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"Mainstream actress" is a loose term for an actress who've had credited roles in narrative-based films and television shows; the definition serves primarily to exclude non-actresses (models, singers, reality-stars, etc.) and porn-stars from the list.
After you click on the link to my list, Sexy Pictures of Beautiful Blonde and Brunette Mainstream Actresses, you'll see that brunettes are beautiful, too. :) - -
Because the main IMDB photo of many actresses do not do justice to their beauty, check out my companion images list, Sexy Pictures of Beautiful Mainstream Actresses
A picture gallery of beautiful witches, angels, aliens, wizards, princesses, queens, fairies, demonesses, elves, evil stepmothers, goddesses, fairy tale, mythical, and sci-fi heroines and villainesses, etc. And the occasional vampiress. - - -
For more hot pictures of these and other actresses, check out my other list: 460 Sexy Pictures of Beautiful Mainstream Actresses - -
The rest of this list (from picture #51 on) consists of film stills of the actresses loosely organized as fight/action scenes. A film still from the new Oz movie separates the Top 50 list from the action sequences. - - -
For most of the actresses, I've provided the name of the character, the episode title and season they appeared in.
I. 460 Sexy Pictures of Beautiful Mainstream Actresses (1.83 million views and counting; help it reach 2 million views by the end of 2013!)
Sky Captain is a Lifeless and Dull Indiana Jones
In a word, this film was boring. It lacked life and spark. A big problem is with the two leads. Jude Law and Gwyneth Paltrow had no chemistry whatsoever. He was boring, and she was annoying.
The visuals were interesting, but they didn't enhance the scenes. If anything, the visuals tended to detach the audience from what was happening on screen. None of the action sequences felt real, and hence, the film failed to create any real drama or a sense of danger.
The film had potential, but it needed a better script, better acting, and a better director. I kept thinking during the film, you know, this movie would've worked if Harrison Ford was Sky Captain, Karen Allen was Polly, and Steven Spielberg was the director.
Ignore the critical acclaims for this film. The critics I think are praising the film because they *want* to like it and want it to succeed even though it fails on so many different levels.