While these these characters and the women who play them can be looked up to, many of their aspects are completely unrealistic for any real, normal human.
Cameron Diaz in The Holiday
Most Unrealistic: Having a dozen beautiful winter coats to wear in England, when you are from L.A. Also, fitting all those coats in one suitcase.
Kate Hudson in How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days
Most Unrealistic: Perfect job, friends, apartment, wardrobe, body, life in NYC.
Eva Mendes in The Women
Most Unrealistic: Being a woman whose only goal in life is to break up marriages and buy expensive things.
Alexis Bledel in Gilmore Girls
Most Unrealistic: Never having to pay for college or rent because everyone surrounding you is somehow rich and eager to help.
Katherine Heigl in 27 Dresses
Most Unrealistic: Basically being a saint. Also, having 27 friends close enough to you that they want you as a bridesmaid.
Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow
Most Unrealistic: Always looking sexy and sporting cleavage while performing intense physical tasks.
Any Bond Girl
Most Unrealistic: Living to look sexy in a cocktail dress or bikini.
Sarah Jessica Parker in Sex and the City
Most Unrealistic: Being able to afford those shoes, that lifestyle, and that apartment on a columnists salary.
Rachel McAdams in Mean Girls
Most Unrealistic: Surviving after being hit by a bus.
Kiera Knightley in Everything
Most Unrealistic: Being flawless and seemingly made of porcelain.
Rosamund Pike in Gone Girl
Most Unrealistic: Being the most meticulous villain of all time and making it look doable.
Uma Thurman in Kill Bill
Most Unrealistic: Bouncing back to a killing machine right after being in a coma for several months.
Zooey Deschanel in 500 Days of Summer
Most Unrealistic: Dozens and dozens of men stalking her at her ice cream parlor job and bus route because she is so irresistible.
Lena Dunham in Girls
Most Unrealistic: Being a caricature of the worst kind of 20-something female.
Heike Makatsch in Love Actually
Most Unrealistic: Having only one personality trait.