Michelle Pfeiffer-Fablous Baker Boys Olivia Newton-John- Xanadu Jeff Bridges-Agains All Odds
People at their peak beauty (and the film that displayed it)
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Patty Duke in Valley of the Dolls.
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Elizabeth Taylor, [italic]A Place in the Sun[/italic]
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Glenn Close - a home movie her parent's made at her third birthday party
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Brad Pitt in Thelma and Louise
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Montgomery Clift - A Place in the Sun
|by Anonymous||reply 5||08/23/2010|
Brad Pitt in Meet Joe Black%0D %0D Julia Roberts in Pretty Women%0D %0D Catherine-Zeta used to be show-stop beautiful in her early films%0D %0D Leo in his early films was perfect.
|by Anonymous||reply 6||08/23/2010|
Mel Gibson in The Year of Living Dangerously.
Yes, as hard as it is to believe, he once was quite beautiful.
|by Anonymous||reply 7||08/23/2010|
Jude Law, "The Talented Mr. Ripley".
Cary Elwes, "The Princess Bride".
|by Anonymous||reply 8||08/23/2010|
Brad Pitt in "Legends of the Fall". He was fucking ridiculous then. Keanu Reeves in "Point Break". My god. River Phoenix in "My Own Private Idaho". Street hustler hot.
|by Anonymous||reply 9||08/23/2010|
Cillian Murphy in BREAKFAST ON PLUTO -- at his peak beauty in drag.
|by Anonymous||reply 10||08/23/2010|
Marilyn Monroe - Niagra
|by Anonymous||reply 11||08/23/2010|
David Bowie in "The Man Who Fell to Earth."
|by Anonymous||reply 12||08/23/2010|
Barbra Streisand "The Way We Were"
|by Anonymous||reply 13||08/23/2010|
Judy Garland "Presenting Lilly Mars"
|by Anonymous||reply 14||08/23/2010|
Peter O'Toole, "Lawrence of Arabia"
|by Anonymous||reply 15||08/23/2010|
Vivien Leigh, Waterloo Bridge
|by Anonymous||reply 16||08/24/2010|
Ava Gardner - Pandora and the Flying Dutchman (no one knows this odd little movie, but she was unbelievably beautiful in it)
Gene Tierney - Leave Her To Heaven (simply stunning)
Judy Garland - The Clock
Faye Dunaway - Chinatown
Kim Novak - Strangers When We Meet
Meg Ryan - Sleepless in Seattle (she ruined her unique look with all that surgery)
Grace Kelly - Rear Window
|by Anonymous||reply 17||08/24/2010|
Marlon Brando= A street car named desire.
|by Anonymous||reply 18||08/24/2010|
Angelina Jolie--Lara Croft
Nicole Kidman--Moulin Rouge
|by Anonymous||reply 19||08/24/2010|
Catherine Zeta-Jones -- first Zorro
Lindsay Lohan -- Mean Girls
|by Anonymous||reply 20||08/24/2010|
Helen Lawson as the ingenue in Reel 1 of Honky Tonk Harlot.
However, despite the extra klieg lights & greased lenses, Reel 2 is a sobering document of the ravages that poor quality bootlegged liquor could achieve in the kinematograph community.
|by Anonymous||reply 21||08/24/2010|
Guy Pearce at height of his beauty or any female's beauty in PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT. Gorgeous!
|by Anonymous||reply 22||08/24/2010|
Antonio Banderas in Desperado
|by Anonymous||reply 23||08/24/2010|
[quote]Mel Gibson in The Year of Living Dangerously...Yes, as hard as it is to believe, he once was quite beautiful.
Then you should see him in 'Tim" running around in a Speedo. Shame what alcohol can do.
|by Anonymous||reply 24||08/24/2010|
Jan Micheal Vincent %C3%A2%C2%80%C2%9CThe World%C3%A2%C2%80%C2%99s Greatest Athlete%C3%A2%C2%80%C2%9D
Sorry, Streisand was gorgeous in "What's Up Doc" especially when she meets Ryan O'Neil up on the roof.
|by Anonymous||reply 25||08/24/2010|
Paul handsome Newman in Cat On a Hot tin Roof
|by Anonymous||reply 26||08/24/2010|
Brooke Sheilds, Endless Love
|by Anonymous||reply 27||08/24/2010|
Elizabeth Taylor and Paul Newman in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof"
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|by Anonymous||reply 29||08/24/2010|
Paul Rudd, "Object of My Affection"
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Val Kilmer in 'Willow' was Taylor Lautner v1.01
Michelle Pfeiffer looked better in 'Wolf'.
Cher looked her best in 'Silkwood'
Melanie Turner looked better in 'Romancing The Stone' than 'Body Heat'.
|by Anonymous||reply 31||08/24/2010|
Speaking of Ryan O'Neal, What's Up, Doc? as well as Love Story.
Burt Reynolds -- Deliverance, The Longest Yard
Tom Selleck -- Magnum, P.I., Year One
James Caan -- Brian's Song
Elliot Gould -- The Long Goodbye
|by Anonymous||reply 32||08/24/2010|
R19 - Moulin Rouge was way past Kidman's peak beauty.%0D %0D Try Days of Thunder/ Far and Away era Kdman. That was her peak before she turned into a skinny plastic doll.
|by Anonymous||reply 33||08/24/2010|
Barbra Streisand in FUNNY GIRL. Hands down.%0D %0D Alicia Silverstone and Paul Rudd in CLUELESS. Neither of them will ever be that beautiful again. %0D %0D Almost everyone in BONNIE & CLYDE.
|by Anonymous||reply 34||08/24/2010|
Jude Law - "The Talented Mr Ripley"%0D %0D Christopher Reeve - "Superman: The Movie"%0D %0D Charlton Heston - "Ben Hur"%0D %0D Brad Pitt - "Legends of the Fall"%0D %0D Rob Lowe - "Bad Influence"%0D %0D Patrick Swayze - "Dirty Dancing"
|by Anonymous||reply 35||08/24/2010|
No, Brad Pitt in Thelma & Louise (No dyed hair or facial hair or haircut he shared with Goop).
Ursula Andress in Dr. No.
Lauren Bacall in To Have & Have Not.
Brando in Streetcar
Newman in Cool Hand Luke.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||08/24/2010|
Sarah Jessica Parker - Phar Lap
|by Anonymous||reply 37||08/24/2010|
Robert Downey, Jr., Weird Science
|by Anonymous||reply 38||08/24/2010|
Sean Connery in Goldfinger.
|by Anonymous||reply 39||08/24/2010|
Kevin Costner in Bull Durham. Yes, really.%0D %0D Candice Bergen in The Group.%0D %0D Natasha Richardson in The Parent Trap.
|by Anonymous||reply 40||08/24/2010|
Alec Baldwin : "Dress Grey"
|by Anonymous||reply 41||08/24/2010|
Simon MacCorkindale in Death On The Nile.
Rita Hayworth in Gilda
|by Anonymous||reply 42||08/24/2010|
I would say my latest, IRON MAN 2 (still in theatres, thanks gay fans!). But then I was watching myself do my hatha yoga yesterday, and thought, well, every day brings an opportunity for unprecedented beauty.%0D %0D Namaste.
|by Anonymous||reply 43||08/24/2010|
Tom Cruise and Kelly McGillis - Top Gun
Nicole Kidman - Batman Forever
Mark Wahlberg and Reese Witherspoon - Fear
Anne Archer - Fatal Attraction
|by Anonymous||reply 44||08/24/2010|
41: Agreed.%0D %0D Richard Gerre: American Gigolo
|by Anonymous||reply 45||08/24/2010|
Dawson's ass in the first half of "Dawson's 25 Load Weekend"
After that, he never looked quite fresh.
|by Anonymous||reply 46||08/24/2010|
Marilyn Monroe - How to Marry a Millionaire.%0D %0D Sharon Tate - Valley of the Dolls.%0D %0D Vivian Leigh - Gone with the Wind%0D %0D Maxwell Caufield - Grease 2%0D %0D %0D %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 47||08/24/2010|
Angelina Jolie: The Tourist.
|by Anonymous||reply 48||08/24/2010|
John Travolta - Urban Cowboy. %0D %0D Al Pacino - The Godfather I.%0D %0D Faye Dunaway - Bonnie and Clyde (and Warren Beatty too - a beautiful blockbuster).
|by Anonymous||reply 49||08/24/2010|
Harry Hamlin - Clash of the Titans
Pamela Anderson - Baywatch
Kim Basinger - LA Condfidential
|by Anonymous||reply 50||08/24/2010|
Audrey Hepburn in Sabrina,
|by Anonymous||reply 51||08/24/2010|
Ava Gardner SHOWBOAT
|by Anonymous||reply 52||08/24/2010|
James Spader in Sex, Lies and Videotape. He also had a great sex scene in White Palace, and even looked great in The Secretary. What a sensual guy. After The Secretary he fell to shit though.
Mickey Rourke in Nine 1/2 Weeks
|by Anonymous||reply 53||08/24/2010|
Cher in Moonstruck, Suspect, and Witches of Eastwick. Pre-overdone surgery.
Robert Redford in The Great Gatsby.
Daniel Craig in Casino Royale.
Elizabeth Taylor in A Place in the Sun,
Faye Dunaway in Bonnie and Clyde.
Jacqueline Bissett in Airport and The Grasshopper
Ava Gardner in anything pre-60's
Vivien Leigh in Gone With the Wind
Richard Gere in An Officer and a Gentleman
Russell Crowe in Gladiator
Keanu Reeves in Speed and My Own Private Idaho
|by Anonymous||reply 54||08/24/2010|
John Wayne in Stagecoach
|by Anonymous||reply 55||08/24/2010|
and Brandon deWilde in HUD
|by Anonymous||reply 56||08/24/2010|
Meryl Streep in Fantastic Mr. Fox
|by Anonymous||reply 57||08/24/2010|
Audrey Hepburn in EVERYTHING!
|by Anonymous||reply 58||08/24/2010|
Michael Ontkean in Making Love
|by Anonymous||reply 59||08/24/2010|
Robert Conrad was the world's most perfect looking man from 1967-1968 in season 3 of the Wild Wild West. %0D %0D Then he became fat and drunk-faced.
|by Anonymous||reply 60||08/24/2010|
Julie Christie AND Richard Chamberlain in Petulia. Soooo much pretty.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||08/24/2010|
Warren Beatty in Shampoo.
|by Anonymous||reply 62||08/24/2010|
Sam Worhington in Avatar
|by Anonymous||reply 63||08/24/2010|
Candice Bergen, The Group
|by Anonymous||reply 64||08/24/2010|
Sharon Stone - BASIC INSTINCT
|by Anonymous||reply 65||08/24/2010|
Gregory Peck - Days of Glory, hardly ever shown during the Cold War because it was about glorious Russian partisans in WWII. Such a beautiful young man.
|by Anonymous||reply 66||08/24/2010|
Sidney Poitier - Paris Blues
|by Anonymous||reply 67||08/24/2010|
Marlene Dietrich - THE DEVIL IS A WOMAN%0D %0D (Actually I would pick DESTRY RIDES AGAIN, but Marlene Dietrich herself allegely said THE DEVIL IS A WOMAN was her favorite film, because "I never looked more beautiful")
|by Anonymous||reply 68||08/24/2010|
Greer Garson -- GOODBYE MR. CHIPS
|by Anonymous||reply 69||08/24/2010|
R21 is my hero.
Lana Turner in "The Postman Always Rings Twice"
|by Anonymous||reply 70||08/24/2010|
Maureen O'Hara - How Green Was My Valley
|by Anonymous||reply 71||08/24/2010|
Beau Bridges, The Landlord.
|by Anonymous||reply 72||08/24/2010|
Colin Firth and Hart Bochner in Apartment Zero
Dylan McDermott in Steel Magnolias
|by Anonymous||reply 73||08/24/2010|
Rupert Everett, Another Country.%0D %0D Cary Elwes, Another Country.
|by Anonymous||reply 74||08/24/2010|
Bette Davis in the movie about Emperor Maximillian of Mexico -- JUAREZ.
|by Anonymous||reply 75||08/24/2010|
Hedy Lamarr in Ziegfeld Girl%0D %0D Joan Crawford in Humoresque %0D %0D James Garner in anything from about 1958 until the mid 1960's%0D %0D Doris Day in Midnight Lace%0D %0D %0D %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 76||08/24/2010|
Doris Day looked the best in her TV series in the 1970s.
|by Anonymous||reply 77||08/24/2010|
Halle Berry in Bullworth
|by Anonymous||reply 78||08/24/2010|
The entire cast of Top Gun, including Tom Skeritt and the actor who played the aircraft carrier captain.
|by Anonymous||reply 79||08/24/2010|
Vivien Leigh - Gone With The Wind%0D %0D Laurence Olivier - Wuthering Heights%0D %0D Paul Newman - Cool Hand Luke, Hud, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid%0D %0D Robert Redford: Barefoot In The Park, The Way We Were, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid%0D %0D Audrey Hepburn - Roman Holiday, Breakfast At Tiffany's, My Fair Lady%0D %0D Marlene Dietrich - Morocco%0D %0D Warren Beatty - Splendor In The Grass%0D %0D Faye Dunaway - Bonnie and Clyde, Chinatown%0D %0D Gary Cooper - Mr Deeds Goes To Town%0D %0D Grace Kelly - To Catch A Thief%0D %0D Cary Grant - Bringing Up Baby, The Awful Truth, His Girl Friday, The Philadephia Story%0D %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 80||08/24/2010|
jennifer Beals- Flashdance (duh)
|by Anonymous||reply 81||08/24/2010|
Maureen Stapleton in 'Queen of the Stardust Ballroom.'
|by Anonymous||reply 82||08/24/2010|
Ellen DeGeneres in "Finding Nemo."
|by Anonymous||reply 83||08/24/2010|
Shirley Booth in Come Back Little Sheba.%0D %0D Marie Dressler in Dinner at Eight.%0D %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 84||08/24/2010|
Tyrone Power : THE MARK OF ZORRO
|by Anonymous||reply 85||08/24/2010|
Ali MacGraw in Goodbye, Columbus%0D %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 86||08/24/2010|
Jean Seberg in Bonjour Tristesse%0D and Breathless.
|by Anonymous||reply 87||08/24/2010|
r58 My name is Sophie Thompson. When people don't remember my name and merely call me Emma Thompson's sister, it drives me crazy. And you don't want to see me crazy... Or perhaps you do:
|by Anonymous||reply 88||08/24/2010|
Sal Mineo in Exodus
|by Anonymous||reply 89||08/24/2010|
Kathleen Turner - Body Heat
|by Anonymous||reply 90||08/24/2010|
Natalie Portman: The Professional%0D %0D Selma Hayek: Desperado%0D %0D Antonio Banderas: Desperado%0D %0D Cameron Diaz: Something About Mary%0D %0D Robert Redford: The Sting%0D %0D Sharon Stone: Basic Instinct%0D %0D Demi Moore: Indecent Proposal%0D %0D Mia Farrow: Rosemary's Baby%0D %0D Gwynnie: The Perfect Murder%0D %0D Oliver Martinez: Unfaithful%0D %0D Heath Ledger: A Knights Tale%0D %0D Eric Bana: Troy%0D %0D Val Kilmer: The Doors%0D %0D Michelle Pfiffer: Tequila Sunrise%0D %0D Vin Diesel: The Chronicles of Riddick%0D %0D Winona Ryder: The Age of Innocence%0D %0D Ryan Phillipe: Cruel Intentions%0D %0D ET and PN: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof%0D %0D %0D %0D %0D %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 91||08/24/2010|
Dawson--Dawson's 20 Load Weekend
|by Anonymous||reply 92||08/24/2010|
r90 I think Kathleen Turner was hotter in Romancing The Stone. Her veneers had settled/been re-adjusted by then.
|by Anonymous||reply 93||08/24/2010|
Natassja Kinski - Tess
|by Anonymous||reply 94||08/24/2010|
Nice list, r91. Just to add, I always thought Winona looked her most ravishing in Dracula but never saw Age of Innocence. And how about a vote for Diane Lane in Unfaithful as well?
|by Anonymous||reply 95||08/24/2010|
Although I think he's still handsome,%0D %0D Harry Connick, Jr. - Independence Day
|by Anonymous||reply 96||08/24/2010|
Jacqueline Bissett in The Deep. Wet T shirt contest winner emeritus.
|by Anonymous||reply 97||08/24/2010|
I have added several names to this list but I ams erious when I say porn star Eric Hanson - The Seven Deadly Sins film
|by Anonymous||reply 98||08/24/2010|
Even with the wonky jaw?
|by Anonymous||reply 99||08/24/2010|
That might require re-viewing to decide, R93.
Anyone have an opinion on Denzel Washington's peak?
|by Anonymous||reply 100||08/24/2010|
Vanessa Redgrave - Camelot%0D %0D Leonard Whiting - Romeo and Juliet%0D %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 101||08/24/2010|
Alain Delon - Plein Soleil
|by Anonymous||reply 102||08/24/2010|
Colin Farrell - Tigerland
|by Anonymous||reply 103||08/24/2010|
Gerard Butler - Dracula 2000
|by Anonymous||reply 104||08/24/2010|
Ingrid Bergman in Notorious
|by Anonymous||reply 105||08/24/2010|
Banderas hit his peak in Almodovar's "Matador", 1986.
|by Anonymous||reply 106||08/24/2010|
Redford looked awful in Gatsby...%0D %0D Best in Butch Cassidy%0D %0D Streep in Sophie's Choice%0D %0D Agree with Streisand in Doc%0D %0D I liked Taylor in Taming of the Shrew, but I suppose she is at her best generally in the 50s.%0D %0D Mel Gibson in Galipoli or is it Golipoli?%0D %0D Beatty in Bonnie and Clyde and Spendor in the Grass. Natalie Wood in everything she made in the early 60s.%0D %0D Vivian Leigh in Gone With the Wind- I think this is perhaps the greatest female movie star turn ever. She was perfection and beautiful beyond belief.
|by Anonymous||reply 107||08/24/2010|
Sigourney Weaver - The Ice Storm. Actually Elijah Wood was preternaturally beautiful in that one, too.
|by Anonymous||reply 108||08/24/2010|
I prefer the older Mel Gibson in The River to the one in Gallipoli.
|by Anonymous||reply 109||08/24/2010|
Forgot about Leonard Whiting in Romeo & Juliet. I suppose it was Olivia Hussey at her peak as well.
|by Anonymous||reply 110||08/24/2010|
Let's keep this thread just to men please.
|by Anonymous||reply 111||08/24/2010|
Another vote for Vanessa Redgrave in Camelot.%0D I'd also add Franco Nero.%0D
|by Anonymous||reply 112||08/24/2010|
Tallulah Bankhead - A Royal Scandal
|by Anonymous||reply 113||08/24/2010|
Me, in every role I've been in. My lifestyle has afforded me more of a beauty plateau than a beauty peak.
|by Anonymous||reply 114||08/24/2010|
Christian Bale, Empire of the Son
|by Anonymous||reply 115||08/24/2010|
Hilary Swank, age 3, when she took 2nd place at the Preakness.
|by Anonymous||reply 116||08/24/2010|
Diane Lane- Lady Beware%0D jeff Bridges- fabulous baker Boys
|by Anonymous||reply 117||08/24/2010|
[quote]Val Kilmer in 'Willow' was Taylor Lautner v1.01
Good call r31.
|by Anonymous||reply 118||08/24/2010|
Farah Fawcett and Jenny Agutter in Logan's Run.
|by Anonymous||reply 119||08/24/2010|
Robert Blake in the Little Rascals owns this thread.
|by Anonymous||reply 120||08/24/2010|
R99, R96 here... yes, even with the "wonky" jaw. He may have physical attributes that, individually, are not attractive, but as a whole...he was stunning in that movie.
But, that's just my opinion.
|by Anonymous||reply 121||08/24/2010|
Another vote for Streisand in What's Up, Doc?
|by Anonymous||reply 122||08/24/2010|
Keep this thread to men, R122
|by Anonymous||reply 123||08/24/2010|
Marlon Brando - A Streetcar named Desire%0D %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 124||08/24/2010|
It says "People" r123. Not to mention that train left along time ago. It's over a hundred posts already.
|by Anonymous||reply 125||08/24/2010|
Taye Diggs in How Stella Got Her Groove Back. Just, wow.
Denzel in Ricochet
Eddie Murphy in Boomerang
Halle Berry in Swordfish
Whitney Houston in The Bodyguard
|by Anonymous||reply 126||08/24/2010|
More Flava:%0D %0D Diana Ross LADY SINGS THE BLUES
|by Anonymous||reply 127||08/24/2010|
Linda Hunt in The Year of Magical Thinking
|by Anonymous||reply 128||08/24/2010|
Isabelle Adjani: Subway
|by Anonymous||reply 129||08/24/2010|
Andy Garcia - Internal Affairs
Richard Gere - Days of Heaven
|by Anonymous||reply 130||08/24/2010|
Everybody in the Lost Boys was at their peak in that movie. Keifer Sutherland, Jason Patric, both Coreys, even Dianne Wiest.
|by Anonymous||reply 131||08/24/2010|
Brooke Shields....Endless Love
Robert Redford...The Way We Were
Cary Elwes...Another Country
|by Anonymous||reply 132||08/24/2010|
Halle Berry - Swordfish%0D %0D Robert Redford - The Way We Were%0D %0D George Clooney - Out Of Sight%0D %0D Denzel Washington - Mo Better Blues%0D %0D Mel Gibson - Year Of Living Dangerously%0D %0D Richard Gere - American Gigolo%0D %0D Jeff Bridges - Against All Odds%0D %0D Jake Gyllenhaal - Brokeback Mountain%0D %0D Colin Firth - Another Country%0D %0D Rupert Everett - Another Country%0D %0D Russell Crowe - Proof Of Life%0D %0D Hugh Jackman - Kate and Leopold%0D %0D Eric Bana - Troy%0D %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 133||08/24/2010|
I second Ingrid Bergman in Notorious and Grace Kelly in Rear Window. Hitch definitely liked filming them. For Robert Conrad, I was thinking season 2 WWW, but really the first three seasons all really show him off well... Also agree, Top Gun basically the whole cast.%0D %0D Rupert Everett, Comfort of Strangers.%0D %0D Was going to say Gregory Peck, Spellbound, but suspect there was a later film that showed him off better.
|by Anonymous||reply 134||08/24/2010|
Rupert Graves- Maurice
|by Anonymous||reply 135||08/24/2010|
Diane Lane...The Cotton Club
Richard Gere...American Gigolo
Faye Dunaway...Bonnie and Clyde
Warren Beatty...Splendor in the Grass
James Dean...Rebel Without a Cause
|by Anonymous||reply 136||08/24/2010|
A few I don't believe have been mentioned yet:
Gene Tierney: LAURA Warren Beatty: THE ROMAN SPRING OF MRS. STONE Rupert Graves: A ROOM WITH A VIEW
|by Anonymous||reply 137||08/24/2010|
Ethan Hawke: Dead Poet's Society%0D %0D Al Pacino: The Godfather%0D %0D Johnny Depp: Chocolat%0D %0D Jude Law: The Talented Mr. Ripley%0D %0D Colin Firth: Pride and Prejudice%0D %0D Ralph Fiennes: The English Patient%0D %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 138||08/24/2010|
Daniel Craig in Casino Royale
|by Anonymous||reply 139||08/24/2010|
Cameron Diaz - The Mask... before it slipped...
|by Anonymous||reply 140||08/24/2010|
I agree Patty Duke in VOTD.
|by Anonymous||reply 141||08/24/2010|
Kurt Russell in Tequila Sunrise
|by Anonymous||reply 142||08/24/2010|
Babs wearing Beaton in On A Clear Day.
|by Anonymous||reply 143||08/24/2010|
Ann Margret - Pocketful Of Miracles, Bye Bye Birdie
Linda Evans - The Big Valley
|by Anonymous||reply 144||08/24/2010|
Great use of a Bedazzler, Babs!
|by Anonymous||reply 145||08/24/2010|
Brad Pitt - Legends of the Fall
Jeff Bridges - Against All Odds
Rob Lowe - Anything is the 80s
|by Anonymous||reply 146||08/24/2010|
Great Garbo-Anna Karenina
|by Anonymous||reply 147||08/24/2010|
Guy Pearce in Ravenous
|by Anonymous||reply 148||08/24/2010|
Rock Hudson - A Farewell to Arms
|by Anonymous||reply 149||08/24/2010|
Monty Clift - A Place in the Sun
|by Anonymous||reply 150||08/24/2010|
Paul Newman in The Long Hot Summer %0D %0D %0D Marlon Brando in Streetcar
|by Anonymous||reply 151||08/24/2010|
Carole Lombard in TO BE OR NOT TO BE. Staggeringly beautiful.
|by Anonymous||reply 152||08/24/2010|
Jean Simmons - Spartacus
Emmanuelle Beart - Eight Women
Thandie Newton - The Truth About Charlie
Albert Finney - Two for the Road
Greta Garbo - Queen Christina
|by Anonymous||reply 153||08/24/2010|
Another vote for Keanu Reeves in "Point Break" and River Phoenix in "My Own Private Idaho". Nice taste, R91!%0D %0D Brad Pitt - "Meet Joe Black"%0D %0D Kim Basinger - "L.A. Confidential"%0D %0D Angelina Jolie - "Hackers" %0D %0D James Dean - "Rebel Without a Cause"%0D %0D Maxwell Caulfield - "Grease 2" (why else would you watch it?!)%0D %0D Kate Winslet - "Titanic"%0D %0D Heath Ledger - "The Patriot"%0D %0D Marilyn Monroe - "The Seven-Year Itch"%0D %0D Christian Bale - "Swing Kids"%0D %0D Robert Pattinson - "Little Ashes"%0D %0D Sharon Tate in anything%0D %0D Tom Cruise (I know, I know, but it's true) - "Top Gun"%0D %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 154||08/24/2010|
[quote]Marlon Brando in Streetcar
|by Anonymous||reply 155||08/24/2010|
Helmut Berger - The Damned
Bjorn Andresen - Death in Venice
|by Anonymous||reply 156||08/24/2010|
Helmut Berger in The Garden of the Finzi-Continis%0D %0D %0D %0D Alain Delon in Purple Noon
|by Anonymous||reply 157||08/24/2010|
Diane Lane: The Outsiders
Patrick Swayze: The Outsiders
Christian Bale: American Psycho
Jonathan Rhys Meyers: Velvet Goldmine
|by Anonymous||reply 158||08/24/2010|
For me as far as Marilyn goes it's Some Like It Hot. The way she looked in black and white with that dreamy effect in some scenes was her at her most beautiful.
|by Anonymous||reply 159||08/24/2010|
Peter Gallagher - Summer Lovers
|by Anonymous||reply 160||08/24/2010|
Harrison Ford - American Graffiti
Jessica Lange - Blue Sky
Tommy Lee Jones - Coal Miner's Daughter
Richard Gere - Looking for Mr. Goodbar
|by Anonymous||reply 161||08/24/2010|
Denise Nicholas - A Piece Of The Action
|by Anonymous||reply 162||08/24/2010|
Robert DeNiro - can't decide between Taxi Driver or Godfather 2.
|by Anonymous||reply 163||08/24/2010|
Daryl Hannah - The Pope of Greenwich Village
|by Anonymous||reply 164||08/24/2010|
What about Jodie Foster?
|by Anonymous||reply 165||08/24/2010|
Will Smith in I am Legend.
I usually hate every movie he is in, but his body in that movie was just sick.
|by Anonymous||reply 166||08/24/2010|
[quote]What about Jodie Foster?
JF in Alice doesn't live here anymore!
|by Anonymous||reply 167||08/24/2010|
What about Johnny Depp? Or Catherine Deneuve?
|by Anonymous||reply 168||08/24/2010|
Catherine Deneuve in (funnily enough) Repulsion.
|by Anonymous||reply 169||08/24/2010|
I hope not to repeat what some have already posted.
Jamie Lee Curtis: Trading places
Anne Parillaud: La Femme Nikita
Jeanne Moreau: Elevator to the gallows
Beatrice Dalle: Betty Blue
Sam Shepard: Frances
Vincent Cassel and Viggo Mortensen: Eastern Promises
Richard Gere: Days of heaven
Maggie Cheung and Tony Leung: In the mood for love
Isabelle Adjani: Subway - excellent choice R129!
What was Tilda Swinton's 'peak' film?
|by Anonymous||reply 170||08/24/2010|
Cathy Moriarty: Raging Bull
|by Anonymous||reply 171||08/24/2010|
Katherine Hepburn: Bringing up baby
|by Anonymous||reply 172||08/24/2010|
Jodie Foster - Sommersby.
|by Anonymous||reply 173||08/24/2010|
Sissy Spacek in Carrie.
|by Anonymous||reply 174||08/24/2010|
Gene Wilder was never a beauty, but he was his best in Young Frankenstein. The B&W lighting really gave him smooth clear skin. Big change by the time Silver Streak came around.
|by Anonymous||reply 175||08/24/2010|
Michael York in Logan's Run (along with Farah and Jenny I mentioned earlier).
|by Anonymous||reply 176||08/24/2010|
Christopher Reeve, the first Superman.
|by Anonymous||reply 177||08/24/2010|
Melanie Griffith: Something wild
|by Anonymous||reply 178||08/24/2010|
katharine hepburn - woman of the year
|by Anonymous||reply 179||08/24/2010|
Vin Diesel in Pitch Black.
Naomi Watts in Mulholland Drive.
Definitely agree with Jude Law in Talented Mr. Ripley.
|by Anonymous||reply 180||08/24/2010|
Mickey Rourke: Nine 1/2 weeks
|by Anonymous||reply 181||08/24/2010|
Christopher Plummer - The Sound of Music
|by Anonymous||reply 182||08/24/2010|
Omar Sharif & Peter O'Toole - Lawrence of Arabia
|by Anonymous||reply 183||08/24/2010|
Buster Crabbe - Flash Gordon%0D Jon Erik Hexum - Voyagers%0D Jeffry Hunter - Star Trek pilot.
|by Anonymous||reply 184||08/24/2010|
R80, You mentioned Morocco for Marlene and you also mentioned Gary Cooper, yet for a different movie. I have to say that Gary was in his prime in Morocco.
|by Anonymous||reply 185||08/24/2010|
Gary Cooper's face was the most beautiful visage ever committed to celluloid, y/n?
|by Anonymous||reply 186||08/24/2010|
kim basinger in batman kevin costner in no way out michael douglas in romancing the stone kathleen turner in body heat jack nicholson in prizzi's honor sharon stone in basic instinct grace kelly in to catch a thief sean connery in dr no ursula andress in dr no ditto top gun cast cam diaz in the mask brad pitt in a river runs through it
|by Anonymous||reply 187||08/24/2010|
Whitney Houston in The Bodyguard
Keanu Reeves in Speed
Natalie Wood in All The Fine Young Cannibals
George Hamilton in All The Fine Young Cannibals
|by Anonymous||reply 188||08/24/2010|
Gil Gerard - Buck Rogers
|by Anonymous||reply 189||08/24/2010|
Olivia Hussey: Romeo and Juliet
|by Anonymous||reply 190||08/24/2010|
Streep in "Manhattan"
Costner at sunset near the end of "Field of Dreams"
|by Anonymous||reply 191||08/24/2010|
Kevin Costner in The Untouchables
William McNamara in Chasers
James Marsden? Maybe Enchanted
(And yes to Elwes, Firth, and Everett in Another Country)
|by Anonymous||reply 192||08/24/2010|
Doris Day: Move Over Darling%0D %0D Liz Taylor: Butterfield 8
|by Anonymous||reply 193||08/24/2010|
Michelle Pfeiffer - White Oleander
Faye Dunaway - Eyes of Laura Mars (the fashion!)
Brad Pitt - A River Runs Through It
Joan Crawford - Dancing Lady
Bette Davis - Of Human Bondage
Judy Garland - Meet Me in St. Louis
Joan Collins - "Edith Keeler" on Star Trek
Uma Thurman - Batman & Robin
|by Anonymous||reply 194||08/24/2010|
William Holden: Loves A Many Splendored Thing
|by Anonymous||reply 195||08/24/2010|
Barbara Parkins: Valley Of The Dolls
|by Anonymous||reply 196||08/24/2010|
Uma Thurman: Dangerous Liaisons
|by Anonymous||reply 197||08/24/2010|
Rachel Ward - The Thorn Birds
Colin Firth - Pride and Prejudice
|by Anonymous||reply 198||08/24/2010|
Charlotte Rampling: Stardust Memories
|by Anonymous||reply 199||08/24/2010|
Robert Cummings: Love that Bob%0D %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 200||08/24/2010|
Colin Firth: A Single Man
|by Anonymous||reply 201||08/24/2010|
The guy that played Tony Polard in Valley of the Dolls.
|by Anonymous||reply 202||08/24/2010|
Vincent Price: Laura
|by Anonymous||reply 203||08/24/2010|
Liz Taylor - A Place in the Sun
Montgomery Clift - Red River
|by Anonymous||reply 204||08/24/2010|
Cybil Sheppard: The Last Picture Show%0D %0D Clint Eastwood: Dirty Harry
|by Anonymous||reply 205||08/24/2010|
Guy Madison: Till the End of Time
|by Anonymous||reply 206||08/24/2010|
Tom Sellek: Magnum P.I.%0D %0D Troy Donahue: A Summer Place and Rome Adventure
|by Anonymous||reply 207||08/24/2010|
Christina Ferreri: Only while married to John De Loren
|by Anonymous||reply 208||08/24/2010|
Cary Grant: To Catch A Thief%0D %0D Grace Kelly: Rear Window%0D %0D Jimmy Stewart: Vertigo
|by Anonymous||reply 209||08/24/2010|
Christy Brinkley: Every fucking day of her life !
|by Anonymous||reply 210||08/24/2010|
Sophia Loren: El Cid
|by Anonymous||reply 211||08/24/2010|
Ann Margaret: Carnal Knowledge%0D %0D Jack Nicholson: Carnal Knowledge
|by Anonymous||reply 212||08/24/2010|
Robert DeNiro in The Godfather II, just beautiful, could not look away.%0D %0D Jude Law in The Talented Mr. Ripley.%0D %0D Ben Afflect in Hollywood Land%0D %0D Richard Gere in American Gigolo%0D %0D Cybil Shepard in the last picture show%0D %0D The first time I saw CZJ was in Entrapment and I was like OMG who is this beautiful creature.%0D %0D %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 213||08/24/2010|
Caroll Baker: The Carpetbaggers
|by Anonymous||reply 214||08/24/2010|
Jonathan Rhys Meyers - Gormenghast "these are kitchen pants"
|by Anonymous||reply 215||08/24/2010|
woops, forgive me - "kitchen trousers"
|by Anonymous||reply 216||08/24/2010|
Catherine Denueve in Belle de Jour%0D %0D Isabelle Adjani in Queen Margot%0D %0D Vincent Perez in Indochine%0D %0D Brad Pitt in Fight Club%0D %0D Linda Hamilton in Terminator 2%0D %0D Harrison Ford in Raiders of the Lost Ark
|by Anonymous||reply 217||08/24/2010|
David Keith, The Lords of Discipline%0D %0D %0D Christopher Walken, The Deer Hunter. He was ethereally beautiful.%0D %0D %0D %0D Steven Bauer, Thief of Hearts%0D %0D %0D %0D Matthew McConnahey, Lone Star%0D %0D %0D %0D Howard Rollins, Ragtime; A Soldier's Story. (Near-perfect specimen of strong, chiseled manhood. Damn.)%0D %0D %0D %0D Michael Nouri, Brian Benben, Joe Penny -- The Gangster Chronicles%0D %0D John Stockwell, Christine; Top Gun
|by Anonymous||reply 218||08/24/2010|
Jeffrey Hunter - "The Searchers"
|by Anonymous||reply 219||08/24/2010|
[quote]What about Johnny Depp?
We have all agreed: Chocolat
|by Anonymous||reply 220||08/24/2010|
Marilyn Monroe in the unfinished "Somethings got to give". Elegant and ethereal. Takes my breath away.
|by Anonymous||reply 221||08/24/2010|
Godzilla in Monster Island.
|by Anonymous||reply 222||08/24/2010|
Denzil Washington- I cannot think of the movie but he played a blues musician and it was directed by Spike lee. Fight Club was Brad at his hottest IMO. Mr. and Mrs. Smith for Angelina Jolie. Moonstruck for Cher. Oceans 11 for George Clooney. The Pirates of The Caribbean franchise for Orlando Bloom. 21 jump street (tv show)for Johnny Deep. The Matrix for Keanu Reeves. Moulin Rouge for Nicole Kidman. The Mask for Cameron Diaz. Mad Max for Mad Mel Gibson. Office Space for Jennifer Aniston. The Talented Mr. Ripley for Jude Law. Mission Impossible for Tom Cruise. Catwomen (horrendous movie)it was made just to flaunt Halle Berry's beauty. Great Expectations for Gwyneth Paltrow and Ethan Hawk. Blade for Wesley Snipes. Dracula for Winona Ryder. The Virgin Suicides for Kristen Dunst. Zorro for Catherine Zeta Jones. Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down or any of his other Spanish films for Antonio Banderaz. Awful film but- Even Cowgirls Get The Blues for Uma Thurman- she was enchanting. She was also quite beautiful in the film she met Ethan Hawk in, I cannot think of the name. Bedazzled for Elizabeth Hurley. Gods and Monsters for Brandon Frazier. Lord of The Rings for Viggo Mortensen.
|by Anonymous||reply 223||08/24/2010|
'Mo Better Blues for Denzel,#223
|by Anonymous||reply 224||08/24/2010|
Could you please put some spacing in there, R223?
|by Anonymous||reply 225||08/24/2010|
[quote]Denzil Washington- I cannot think of the movie but he played a blues musician and it was directed by Spike lee
That would be [italic]Mo' Better Blues[/italic], R223. My choice would be from the same era (just a year earlier!): Glory. I couldn't keep my eyes off him he was so beautiful, which felt inappropriate given the subject matter.
Echoing all the other replies of Cameron Diaz in [italic]The Mask[/italic]. It must be painful for her to look back now and see how stunning she used to look.
Gregory Peck: [italic]Roman Holiday[/italic].
Rob Lowe: [italic]Class[/italic] or [italic]Youngblood[/italic].
|by Anonymous||reply 226||08/24/2010|
Greta Garbo "Camille"
Ingrid Bergman "Gaslight"
Cary Grant "Suspicion"
Bette Davis "Now, Voyager"
Katherine Hepburn "The Philadelphia Story"
Judy Garland "Presenting Lily Mars"
Rock Hudson "Giant"
Elizabeth Taylor "A Place In The Sun"
|by Anonymous||reply 227||08/24/2010|
Dracula had all these actors in their prime:%0D --Keanu Reeves, Cary Elwes, Billy Campbell (wow), Winona Ryder and the ex-wife of Jude Law (forgot her name).%0D %0D Sandra Bullock - Hope Floats%0D %0D Viggo Mortensen - A Perfect Murder%0D %0D Keanu Reeves - Point Break%0D %0D Russell Crowe - The Sum of Us%0D %0D %0D %0D %0D %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 228||08/24/2010|
Leslie Cheung - Ashes of Time
Jude Law - Wilde
Juliette Binoche - Three Colours: Blue
Christian Slater - Heathers
Jason Patric - After Dark, My Sweet
Gwyneth Paltrow - Mrs Parker & the Vicious Circle
Kate Beckinsale - The Last Days of Disco
Daniel Day Lewis - Unbearable Lightness of Being
Isaiah Washington - Get on the Bus
Tilda Swinton - Female Perversions
Alexis Arquette - Grief
Jennifer Tilly - Bound
|by Anonymous||reply 229||08/24/2010|
Jude Law was married to Sadie Frost, R228. And yes, Francis Ford Coppola's Dracula had Cary Elwes, Bill Campbell, Keanu Reeves and Sadie Frost in it.
Sadly, Cary Elwes went downhill a few years later.
|by Anonymous||reply 230||08/24/2010|
Could you please put some spacing in there, [R223]? OK. Here you go.
Denzil Washington- Mo better Blues, (thanks R-226)
Fight Club was Brad at his hottest IMO.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith for Angelina Jolie.
Moonstruck for Cher.
Oceans 11 for George Clooney.
The Pirates of The Caribbean franchise for Orlando Bloom.
21 jump street (tv show)for Johnny Deep.
The Matrix for Keanu Reeves.
Moulin Rouge for Nicole Kidman.
The Mask for Cameron Diaz.
Mad Max for Mad Mel Gibson.
Office Space for Jennifer Aniston.
The Talented Mr. Ripley for Jude Law.
Mission Impossible for Tom Cruise.
Catwomen (horrendous movie)it was made just to flaunt Halle Berry's beauty.
Great Expectations for Gwyneth Paltrow and Ethan Hawk.
Blade for Wesley Snipes.
Dracula for Winona Ryder.
The Virgin Suicides for Kristen Dunst.
Zorro for Catherine Zeta Jones.
Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down or any of his other Spanish films for Antonio Banderaz.
Awful film, but- Even Cowgirls Get The Blues for Uma Thurman- she was enchanting. She was also quite beautiful in the film she met Ethan Hawk in, I cannot think of the name.
Bedazzled for Elizabeth Hurley.
Gods and Monsters for Brandon Frazier.
Lord of The Rings for Viggo Mortensen.
|by Anonymous||reply 231||08/24/2010|
R218 I agree 100% about Chris Walken in Deer Hunter (also, in the pic at link doesn't he resemble Johnny Depp a bit as well?)
|by Anonymous||reply 232||08/24/2010|
Russell Crowe & Hugo Weaving both in "Proof"
Link to trailer.
|by Anonymous||reply 233||08/25/2010|
I thought Orlando Bloom was gorgeous in Troy.
|by Anonymous||reply 234||08/25/2010|
Isabelle Adjani - Camille Claudel and Subway
Isabelle Huppert - Une Histoire de Femmes
Juliette Binoche - The English Patient
Catherine Deneuve - Le Dernier Metro
Fanny Ardant - Vivement Dimanche!
Romy Schneider - Garde a Vue and most of her 70s films
Jeanne Moreau - Ascenseur pour l'echafaud
Brigitte Bardot - And God Created Woman
Simone Signoret - Casque d'Or
Stephane Audran - La Femme Infidele
Charlotte Rampling - La chair de l'orchidee
Carole Bouquet - Trop belle pour toi
Emmanuelle Beart - La Belle Noiseuse and Un Coeur en Hiver
Penelope Cruz - Volver
Melina Mercouri - Never on a Sunday
Liv Ullmann - Cries and Whispers
Ingrid Thulin - Wild Strawberries
Harriet Andersson - Sasom i en spegel
Marlene Dietrich - Everything from Morocco to Judgment at Nuremberg
Greta Garbo - Queen Christine
Ingrid Bergman - Casablanca
|by Anonymous||reply 235||08/25/2010|
Bloom, Pitt and Bana all were gorgeous in Troy, R234.
|by Anonymous||reply 236||08/25/2010|
Pitt has never done it for me, R236. I just don't see the appeal.
|by Anonymous||reply 237||08/25/2010|
I wish I had R235 in my life somehow.
|by Anonymous||reply 238||08/25/2010|
Judy Garland-Meet me in St. Louise
Brooke Shields-The Blue Lagoon
Johnny Depp-Cry Baby
Jamie Lee Curtis-Halloween
Natasia Kinski-Cat People
The Cast of Topgun
Diane Lane-The Outsiders
Tatum O' Neal-Little Darlings
Andrew McCarthy-Less Than Zero/Pretty In Pink
|by Anonymous||reply 239||08/25/2010|
Rob Lowe - Oxford Blues%0D %0D Mark Harmon - Centennial%0D %0D Tim Hutton - Taps%0D %0D Tom Cruise - Taps%0D %0D Geoffrey Horne - The Bridge on the River Kwai - Following his work in "The Bridge on the River Kwai," MGM briefly considered him for the lead role in its 1959 re-make of "Ben-Hur."%0D %0D %0D %0D %0D %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 240||08/25/2010|
William Holden was much hotter in "Sunset Boulevard than "...Splendored Thing" because his chest was left in its gloriously hairy natural state.
|by Anonymous||reply 241||08/25/2010|
Mickey Rourke in Diner
|by Anonymous||reply 242||08/25/2010|
Keanu Reeves & River Phoenix - My own Private Idaho%0D %0D %0D %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 243||08/25/2010|
Tyrone Power - The Long Gray Line%0D %0D Kim Novak - The Eddy Duchin Story%0D %0D Guy Madison - Till The End Of Time%0D %0D Hart Bochner - War and Remembrance
|by Anonymous||reply 244||08/25/2010|
Yet another promising DL thread gets hijacked by the really, really OLD people.
|by Anonymous||reply 245||08/25/2010|
Drew Barrymore- Boys on the Side
|by Anonymous||reply 246||08/25/2010|
Lillian Gish, "Prudence On An Ice Floe!"
|by Anonymous||reply 247||08/25/2010|
Anouk Aimee--8 1/2%0D %0D Jean Harlow--Red Dust%0D %0D Alain Delon--Rocco and His Brothers%0D %0D Tyrone Power--Marie Antoinette%0D %0D Ramon Novarro--Across to Singapore%0D %0D Jean-Pierre Leaud--Stolen Kisses%0D %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 248||08/25/2010|
Yul Brynner- The 10 Commandments
|by Anonymous||reply 249||08/25/2010|
Cybil Sheppard: The Heartbreak Kid
Cary Elwes: Lady Jane
Jan-Michael Vincent: Buster and Billie
|by Anonymous||reply 250||08/25/2010|
Paul Newman-BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID%0D %0D Robert Redford-THE WAY WE WERE%0D %0D Hart Bochner-ISLANDS IN THE STREAM%0D %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 251||08/25/2010|
Cybill Shepherd and Timothy Bottoms in THE LAST PICTURE SHOW. Stunning.
|by Anonymous||reply 252||08/25/2010|
Yvette Mimieux- Light in the Piazza, Where the Boys Are.%0D %0D Fabian - High Time%0D %0D Steve McQueen - Thomas Crown Affair%0D %0D Jacqueline Bissett - The Detective%0D %0D Grace Kelly - Rear Window%0D %0D Natalie Wood-- Splendor in the Grass%0D %0D Warren Beatty ditto%0D %0D John Philip Law (barefoot and shirtless) Hurry, Sundown%0D %0D Faye Dunaway -- Bonnie and Clyde, Thomas Crown Affair.%0D %0D Vanessa Redgrave -- Camelot%0D %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 253||08/25/2010|
Alain Delon - Purple Noon%0D %0D Jane Fonda- Tall Story%0D %0D Rod Taylor - Raintree County%0D %0D Elizabeth Taylor -- A Place in the Sun%0D %0D Don Murray -- Bus Stop%0D %0D Jan-Michael Vincent - Buster and Billie%0D %0D John Gavin - Spartacus%0D %0D Sal Mineo -- Exodus%0D %0D Paul Newman -- Cat on a Hot Tin Roof%0D %0D Henry Wilcoxin-- Cleopatra (Claudette Colbert)%0D %0D Ann-Margret -- Bye, Bye Birdie and State Fair%0D %0D Treat Williams -- TV version of A Streetcar Named Desire with Ann-Margret.%0D %0D Gordon MacRae -- The Desert Song%0D %0D Jean Simmons --- Guys and Dolls%0D %0D Marlon Brando --- Streetcar and Guys and Dolls%0D %0D Keith Carradine --- Nashville%0D %0D %0D %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 254||08/25/2010|
Dolores Hart - Where the Boys Are%0D %0D Paula Prentiss - Where the Boys Are%0D %0D Maureen O'Hara - The Long Gray Line%0D %0D Lynn Redgrave - Centennial%0D %0D Sally Kellerman - Centennial
|by Anonymous||reply 255||08/25/2010|
Tom Cruise: All the Right Moves
Brooke Shields: Endless Love
|by Anonymous||reply 256||08/25/2010|
Jessica Lange - The Postman Always Rings Twice
Tom Berenger - The Big Chill
Kevin Kline - In and Out
|by Anonymous||reply 257||08/25/2010|
Candice Bergen: The Adventurers, The Magus%0D %0D Simon MacCorkindale: Death on the Nile%0D %0D Dermot Mulrooney: Lifetime Companion%0D %0D Robert Stack: A Date with Judy%0D %0D Vince Edwards: The Killing%0D %0D %0D %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 258||08/25/2010|
Jude Law in Cold Mountain %0D %0D Mel Gibson in Mrs. Soffel%0D %0D William Hurt in Eyewitness%0D %0D Brad Pitt in Interview with a Vampire (sans dialog)%0D %0D Marlon Brando in A Streetcar Named Desire%0D %0D Robert De Niro in New York, New York%0D %0D William Holden in Born Yesterday%0D %0D Viggo Mortensen in A Perfect Murder%0D %0D Ryan Gosling in Fracture%0D %0D Steve McQueen dancing at a party (can't find the Youtube clip anymore). He seemed so at ease in his body, contrary to how he appeared in films. %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 259||08/25/2010|
Steve Guttenberg - The Bedroom Window
|by Anonymous||reply 260||08/25/2010|
Jon Voight Midnight Cowboy
Burt Reynolds Deliverance (much better than the Bandit)
Warren Beatty, Goldie Hawn and Julie Christie Shampoo
Brad Davis Midnight Express
|by Anonymous||reply 261||08/25/2010|
Britney Spears 2000 VMA performance.
|by Anonymous||reply 262||08/26/2010|
Paul Newman in Long Hot Summer...God he was so sexy in that role.%0D %0D Richard Gere in American Gigilo%0D %0D Michelle Pfieffer in Fabulous Baker Boys and I am Sam%0D %0D Matthew Broderick in the 90's (yes, he was hot) in lesser known movies like Infinity and Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle.%0D %0D Wesley Snipes in The Fan%0D %0D Demi Moore in Indecent Proposal%0D %0D Both Cher and Nick Cage in Moonstruck%0D %0D Leo DiCaprio in Titanic%0D %0D %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 263||08/26/2010|
Jennifer Aniston in Leprechaun%0D %0D Charlize Theron in Monster%0D %0D Julia Roberts in Oceans 11%0D %0D Mickey Rourke in The Wrestler
|by Anonymous||reply 264||08/26/2010|
Patrick Swayze - Road House
|by Anonymous||reply 265||08/26/2010|
Daniel Day Lewis -- Unbearable Lightness of Being
|by Anonymous||reply 266||08/26/2010|
Wrong thread R264. It's films that displayed peak beauty, not ugliness.
|by Anonymous||reply 267||08/26/2010|
Colin Firth--Valmont%0D %0D Kevin Costner--Revenge%0D %0D Jeanne Moreau--Eve
|by Anonymous||reply 268||08/26/2010|
Judy Davis - My Brilliant Career
|by Anonymous||reply 269||08/26/2010|
Not to defend the notorious turd named "Armaggeddon", but they got Ben Affleck to look quite studly in it.
|by Anonymous||reply 270||08/26/2010|
Lena Olin-Unbearable Lightness of Being.
|by Anonymous||reply 271||08/26/2010|
"What was Tilda Swinton's 'peak' film?"
When one is constant perfection, a "peak" is not a real possibility.
|by Anonymous||reply 272||08/26/2010|
Juliette Binoche - "The English Patient"
Annette Bening - "The Grifters"
Gena Davis - "Thelma and Louise"
|by Anonymous||reply 273||08/26/2010|
John Phillip Law - The Russians are Coming! The Russians are Coming!%0D %0D Deborah Kerr - Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison%0D %0D Debbie Reynolds - Tammy and the Bachelor%0D %0D Suzan Ball - War Arrow%0D %0D Denny Miller - Wagon Train%0D %0D Keith Larsen - Brave Eagle%0D %0D
|by Anonymous||reply 274||08/26/2010|
Olivia de Havilland in MY COUSIN RACHEL (with a young Richard Burton).
|by Anonymous||reply 275||08/28/2010|
Sarah Jessica Parker in the title role of "War Horse"
|by Anonymous||reply 276||08/28/2010|
Michelle Pfeiffer was at her best in Ladyhawk.
|by Anonymous||reply 277||08/28/2010|
Marty Feldmen in Young Frankenstien.
|by Anonymous||reply 278||08/28/2010|
|by Anonymous||reply 279||01/11/2012|
Kathy Hepburn - Woman of the Year
|by Anonymous||reply 280||01/11/2012|
Robert Redford in The Way We Were
(Although he was also pretty damn hot in The Electric Horseman 16 yrs later)
Vivien Leigh in Gone with the Wind
Agreed with a previous poster on Jude Law in Talented Mr. Ripley (Just saw it recently, he was stunning)
Clooney in the tux scene in Ocean's 11
|by Anonymous||reply 281||01/11/2012|
Vivien Leigh in Gone with the Wind agree!
|by Anonymous||reply 282||01/11/2012|
Kurt Russell in "Escape From New York". Yummy with two spoons and a napkin.
|by Anonymous||reply 283||01/11/2012|
Montgomery Clift : Red River
|by Anonymous||reply 284||01/11/2012|
R21, I find these Helen Lawson jokes increasingly unfunny.
|by Anonymous||reply 285||01/11/2012|
Sharon Stone in Basic Instinct
|by Anonymous||reply 286||01/11/2012|
Monty Clift. A PLACE IN THE SUN
|by Anonymous||reply 287||01/11/2012|
Sam Elliott - Lifeguard
Keith Carradine - Nashville
Nick Nolte - The Deep
|by Anonymous||reply 288||01/11/2012|
Bette Davis - Whatever happened to Baby Jane ?
|by Anonymous||reply 289||01/11/2012|
Matt Damon in "The Rainmaker"
|by Anonymous||reply 290||01/12/2012|
Alain Delon - Plein Soleil (Purple Noon)
Ava Gardner - Pandora and the Flying Dutchman
Marilyn Monroe - any of them !
Tyrone Power - Son of Fury - ditto Gene Tierney
Elizabeth Taylor - The Last Time I Saw Paris
Sophia Loren - Boy On A Dolphin / Houseboat
Faye Dunaway - Thomas Crown Affair
Julie Christie - Darling / Dr Zhivago
Fabian - Hound Dog Man
|by Anonymous||reply 291||01/12/2012|
Dakota Fanning, age 6
|by Anonymous||reply 292||01/12/2012|
Jan-Michael Vincent in "The Mechanic".
|by Anonymous||reply 293||01/12/2012|
Christopher Atkins in "Blue Lagoon".
|by Anonymous||reply 294||01/12/2012|
Brooke Shields in Endless Love
Diane Lane in The Outsiders and The Cotton Club
Richard Gere in American Gigolo
Winona Ryder in Heathers
Tom Cruise in Topgun
Andrew Macarthey in Less Than Zero
|by Anonymous||reply 295||01/12/2012|
Cher - Mermaids
Robert Redford in any of his movies up through Three Days of the Condor
Sam Groom - The Babymaker
Liz Taylor in Giant
Rock Hudson in Giant
Keanu Reeves - Speed
Richard Gere - An Officer and a Gentleman
Russell Crowe - Gladiator
Faye Dunaway - Eyes of Laura Mars
James Dean - East of Eden
|by Anonymous||reply 296||01/12/2012|
Banderas: "Law of Desire"
Grace Kelly: Have to agree with "To Catch a Thief."
Alec Baldwin: "Miami Blues" although one suspects they enhanced the chest hair.
Paul Newman: "Hud"
Mark Harmon: "Summer School"
Kevin Costner: "No Way Out" (homophobic drek but they made him sexy, which was no easy feat)
Hart Bochner: "Breaking Away"
|by Anonymous||reply 297||01/12/2012|
Sandra Bullock - Speed
|by Anonymous||reply 298||01/12/2012|
[quote]Fabian - Hound Dog Man
Agreed He was perfection.
|by Anonymous||reply 299||01/12/2012|
Charlize Theron - The Cider House Rules
Julianne Moore - The End of the Affair
Bridget Fonda - Point of No Return
Juliette Lewis - Strange Days
Julia Roberts - Sleeping with the Enemy
Demi Moore - Striptease
Sharon Stone - Sliver
Uma Thurman - Gattaca
Winona Ryder - The Age of Innocence
Mila Jovovich - Dazed and Confused
Madonna - Evita
Liv Tyler - Empire Records
|by Anonymous||reply 300||01/12/2012|
Elizabeth Taylor in The Last Time I Saw Paris.
|by Anonymous||reply 301||01/12/2012|
Jeff Bridges, Against all Odds...for sure.
|by Anonymous||reply 302||01/12/2012|
Janet Jackson, Poetic Justice
|by Anonymous||reply 303||01/12/2012|
Rhonda Fleming - Those Redheads From Seattle (1953)
|by Anonymous||reply 304||01/12/2012|
Richard Gere - American Gigolo (I never wanted to see him in anything else after that ...)
Keanu - so buff in Speed, where he is every gay man's fantasy boyfriend.
|by Anonymous||reply 305||01/12/2012|
Couldn't stick to reading every post, so please excuse any repetitions:
Tony Curtis - Spartacus
Natalie Wood - Gypsy or Splendor In The Grass
Dyan Cannon - Bob Ted Carol and Alice
Diana Ross - Mahogany
Madonna - Vogue (I know... but really she looked better than in any film)
Julie Christie - Darling
Kurt, Mel, and Michelle - ALL in Tequila Sunrise
Audrey Hepburn - Funny Face
Alec Baldwin - Working Girl
Bill Pullman - A League Of Their Own
Halle Berry - Swordfish
Cybill Shepherd - The Last Picture Show
Cyd Charisse - Singing In The Rain
Ryan Reynolds - The Proposal
Grace Kelly - I agree with the It Takes A Thief clan
Marilyn Monroe was perfection in All About Eve, but more of the legendary bombshell we all know and adore in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
Robert Redford looked his best when accompanied by great outfits - Downhill Racer or The Great Gatsby
|by Anonymous||reply 306||01/13/2012|
[quote] I agree with the It Takes A Thief clan
OOps - I meant "To Catch A Thief"
|by Anonymous||reply 307||01/13/2012|
Ann Margret - Viva Las Vegas
Elvis Presley - Viva Las Vegas
Jane Fonda - Barbarella
Dennis Quaid - Breaking Away
Maria Schneider - Last Tango In Paris
Suzanne Sommers - American Graffiti (where she didn't have to smile)
Jessica Lange - King Kong
|by Anonymous||reply 308||01/13/2012|
Ethel Merman - There's No Business Like Show Business
Thelma Ritter - All About Eve
Agnes Moorehead - Bewitched
Ernest Borgnine - The Poseidon Adventure
Carol Channing - Thoroughly Modern Millie
John Goodman - Everybody's All-American
Michael Caine - Alfie
Ron Howard - the Courtship of Eddie's Father
Eve Arden - Mildred Pierce
|by Anonymous||reply 309||01/13/2012|
Marilyn Monroe was never more beautiful than in the surviving footage of her unfinished last film "Something's Got to Give".
|by Anonymous||reply 310||01/13/2012|
Hayden Christensen - Life as a House
Cary Elwes - Princess Bride
Mel Gibson - Mad Max
|by Anonymous||reply 311||01/13/2012|
Sharon Stone - Stardust Memories
Catherine Deneuve - The Umbrellas of Cherbourg
Gwyneth Paltrow - Shallow Hal
Rita Hayworth - Gilda
Cindy Crawford - Fair Game
Elisha Cuthbert - The Girl Next Door
Max Beesley - Tom Jones
Guillaume Canet - The Beach
Sean Penn - The Game
Ryan Gosling - Half Nelson
Keanu Reeves - The Night Before
Edward Norton - American History X
|by Anonymous||reply 312||01/13/2012|
Keanu Reeves - Point Break
Keanu Reeves - My Own Private Idaho
Keanu Reeves - Devil's Advocate
Keanu Reeves - The Matrix
Keanu Reeves - Somethings Got To Give
|by Anonymous||reply 313||01/13/2012|
Matt Dillon-Little Darlings
older Matt Dillon-Crash
|by Anonymous||reply 314||01/13/2012|
|by Anonymous||reply 315||01/13/2012|
Demi Moore - A Few Good Men Tom Cruise - A Few Good Men Robert DeNiro - Godfather II Keanu Reeves - The Matrix Catherine Zeta Jones - Zorro
Wentworth Miller - Prison Break, season 3 Jensen Ackles - Supernatural, seasons 3 Sarah Shahi - Life
|by Anonymous||reply 316||01/13/2012|
Mabe it's time for a sister thread:
"People at the nadir of their beauty and the film in which they dared reveal it."
A lot of Oscar winning roles (Charlize, Grace) and/or Oscar winning attempts (Shelley in "Poseidon Adventure" or Mariah in "Precious") in this category.
I don't have $18.00 on me.
|by Anonymous||reply 317||01/14/2012|
Keanu Reeves - The Matrix
Meryl Streep - Out of Africa
Kate Winslet - Titanic
Dennis Quaid - The Big Easy
Gale Harold - 3rd season QAF
John Cuasack - Martian Child
Marlon Brando - On The Waterfront
Ioan Gruffudd - Hornblower
|by Anonymous||reply 318||01/14/2012|
Lourdes Ciccone Leon - Evita
|by Anonymous||reply 319||01/14/2012|
De Niro : Taxi Driver
|by Anonymous||reply 320||01/14/2012|
Jack Nicholson - Five Easy Pieces
Diane Keaton - Looking for Mr. Goodbar
Sigourney Weaver - Working Girl
|by Anonymous||reply 321||01/14/2012|
Dennis Quaid and Ellen Barkin, The Big Easy.
They looked great and great film.
|by Anonymous||reply 322||01/14/2012|
Not one of her best films, but when it comes to sheer beauty: Katharine Hepburn in Keepers of the Flame. Best she ever looked.
|by Anonymous||reply 323||01/14/2012|
|by Anonymous||reply 324||01/20/2012|
Helena Bonham Carter in "Planet of the Apes". Stunning.
|by Anonymous||reply 325||01/20/2012|
Marilyn Monroe in her unfinished movie from the summer of '62, and the "Happy Birthday" serenade to JFK.
|by Anonymous||reply 326||01/20/2012|
|by Anonymous||reply 327||01/21/2012|
Jude Law, Midnight in The Garden of Good and Evil. Jude Law in Ripply.
|by Anonymous||reply 328||02/08/2012|
Whitney - The Bodyguard.
|by Anonymous||reply 329||02/08/2012|
Macaulay Culkin - Home Alone
Brad Renfro - The Client
Jake Lloyd _ The Phantom Menance(Star Wars 1)
|by Anonymous||reply 330||02/11/2012|
Diane Lane and Viggo Mortensen – A Walk on the Moon
Jean Paul Belmondo – Breathless (all copies of the sad remake with Richard Gere should be destroyed)
Robbie Robertson – The Last Waltz
|by Anonymous||reply 331||02/11/2012|
|by Anonymous||reply 332||02/12/2012|
We have a winner at R329.
|by Anonymous||reply 333||02/12/2012|
Marilyn Monroe - Some Like it Hot
Diane Lane - Under the Tuscan Sun, though she did look radiant in Nights in Rodanthe
Madonna - Desperately Seeking Susan
Neve Campbell - Scream IV (maturity suits her)
|by Anonymous||reply 334||03/29/2012|
Robert Patrick in "Terminator 2"...and then he went straight to hell - didn't pass go, didn't collect $200. Just took the runaway train to hell.
|by Anonymous||reply 335||03/29/2012|
Sharon Tate - Valley of the Dolls Juliette Benoche - Blue Michelle Pfeiffer - Scarface Racquel Welch - Kansas City Bomber Jacqueline Bisset - The Deep Elizabeth Taylor - Giant Catherine Zeta Jones - Mark of Zorro Brooke Shields - Blue Lagoon
|by Anonymous||reply 336||03/30/2012|
I thought Brroke looked her most beautiful in Brenda Starr.
|by Anonymous||reply 337||03/30/2012|
Why so many women examples? There must be a lot of lesbians here
|by Anonymous||reply 338||03/30/2012|
the thread read "peak beauty" and i thought it meant women. sorry mary
|by Anonymous||reply 339||03/30/2012|
R325, you nailed it!
|by Anonymous||reply 340||03/30/2012|
Yes, Whitney Houston - the Bodyguard Charlize Theron - Sweet November Keanu Reeves - Sweet November Brad Pitt - Legends of the Fall Leo DiCaprio - Titanic Al Pacino - Godfather II James Dean - East of Eden Warren Beatty - Splendor in the Grass Natalie Wood - Splendor in the Grass James Franco - Spiderman (Green Goblin scene) Angelina Jolie - Gia
|by Anonymous||reply 341||03/30/2012|
I'm a gay male, and Kathleen Turner in 'Body Heat' took my breath away. One of the most beautiful women I've ever seen.
|by Anonymous||reply 342||03/30/2012|
Jean Simmons Spartacus
Emmanuelle Beart Eight Women
Sophia Loren A Special Day
|by Anonymous||reply 343||03/30/2012|
Ann Bancroft The Graduate Katherine Ross Jeff Bridges Against All Odds Rachel Ward Against All Odds Judy Garland Wizard of Oz Vivica Fox Set it Off Peter Lawford Little Women Barbara Perkins Valley of the Dolls
|by Anonymous||reply 344||03/30/2012|
andrew gsrfield-the social network
brooke shields-blue lagoon
al pacino- the godfather
antonio bandaras-interview with a vampire
eric bana and orlando bloom-troy
|by Anonymous||reply 345||03/30/2012|
i mean't garfield.
|by Anonymous||reply 346||03/30/2012|
Sophia Loren - Boy on a Dolphin
Monica Vitti - Modesty Blaise
Ava Gardner - Pandora and the Flying Dutchman
Catherine Deneuve - Repulsion
Romy Schneider - Good Neighbour Sam
Anouk Aimee - Justine
Isabelle Adjani - History of Adele H
Jean Seberg - Bonjour Tristesse
Alain Delon - Purple Noon (Plein Soleil)
Jean Sorel & Claudia Cardinale - Sandra (Vague Stelle dell Orsa)
Silvana Mangano & Tony Perkins - The Sea Wall (1958)
James Dean - East of Eden
Fabian - Hound Dog Man
Capucine & Fabian - North to Alaska
Peter O'Toole - Lord Jim
Dirk Bogarde - Campbell's Kingdom
Kevin Costner - No Way Out
Linda Darnell - A Letter to 3 Wives
Tyrone Power & Gene Tierney - Son of Fury.
|by Anonymous||reply 347||03/30/2012|
and of course:
Marilyn - Theres No Business Like show Business
Elizabeth Taylor - The Last Time I Saw Paris & Giant
Grace Kelly - Rear Window & To Catch A Thief
Audrey Hepburn - Sabrina & Two For The Road
Janet Leigh - The Vikings
Kim Novak - Bell Book & Candle
Gregory Peck & Jean Simmons - The Big Country.
|by Anonymous||reply 348||03/30/2012|
Stephen Boyd - Ben Hur
Lee Remick - Anatomy of a Murder
Doris Day - The Pyjama Game
Kay Kendall - Les Girls & The Reluctant Debutante
Rock Hudson & Gina Lollobrigida - Come September
|by Anonymous||reply 349||03/30/2012|
Natalie Wood and Steve McQueen - Love With The Proper Stranger.
Greer Garson - Random Harvest (She was quite beautiful)
Mel Gibson and Sigourney Weaver - "The Year Of Living Dangerously"
|by Anonymous||reply 350||03/30/2012|
Lauren Bacall - Designing Woman
Cyd Charisse - The Bandwagon
|by Anonymous||reply 351||03/30/2012|
r229 - Wow! I was just about to post a nearly identical list.
Ewan McGregor - Pillow Book
Hugh Grant & Rupert Graves - Maurice
Antonio Banderas - Law of Desire
Rob Lowe - Youngblood
Robert DeNiro - Taxi Driver
Jude Law - Wilde
Viggo Mortensen - A Walk on the Moon
|by Anonymous||reply 352||03/31/2012|
Julia Roberts - Pretty Women
Sandra Bullock - Two Weeks Notice
|by Anonymous||reply 353||10/28/2012|
Naomi Watts stepping out of the cab smiling as she reaches the studio ("Mullholland Drive")
Cameron Diaz on stage dancing ("The Mask")
The late great Chris Penn in "At Close Range"
|by Anonymous||reply 354||10/28/2012|
Brooke Shields - The Blue Lagoon
Jude Law - The Talented Mr. Ripley
Diane Lane - The Cotton Club
Richard Gere - American Gigolo
Winona Ryder - Heathers
Judy Garland - Meet Me in St. Louise
Melanie Griffith - Working Girl
|by Anonymous||reply 355||10/28/2012|
Jennifer Jason Leigh - "Flesh + Blood" (1985)
|by Anonymous||reply 356||10/28/2012|
R355 - Melanie was chubby in Working Girl. I think Brooke looked better in the 80s and even early 90s than she did as a teen. Winona and Diane certainly blossomed more after their early roles.
|by Anonymous||reply 357||10/28/2012|
"Diane Lane and Viggo Mortensen â A Walk on the Moon"
Yes, for Viggo (OMG was he hot in it!), I think Lane is still peaking, she's aging really well.
|by Anonymous||reply 358||10/28/2012|
Kevin Bacon in Footloose
|by Anonymous||reply 359||10/28/2012|
Gabriel Byrne - Miller's Crossing
I watched it recently because I love Finney's tommy gun scene on the front lawn. I'd forgotten how gorgeous Byrne was at that time.
|by Anonymous||reply 360||10/28/2012|
Kristin Scott Thomas in The English Patient and everything after. Alexis Smith in The Two Mrs. Carrolls. I agree with the previously mentioned Bette Davis in Now, Voyager. Joan Crawford Mildred Pierce.
|by Anonymous||reply 361||10/28/2012|
Paula Prentiss "The Stepford Wives"
On a personal note...
As one of the Paula Prentiss trolls on Datalounge I wish all of you on the East Coast the best with all my heart. May whoever you deem to be your creator guide y'all through!
|by Anonymous||reply 362||10/28/2012|
JOHN travolta on Urban Cowboy.
|by Anonymous||reply 363||10/28/2012|
[quote]As one of the Paula Prentiss trolls on Datalounge...
There's more than one?
|by Anonymous||reply 364||10/28/2012|
[quote]Capucine & Fabian - North to Alaska
Capucine looks like a combination of Garbo, Ava Gardner, and Joan Crawford in North to Alaska. Just stunning.
|by Anonymous||reply 365||10/28/2012|
Elias Koteas is so ruggedly handsome in The Thin Red Line. When I saw him in that film, I wanted to kneel before him, unzip his fly, and take him gently into my mouth.
|by Anonymous||reply 366||10/28/2012|
[quote]What was Tilda Swinton's 'peak' film?
Hard to tell, her face is timeless.
|by Anonymous||reply 367||10/28/2012|
[quote]Glenn Close - a home movie her parent's made at her third birthday party
Actually, Glenn looked great in 'The Jagged Edge'. The form fitting suits showed her bod off to good advantage, and she wore flattering hairdos.
|by Anonymous||reply 368||10/28/2012|
Not a film but Mick Jagger, at the time of Exile on Main Street.
|by Anonymous||reply 369||10/28/2012|
Catherine Deneuve had more than one peak. As mentioned before, in Repulsion (very young), The Last Metro (37 years old).
I would add Place Vendome, where she is a mature beauty at 55:
|by Anonymous||reply 370||10/28/2012|
[quote]Jeanne Moreau: Elevator to the gallows
Could not agree more. That scene where she walks the streets of Paris, looking for her lover is exquisite.
|by Anonymous||reply 371||10/28/2012|
[quote]Melanie Griffith - Working Girl
I prefer Griffith in Demme's SOMETHING WILDE. She was sexy and natural in it. The opposite of what she has become over the years.
But you could also say that she was at her peak as a teen in Arthur Penn's NIGHT MOVES:
|by Anonymous||reply 372||10/28/2012|
Rachel Ward - Domino
Silly movie, but she was at her most beautiful.
|by Anonymous||reply 373||10/28/2012|
Sorry about that - The Rachel Ward movie was Sharkey's Machine. Her character name was Domino.
|by Anonymous||reply 374||10/28/2012|
David Anthony at his hunkiest in Swelter
|by Anonymous||reply 375||10/28/2012|
Tony Perkins and Melina Mercouri in Phaedra.
|by Anonymous||reply 376||10/28/2012|
Marcello Mastroianni - La Dolce Vita
|by Anonymous||reply 377||10/28/2012|
Charlize Theron - Monster
|by Anonymous||reply 378||10/28/2012|
Jodie Foster -Panic Room
|by Anonymous||reply 379||10/28/2012|
When CZJ walked down the stairs in the gold and red gown in Entrapment she took my breath away.
|by Anonymous||reply 380||10/28/2012|
Woody Allen - Sleeper
|by Anonymous||reply 381||10/28/2012|
Mel Gibson in Mrs. Soffel
Jake Gyllenhall in that awful movie with Anne Hathaway where he is naked.
Montgomery Clift A Place in the Sun
Penelope Cruz in Nine
Marion Cotillard in Contagion
Clive Owen Closer
Jude Law Closer/Mr. Ripley
Vittorio Gassman Rapsody with Elizabeth Taylor who I felt was also at her most beautiful in this movie. I will give her this and A Place in the Sun.
Denzel Washington Pelican Brief
Harry Belafonte Island in the Sun
George Clooney Michael Clayton
|by Anonymous||reply 382||10/28/2012|
Jeff Bridges was gorgeous in White Squall. Paul Newman in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Marlon Brand in Steetcar....yum.
|by Anonymous||reply 383||10/28/2012|
Woody Allen = no such moment exists.
|by Anonymous||reply 384||10/28/2012|
Annette Bening in Bugsy
Mel Gibson, The Year of Living Dangerously
Sarandon in Bull Durham
Lonette McKee in Sparkle
|by Anonymous||reply 385||10/28/2012|
Holly Hunter -Broadcast News
|by Anonymous||reply 386||10/28/2012|
Everyone says Liz Taylor in A Place in the Sun, but her coloring really came off in Last Time I Saw Paris - great clothes, especially after she cuts her hair. And, the little seen, Rhapsody.
Check at 2:30
|by Anonymous||reply 387||10/28/2012|
Katharine Hepburn, circa 1938-1942.
|by Anonymous||reply 388||10/28/2012|
Keanu Reeves in Point Break and in My Own Private Idaho.
|by Anonymous||reply 389||10/28/2012|
Thanks R387. Great clip of young Liz.
|by Anonymous||reply 390||10/28/2012|
Jeff Bridges, Against All Odds. Love that film.
Troy Donahue, A Summerplace.
|by Anonymous||reply 391||10/28/2012|
Robert Mitchum - Night of the Hunter
Joan Fontaine, Virginia Grey and Marjorie Main- The Women
Aldo Ray - Nightfall
Channing Tatum - 21 Jumpstreet
|by Anonymous||reply 392||10/28/2012|
Mink Stole - Female Trouble
|by Anonymous||reply 393||10/28/2012|
Greta Saachi -Presumed Innocent
|by Anonymous||reply 394||10/28/2012|
Lonette McKee in The Cotton Club or 'Round Midnight, both mid 1980s. The latter proves that in her 30s she could have played Lena Horne in a biopic with almost no effort expended.
|by Anonymous||reply 395||10/28/2012|
Jennifer Connelly in House of Sand and Fog
|by Anonymous||reply 396||10/28/2012|
Denise Richards - Wild Things Bridget Wilson - Mortal Kombat Rose McGowan - Grindhouse
|by Anonymous||reply 397||10/29/2012|
I thought Jennifer Connelly was at her peak in Inventing the Abbotts.
Rhapsody is one of my favorite Elizabeth movies. I often wondered WEHT John Erikson. I later read he was a drunk. Too bad.
|by Anonymous||reply 398||10/29/2012|
Merle Oberon's beauty in the 40s was unsurpassed, except maybe by Ava Gardner's.
Ava's partying caught up with her in the 60s, when she started to look haggard.
|by Anonymous||reply 399||10/29/2012|
Greta Garbo - all of her films
|by Anonymous||reply 400||10/29/2012|
FUCK YOU QUEENS, ALL OF YOU CUNTS
|by Anonymous||reply 401||10/29/2012|
How about TV?
Holly Marie Combs, third season of Charmed, when she had long hair and was at a great weight (not as skinny as at the start, but slimmer than in later seasons).
Heather Locklear - Spin City
Helen Hunt - second season of Mad about You.
|by Anonymous||reply 402||10/29/2012|
Sean Young - Blade Runner.
|by Anonymous||reply 403||10/29/2012|
Courtney Cox - last season of Family Ties.
|by Anonymous||reply 404||11/11/2012|
[all posts by right wing shit-stain # a removed.]
|by Anonymous||reply 405||11/11/2012|
I would assume it has already listed but Marlon Brando in Street Car.........
|by Anonymous||reply 406||11/11/2012|
Anne Hathaway - The Dark Knight Rises
Christian Bale - The Dark Knight
Laura Harring - Mulholland Drive
George Clooney - Ocean's Eleven
|by Anonymous||reply 407||05/16/2013|
Gregory Peck in Spellbound. His face became much more "bubbly" soon after that movie and lost a lot of its sexiness.
Massimo Girotti in Ossessione. Unfortunately he aged rather quickly and looked totally different from 1950's onward.
Olivia Hussey in Romeo & Juliet. She was absolutely stunning.
|by Anonymous||reply 408||05/16/2013|
Vanessa Redgrave - Blow Up
Charlotte Rampling - Georgy Girl
Anne Paraud - La Femme Nikita
|by Anonymous||reply 409||05/16/2013|
Oprah Winfrey, The Color Purple
|by Anonymous||reply 410||05/16/2013|
Diane Lane - Under the Tuscan Sun
|by Anonymous||reply 411||05/16/2013|
Joseph Gordon Levitt - Mysterious Skin
|by Anonymous||reply 412||05/16/2013|
John Cusack - Class
|by Anonymous||reply 413||05/16/2013|
Timothy Hutton - Ordinary People
|by Anonymous||reply 414||05/17/2013|
R414. Mmmmm...Conrad Jarrett.
|by Anonymous||reply 415||05/17/2013|
Mel Gibson in THE BOUNTY
|by Anonymous||reply 416||05/17/2013|
Brian Brown in A TOWN LIKE ALICE
|by Anonymous||reply 417||05/17/2013|
Kevin Kline in CHAPLIN
|by Anonymous||reply 418||05/17/2013|
Connie Stevens in SUSAN SLADE
|by Anonymous||reply 419||05/17/2013|
John Allen Nelson in HUNK.
|by Anonymous||reply 420||05/17/2013|
Jimmy Stewart in VERTIGO
|by Anonymous||reply 421||05/17/2013|
Obnoxious Cunt Edition:
Cybil Shepherd - The Last Picture Show
Gwyneth Paltrow - The Talented Mr Ripley
Reese Witherspoon - Walk the Line
Faye Dunaway - Chinatown
Jennifer Anniston - Derailed
|by Anonymous||reply 422||05/17/2013|
Grace Kelly - The Swan
|by Anonymous||reply 423||05/17/2013|
Candy Bergen in THE GROUP.
Jessica Walters in THE GROUP
|by Anonymous||reply 424||05/17/2013|
r408, Leonard Whiting, also!
Tyrone Power as Zorro.
|by Anonymous||reply 425||05/17/2013|
Sudie Bond - Silkwood
|by Anonymous||reply 426||05/17/2013|
Christian Bale...Swing Kids
Diana Ross...Lady Sings The Blues
Diane Keaton...The Godfather
Diane Lane...The Cotton Club
Richard Gere...American Gigolo
Melanie Griffith...Working Girl
|by Anonymous||reply 427||05/17/2013|
[quote]Mel Gibson in Mrs. Soffel
Mel Gibson was at his peak in Gallipoli
|by Anonymous||reply 428||05/17/2013|
Dawson was at his peak in "20-load weekend".
By "50-load weekend", he had started to slide.
|by Anonymous||reply 429||05/17/2013|
Kevin Costner - No Way out
|by Anonymous||reply 430||05/17/2013|
Johnny Depp - Sleepy Hollow
Mel Gibson - The Bounty
Viggo Mortensen- 28 Days
Sandra Bullock - Speed
|by Anonymous||reply 431||05/17/2013|
Jami Gertz in Less Than Zero.
Kelly Brock in Weird Science.
Julianne Moore in The Hours.
Madonna in Desperately Seeking Susan.
Jessica Lange in King Kong.
|by Anonymous||reply 432||05/17/2013|
Matthew Broderick - War Games
|by Anonymous||reply 433||05/17/2013|
Brad Pitt Fight Club
Alec Baldwin Miami Blues
|by Anonymous||reply 434||05/17/2013|
Antonio Banderas Tie me up Tie me down
Warren Beatty Splendor in the Grass
|by Anonymous||reply 435||05/17/2013|
Leonardo DiCaprio - Basketball Diaries
|by Anonymous||reply 436||05/17/2013|
Kirsten Dunst: Melancholia
|by Anonymous||reply 437||05/17/2013|
Kevin Zegers: Transamerica
|by Anonymous||reply 438||05/17/2013|
Viola Davis in "The Help"
|by Anonymous||reply 439||05/17/2013|
Who cares? Who cares? Who cares?
|by Anonymous||reply 440||05/17/2013|
Michael O'Keefe - The Great Santini
|by Anonymous||reply 441||05/17/2013|
r428's pic of Mel Gibson is amazing - was he really ever that handsome? Wow.
oh, Irene Jacob in "Trois Coleurs Rouge" gets my vote.
|by Anonymous||reply 442||05/17/2013|
Sean Penn - At Close Range
Hard to believe he was ever that beautiful considering what he looks like now.
|by Anonymous||reply 443||05/17/2013|
Shia Labeouf - Disturbia
|by Anonymous||reply 444||05/17/2013|
Bette Davis. The Letter.
|by Anonymous||reply 445||05/18/2013|