Thelma and Louise
I don't think that the film betrays feminism, it rather illuminates the entrapment of women by society. Through the release of Thelma, and the trap that Louise could not escape, the film depicts the escape of the two women from the laws and expectations of society, but also their inability to escape from the consequences of that escape. Men are in the background for most of the film, but their actions dictate the turns in the road for the two women on the run. Although there is a glimpse of 'female gaze' with Brad Pitt, the film both empowers and disenfranchises the women on the road.