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Hit-Girl of 'Kick-Ass 2' and other bad, mad teens

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A history of angry girls in moviesBy Kim MorganSpecial to MSN MoviesWhen people first saw "Kick-Ass," many were so floored by Chloë Grace Moretz's salty language that they nearly forgot the little girl's sizable body count, bloodily piled up in this uber-violent picture. Adapted from the comic book by Mark Millar and John Romita Jr., Matthew Vaughn's pulpy showcase was most controversial and, in some camps, most championed for Moretz's sassy, gory performance. How often do we see young girls running through hallways with guns blazing, taking on men in hand-to-hand combat? Not many. You can think about what that means or if she's the right "Kick-Ass" heroine, but it's something to behold, that's for certain. And now she's back for "Kick-Ass 2," seemingly retired to high school, but if you've seen the trailer, you know better. So with Moretz's Hit-Girl in mind, we thought of other bad or badass girls on-screen, all from the ages of 8-17. Some are agents of good, some of evil and some ... well it's a confusing, hard world out there. Especially for young girls. Now just try really hard not to anger them. No, really. Don't make them mad. You've seen "Carrie," right? Bing: More about 'Kick-Ass 2' | More about Chloë Grace Moretz | Video: Watch the trailer for 'Kick-Ass 2'Who's your favorite angry teen in a movie? Tell us on our MSN Movies Facebook page and on Twitter. (Universal Pictures)
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