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Take a look at the girl. She is simply amazing. Absolutely stunning.

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Originally Posted by mellison24

ARGH THOSE EYES!! DEMON!!! KILL IT WITH FIRE!!!!

LOL

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Originally Posted by TonyBenach

so when do we start posting pictures of the wives / girlfriends?? (lol)

Gonna be tough to get them in the same picture.

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Yours in earnest, Jason.
Call me Ernest, or EJ or Ernie.

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Originally Posted by colin007

Looks like jail bait to me...

I had the same thought...

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Originally Posted by mellison24

ARGH THOSE EYES!! DEMON!!! KILL IT WITH FIRE!!!!

Hahahaha... I'm literally laughing out loud in my office and the others just don't "get it".  Fantastic post sir. LOL :)

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I saw Zero Dark Thirty this past weekend (great flick by the way) and I have to tip my hat to Jessica Chastain.

She was also in the movie Lawless - which I watched on PPV a few weeks back.  Another solid flick and she is stunning in it too.

Her facial features are beautiful... Her skin is like porcelain and her eyes are like glass.  It doesn't hurt that she seem's intelligent too during her interviews.  Maybe it has to do with the 'ginger' look? Wow....

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Originally Posted by Beachcomber

I saw Zero Dark Thirty this past weekend (great flick by the way) and I have to tip my hat to Jessica Chastain.

That scene where she dresses down her boss, not the coach from Friday Night Lights, but the other one, was something. I got chills. She reminds me of Holly Hunter. She's been in such a wide range of movies. She didn't have much to do in "Tree of Life", I figured she could handle ZDT due to her performance in "The Debt".

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Originally Posted by nevets88

That scene where she dresses down her boss, not the coach from Friday Night Lights, but the other one, was something. I got chills. She reminds me of Holly Hunter. She's been in such a wide range of movies. She didn't have much to do in "Tree of Life", I figured she could handle ZDT due to her performance in "The Debt".

I haven't seen The Debt yet... But now that I know she is in it... I'll definitely check it out.

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New rule: you can't go three posts without adding pictures to the thread.

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Jessica Chastain in "Tree of Life"

In "The Debt"

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Tree of Life! Great flick. Not for everyone, but very therapeutic in a lot of ways.

And since we're on the redhead train now, here's some Deborah Ann Woll:

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