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Movies Wherein the Girl is, like, the Perfect Girl : Alan Rebutts

By Alan

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Sam in Gardenstate
Leia Organa in Return of the Jedi
Amelie Poulain in Amelie
Valaria in Conan the Barbarian
Marion Ravenwood in Raiders, but not Crystal Skull
Selena Kyle/Catwoman in Batman Returns
Monique Junet in Better Off Dead
Margaret Yang in Rushmore
Jodi in Knocked Up
Dori Lawrence in Stateside
Mercy in The Warriors
Cassandra in Wayne’s World
Gail in Sin City
Jennifer in I Married a Witch
Stacy Hamilton and Linda Barrett in Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Janine Melnitz in Ghostbusters
Hugo Dugay in Hugo Pool

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4 Responses

  1. Leeloo Dallas… multipass in The Fifth Element.

    End. Of. Discussion.

  2. Fact: Princess Leia French kissed her own brother to spite another man.

    And this wasn’t a man she was dating, had been intimate with or had even sat down in the company of for a hot cup of coffee/tea (at that point, at least). When it comes down to it, this was a man who was responsible for saving both the Rebellion (from the Death Star’s attack on Yavin IV) and Leia herself (from the Death Star’s detention block and again from the Death Star’s attack on Yavin IV). A woman who would do something like that to any man (much less one who had done so much for her, albeit with some attitude) isn’t someone anyone should ever call perfect. She’s a bitch at best, regardless of the sleezy Jabba two-piece.

  3. http://www.avclub.com/content/feature/wild_things_16_films_featuring

    This is all I have to say to your pick of Sam from Garden State.

  4. Crazy girls and bitches are synonymous facets of my perfect girl archetype, ergo this is why it is my list.

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