《红粉联盟》是一部由潘妮·马歇尔执导，汤姆·汉克斯 / 吉娜·戴维斯 / 麦当娜主演的一部喜剧 / 剧情 / 运动类型的电影，特精心从网络上整理的一些观众的影评，希望对大家能有帮助。
《红粉联盟》影评(一)：it's all about memory
America needs heroines
it's all about memory...
《红粉联盟》影评(三)：A League of Their Own
故事发生在二次世界大战期间，沃尔特（盖瑞·马歇尔 Garry Marshall 饰）是曾经风靡一时的棒球明星，如今，早已屈居二线的他决定组建一支史无前例的女子棒球队。他看重了漂亮高大的多利（吉娜·戴维斯 Geena Davis 饰），多利的妹妹基特（罗莉·佩蒂 Lori Petty 饰）也跟随着姐姐的脚步加入了球队。
之后，马拉（梅根·卡瓦纳芙 Megan Cavanagh 饰）等一干得力干将的加入让球队的实力瞬间增强，在几次挫折之后，沃尔特的“娘子军”逐渐得到了体育界的认可。可是，就在这样的关键时刻，棒球队里却发生了内讧，马拉和基特离队，沃尔特也产生了放弃的想法。就在这时，多利远赴战场的丈夫鲍勃（比尔·普尔曼 Bill Pullman 饰）的归来让棒球队看到了新的希望。
我仍记得最后一场比赛时鲍勃坐在观众席中观战，看到dottie的精彩表现拖着病腿奋力一跃，高声呐喊：“This is my wife!" 这从前只可能性别调转的一瞬间景象毫无预兆地击中了我。然后我就开始哭了，一直哭到最后，哭到几十年后这些年轻力壮的运动员已经白发满头，重新唱起曾经比赛前的歌谣，哭到看见汤姆教练在还年轻力壮时的黑白照片，也哭到马拉说是你，厄尼为了我们而付出一切所以只有他才有资格剪彩。我一边哭一边感受着他们的骄傲，在这个世界最动荡的那几年里，这些女人成为了一个时代的标志，无论战中战后，她们一旦加入，就再不会从历史的舞台上退出，为了让我可以获得我现在习以为常的一切，这些女人用智慧，用美丽，用骄傲赢得了公众，赢得了人生，也赢得了历史。
最后解释下电影中经常出现的缩写A.A.G.P.B.L=All American Girls' Professional Baseball League.
《红粉联盟》影评(七)：War and Woman
What does war mean to woman？
A League of Their Own, as selected by Library of Congress of United States as being a film “Culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant”, presents the lives of several women during their baseball careers in All-American Girls Professional Baseball League as the WWII broke out and took their male relatives away. Afraid of the collapse of baseball business caused by lack of male player, Walter Harvey, a businessman decided to attracted audience’s attention with women players as he intended to sell femininity accompanied with patriotism.
Take an overall look of United States during WWII, separated by war with their male relatives, women felt the independence within their identity. They responded to the calling from government that “All work is war work” and began to shoulder the responsibility of industrial production and play a more important role in society like Rosie the Riveter, a national symbol of hardworking, masculine female figure. But this emerging women power, for me, is also a result of an investment, namely the reluctant compromise made by social convention but made use by investors, which is why I call it ‘profitable’ liberation. Women like the Calm and self-assured Dottie, her adolescent out-going sister Kit, as well as taxi-dancer Mae, Doris who has a sharp tongue and many others in A League of Our Own, are exploited by Ernie Capadino and the interest chain behind him. Part of the reason why these women were selected to play baseball is because of patriotism arisen by audience who did not want to lose the prosperity of this national game, however, it is their beauty that is essential. Even after their entrance into the team, they still had to keep “femininity as high priority” and were required to attend charm school classes to learn “proper etiquette for every situation and every aspect of personal hygiene, mannerisms and dress code was presented to all the players.” When the investor regards this business is of no profit, they would give it up and did not care about the player’s life.
This seems to be a restraint for women. At first when I finished watching this film, only anger of this exploitation in this male dominant society filled my heart. However, the facts that the number of female workers in factory increased rapidly and dramatically reminds me of what does this war mean for women again from another aspect: did it help women to gain their social status？
At first, it gave women a chance to try and prove that they are capable for stepping out of door and shouldering what men did before. A girl timid and unconfident as Kit, was even encouraged by her own achievement in baseball and decided to stay in city to find her own life. Mr. Dugan, their couch, witnessed this proving with a male gaze and the film reveals it through his rough, very masculine characteristics. Later, it brought about disaster and sorrow. Betty Spaghetti lost her husband in the war but learnt to be strong to confront new obstacles. At the end of WWII, three quarters of women in United States were working instead of previous one sixth. These are what the war means to women and their life, although it is a profitable exploitation, the importance of women does not lie on how she can live like a man, instead, it means that your freedom of choice.
《红粉联盟》影评(八)：A League of Their Own
Released in 1992, A League of Their Own is a movie directed by Penny Marshall. Base on a real story of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League, the movie tells a story about a memorable period of time and those extraordinary female baseball players.
During World War Ⅱ, because Major League Baseball shut down managers had to think of other ways to make money. So they decided to start a girls’ baseball league. As major players of the league, Dottie and Kit were sisters from the countryside played together as the Peaches. Dottie and Kit were both talented players. However, Dottie was the team star. And Kit seemed like would never get a chance. So she decided to play for another team to get a chance. They met at the final game, and Kit won the game.
This is a movie about great period of time. Director Penny Marshall was trying to replicate that period of time. When she chose actors and actresses, she intended to pick some actors and actresses that looked like those original players. The costumes that were used in the movie were exactly the same as they were in the 1940s. At the beginning, Dottie’s daughter said to her “you just don’t understand how special it was.” Dottie didn’t think baseball meant too much to her, but she also knew baseball meant everything to her little sister Kit and other members of the team. Moreover, the movie begins with Dottie preparing for her journey to the induction of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. And the movie ended at the Baseball Hall of Fame which is made to memorize those great players and moments.
Another theme of this movie in my opinion is family love. Older sister Dottie loved Kit. Her love was the biggest obstacle and helper to Kit’s success. Through the whole movie, Kit had been living under Dottie’s shadow. She couldn’t succeed as long as her sister was playing baseball. At the beginning of the movie, old Dottie told her older grandson to give his little brother a chance to shoot. This was a hint to the last game which Dottie lost to Kit by mistake. Since Dottie was the best player of the whole league, I believe she did that on purpose.
This is also a movie about feminism. When the AAGPBL was found, it was also the very beginning of the Second-wave Feminism. Under this situation, it’s understandable for girls to go out of kitchen and play a manly game. In the movie, girls play baseball just like boys. They change their image of housewife who used to support the husband to self-independent strong manly baseball players. In one scene, there is a woman holds a book saying girls shouldn’t play baseball, they should stay in kitchen. Also when the coach says he got no baseball players, he only got girls, this shows the anti-feminism attitude of the society. Director used parallel montage to portray this plot. Two stories deｓｃｒｉｐｔ two one argument which is girls can play baseball. And at the end of the plot, two stories reach one agreement that girls prove their capability of playing baseball. Another interesting thing of this movie is Madonna played a role, and Madonna is a typical feminist.
As I mentioned, this movie is about feminism. Feminism is a long process of women fight for their equal political, economic, and social rights and equal opportunities. It started from 18th century and still undergoing at present. The new representative figure of feminism in late 20th century has to be Madonna. Madonna is well known by standing for women’s rights and fighting for freedom. From this perspective, the movie is honoring those women fought for their rights. And it did quite well.