Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
Emma Watson's Hermione loves classmates Harry and Ron dearly while not at all suffering fools.
Current Score:
3544
Total Votes:
11116
2
Carrie Fisher's Leia is a sci-fi geek's dream, the hottie who can slaughter a super-slug while dressed in a bikini.
Current Score:
3316
Total Votes:
7332
3
Sigourney Weaver's Ripley is tough enough to take on the baddest extraterrestrial and doesn't care who knows she's soft on kitties.
Current Score:
1930
Total Votes:
5952
4
Forget today's super-nannies: Julie Andrews's Poppins was strict and fun, and she also could fly.
Current Score:
1582
Total Votes:
4752
5
Uma Thurman's Bride emerges from a five-year coma and slaughters her way to self-discovery and the daughter she didn't know she had.
Current Score:
1443
Total Votes:
5161
6
Brilliant, ambitious, and vulnerable, Jodie Foster's Clarice goes will to will with Dr. Lecter and succeeds where others failed.
Current Score:
1421
Total Votes:
4865
7
Judy Garland's Dorothy befriends misfits and defies bullies, proving that loyalty and pluck trump witchery and wickedness.
Current Score:
1299
Total Votes:
4641
8
Targeted by an assassin from the future, Linda Hamilton's Sarah channels her Mama Grizzly to save her unborn child and the world.
Current Score:
1249
Total Votes:
4007
9
Vivien Leigh bested dozens of the best actresses of her day playing the belle and put some steel in Scarlett's spine.
Current Score:
1181
Total Votes:
6653
10
Keira Knightley's Swann looks like a lady, but her inner hellion is tough enough to best pirates, monsters, and suitors.
Current Score:
852
Total Votes:
4282
11
The patron saint of self-reinvention, Audrey Hepburn's Holly flees to New York and becomes a party girl with a heart of gold.
Current Score:
714
Total Votes:
3460
12
Smart, funky, and pregnant, 16-year-old Juno, played by Ellen Page, upends stereotypes and embodies empowerment.
Current Score:
350
Total Votes:
3234
13
By virtue of brains, determination, and patience, Frances McDormand's Gunderson unravels a crime without letting its darkness rub off on her.
Current Score:
337
Total Votes:
2735
14
Julia Roberts's single mom spearheads a successful lawsuit against a group of corporate polluters.
Current Score:
271
Total Votes:
2631
15
Browbeaten by her religious mother and shunned by classmates, Sissy Spacek turns her gift -- telekinesis -- against her tormenters.
Current Score:
210
Total Votes:
2552
16
Margaret Hamilton's witch is so wicked she threatens pup Toto. But who remembers the good witch, Glinda?
Current Score:
164
Total Votes:
2354
17
Karen Allen plays the daughter of Indy's mentor, and she's pretty, tough, and more than a match for the swashbuckling archaeologist.
Current Score:
156
Total Votes:
2398
18
The moll to Warren Beatty's Clyde, Faye Dunaway's Bonnie was equal parts sensuality and ruthlessness.
Current Score:
156
Total Votes:
2106
19
Torn between her husband and her great love, Rick, Ingrid Bergman's Ilsa brings out the best in both.
Current Score:
116
Total Votes:
2050
20
Jessica wasn't born bad; she was drawn that way. Kathleen Turner's voice is the icing on the sequins.
Current Score:
113
Total Votes:
2485
21
Kathy Bates plays a writer's nightmare, willing to make the novelist who killed off her favorite character, Misery Chastain, wish he were dead.
Current Score:
78
Total Votes:
1978
22
Strict, self-important, and sneaky, Louise Fletcher's nurse is every child's nightmare: you can defy her, but you'll be sorry you did.
Current Score:
3
Total Votes:
1989
23
Vivien Leigh's southern belle flees scandal at home only to have her brother-in-law destroy her veneer of gentility.
Current Score:
1
Total Votes:
1747
24
A cougar before the term existed, Anne Bancroft's Robinson doesn't so much seduce Benjamin Braddock as bend him to her will.
Current Score:
-18
Total Votes:
1806
25
Does Renee Zellweger's Bridget want a career, a thin figure, love, or marriage? Dear reader, she wants it all.
Current Score:
-24
Total Votes:
2192
26
The shiksa of Jewish New Yorkers' dreams, Diane Keaton's Annie reveals that Connecticut Wasps have their tsuris, too.
Current Score:
-24
Total Votes:
1700
27
Bette Davis's Broadway star mistakes a she wolf in lamb's clothing for a fan, losing her husband and career.
Current Score:
-24
Total Votes:
1520
28
Casting Gloria Swanson gave a jolt of reality to the role of a diva whose dreams of a comeback cost a screenwriter his life.
Current Score:
-43
Total Votes:
1455
29
Sugar, played by Marilyn Monroe, is sweet and sexy, too kind to be a gold digger and too guileless to realize her pals are guys in drag.
Current Score:
-47
Total Votes:
1599
30
Love is a battlefield, and Elizabeth Taylor's performance as a harridan was a revelation back when movie goddesses didn't drab down.
Current Score:
-128
Total Votes:
1424
31
Anne Baxter's Eve so loves Broadway star Margot Channing that she wants to be her and hijacks her husband, friends, and career.
Current Score:
-141
Total Votes:
1319
32
Liza Minnelli, as the Berliner Bowles, hides her vulnerability, distracting herself with parties, men, and a cabaret as the Nazis come to power.
Current Score:
-177
Total Votes:
1243
33
Joan Crawford's Mildred pulls herself out of poverty for the sake of daughter Veda, who repays her mom by stealing her man.
Current Score:
-186
Total Votes:
1154
34
Elsa Lanchester's screamer with lightning-bolt hair is born with a mind of her own: no one can make her marry a monster.
Current Score:
-191
Total Votes:
1139
35
Linda Blair's Regan is sweet until the Devil turns her into a vessel for provocation. Pea soup never looked the same.
Current Score:
-194
Total Votes:
1342
36
Faye Dunaway played the star -- a control freak -- as a gargoyle in designer duds, providing drag queens with material.
Current Score:
-195
Total Votes:
1277
37
Kim Novak's Madeleine may be insane. Judy is a party girl. They're two sides of one plot, and the same man loves both.
Current Score:
-196
Total Votes:
1214
38
Sharon Stone plays a killer beauty -- literally -- who knows what men want and how to reach her amoral ends.
Current Score:
-210
Total Votes:
1320
39
A social climber masquerading as an abused wife, Barbara Stanwyck's Phyllis almost gets away with having a swain kill her husband.
Current Score:
-213
Total Votes:
1087
40
Ex-reporter Hildy, played by Rosalind Russell, thinks she wants to be a housewife, but one hot story and she's off like a shot.
Current Score:
-216
Total Votes:
1162
41
When Katharine Hepburn's Susan sets her sights on something -- a paleontologist, a leopard -- she gets it in her own way.
Current Score:
-216
Total Votes:
1092
42
Dumped by her lover, Glenn Close's she devil turns her fury on his wife and daughter and the family bunny. Hell hath no fury!
Current Score:
-218
Total Votes:
1168
43
When a widower remarries, the devotion of his housekeeper, played by Judith Anderson, to his late wife means trouble for her successor.
Current Score:
-239
Total Votes:
1049
44
Angela Lansbury, as Eleanor, engineers her husband's political rise and nearly manipulates her son into becoming an assassin.
Current Score:
-248
Total Votes:
1008
45
Judy Garland poured 25 years of Hollywood unhappiness into playing a singer-actress whose star is rising as her husband's falls.
Current Score:
-331
Total Votes:
957
46
"You're not too bright. I like that in a man," purrs Kathleen Turner's Matty to saps who realize why only after the trap is sprang.
Current Score:
-372
Total Votes:
978
47
Shaped by circumstance, Dorothy Dandridge's Carmen lives every moment like her last and destroys the men drawn to her.
Current Score:
-390
Total Votes:
974
48
Educated in the school of hard knocks, Judy Holliday's Billie blossoms after her boyfriend hires a tutor to give her couth.
Current Score:
-408
Total Votes:
962
49
Deborah Kerr's governess believes her charges are possessed. Is she right or deluded by her inner demons?
Current Score:
-434
Total Votes:
962
50
A nymphet with an iron will, Carroll Baker's Baby Doll is no match for the seducer who succeeds where others failed.
Current Score:
-495
Total Votes:
1051