The Sexy: So awesome that she doesn’t even look back at explosions when they’re scorching the air behind her, Number 6 crops up in the latter acts of I Am Number Four to give the boys (and certain girls) something to drool over. And drool we did.
If It Was Frumpy: She’d be called Number 2.
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Oct 7th 2011, 7:13
Both Green Girl and Blue Girl have names. Green Girl's name is Gaila and Blue Girl's name is Plavalaguna. I'd understand missing that out if it was something only mentioned in the end credits or something, but both of those characters are referred to by name in their respective films. Nice list otherwise though.
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Oct 7th 2011, 7:25
No chewbacca? Seriously, though. My number one would be the nuddy space vampire from Lifeforce.
Oct 7th 2011, 7:26
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Oct 7th 2011, 8:38
Woah, JeffBiscuits REALLY likes space vampires. Someone hide his copy of Lifeforce quick before it's too late!
Oct 7th 2011, 10:42
You mean Mathilda May...yeah she was hot, and spent most fo the film nude. Still, it was a damn sight better then her other 'popular' film "The t*t and The Moon" where she squeezes milk from her breasts like a supersoaker onto the face of a young boy who fancies her...that was pretty f****d up!
Oct 7th 2011, 13:58
I'd like to thank Total Film for spoiling what seems to be a pretty pivotal plot point (i do love a bit of alliteration) in Cowboys and Aliens. I missed it at the cinema but was looking forward to the dvd release. No spoiler warning at all? Really? I can understand not mentioning that there might be spoilers for older films on these lists as you can't really discuss them without spoiling something but this is quite recent. Not everyone who visits this site will have seen it yet. Knowing this piece of info going into the film I imagine I will have a different experience watching it than most people and from what was intended. I'm sure you know, as major film fans, how frustrating it is when somebody spoils a surprise or twist in a film. You may think that we should know what we are letting ourselves in for when reading these but what about the people visiting the site for the first time. I've made my feelings on the frequency and quality of these features clear in the past but it's really p****d me off this time. So again, thanks. (Apologies if it isn't meant to be a surprise in the film and/or is something you know from the outset)
Oct 7th 2011, 15:01
yea thanks for that spoiler.
Oct 7th 2011, 17:00
I've never seen "Revenge of the Jedi". What's that film. Is it a little-known offshoot of the more popular Return of the Jedi? I must look it up on IMDB and find out more about it.
Oct 8th 2011, 0:16
I'm with Murphy0806 on the whole Aliens and Cowboys thing. Cheers guys was looking for to seeng it as I myself missed it in the cinema as well..........Oh well I guess i'll that to the pile with the Sixth Sense of things I didn't want to know about a film til i had seen first time.
Oct 8th 2011, 0:20
Oh and rglasier i'm pretty sure the you'll find if you look it up that the original title of the 3rd original Star Wars films ep 6 was going to be called Revenge of the Jedi but they changed it to the title we all know these days.
Oct 8th 2011, 9:43
Another agreement with the Cowboys and Aliens comment. I know this also seems like a lot of people not bothering to go and support a genre film, but some people can't afford to go to every new release that they want too, and will also refuse to watch an illegally downloaded movie, but wait for the real DVD or blu ray release,
Oct 8th 2011, 9:45
Good call Toph80, I remember as a kid being very excited to watch Revenge of the Jedi, but I had to make do with Return of the Jedi and a load irritating teddy bears.
Oct 8th 2011, 17:32
Where's dalidab1982? We need his opinion on this one... ;-p
Oct 8th 2011, 19:11
I'd like to add my two-cents to the annoyance over the (what seems to be a) massive spoiler for Cowboys & Aliens. I've had many debates over how long a twist from a movie should be "spoiler-protected" before it's considered common knowledge, but this is far too soon.
Toph80 mentioned The Sixth Sense and using that as an example, if he hadn't seen it yet, but had the ending spoiled today, then I wouldn't have much of an issue with that because it's been a long time since the release of the movie AND it's considered common knowledge to the point it's used as the punchline to many a comedy sketch.
However, Cowboys & Aliens is a very recent movie, hasn't been released on DVD yet and thus should still be spoiler-protected.
Oct 9th 2011, 1:39
Ya Im with them. That Cowboys and Aliens spoiler was unneeded.
Oct 9th 2011, 9:47
cowboys and aliens wasn't good enuf a movie to stay p********f for long guys.
number 1 is Leeloo... big bada BOOM
Oct 11th 2011, 13:53
Maybe it's not as big a spoiler as we may think but agreed on the lack of spoiler warning. On another note, congrats to TF for paying attention to the website users.. really does make a difference to know that whatever we all ramble on about it's listened to.
Oct 15th 2011, 21:29
what about Bowie in the man who fell to earth? gotta love those freaky cat eyes that make mary-lou pee herself!
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