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View Poll Results: Maggie Gyllenhaal
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Old July 18 2008, 01:13 PM   #16
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Re: Maggie Gyllenhaal: Genre babe of the week #30 (July 2008)

^You don't like her because she looks like a woman ?
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Old July 18 2008, 01:47 PM   #17
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Re: Maggie Gyllenhaal: Genre babe of the week #30 (July 2008)

Thumbs way, way, WAY up! I've adored her since Donnie Darko. I can't wait to see her today in The Dark Knight.
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Old July 18 2008, 02:24 PM   #18
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Re: Maggie Gyllenhaal: Genre babe of the week #30 (July 2008)

Down, down, DOWN. She is homely looking. A local morning radio program was discussing TDK and one of the DJ's stated that he'd heard someone on TV refer to Maggie as looking like a turtle due to the bags under her eyes. Very fitting.

She almost looks like a post-operative transsexual.
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Old July 18 2008, 02:24 PM   #19
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Old July 18 2008, 03:09 PM   #20
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Re: Maggie Gyllenhaal: Genre babe of the week #30 (July 2008)

Thumbs sideways. She doesn't hit any marks for me.
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Also, she keeps me from looking at Katie Holmes.
A number of people around here seem to feel the same way. What's wrong with Katie Holmes? Is she offputting as a person or as an actress? Is that it? 'Cuz she certainly isn't ugly.
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Old July 18 2008, 04:02 PM   #21
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^You don't like her because she looks like a woman ?
An old woman...in the face.
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Old July 18 2008, 04:15 PM   #22
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Re: Maggie Gyllenhaal: Genre babe of the week #30 (July 2008)

Thumbs up.

Lovely, gorgeous woman. Not only is she great looking but she's a "plain enough" good looking that she's not a drool-over wank-fest woman but one you just want to hang out with and love.
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Old July 18 2008, 04:18 PM   #23
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Old July 18 2008, 04:20 PM   #24
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Re: Maggie Gyllenhaal: Genre babe of the week #30 (July 2008)

Thumbs sideways. She is one of the least "hot" brunettes working mainstream Hollywood IMO, and I love brunettes. In the Retrospective thread I voted for 8 brunettes.

I saw Secretary and while its a good film it doesn't increase her hottie quotient. I couple of those pics show her in a sexier light and show off her chest in ways I've not quite seen but its a minimal increase.

Sadly I vote SIDEWAYS.
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Trekker, you're a week too early with that image.
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Trekker, you're a week too early with that image.
I know. But when I made it I had to pick someone and she's who I picked. I guess I *could* change it for every week's babe, but...

Hmmm.

That actually not too bad an idea.
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Old July 18 2008, 04:58 PM   #27
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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?
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Old July 18 2008, 05:10 PM   #28
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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.
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Old July 18 2008, 05:13 PM   #29
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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.
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Old July 18 2008, 05:19 PM   #30
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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.
I really can't understand comments like this. She might not be Hollywood starlet-pretty (I voted sideways myself), but to say, you wouldn't even think she's good looking when you're wasted kind of makes me doubt the realism of someone's standard in regard to women.
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