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A mothers love and protection in the panic room

You do not mess with Mom.

..its not religion, its relationship

If you come between a mama and her cub, you will lose. They're the most terrifying force in the animal kingdom, and they'll do anything to protect their babies. Of course, you don't need science to tell you that. You know Mom can always be counted on to swoop in like a cookie-baking Batman, knock out a bully, and take you home for story time.

That reminds us, have you bought her a present yet? Movies may not get a lot right physics, romance, book adaptationsbut for the most part, they do right by moms.

Cinema is packed with gun-toting, take-no-prisoners, willing-to-die mothers, and they're all so inspiring that we hated cutting it off at 9. But we did, and here are the Baddest Muthas in Movies. Add your own at 10. Sure, she's nameless, but she poses even more of a threat to Beowulf than her ferocious son does. In the original poem, she's all claws and bloodlust; in the 21st century she's been given something even deadlier -- the body and face of Angelina Jolie.

Luckily, Mama Meg thinks on her feet, and isn't afraid to throw blows, grab a gun or wield a sledgehammer if it means protecting her baby girl.

Estelle Getty as Mrs. She cleans his gun, overfeeds him, heckles him and doesn't let a closed bathroom door stop her. What she lacks in bone density and height, she makes up for in brains, aim, wit and the ability to score heavy artillery off the back of a truck. Julie Walters as Mrs.

Weasley doesn't seem tough on anyone but her unwieldy brood. She cooks, she knits, she fusses and she shouts. But when Voldemort threatens, she's one of the first to join the fight against him, offering support that's motherly and martial. She's pure steel in her penultimate moment, when she doesn't even flinch from killing Bellatrix Lestrange -- accompanying it with a line any action hero would envy. But when he pushes down their daughter, Gracie, and makes her cry, she's had enough.

She takes Krav Maga, chops off her hair, plans incriminating evidence and lets Mitch have it. You can hurt J.

Safe Zone or Panic Room?

Lo, and she'll let you live. If you hurt her baby?

  1. They're the most terrifying force in the animal kingdom, and they'll do anything to protect their babies.
  2. Sure, she's nameless, but she poses even more of a threat to Beowulf than her ferocious son does. Thus you assign your angels to protect you.
  3. Lo, and she'll let you live. Safe Zone or Panic Room?

Holly Hunter as Mrs. Once a superhero, always a superhero. Incredible may not fit into her suit as well as she once did, but she's willing to don it and fly right into the heart of danger if it means saving her loved ones from a supervillain. She can fight, flight a jet, cheer on her kids, and save Metroville on the way home.

  1. She takes Krav Maga, chops off her hair, plans incriminating evidence and lets Mitch have it. You speak contrary to those words, you cut off your protection.
  2. Beatrix Kiddo happily cuts through assassins and ninjas, all in the name of her baby.
  3. It is a hiding place, a covert place, a protection place; a shelter; all that conceals or hides.

Easy stuff for a mom. Instead, she gives all her blood, sweat and tears to protecting little Newt, and woe to the Alien Queen who dares touch her adopted baby. Beatrix Kiddo happily cuts through assassins and ninjas, all in the name of her baby. When she discovers her daughter is still alive, she smiles, delivers a killing blow to BB's father and takes her girl home.

And then all is well in the jungle. But Sarah Connor takes it as well as can be expected, and promptly transforms herself from your average waitress into a ripped warrior, ferocious and cool in combat.

Her willingness to be impaled by the T2 to protect her son makes her the fiercest mom we know.