(There is no right or wrong answer, this is not a trick question, and no, I won’t clarify the criterion I used to generate the list. Just fill in the blank with whatever makes the most sense to you.)
- Alice Kridge as The Borg Queen in Star Trek: First Contact
- Rita Hayworth as Elsa Bannister in The Lady from Shanghai
- Nicole Kidman as Mrs. Coulter in The Golden Compass
- Tilda Swinton as the Empress Jadis (aka the White Witch) in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
Rebecca De Mornay as Lana in Risky Business
-or even as Payton Flanders/Mrs. Mott in The Hand That Rocks the Cradle
On a seperate note
What did you think of Tilda’s performance in Burn After Reading? She has really made a career of playing the “ice bitch.” Micheal Clayton is another example. I like how she broke apart at the end of that one.
I’d still hit it…
Re: On a seperate note
I’ve seen neither, but maybe I’ll add them to the queue…
Lex Luthor, from anything but the movies.
Or was I supposed to be picking a villainess for you?
I always thought Ursula, from the Little Mermaid, would be a good lay.
Like I said, no right or wrong answers.
Ursula, eh? Didn’t know tentacles did it for you. She’s probably a better lay than Ariel, though.
I <3 Penny Arcade
I’ll go male villain, because my favorite of either happens to be male:
Craig Bierko as Timothy in The Long Kiss Goodnight.
Hm, interesting and unexpected. May I ask why?
Me! As spider Jerusalem!
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