The strange color of the pupils of his eyes compared to the rest of the eye color.
What R10 said. He hasn't had them for years.
His eyes radiate friendliness and warmth. I think that's helped his career a lot. Of course if the rest of his was wasn't pretty it wouldn't matter.
According to Brad himself, he has ugly feet. He insisted on wearing boots in the movie Troy, rather than sandals.
Never got the point of him, even less now ...
When I first saw him on Dallas, I was awed by his beauty but for some reason was not attracted to him. I wondered what the big deal was, he had a lousy profile with that wierd nose and too feminine to be sexually attractive. Only when he reached age 40, his features became more masculine and sexually appealing. Nowadays, he looks haggard (although wise).
However, he is aging better than Cruise or Depp. The body is still there.
It's not undersized, R8. It's delicate.
It's the very tiresome Brad Pitt Troll who has made zillions of threads about him or his movie in the last few days. Fuck, I hate all Brangelunatics.
[quote]The worst acne scars next to Edward James Olmos.
No no. That title goes to Robert Davi.
He was so gorgeous in An Interview with the Vampire, but by the time he filmed Troy-- ugh! I don't know what happened to his face but his eyes seemed much smaller and his jawline too heavy, almost trapizoidal.
I always loved his full lips, strong but pouty jaw line, great hair, and pretty blue eyes, and his abs were a work of art in Thelma and Louis and Fight Club.
He did HGH for Troy. Not a great idea, I think
The abs are gone for sure, otherwise he would be showing them everywhere. That being aid, he still looks good.
What is his most unusual physical feature?
I don't recall seeing acne scars on him. The page linked above is forbidden.
Very interesting R22, I didn't know anything about HGH so I looked it up and it can indeed create facial changes. So weird! Now I know why his jaw looks so thick and heavy.