Mar 9, 2013 6:45AM
Anderson you call theses good times? You must be very young. Look around and stop watching the Liberal media. People are hurting everywhere.
Mar 9, 2013 8:19AM
I can't beleive you ran this and excluded three of the best.
1.)the Professional-natalie portman
3.)Point of no return-Bridget Fonda
Mar 9, 2013 11:46AM
Yaaaaawn. Yes, MSN, it's been 5 minutes - you need to post another self-stroking "Girl Power!" bit of nonsense. These characters/stories are written and are not actual people/events, despite what you'd like to think.
Mar 9, 2013 8:48AM
President Obama and his crew has done nothing but lie and put this country in debt. Now they are going to take credit for a turn around.maybe they have some new ideas that won't make a difference. We will see who is in office next!
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Some of modern cinema's best temptresses and women of mystery
By Jeff Michael Vice
Make no mistake about it: We did appreciate how the at-the-time-dainty actress Rooney Mara transformed herself into a pierced and tattooed tail-kicker for audiences and director David Fincher in his Americanized film remake of the best-selling novel "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo."
Still, the actress seemed a bit too slender — even a bit scrawny — to play author Stieg Larsson's most memorable character, revenge-minded hacker Lisbeth Salander. For our money, the unknown-at-the-time actress Noomi Rapace brought the right balance of muscular toughness and emotionally wounded vulnerability to play Lisbeth in the original, Swedish-language film (2009).
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