Originally Posted by geekhd
That's not what I was talking about.
"Kate W. is more vulnerable without the artificial enhancements (face) than just about all actresses mentioned here so far. "
Do you disagree to that? Please reply if you do along with the reasons why and some scenes from the movie/s.
Here's the problem with your statement, "Kate W. is more vulnerable without the artificial enhancements (face) than just about all actresses mentioned here so far." How many actresses have you seen without artificial enhancements? When do you know that you're seeing an untouched photo.
Here's an interesting article about how Kate feels about enhancements:
All I'm saying is, I've seen her in films like Finding Neverland and she looked amazing throughout. Nobody is glamorous all the time and Kate has played roles that show some of her flaws. This is one of the reasons I really like her.
I like Catherine Zeta-Jones and think she's stunning, but she does have flaws on her face that are rarely ever shown. Example, Oceans Twelve, the first scene where Brad Pitt comes home and she's asleep. She doesn't look all that great there, but once she gets all the make up on, back to her usual gorgeous self. Monica Bellucci is in her 40's now and has wrinkles on her face, but I still think she's beautiful. When she does covers for magazines however, these wrinkles aren't present.
Kate isn't perfect, but I don't think she's more vulnerable without the enhancements. The only way to actually judge this is to have all these ladies pose without make up and enhancements. Good luck with that
They're all beautiful, but most need a little assistance to be the goddesses we adore.