Movies  Based On Your Zodiac Sign

ARIES: Spirited Away (2001)

Aries are often chosen to endure and achieve what others cannot. The witch Yubaba, Chihiro's boss at the interdimensional bathhouse, hunts, binds, and shames her from the moment she enters the Spirit World. Chihiro goes from shrimp to straight-shooter as she scrubs floors, serves guests, and saves the day.

TAURUS: Marie Antoinette (2006)

Long before A24's Instagram factory farm aestheticization of movies, the Taurus Sofia Coppola lavished an undeserving population with clothes, candy, and beauty. Marie Antoinette celebrates Taurean excess with Kirsten Dunst, Judy Davis, and Jamie Dornan as bulls. The heroine is a tasteful woman who wants nice things.

GEMINI: Y Tu Mamá También (2001)

Julio (Gael García Bernal) and Tenoch (Diego Luna) may be the best depiction of teenage twins in a dance of unity, conflict, lust, and dissolution. Gemini represents immediate experience, short journeys, and correspondences that shape our worldview. The childhood friends start their rowdy road trip with Maribel (Luisa Cortés) as mirror images.

CANCER: Set It Off (1996)

Cancer wants to secure the bag out of primal emotional needs to provide for the home, family, and community, not patriarchal capitalism. Set It Off's women bank robbers—Stoney (Jada Pinkett Smith), Cleo (Queen Latifah), Frankie (Vivica A. Fox), and Tisean (Kimberly Elise)—want to start over, escape the projects' police brutality, and provide for their families. Cancerian sisters find strength and community.

LEO: Flashdance (1983)

Leo urges us to claim our divine talents, pursue them relentlessly, and find people who will support us until the end. Flashdance follows a group of hopeful artists working at a striptease burlesque joint in Pittsburgh's mean streets. Some give up, but a few achieve immortal glory. Alex (Jennifer Beals) dances like Leo, but to leave her steel mill job and make it big, she must believe in herself, let go of her outsider identity, and accept help.

VIRGO: Elizabeth (1998)

Another? Cate Blanchett rages as England's Virgo queen, who fought for personal freedom and supremacy. Virgo seeks discretion and defines one's best, unimpeachable self. Blanchett's Elizabeth is dazed when thrust into the throneroom, fighting for court respect and her f*ckboy lover's affection (Joseph Fiennes).

LIBRA: The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999)

Librans may want fame and fortune, but Venusians know that happy endings require effort. Love is a game, society is a hierarchy, and beauty is power. Poor, cunning social climber Tom Ripley (Matt Damon) will do anything to have—and become—the bronzed, beautiful, entitled Dickie Greenleaf (Jude Law). Ripley people-pleases, shape-shifts, and humiliates himself to win Dickie's love—a sad self-annihilation any Libra in love can relate to.

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