1) Angelina Jolie
Movie: Tomb Raider
Director: Simon West
Stars: Angelina Jolie, Jon Voight and Iain Glen
Paramount has taken the famous video game heroine Lara Croft and transformed her into an action packed movie heroine. Angelina Jolie does a fantastic job portraying Lara Croft and has the opportunity to act alongside her father Jon Voight who plays Lara Crofts deceased father. This is the type of role Angelina Jolie was made for. She brings the action and excitement and does what she is known for; doing her own stunts.
2) Yancy Butler
Director: Ralph Hemecker
Stars: Yancy Butler, Anthony Cistaro and Conrad Dunn
This is a wonderful new Sci Fi series that I would really enjoy watching. It is well done and the special effects are superb. The most important thing, it is light enough to see what is happening and written well enough to understand what is happening. Thank you for this series please keep it on with the original cast from the movie.
3) Jennifer Garner
Director: Mark Steven Johnson
Stars: Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner and Colin Farrell
I like the character Daredevil. While i’m no fan of comic books i can still enjoy them sometimes, and Daredevil is definitely one of my favorite characters. A blind acrobatic maniac who is a bit more tough and to-the-point than many other similar characters. This movie however does very little to do Daredevil justice.
4) Carrie-Anne Moss
Movie: The Matrix
Directors: Andy Wachowski, Lana Wachowski
Stars: Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne and Carrie-Anne Moss
Probably the only remotely convincing argument the other way would be that if that were true, why would the machines give us a movie like this to watch? It would expose them! But then again, maybe they just want to get us thinking, maybe to see how we’ll react to the possibility of their existence. Maybe they are getting ready to present themselves to us. Robot rapture! Who can say that the Wachowski brothers are not messengers?
5) Claudia Black
Directors: Rockne S. O’Bannon
Stars: Ben Browder, Claudia Black and Anthony Simcoe
It’s no secret that the Jim Henson Company and the Jim Henson Creature Shop has been providing special effects and aliens and various other vital components for everything from the Star Wars Saga to multiple horror films.
6) Jessica Alba
Movie: Dark Angel
Directors: James Cameron, Charles H. Eglee
Stars: Jessica Alba, Michael Weatherly and Richard Gunn
I think that this is the best. I have seen a lot of stuff but not as is so good as Dark Angel. And Jessica Alba(play Max in the series) is doing the act so great to. But we can also mention the Jensen Ackles(play Alec) also is making a great appearance. If you dont have seen this Series LOOK AT IT!!!
7) Michelle Rodriguez
Director: Clark Johnson
Stars: Samuel L. Jackson, Colin Farrell and Michelle Rodriguez
I’m a huge fan of cop films but this is one flick that left me feeling as if I had lost one-hundred-and-seventeen minutes of my life that I can never get back. It was utterly pointless; the plot as flat as a pancake with characters who are so uninteresting and with little depth that you couldn’t give a toss what happened to them.
8) Uma Thurman
Movie: Kill Bill
Director: Quentin Tarantino
Stars: Uma Thurman, David Carradine and Daryl Hannah
What is the recipe for Quentin Tarantino. A little Spagetti Western, a little Akira Kurosawa, a bit of mixed media, and an artistic/humorous take on the spilling of blood and bodily fluids. Works great in Kill Bill, a film with exception style, worthy of praise even if it is occasionally slow.
9) Kate Beckinsale
Director: Len Wiseman
Stars: Kate Beckinsale, Scott Speedman and Shane Brolly
I thought that this was an excellent movie. It was a love story, but there were so much more elements to it. You have to be a fan of these kind of stories to enjoy it. I thought it was different from all the vampire/werewolf movies. I loved it. And you just know that there is going to be a second one. I can’t wait!
10) Milla Jovovich
Movie: Resident Evil
Director: Paul W.S. Anderson
Stars: Milla Jovovich, Michelle Rodriguez and Colin Salmon
The film is quick to start and carries the pace well throughout . A brief account of how the virus is spread and the fate of those affected is given at the start . As the plot thickens and tension is mounted we begin to realise that the “Umbrella Corp.” know no limits and are prepared to risk anything for success in their dangerous and highly illegal experiments.