Sexism, as the dictionary defines it, is the behavior of someone who appears discriminatory toward one sex, either male or more commonly females. Most of the times, it is the ingrained and institutionalized prejudice against women. Sexism can be found in all workplaces, and Hollywood is no stranger to this if we look at this list of most sexist movies of all time. You can watch some of these sexist movies on Netflix or Amazon Prime or Hulu.
10. Jurassic World (2015)
Directed by Colin Trevorrow, this fourth trip to the world of dinosaurs had some scenes which could be considered bad for the woman-world. The scene where the park’s manager Claire, played by Howard is shown as a resourceful woman who lures the T-Rex using a flare to save the day. But she’s still wearing the same freaking heels like the beginning of the film. The reason why this is sexist is because we can clearly see that the camera pans close to Claire’s feet as if the director deliberately tried to make use of the dumbness of woman in such circumstances and perhaps it was the case that the director wanted to prove that however, she’s a working lady and all, in the end, she’s gonna fall in love with the protagonist of the story and that happens. A perfect example of stereotyping of women.
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9. All About Steve (2009)
This movie is like a poster of anti-feminism right at us. Starring Sandra Bullock as a socially awkward girl trying to get Steve Miller, played by Bradley Cooper to fall in love with her. It is so obvious that the movie is trying to say that women are “supposed” to look good, devote their lives to get the man of their dreams. The movie makes the women look weak and desperate.