In the abysmal “Blade 3”, we were introduced to Abigail Whistler. Jessica Biel portrayed the daughter of Blade’s mentor, Whistler, who died early in the third movie. She proved to be very skillful with a bow and arrow. She also enjoys listening to neurofunk, trip hop and all sorts of acid-infused electronic music while kicking ass.
It’s tough to ignore Xenia here. While she is technically a Bond villain, she showed that she could be a deadly adversary for the famed spy. She was quite seductive, and also knew how to use those killer legs of hers. We meant that literally, by the way, considering that she was just squeeze-happy.
Milla Jovovich portrayed this role brilliantly. In the avant-garde science fiction classic “The Fifth Element”, she is an alien who is slowly adapting to society. At the same time, she’s got some kickass martial arts skills. She’s also quite amusing, as proven by her timeless quote, “Multi pass.”
We rarely watch French films. When we do, it better be something that really captures our attention. Lola from “Run Lola, Run” is definitely one character that had us rooting for her nonstop. You’d think that you’d never find yourself rooting for someone to win at roulette, until you come across someone like her.
Here’s another TV character which also made a jump into the big screen. Lisa Simpson is one character that never ages, just like the rest of the people in Springfield. However, the more you watch episodes of “The Simpsons”, you get to realize just how funnier and wiser she gets. Of course, that all comes with the obligatory buffoonery that comes with this comedic gold of a show.
Not a lot of people would tolerate a know-it-all. However, Hermione Granger was the exception. In the Harry Potter universe, she started out being an annoying, bratty and somewhat boastful little girl who had huge potential for magic. Several sequels after, she turned out to be one of the most reliable people you would ever want in your team should you face a Dark Lord of Magic. Plus, she grew up to be very beautiful over the course of seven films.