The Bechdel test was created by Alison Bechdel and Liz Wallace to evaluate the gender gap in creative works such as movies, television series, plays, etc.
For a movie to pass this test, it must meet the following requirements:
1. Have two named female characters...
2. ...who speak to one another...
3. ...about something unrelated to a man.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black PearlVia DisneyShrekVia DreamworksAvatarVia 20th Century FoxStar Wars: A New HopeVia 20th Century FoxUpVia Disney PixarBreakfast at Tiffany'sVia Paramount PicturesThe RevenantVia 20th Century FoxThe Dark KnightVia Warner Bros. PicturesThe Imitation GameVia The Weinstein CompanyEx MachinaVia Telecinco CinemaX:Men: Days of Future PastVia 20th Century FoxToy StoryVia Disney PixarGravityVia Warner Bros. PicturesHerVia Warner Bros. PicturesIron Man 3Via Estudios MarvelThe Hobbit: An Unexpected JourneyVia Warner Bros. PicturesFinding NemoVia Disney PixarThe Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the RingVia Warner Bros. PicturesHarry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Part II)Via Warner Bros. Pictures(500) Days of SummerVia Fox Searchlight PicturesDear JohnVia Sony Pictures