Movies with either a feminist message, feminist elements, or relative feminism, which is to say, given their context (genre, era, etc.), they show a more progressive attitude toward women than is expected of them. Baby steps, as it were, on the road toward feminism.
They are ranked not exactly by quality but more by how feminist they are--the latter ones are more in the relative feminism category. The top ones are unequivocal.
Suggestions welcome, but I will only add films I've seen, in large part because of a sentiment best described by "I'll be the judge of that." I would like to try to favor intersectionality, but I am still working on how to best do that.