5 items from 2011
Sure, Natalie Portman may be a new mom, but that doesn't mean she lacks experience.
We combed Portman's movie roles to find out what parenting lessons she's already learned — some of them the hard way. From the unreliability of birthing plans to stranger danger, Hollywood Dailies' Steve Patterson has compiled them all in one video.
Link | Posted 6/15/2011 by reelz
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Yesterday I posted a picture of Jean Reno and Natalie Portman from The Professional, simply because I stumbled across the photo about a week or two ago and felt it fit a slight lull in content. Then a few people began ranking and discussing Portman's other films, which got me to thinking about what my favorite Portman films were and how I would rank them.
For the sake of this argument, Portman's film career started very early so this also means there were a few notable films she was in that I don't necessarily consider "Natalie Portman films". If I had considered them both, Heat and Mars Attacks! would have made this list, but her contribution to both isn't enough to warrant placement, though I tried hard to make a case for Heat.
Also, before we get to the six I chose as my favorite Portman films, I should say »
- Brad Brevet
Not only is Natalie Portman an extremely beautiful and talented actress, she has mastered the ability to cry on command. Thanks to our friends as ScreenRant for putting together some of her best cyring scenes into a cool 3-minute mashup video.
Check out her best crying scenes below: Some of her moments are funny and others are actually enough to make you cry, they are all great. Tell us which scene is your favorite. Here are the films used: The Professional Star Wars Prequel Trilogy Where The Heart Is Cold Mountain Garden State Closer Free Zone (Portman cries without interruption for the first 8 minutes straight) V for Vendetta Goya’s Ghosts Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium The Other Boleyn Girl Brothers
Directed by: Ivan Reitman
Running Time: 1 hr 50 mins
Release Date: January 21, 2011
Plot: A young man (Kutcher) and woman (Portman) struggle to keep their relationship strictly sexual with no romantic complications. Supposedly, hilarity ensues.
Who’S It For? I wanna say romantic comedy fans, but this isn’t even for all rom-com lovers. This wreaks of the male-oriented romantic comedy, which features a few shots of T & A to satiate the appetites of the over-sexed and the women that they wish existed.
Expectations: Ashton Kutcher’s involved? Yeah, my expectations were not high. Natalie Portman is almost insufferably cute so I thought I’d be able to tough it out for her. Nick Allen suggested the Academy may strip Portman of her Oscar for Black Swan after this one, and I’m not sure he’s too far off. »
- Calhoun Kersten
Natalie Portman has been cleaning up at the Awards Shows this year for her role in Black Swan. With her new film No Strings Attached opening this week, we figured it’s about time to pay tribute to one of Hollywood’s’ most notable actresses.
Top Ten: Best Of Natalie Portman Honorable Mention: Mars Attacks
“I guess it wasn’t the dove”. Mars Attacks! was based on a crazy pack of bubble gum trading cards from the 1950′s that featured exploitative gore not tolerated in films of the time — people burned alive, trembling women ‘threatened’ by nihilistic, gleefully violent skull-headed Martians — you know, the subtle approach. The movie reruns the alien invasion playbook as it might be envisioned by Mad magazine, zeroing in on the formula with inspired anarchy. Natalie Portman is part of a truly ridiculous ensemble cast that includes Jack Nicholson, Pam Grier, Tom Jones, and Sarah Jessica Parker »
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5 items from 2011
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