The #MeToo movement has brought with it increased interest in sexism portrayed on film. In the Encyclopedia of Sexism in American Films, the editors try to convey some of the inequalities that have been expressed within the motion picture industry through sex, gender, and sexuality. To accomplish this task the contributors considered eight broad categories of sexism, among them the male gaze, diversity, overall ideas of beauty, and use of violence. Alphabetically arranged by film title—in most cases just one film, though a few entries take on multiple works (e.g., "Pixar Films," "Kill Bill Films," "X-Men Franchise")—entries offer not just information about the film at hand (i.e., title, year, director, screenplay) but also other useful sources (including those used by the author for that entry) and see also references to films that are similar in nature. Readers may be surprised by some of the films included and less so by others. This is a timely work in an era that should look at this aspect of filmmaking with newly aware eyes. Summing Up: Recommended. Lower-division undergraduates through faculty; general readers.