of anxieties, false hopes and ruined dreams. A delusional woman with only so much joy which she can only get through pretense. I love this character.

Miss G: Girls, we are angels, eagles! To dive is to fly. Set yourself free of the shackles of conformity. Let nothing hold you back except the air itself. You are between heaven and earth. The rules no longer apply.

Miss G: The most important thing in life is desire. You can achieve anything you want. The world is yours for the taking. Nothing is impossible for you, my girls. All you need is to desire it.

And, perhaps the saddest thing about these words is that they can never become reality for her. She is tied down so much that despite her big dreams she can never live them. Eva Green's interpretation of this tragic character shines with brilliant talent and devotion to her craft. She plays an actor wonderfully and makes both sides of Miss G equally believable.

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People who added this item 1066 Average listal rating (610 ratings) 7.6 IMDB Rating 7.5
Love this character, watching her kick ass in the most subtly badass way possible was one of the most rewarding experiences on film I've yet had the chance to see.
Okay so, a great injustice had been done to her. It's all well and good, as she's sent to prison, manages to help a bunch of ladies who in turn help her when she gets out of prison. Marvelous.
Staging the most awesome revenge is next, and man, is it awesome. Brilliant, simple and effective, see it, you'll love it.
As for something else about her, obviously I love her intelligence, strength, and unwavering determination.

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People who added this item 1302 Average listal rating (742 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 7.2
Audition (1999)
Asami Yamazaki

I think it's always great to see someone innocent looking commit crimes most henious. I like Asami because she has a truly frightening vibe and she's like a quiet little domina who you'd never suspect holds such power over her victims. However less fun it would be to meet such a character in a dark alley it certainly is entertaining on screen. I didn't go much into why she's like that so I don't have much else to say, I might've been too distracted by gore and wonder but I guess it's hurt me, I hurt you back kind of a deal. But after all it may just be a lack of good reason that's the scary part.

"Words create lies. Pain can be trusted."

"I never felt unhappy... Because I have been unhappy all the time. "
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People who added this item 21 Average listal rating (10 ratings) 5.4 IMDB Rating 4.6
Tomie will never die!

She first appeared as Tomie in Junji Ito's manga as the titular character.
Supposedly he found the regeneration of a lizard's tail fascinating and so he wanted to create a character with the same abilities. And alluring, mysterious, vengeful and beyond this world Tomie, was born.
She is cursed with the, so far, unexplained power of great appeal to men (and in movies also women) who, in a fit of inevitble jelaousy, always end up killing her.
However, Tomie always comes back.
It's not quite easy to understand this character as there are a lot of shitty movies with their own interpretations of this character and a manga with it's own in turn. What's universally known about her though is that she is vain, manipulative and cocky.
Since she is condemned to suffer I guess there's no real reason why she should restrict herself from being a bitch. People do always give her a good old fashioned phun thyme murder so, yeah.
She is interesting though, as she is the finest at manipulation, and mysterious, as her true origin is yet to be revealed. So far, she destroys everything around herself and continues to exist in the most awesome albeit also the most painful way possible.
Whatever you might think of her, she is a name you should never forget should you decide to enter the wonderful world of horror.

"A pretty girl can make any outfit look marvelous. There's no better pleasure than to live as a beauty." manga Tomie

"Boys are worthless creatures." From Tomie: Beginning

"So just because you're ugly, you want everyone else to be like you? An egomaniac and a fool!" manga Tomie

"Men are so stupid! And all men everywhere should just die!" From Tomie: Revenge

All Tomie portrayals I've seen so far have been less than average except for Tomie: Unlimited's actress who did a little above average. All movies are laughably bad but definitely not without merit, as Tomie is a character you simply can't resist.

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Lisbeth Salander is probably currently the most popular female character among crowds of fans, both the book and the movie.
I haven't read the book, naturally, because I like my brain cells dead so I've only seen the movie.
But I liked the character a lot. She is very strong and intelligent, somewhat fiery and rebellious. If she were a music genre she'd be punk.
I also love how she is obviously emotionally vulnerable yet trying to hide it and whatever past pains trouble her.
And of course, she's the one who saves the day. Love it.

Mikael Blomkvist: [about Martin Vanger] For fuck's sake, Lisbeth. His father trained him to murder at age sixteen. Anyone would be sick in the head with that kind of upbringing.
Lisbeth Salander: Shut up about the victimizisation! He almost killed you. He raped and murdered and he enjoyed it. He had the same chance as us to choose what he wanted to be. He was no victim. He was a sadistic motherfucker who hated women.

Noomi Rapace is the perfect Lisbeth, as per my friend who did read the books, and as for me, I couldn't agree more since she is great in the movie. She has that vibe, something that tells you that's it and it can't be anyone else.
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People who added this item 2167 Average listal rating (1360 ratings) 6.9 IMDB Rating 7.1
Hard Candy (2006)
Hayley Stark is utterly insane. And sorta young. What I think about Asami is certainly true of this character too as I really do think it creates a nice frightening character to have them look innocent only to snap and reveal themselves to be insane. This is probably why it's so popular to have evil bunnies in horror. Nobody ever suspects the bunny.
I love it that they kept her seemingly young because, if they went with what they wanted to go with and made her eighteen it certainly would diminish how fucked up this movie is. And, as I said in my favorite movies list, I loveee to see pedos on the chopping table so, cheers for Hayley.

"Well, 4 out of 5 doctors agree that I am actually insane."

"Was I born a cute, vindictive, little bitch or... did society make me that way? I go back and forth on that... "

"Wow... You know, that is so thoughtful! You are speaking to me so selflessly! I mean, you just don't want me to castrate you for my own benefit? Wow, I'm touched. Jeff, why don't we imagine someone saying the same thing to you at a random moment? Imagine that when you downloaded this little girl... I was sitting by your side, saying, "Stop, don't do that to yourself." Would you have listened? "Stop. Don't do that to yourself."

"Who? The pedophiles! 'Oh, she was so sexy. She was asking for it.' 'She was only technically a girl, she acted like a woman.' It's just so easy to blame a kid, isn't it! Just because a girl knows how to imitate a woman, does NOT mean she's ready to do what a woman does. I mean, you're the grown up here. If a kid is experimenting and says something flirtatious, you ignore it, you don't encourage it! If a kid says 'Hey, let's make screwdrivers!' You take the alcohol away, and you don't race them to the next drink! "

"I shouldn't have teased you. I shouldn't have made you think there was a way out of this. "

"I am every little girl you ever watched, touched, hurt, screwed, killed. "

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Clementine Kruczynski is a troubled woman, has a low self esteem, is extremely impulsive and hot tempered. And yet, all of that makes her one of the most lovable characters I have ever encountered in a movie. Because, she does not think she is beautiful, she hides her insecurities by being a strong fire. The changes she makes to her hair color remind of a desperate need for something different, something new and fresh because even something new, in her eyes, very soon grows old and stale. She is desperate to live and so she moves constantly, swims with the sea which sometimes breaks her down. She gravitates to the one she loves only when he is once again, something new. I think, the way she is, she can only seek novelty and thus be, at least in relationships, unhappy. All of this is interesting and lovable, at least for me.

Clementine: You know me, I'm impulsive.
Joel: That's what I love about you.

Patrick: Baby, whats wrong?
Clementine: I don't know! I DON'T KNOW! I'm lost! I'm scared! I feel like I'm disappearing! MY SKIN'S COMING OFF! I'M GETTING OLD! Nothing makes any sense to me! NOTHING MAKES ANY SENSE!

Clementine: HEY! Lets go out dancing! You want to go out to Montauk with me?
Patrick: Montauk?
Clementine: Yeah, NO! Come out to Boston with me!
Patrick: Sure, we can go next weekend.
Clementine: NO! Now! Now! I have to go see the frozen Charles NOW!

Clementine: Look man, I'm telling you right off the bat I'm high maintenance. So I'm not gonna tip-toe around your marriage or whatever it is ya got goin' on there. If you wanna be with me, you're with me.
Joel: Okay.

Clementine: Joely?
Joel: Yeah Tangerine?
Clementine: Am I ugly?
Joel: Uh-uh.
Clementine: When I was a kid, I thought I was. I can't believe I'm crying already. Sometimes I think people don't understand how lonely it is to be a kid, like you don't matter. So, I'm eight, and I have these toys, these dolls. My favorite is this ugly girl doll who I call Clementine, and I keep yelling at her, "You can't be ugly! Be pretty!" It's weird, like if I can transform her, I would magically change, too.
Joel: [kisses Clementine] You're pretty.
Clementine: Joely, don't ever leave me.
Joel: You're pretty... you're pretty... pretty...

Joel: I can't see anything that I don't like about you.
Clementine: But you will! But you will. You know, you will think of things. And I'll get bored with you and feel trapped because that's what happens with me.
Joel: Okay.
Clementine: [pauses] Okay.

Kate Winslet performs, as always, passionately and without a single flaw. I think she could very well be anyone and anything on screen, her talent is amazing.

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People who added this item 1474 Average listal rating (837 ratings) 7.1 IMDB Rating 7.1
Kathy is not especially quirky, or odd or peculiar. She is in a type of movie where I can't say it was fun to watch her because sometimes it was painful due to the topic being portrayed.

Now, I like Kathy because she is suffering so much yet she keeps on going. Even when her dreams are shattered she is not the one who succumbs to pain. From the moment she found out what would happen to her she did not let that fact destroy her and even after seeing many of her companions die she remains strong.

For this, she might appear to be a robot and in the hands of someone without talent that would have happened but Carey Mulligan lets us know that she is vulnerable underneath it all and just, human.

"I come here and imagine that this is the spot where everything I've lost since my childhood is washed out. I tell myself, if that were true, and I waited long enough then a tiny figure would appear on the horizon across the field and gradually get larger until I'd see it was Tommy. He'd wave. And maybe call. I don't know if the fantasy go beyond that, I can't let it. I remind myself I was lucky to have had any time with him at all. What I'm not sure about, is if our lives have been so different from the lives of the people we save. We all complete. Maybe none of us really understand what we've lived through, or feel we've had enough time. "

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People who added this item 3529 Average listal rating (2435 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 7.7
Summer Finn.
She is the type of person I really like, she knows life is short and likes to have fun, she is a realist, very charismatic and also, you can tell she has a vulnerable side. She did tell him though, she did tell him she is not ready for anything serious! It was interesting to see her go from happy to feeling extremely pressured and unhappy.
Summer feels like a human character to me even though she is called a robot at one pointXD; the fact is, you can sympathize with her feelings towards her parents' divorce and her subsequent feelings towards relationships.

Zooey Deschanel is wonderful as Summer, she brings out her apparent realistic and cold nature along well with her contrasting playfulness and charisma. And all that without ever overacting. Some may accuse Zooey of not knowing how to act or always underplaying but I think her subtlety is most awarding to experience.

Tom: Look, we don't have to put a label on it. That's fine. I get it. But, you know, I just... I need some consistency.
Summer: I know.
Tom: I need to know that you're not gonna wake up in the morning and feel differently.
Summer: And I can't give you that. Nobody can.

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People who added this item 89 Average listal rating (51 ratings) 6.3 IMDB Rating 6.6
Numb (2008)
Sara Harrison was an endless source of amusement who managed to brighten the situation throughout the movie. She has shown incredible understanding and devotion to the one she loves and was prepared to live with a person who can never really "be there" for her even though that is exactly what she desires from a person she loves. He tries but it is a rather cold relationship unless you dig deep to find some warmth and she can and will do that. Still, by no means will her attraction to this particular man completely overcome who she is. Sara gives Hudson a "reality check" which ultimately saves him.

Sarah: I want to know that if my limbs fall off we'd still be together no matter what. And when he says my name it sounds different in his mouth. You know? Like it's safe there. Or, I put on perfume and he puts on cologne and we go out and we can smell each other. Or that he can make me smile when I'm tired. That's a big one. That when you tell them something that you're scared to tell them because you're afraid they'll stop loving you. But when you tell them, it actually makes them love you more. You tell them that you like their shirt and they end up wearing it everyday. The greatest example of this is my grandparents. My grandmother has arthritis in her hands and she can't bend down to paint her toes so my grandfather does it for her all the time. Even though he has arthritis in his hands too.

I can't believe how cheesy this quote sounds and still, I like it. There is something about Lynn Collins' performance which just blew me away. She made this sound honest and wonderful, like it's something you would want and like it exists. Almost all her performances are appealing but Sara I love because she is just so full of love.


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People who added this item 3303 Average listal rating (2029 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.3
I can only judge the character of Susanna Kaysen according to this movie because I have not yet read the book. What I think of her, and why I like her, is that she was misguided, lost and thus of vulnerable mind. Since her parents are shown to be rather, well, without any authority, and as it is, in her eyes the world sucks. Just as Lisa remarked, what Suzanna is, everybody is. I say, not everybody, but certainly a great deal of people battles uncertainty, pressure, acts on impulse and has no sense of self preservation. Because people tend to lose track of who they are and of what they want or are simply tired. Borderline is just that but somewhat amplified. What she overcomes is this unbearable melancholy, a distant state of mind something black and suffocating inside of her she once tried to kill. She realizes, because she is no idiot, with just one glance at death that she does not want to get stuck in a dark, lonely and miserable place. She finds strength to overcome the illness which plagued her mind and continue living.

Susanna: [narrating] Have you ever confused a dream with life? Or stolen something when you have the cash? Have you ever been blue? Or thought your train moving while sitting still? Maybe I was just crazy. Maybe it was the 60's. Or maybe I was just a girl... interrupted.

Valerie: What would you have said to her?
Susanna: I don't know. That I was sorry. That I will never know what it was like to be her. But I know what it's like to want to die. How it hurts to smile. How you try to fit in but you can't. You hurt yourself on the outside to try to kill the thing on the inside.
Valerie: Susanna, it's all well and good to tell me all this; but you gotta tell some of this to your doctors.
Susanna: How the hell am I supposed to recover when I don't even understand my disease?
Valerie: But you do understand it. You spoke very clearly about it a second ago. But I think what you've gotta do is put it down. Put it away. Put it in your notebook, but get it out of yourself. Away so you can't curl up with it anymore.
Susanna: Lisa thinks it's a gift. That it lets you see the truth.
Valerie: Lisa's been here for 8 years.
Susanna: [crying] I'm so sorry. I was a bitch. I was a bitch.
Valerie: Don't drop anchor here, you understand?
Susanna: [narrating] When you don't want to feel, death can seem like a dream. But seeing death, really seeing it, makes dreaming about it fucking ridiculous. Maybe, there's a moment growing up when something peels back... Maybe, maybe, we look for secrets because we can't believe our minds...
[overlapping words]
Susanna: All I know is that I began to feel things again. Whatever I was, I knew there was only one way back to the world and that was to use the place to talk. So I saw the great and wonderful Dr. Wick three times a week and I let her hear every thought in my head.

Apart from BPD she is shown to be compassionate, full of thoughts and strong willed. After all, she was the one who pushed Lisa's buttons, the one thing nobody dared to do.

I was never impressed with Winona Ryder's acting skills, and I finally found a good word for her acting: snappy.
Then again, maybe this is the movie in which she finds her safe ground, because it looks that way to me, I actually enjoyed her performance.
This may contrast with "snappy" but I often find her acting, stoned as in smoked something or just literally stoned. Since in this movie the main character acts distant and seems stoned, well, a perfect match.


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People who added this item 274 Average listal rating (155 ratings) 6.5 IMDB Rating 6.7
I'll surely never forget Grace. Not that the two main male characters weren't memorable. She is just the only one with a somewhat cool head about the tragedy. If we decide to delve deeper we might find that she is simply hiding her pain but there is also this: I'd rather look at her as a strong character who knows what needs to be done and when it needs to be done and who is handling the tragedy brilliantly, she tries to live as best as she can, while her husband goes off and looses his head.

I haven't seen enough of Jeniffer Connelly to actually say anything about her acting in general but in this little gem she is excellent.
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People who added this item 6194 Average listal rating (4446 ratings) 7.6 IMDB Rating 8.2
Lauren, or Sylvia, whichever, is yet another one of those female characters because of whom the plot moves forward. She is the only one in that whole fake world who sees how wrong it all is and how cruel it is. She is basically there to save the day and does she ever. A bug is sometimes strong enough to cause an avalanche. For the remainder of the movie she remains strong and fights and in the end, wins, as Truman escapes and chooses her over the asshole running the place.

Natasha McElhone portrays her well.
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People who added this item 7937 Average listal rating (5758 ratings) 7.6 IMDB Rating 8.2
Gogo Yubari

Another insane young schoolgirl. That's usually the only kind I like. This character does not really have much going for her in film character growth wise but we do know she's crazy, I guess. I think it's what I imagine she would do if she survived and got to have a bigger part in the movie that sells her for me, also, I realized that there must be at least one good Japanese murderous school girl movie if Tarantino had such a character in his film:P
Bottom line, insane schoolgirls are my guilty pleasure. (Not feeling that guilty about it though.)

"You call that begging? You can beg better than that."

"Go Go Yubari: Do you want to screw me?
[Japanese businessman giggles again]
Go Go Yubari: Don't laugh. Do you want to screw me, yes or no?
Japanese Businessman: Yes.
[She stabs him in the stomach with a Samurai short sword]
Go Go Yubari: How about now, big boy? Do you still wish to penetrate me?... Or is it I who has penetrated you?" lol

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People who added this item 1037 Average listal rating (611 ratings) 5.9 IMDB Rating 6.1
Molly reminds me a lot of myself and I can definitely understand what she is going through in the terms of having to grow out of being incredibly spoiled. Her reason though is a much bigger one, the death of her parents and, eventually, her manager taking all the money. She is suddenly thrust into a world where she is no longer the privileged child and is instead taking care of one. Unlike her though, Ray is reserved and cold. Both aren't well balanced but at the end, both gain something from one another. I like Molly a bit more because it's a bit easier for me to relate to her and because I think it is much harder to grow up than to learn how to relax and enjoy life, not to mention it may just be a bit more painful.

Brittany Murphy(r.i.p) was a great actress, she brought out the naivety and sparkle to her childish character and well enough the sudden serious turn her character had to take. She is very believable.

Molly Gunn: The last time I saw my mom and dad, I was eight going on nine... eight years, six months, and three days... almost as old as you are. They were going on tour and leaving me behind for the first time, because they didn't want me missing any more school, and they came to my room to say goodbye and I wouldn't open the door, so they left. I fell asleep and then the next thing I know, my nanny was waking me up in the middle of the night telling me their plane had crashed.
Lorraine Schleine: You're lucky... that you were mad. See, when you're mad you don't miss people and if you stay mad, it's like you never knew them at all... that way you don't have to feel sucky about it... You were lucky...
Molly Gunn: I wasn't mad, I was confused... everyone was talking, talking, talking at me and I couldn't understand a word they were saying, and then their voices became a blur and soon I couldn't even recognize their faces; they were like these blobs and they started to grow fangs and their eyes became green and I knew I had to run away. So I packed my knapsack, got on the train, and looked up at the map and decided I wanted to live on Coney Island. I thought it would be... you know... a real island. That I thought I could hide there like Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Fin, but imagine my surprise... The teacups were the only ride they would let me on by myself, so I got on it and I started spinning around and 'round and 'round. But I feel like I am still there... spinning 'round and 'round and 'round... and the ride won't stop... You were right, Ray, I am scared. But you're scared too. You're scared as I am and I thought that maybe if we could go together...


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People who added this item 1716 Average listal rating (1055 ratings) 6.7 IMDB Rating 7.2
Leslie Burke lives in her imagination. And there, she can basically be whoever she wants to be. The film might be about the boy and how she helps him see the world differently but I find that she is the one who leaves a lasting impression, if you liked the movie enough to want to remember it. Basically, I think her world is fun and innocent and only for drama, happens to be struck by a tragedy.
Still, she is smart, perky, imaginative, funny and skillful.

Leslie Burke: Just close your eyes, but keep your mind wide open.

Leslie Burke: I seriously do not think God goes around damning people to hell. He's too busy running all this!

Leslie Burke: We rule Terabithia, and nothing crushes us!

Leslie Burke: What if you don't have a TV?
[the class laughs]
Leslie Burke: My dad says the TV kills brain cells.
Scott Hoager: Your dad doesn't know anything. We watch TV like every day!
Leslie Burke: I rest my case.

Leslie Burke: You are who you are - not your parents.

AnnaSophia Robb is a very good actress and I hope to see her in more movies. Her performance is strong and believable, and her smile can really brighten up one's day.
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