Sisterhood Movie Mania: Top Female Bonding Movies We Love

March 31, 2013 ‐ By Kelly Franklin

Grab the tissue and half pint of cookie dough ice cream. With classic sisterhood movies playing all day on your big screen one rainy Sunday afternoon, you simply can’t go wrong. The mere mention of these movies will have you dusting off old DVDs, yanking on some sweats, and cuddling in that Lazyboy, ready to revisit your favorite film with your girls.


The Women Of Brewster Place

The women living in the rundown housing projects on Brewster Place pumped it full of love, gossip, grief and joy. The black women are strong-willed and pitted against the dreadful brick wall and weak, oppressive black men. Oprah Winfrey’s matriarchal role comforted us as character Lucielia as we wept over the loss of her baby, Serena.

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  • HoneyDipp

    Soul Food! They had their dramatic moments, but in the end they had each others back. That’s what sisterhood is about.

  • Judith Johnson

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  • Keisha Samoht

    Bridesmaids should be on here instead of the Women, what better female bonding movie than to see how the Hangover would look from a woman’s POV?

  • CoCo Lee

    I think You guys need 2 do better research… Oprah did not Play Lucielia …. Lynn Whitfield did…..

  • Guest

    I think You guys 2 do do Your research… Oprah did not Play Lucielia …. Lynn Whitfield did…..