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[[folder:Type A]]
* Marion Ravenwood, love interest of AdventurerArchaeologist extraordinaire ''Franchise/IndianaJones''.
* Helvetica Black from the Creator/RobertRodriguez kids' film ''Shorts''. Let's see: female bully whose main target is her love interest? Check. "I'm not helping you because I like you or anything"? Check. Freakin' ''[[GirlishPigtails twintails]]''? Check, check, check.
* Margaret Tate in ''TheProposal''. Known as the "Witch" around her publishing house for being a crazy, defensive, angry bitch, but later on switches to total deredere in regards to her male secretary.
* Tracy Lord in ''ThePhiladelphiaStory''.
* Kat (oh so very much Type A) in ''Film/TenThingsIHateAboutYou''. Since she's based off Katherine, from Creator/WilliamShakespeare's ''Theatre/TheTamingOfTheShrew'', this shouldn't be too surprising.
* The Spirit of Christmas Present as played in ''Scrooged'' by Carol Kane.
* Prudence Perkins and Patience "Sidewinder" Barton in ''SupportYourLocalSheriff'' and ''SupportYourLocalGunfighter'' respectively. Both are hot-tempered women who almost instantly latch onto James Garner's two characters as potential mates. One notable difference between them is that Prudence is a much better shot.
* Astrid from the movie ''Film/HowToTrainYourDragon'' is a perfect example.
* A bit of ''FoeYay'' is induced in the film version of The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy, since one of Zaphod's heads seems to generally like Aurthur (even complementing him and not saying much bad about him), while his second head threatens to pull out his spleen and rips on him constantly. This is not in the book since both heads think the same way and both generally hate him.

* Esmeralda to Phoebus from ''Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame''.
** Claude Frollo. One of his songs, 'Hellfire', switches rapidly from "I want Esmerelda to die" to "I just plain ''want'' Esmerelda".
* [[TheChiefsDaughter Neytiri]] from Creator/JamesCameron's ''Film/{{Avatar}}'' acts quite tsuntsun towards protagonist [[NaiveNewcomer Jake Sully]]. She even refers to him as "skxawng," which is essentially Na'vi for idiot. She softens up to him once they get to know each other better, and eventually she gets to show her [[LoveConfession deredere side]]. ([[http://img41.imageshack.us/img41/8920/1262450484060.jpg Played with here.]])
* Klara Novack from TheShopAroundTheCorner is like this to Albert Kralik. While she's extremely acerbic in person, she shows her deredere side in their [[LovesMyAlterEgo anonymous letters]]. Jeanette [=MacDonald=]'s character in TheMerryWidow also has some tsundere tendencies, while Marion Hopkins in TheSmilingLieutenant is more of a type B. Either Ernst Lubitsch or Samson Raphaelson really loved this trope.
* In a case where the tsundere is the protagonist, Ginger from ''WesternAnimation/ChickenRun'' is very much this towards Rocky. Though considering his cockiness and FakeUltimateHero status, he's pretty much asking for it.
* Megara from ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'' is such a defining textbook example that her song from the film ("I Won't Say I'm in Love") has more or less become the official anthem of every type-A Tsundere ever. And Youtube is rife with fanmade music videos to prove it.
* Grumpy from Disney's ''Disney/SnowWhite'' is an early, definitive tsundere played completely straight, as well as being a rare male example.
* Shira from ''WesternAnimation/IceAge''.
* Gru from ''WesternAnimation/DespicableMe,'' though he's not a love interest, he's a father-figure.
* EVE from ''WesternAnimation/{{WALL-E}}'' is a non-human example. She helpfully illustrates why you do ''not'' give one of these ladies a plasma cannon.
** The [[spoiler:repair]] scene at the end ([[spoiler:particularly where [[DungeonBypass she blows out the ceiling]] to get him sunlight]]) is a perfect example of the "Ohmygodhe'sintrouble[[DisproportionateRetribution GETTHEFUCKOUTOFMYWAY]]" protectiveness Tsundere can exhibit when their love interest is threatened.
** Most Tsundere girls at least WAIT for their love interest to say or do something stupid to break out the giant mallet from hammerspace. EVE uses it at their first meeting to say 'hello'.
* Kate Mosely in ''The Cutting Edge'' is just an absolute bitch on skates at the beginning of the film, although it does turn out that she has a deeply buried sweeter, kinder side. Of course, by the end of the film, she's [[DefrostingIceQueen completely warmed up]].
* Beans from ''WesternAnimation/{{Rango}}'' is a mild example of type A. She is usually a stubborn, confident person in regards to most people, but in her sincere moments she becomes very affectionate and sweet towards Rango.

[[folder:Type B]]
* ''SexAndTheCity'': Carrie is a definite type B.
* Celia from ''WesternAnimation/MonstersInc'' is generally sweet and affectionate towards Mike, but she gets ''very'' angry after he leaves her to be picked up by the CDA decontamination team.

[[folder:Unsorted (May have mixed traits)]]
* Colette from ''WesternAnimation/{{Ratatouille}}'' is one of these in a big way. All you need to do is watch the scene where she's giving Linguini (and Remy) advice on how to be a chef, where she goes from [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQtO3qhYVhY threatening to kill him if he doesn't clean up his work space, to cheerfully thanking him for listening to her]].
* ''HappyGilmore''.
* The Landlady from ''KungFuHustle''. Well, more like a cranky old woman very early on, getting pissed off at the residents complaining about the lack of amenities and [[MakeMeWannaShout screaming]] ''[[MakeMeWannaShout really]]'' [[MakeMeWannaShout loud]] for them to all shut up (and it's later a PlotPoint), not to mention slapping the crap out of her husband whenever he hits on a bucktoothed resident lady of the complex. But, she's shown to be protective and not a jerk later on in the movie.
** Though she may have had reason for suspecting him, since he has apparently[[spoiler: spied on women in the showers, which is mentioned early on]], and the character of Rabbit-Tooth Jane, as the buck-toothed girl was known (for obvious reasons) was a Lady of the Night.
* Various [[Film/JamesBond Bond]] [[GirlOfTheWeek Girls]]. Natalya from ''Film/GoldenEye'' is a shining example.
* ''Film/StarWars'': Leia is usually a type A especially with LoveableRogue Han Solo, but has some traits of a type B.
* In the 1996 film version of Jane Austen's ''Emma'', the title character finally realizes she is [[ChildhoodFriendRomance in love with her lifelong friend Mr. Knightley]], but wavers back and forth, repeatedly saying "I hate John!", then "I love John!" and takes a long time to decide whether to pursue marrying him. This troper is unsure whether she would be classified as a Type A or Type B, however; as Emma is very attached to and jealous (possessive?) of Mr. Knightley, but completely opposed to a romantic attachment between them for much of the film.
** Actually John is Mr. Knightley's brother, seeing the one she's in love with is named George. Her "I love" then "I hate" comes from what she believes John will say to Mr. Knightley and how he might respond.

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