Good to Be Bad
When it comes to major grrr power, these feisty femmes took the cake — and they stomped on it, too.
Chloe Grace Moretz as Shelby in Neighbors 2
BAD BECAUSE: She’s a weed-fueled freshman ready to prove that girls can go just as hard as dudes.
BEST BAD LINE: “We’re starting our own sorority, outside the system, that can totally do whatever it wants. Like throw dope-ass parties and totally rage.”
Kate McKinnon as Jillian Holtzmann in Ghostbusters
BAD BECAUSE: She’s a top-notch engineer, explosion enthusiast, and slightly psychotic mad scientist who knows how to wield a proton pack.
BEST BAD LINE: “I can think of seven good uses of a cadaver today.”
Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad
BAD BECAUSE: She’s hell in hot pants, a literal comic-book villainess who revels in mayhem and can swing a baseball bat with the best of ’em.
BEST BAD LINE “I’m known to be quite vexing. I’m just forewarning you.”
Mila Kunis as Amy Mitchell in Bad Moms
BAD BECAUSE: She’s a fed-up matriarch who trades PTA bake sales for Jell-O shots and degeneracy.
BEST BAD LINE “I’m drowning at work, and my boss is a f—ing moron, and three hours ago, I may or may not have committed a felony hit-and-run.”
Emily Blunt as Rachel Watson in The Girl on the Train
BAD BECAUSE: She’s the ultimate unreliable narrator, an unemployed, liquor-drenched wretch whose obsession with her ex-husband’s perfect new life lands her smack in the middle of a murder investigation.
BEST BAD LINE: “I’m afraid of myself.”
Kathy Bates as Sunny Soke in Bad Santa 2
BAD BECAUSE: She’s a foulmouthed, chain-smoking thief with a Mrs. Claus wig and zero maternal instinct.
BEST BAD LINE: “I didn’t even know I’d given birth until I tripped over him.”