UNDERESTIMATED WOMEN AND SURPRISES
Richard Burton, Rex Harrison and Elizabeth Taylor star in one of the greatest screen spectacles ever made - the story of the Queen of the Nile and her love affairs with Julius Caesar and Mark Antony.
The film is distinguished by superb performances from Burton and Harrison (nominated for an Oscar), but at its center is Elizabeth Taylor in one of the most glamorous roles of her career. Astounding in scope and grandeur, the picture won Oscars for cinematography, sets and special effects.
It's famous moments include moviedom's most flamboyant entrance - Cleopatra's dazzling arrival in Rome. Bolstered by a talented supporting cast and utterly stunning backdrops, here is a truly epic portrayal of the woman who conquered two of Rome's greatest soldiers, affected the course of history, and became synonymous with beguiling beauty - Cleopatra.
Academy Award® winners Charlize Theron and Nicole Kidman and Academy Award® nominees Margot Robbie and John Lithgow deliver tour-de-force performances in this provocative true story of three whip-smart, ambitious, strong women who anchored one of America's most powerful news networks—becoming headlines themselves when they risked everything to stand up to the man who made them famous.
This incredible presentation offers regular and tv movie streams in honor of our women and girls who must daily brave the pressures of being psychologically relegated by men and successfully misinformed women as undeserving of all due honor, respect, equity, and equality - because women are not men.
Offerings which appear on this page are a distinguishing blend of real and symbolic regular and tv movies/episodes of women who disprove sexist-oriented mythology. Such hoodo-ism, whether by raw violence, passive resistance, or simply the will to excel against all odds, is defeatable and in many regards defeated when women a driven to do so.
Borrowing from the immortal words of Helen Reddy, legendary singer and women's rights activist:
"You can bend but never break me, 'cause it only serves to make me, more determined to achieve my final goal."
Song "I Am Woman." 1971 - You Tube
Memo: Ratings for these vary. Most score above average expectation. Nonetheless, there are others which have been scored by other sources, below average. As for this latter expose's, there are multiple factors which may have come into play at the time of its release. Among These:
*Timing against a series of monster-hit sequels. *More competitive movies during their run. *Secretive sexist influence during that period which discouraged watching them. *Poor PR. *Slower Than Expected Initial Distribution Roll-Out (not getting the preview videos up or the movies out on time to more potential viewing centers sooner (box offices/ theaters), etc. ....
Master Z - The IP Man Legacy
When taken as a whole, some (if not all) flicks on this page which may appear with lower-than-average ratings, are actually incredibly motivational to more than a few women. Any of these may have been circumstantially underestimated due to factors unrelated to their content. Inevitably, the rating which matters most is ours - today. Enjoy!
Late United States Supreme Court Justice
Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Born: March 15, 1933, Brooklyn
Died: September 18, 2020, Washington, D.C.
Produced Two Years Prior To The Passing Of Justice Ginsburg
At the age of 85, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has developed a lengthy legal legacy while becoming an unexpected pop culture icon. But the unique personal journey of her rise to the nation's highest court has been largely unknown, even to some of her biggest fans – until now. RBG explores Ginsburg's life and career. From Betsy West and Julie Cohen, and co-produced by Storyville Films and CNN Films.
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Area on this website most recommended for new visitors is 'Streamer's Private Stock.' It's the 'mother-load' for virtual entertainment in every major cinematic genre. Of special interest is the 'Movie Master' in the same area. It's a special button that takes fans to more flicks than can be seen in a lifetime. There's quite a bit more to discover about the difference. - RAE SUPPORT.
HONOR RESPECT EQUITY EQUALITY
AGAINST ALL ODDS