Captain Dago wrote:
Thumbs up. No, she's not conventionally "hot" but I absolutely fell in love with her in "Stranger Than Fiction." Shouldn't that count as a genre flick, btw?
That's where I fell in love with her too. She was wonderful in that and wonderful in TDK. Just a lovely, lovely woman.
The guy above who called her "homely" is out of his mind.
I can see the "old lady" marks and "roughness" in her face some mention but I still see her as a beautiful woman whom I wouldn't turn down at all that all seems to work on her.
I'll take some harsh age lines and an odd nose over a plastic, fake-baked, eye-lifting, surgicaly-designed face any day.
There's nothing wrong with natural beauty, but I sure as hell don't see it here. I doubt there's enough beer available to make her look good.