Exsqueeze me? Baking Powder? In a world without female directors, there would be no Wayne's World!When was the last time you curled up in a blanket, ate a bowl of disgustingly buttery popcorn and melted into the couch while watching a really great movie? If it's been a while, it's probably time to indulge. A great movie can change how you see the world, inspire you to make life changes, make you feel like your life isn't so bad, or light a fire under your ass. The Center for the Study of Women in Television & Film has found that of the highest grossing films in 2011 (250 of them), only 5% were directed by women. Because this news is so incredibly depressing (especially considering that number is DOWN from 1998 when at least 10% of the top grossing films were directed by women!), we've decided to put together a list of our favorite female-directed films in the hopes that we can help this pathetic number climb. Click here to see who else made our Top 10 Films Directed by a Woman list. American Psycho, 2000, Directed by Mary Harron Although this film was hardly a celebration of women, it was a tongue-in-cheek fantasy/nightmare that had us shaking our heads (and locking our doors). Click here to see who else made our Top 10 Films Directed by a Woman list. Frida, 2002, Directed by Julie Taymor An inspiring and tragic story (not to mention dramatic and affair-filled), this film is like a painting come to life! Click here to see who else made our Top 10 Films Directed by a Woman list. A League of Their Own, 1992, Directed by Penny Marshall An 80s baby classic! One of the only films where Tom Hanks actually seems like a pretty cool dude. Plus, Rosie O'Donnell, Madonna, Geena Davis and Lori Petty playing baseball in mini skirts?! Click here to see who else made our Top 10 Female Directed Films list. Desperately Seeking Susan, 1985, directed by Susan Seidelman Although, for the most part, Madonna is just downright annoying in this film, you still need to see it, if not only for the crazy fashion. Click here to see who else made our Top 10 Female Directed Films list. Fat Girl, 2001, directed by Catherine Breillat A dramatic (and traumatic) film about sexuality, youth, self esteem and sibling rivalry. Although it has one of the most disturbing endings ever (seriously), it is a must-see. Click here to see who else made our Top 10 Female Directed Films list. Wayne's World, 1992, Directed by Penelope Spheeris If you were an adolescent in the early 90s, we can pretty much guarantee that you've gone through your life using Wayne's World-isms on an almost revoltingly regular basis. And if you were an adolescent in the early 80s (or if you just love punk rock), you'll be well aware of one of Spheeris' other films, The Decline of Western Civilization. Click here to see who else made our Top 10 Female Directed Films list. 7. Boys Don't Cry, 1999, Directed by Kimberly Pierce This film, although devastating, is a beautiful and captivating love story. Click here to see who else made our Top 10 Female Directed Films list. The Virgin Suicides, 1999, Directed by Sofia Coppola This dark, visually beautiful film puts a selfish asshole like Josh Hartnett up against Kirsten Dunst and her four innocent (and very blonde) sisters who are doomed from the very beginning. Who could fall for Hartnett with that hairdo? We don't get it. Click here to see who else made our Top 10 Female Directed Films list. Monster, 2003, Directed by Patty Jenkins This film explores the life of one of America's only female serial killers, Aileen Wuornos who murdered male truck drivers who stopped to pay her for sex. It's sad, dark and intense, but gives us a break from Charlize Theron's otherwise impossibly beautiful appearance. Oh yeah, and the acting is pretty impressive, too. Click here to see who else made our Top 10 Female Directed Films list. 10. Clueless, 1995, Directed by Amy Heckerling This Beverly Hills teen parody about Cher Horowitz (Alicia Silverstone) and her high class friends inspired so many fashion and language trends for teenagers in the mid 90s that it is totally worth seeing (if you haven't, which we doubt). Click here to see who made our Top 10 Female Directed Films list again.