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post #16 of 50
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Originally Posted by johnapril
khakis. why khakis?

Seriously. She'd be much better off without pants.
post #17 of 50
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Originally Posted by Earthmover
Seriously. She'd be much better off without pants.

Heh, I don't think that's what he meant...

Jon.
post #18 of 50
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Originally Posted by imageWIS
Heh, I don't think that's what he meant...

Jon.

Well, I did

But yeah, Natalie looks good in any form. I usually abhor short hair on girls, but her Vogue cover is just a wow.
post #19 of 50
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Originally Posted by Earthmover
Well, I did

But yeah, Natalie looks good in any form. I usually abhor short hair on girls, but her Vogue cover is just a wow.

At least I will say one positive thing for her: unlike many others from her generation in Hollywood, she at least has a brain.

Jon.
post #20 of 50
I would eat Natalie Portman's brain.

I can almost forgive the fact that she made Star Wars Ep. 1-3.
She is that hot.
post #21 of 50
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Originally Posted by The Grapist
Moore's main complaints were mostly trivial to be honest.

However, given the fact that the W's are associated with this, AND the fact that nothing of Alan Moore has ever been translated to film properly (the only good book to video adaptation I can think of is the JLU episode of "For the Man Who Has Everything"), and the fact that they've changed some of the themes to overplay the Guy Fawkes connection, makes me think that this will be a let down.

I heard that they may have changed the ending a teeny weeny bit. And I think there are some production stills floating around that bear this out.

It's a real shame that none of Moore's work has ever made it to film intact. I keep having to explain to people that League of Extraordinary Gentlemen was originally really good, and not an X-Men ripoff piece of crap.

Fingers crossed for a Top Ten or Tom Strong movie.
post #22 of 50
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At least I will say one positive thing for her: unlike many others from her generation in Hollywood, she at least has a brain.

You know, I've heard that, and she's got the Harvard thing, but from listening to her commentaries (never seen an interview) she sounds like as much of an airhead as any of them.

Tom
post #23 of 50
I guess I am the tiny minority here who thinks this flick looks like total crap. I'll save my 7 dollars for when Borat comes out.
post #24 of 50
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Originally Posted by tiger02
You know, I've heard that, and she's got the Harvard thing, but from listening to her commentaries (never seen an interview) she sounds like as much of an airhead as any of them.

Tom
I'm sure she got in because of her SAT score.
post #25 of 50
saw it, liked it, more to follow
post #26 of 50
I heard an interview with her on NPR yesterday. She didn't seem dumb, but I wasn't really impressed at all, either. Seems like a nice person, but going to Harvard doesn't make you smart.
post #27 of 50
Supposedly she was pretty good on Charlie Rose, according to a friend of mine who called me to watch her.
post #28 of 50
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
I would eat Natalie Portman's brain.

I can almost forgive the fact that she made Star Wars Ep. 1-3.
She is that hot.

keyword: "almost"

koji
post #29 of 50
Natalie Portman is one of those actresses who is unquestionably beautiful but just doesn't do much for me. Not much sexual presence or something, to me. Jessica Alba the same thing. Julia Roberts neither. No arguing with their looks though, any of them.
post #30 of 50
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Originally Posted by Arethusa
I heard an interview with her on NPR yesterday. She didn't seem dumb, but I wasn't really impressed at all, either. Seems like a nice person, but going to Harvard doesn't make you smart.

Don't tell Fok that!

Jon.
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