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Guest Isabella

What Are Your Favorate Action Girls/hero Movies?

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Guest Isabella

Gene Generation, Naked Weapon, Two Tigers, Naked Killer, Lady Vengeance, Pistol Opera, AeonFlux, UltraViolet

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Guest Zabrak

Female only?

Princess Leia.

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Guest Jean Davis

Elektra and Catwoman.

Sorry, big comic book fan. :lol:

Jean

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Guest Emeraude

For me, it has to be Linda Carter's TV Wonder Woman. Beautiful, strong, incredible integrity. But for current heroines--Angelina Jolie's Laura Croft, for absolute cool factor.

--Emeraude

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Guest Tammy Maher

Sorry I have refused to see any comic book movies after Spiderman 1.

(^ _^)/

Janelle

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Guest Rain

Whats wrong with the Spider Man movies, I like them :(

As far as the topic goes, I am going to go with Underworld 1 and 2. They are great movies, Kate Beckinsale is awesome in those movies.

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Guest Steven22

Selene from underworld hands down my favorite heroine ever.

-Lauren

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Petra Jane

Aeon Flux, Lara Croft (Angelia's version), Selene in Underworld, Trinity in the Matrix, Halle Berry's Storm in X-Men and Phoenix/Jean Grey in the same.

Moving on to TV Shows, Sam Carter in Stargate SG1, Buffy, 7 of 9, Xena, etc etc

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Guest Donna Jean

OMG!

The very best is "The Long Kiss Goodnight!" with Geena Davis and Samuel L. Jackson, a GREAT girl action movie!

Donna Jean

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Guest Shane_82

What about the resident evil series, Milla Jovovich as Alice.... good stuff ^_^

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Guest Tammy Maher
Whats wrong with the Spider Man movies, I like them :(

As far as the topic goes, I am going to go with Underworld 1 and 2. They are great movies, Kate Beckinsale is awesome in those movies.

To me they failed at depicting the original...

I guess the closest thing to a super hero movie I have seen and loved was...

FINAL FANTASY VII: ADVENT CHILDREN

But Sephiroth is still the best character in the movie.

(^ _^)/

Janelle

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Guest Robin Winter

I can't believe nobody added Tank Girl to the list! Bit of an indie flick, but it's AWESOME. Sci-fi fans will really appreciate it. Cheese fans will really appreciate it. I'm pretty sure it's based on a comic or graphic novel, but without looking it up I can't verify that, but either way, it's a GREAT flick.

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Guest CJwar

Selene from underworld...gotta love Kate Beckinsale, I actually liked the prequel too..

Lara Croft...played by Angelina Jolie..very nice.

Sadly to say there isn't a lot of female motivated hero movies...However I did hear about the new wonder woman movie, and they're trying to get Beyonce to play her, so I'm kinda excited for that. I think she needs some more acting classes, but it's a definitly a bold move, and I'm liking the idea.

I liked Charlize Theron in Hancock...

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Guest Donna Jean
Selene from underworld...gotta love Kate Beckinsale, I actually liked the prequel too..

Lara Croft...played by Angelina Jolie..very nice.

There ya go, CJ!

Totally awsome in Laura Croft!

(I want what she was wearing!)

Donna Jean

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Guest Jean Davis
Aeon Flux, Lara Croft (Angelia's version), Selene in Underworld, Trinity in the Matrix, Halle Berry's Storm in X-Men and Phoenix/Jean Grey in the same.

Moving on to TV Shows, Sam Carter in Stargate SG1, Buffy, 7 of 9, Xena, etc etc

OMG Patra

We should have a movie night. :D

Have you seen "Bloodrayne" or "Ultraviolet" yet?

Their not to bad for being a some what "B" rated movies.

LUV

Jean

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Guest MissAmy
To me they failed at depicting the original...

I guess the closest thing to a super hero movie I have seen and loved was...

FINAL FANTASY VII: ADVENT CHILDREN

But Sephiroth is still the best character in the movie.

(^ _^)/

Janelle

Really? I loved the first Spiderman. Sure the green goblin didn't wear a metal suit in the original comics, but everything else was fantastic.

As far as action movies go, I'm going to bend the rules and say Dirty Harry. I watched it for the first time recently and loved it.

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Guest Magan

#1 Max in Dark Angel ( Jessica Alba )

#2 Selene from Underworld (Kate Beckinsale)

#3 Sam Carter from Stargate SG1 (Amanda Tapping)

There are more, but those are my top 3 :)

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Guest nova

My favorite is Keira Knightley in DOMINO. She plays a bounty hunter named Domino Harvey. It's based on the life of the real Domino Harvey.

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Guest Robin Winter
My favorite is Keira Knightley in DOMINO. She plays a bounty hunter named Domino Harvey. It's based on the life of the real Domino Harvey.

I had a hard time liking this movie, because Keira Knightley reminds me too much of Wynona Ryder, whom I detest for reasons I don't even understand. If I could get past that, I probably would have liked it. My wife did.

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Guest chelsy123
As far as the topic goes, I am going to go with Underworld 1 and 2. They are great movies, Kate Beckinsale is awesome in those movies.

I totally agree with you there Rain :)

PS: Shilo, I see your a Runescape player too? Nice :P (is your name SHilo connected to Shilo Village somehow :P?).

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Guest ScifiComicDUDE

Xmen ladies are hot....Rogue, Storm, Jean, Emma frost.

supergirl from smallville

Maximum Ride a book by james patterson

Maximum Ride -soon to be a movie

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Guest viv
Gene Generation, Naked Weapon, Two Tigers, Naked Killer, Lady Vengeance, Pistol Opera, AeonFlux, UltraViolet

Hi Isabella,

Showing my age here hun, aint seen any of those .

But , if "Beaches " is on the movie channel , oh yes .viv :)

ps, eh,,Beth Middler is a hero in the film.

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Guest Wendae

Guess I'll date myself. How about Diana Rigg as Emma Peel in the Avengers.

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Guest julia_d

Leather catsuit.. wow.. what a look.. I have carried that look myself.. it's amazing but not for a 40 something.

My role models are Uma Thurman.. with the size 11 feet, and Joanna Lumley (old timer I may be. but style never goes out of fashion)

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Guest My_Genesis
Leather catsuit.. wow.. what a look.. I have carried that look myself.. it's amazing but not for a 40 something.

My role models are Uma Thurman.. with the size 11 feet, and Joanna Lumley (old timer I may be. but style never goes out of fashion)

Kill Bill! Awesome movie :D

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