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“Fans of the film (the graphic novel was only loosely adapted) will know that Jolie played the smoking-hot Fox, and that she had a significant role.”
“All you need is a brief prologue in which we see Our Hero with his smoking-hot and devoted wife — sometimes with bonus kid — who then dies senselessly and sets him on his path of vengeance.”
“The only way he could redeem himself was to pound a smoking-hot bitch, then leave her like trash as soon as he was done.”
“But they are not alone by any means as the play also revolves around two stellar performances from Carla Gugino as Abbie Putnam and a smoking-hot Pablo Schreiber as Eben Cabot, the stepson Abbie will become pregnant by and later kill for.”
“Josh Brolin, Michael Biehn, Bruce Willis, and the smoking-hot Rose McGowan combine to give us yet another example of how Rodriguez can do big budget terror with a sly smile and Halloween fun sensibilities.”
“Enticing the single ladies with their smoking-hot bods and snowy snowy wings!”
“Ferrell's Gamble turns out to have a complicated back-story: He's married to a smoking-hot doctor, played by Eva Mendes.”
“Is the Marlboro Man, that smoking-hot icon of American manhood, under threat of being extinguished?”
“Beckham may be one smoking-hot papa on billboards selling underpants, but he is 35.”
“Danielle wore a smoking-hot dress, black and dangerous, topped by a perfect groove of cleavage.”
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