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    Quote Originally Posted by WhateverLolaWants View Post
    Okay, for the time period, she has the perfect body shape. The Gibson girl type figure and even the flappers who followed were all classic pear shapes(Look at Agnes Ayres, for example) Also, love the melodramatics on stage...very Theda Bara

    I mean, seriously...the whole idea of sexuality was completely different then.

    Theda Bara in 1917 as 'Cleopatra'
    You know, you are right. I didn't even think about that.

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    ^^^I agree, she has a point. Women weren't exactly sculpted and buff back then.

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    Catherine Zeta Jones has the typical woman's body. She's pretty average, not fake looking like Pam Anderson or Victoria Beckham. Catherine's not heavy, not overly buff and for being 38 years old and giving birth to 2 kids, she looks damn good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissDecember View Post
    Her body looks better than usual (photoshop?), but she still looks too matronly around the waist and hips, and saggy in the chest, to portray a belly dancer. She's one of those women who has a spectacular face and so-so body.
    Most belly dancers I've seen have been quite matronly and certainly not as slim as CJZ. Zeta-Jones looks pretty good for any age, IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrettyGirl View Post
    Catherine Zeta Jones has the typical woman's body. She's pretty average, not fake looking like Pam Anderson or Victoria Beckham. Catherine's not heavy, not overly buff and for being 38 years old and giving birth to 2 kids, she looks damn good.

    More like 45, according to what some are saying. Of course smoking, drinking, and Michael Douglas' creepy embraces are bound to age a gal beyond her years.

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    I would much rather look at her body, then Jessica Alba's in a role like this.

    I think she has a great body for whatever her age is. Plus it's natural, not everyone can spend half a day working out just to be completely solid. I like some softness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeyotch View Post
    I spy deal-breakers!!
    God, you're not kidding. Those things look like sausages with Lee press-on nails.

    Glad to see she didnt get all rexy for the role. I stil say she was at her peak during 'Chicago'.

    And she ain't 38. At least 5 years older.

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