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Old 10-06-2007, 11:50 PM   #16
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She was married to a hero. And don't you forget it.
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I don't think that she and lenny kravitz ever actually tied the knot.
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How are their looks relevant to the topic?
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Not too much, but I jus' sayin'.

If she's the "bankable female lead" because of her looks + acting ability, and she's not too good in either category, what's gonna happen there?
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How are their looks relevant to the topic?
Actually it's fairly relevant. Jodi Foster is a good actress, I'm not talking about her. But Nicole Kidman isn't. Flat fact. She's the supermodel of the A-list stars, and that's the only reason she get leads in so many films.
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She was brilliant in Dogville.

EDIT - Oh and To Die For too.
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I thought she was good in The Hours also.
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Further justification that male actors are simply better than female actors.


















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^ I'm not sure what about that post is funnier: the bitterness or the spelling.
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Actually it's fairly relevant. Jodi Foster is a good actress, I'm not talking about her. But Nicole Kidman isn't. Flat fact. She's the supermodel of the A-list stars, and that's the only reason she get leads in so many films.
Yes of course looks in Hollywood are always relevant, but this topic can be discussed without it turning into merely certain types of comments about the looks of certain actresses. Otherwise it sort of proves this guy's point, does it not?
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It doesn't seem fair to call Nicole Kidman a bad actress either. Despite some of her latest movies she has done quite a few good films, enough so that she's won over 30 awards for them. In the scheme of things Warner Brother's probably puts out more movies with male actors that end up bombing at the box office. The production president doesn't come out then and say, "Ah, no more male actors." The main argument here isn't about their looks or even those 2 actresses in general. It's about the president's sexist statement. Do people here really support what he said?
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I don't support what he said.


But I do support Nicole Kidman not appearing in movies.
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