There's supposed to be a lot of hot tail in this weekend's release, HE'S JUST NOT THAT INTO YOU
. The strange part is that when I really look deeply at the female cast for that movie, with the exception of ScarJo, most of the women in it are an on-the-fence type of beauty. Me, personally? I love Drew Barrymore's look of late and think Jennifer Aniston was one of the many women ruined by Brad Pitt. (I prefer the pre-Pilates, thick hips, fuller breasts, "Rachel" Aniston of her previous glory.) This week's selection for Hot or Not is another questionable beauty, but let's let you all solve the mystery on this one. Scooby Snacks for all who participate.
The first thing I remember watching Goodwin in was WIN A DATE WITH TAD HAMILTON! but that was mainly because I have a strange obsession with Kathryn Hahn. (Shit, I watched THE LAST MIMZY because she was in it.) I don't think I gave much thought to Goodwin because she was supposed to be the quirky friend who faded into Kate Bosworth's background. And fade she did, since her character wasn't anything special.
The next thing I watched Goodwin in was WALK THE LINE and pardon anyone's delicate Cash sensibilities here, but I was bored with that movie and I especially hated her in it. Whiny and needy might have been what the first Mrs. Cash was like, but Goodwin didn't win any obnoxious first wife acting points with me.
Now, I haven't watched her on "Ed," the show she got her big start on and I haven't caught any episodes of her in "Big Love," the show she's currently gaining fame on. I'm also proud to say that I haven't watched MONA LISA SMILE, so if she had some profound role in that, change my mind on the matter. All I know is that the acting I have seen from her has either been benign or bad in my frank opinion and her looks are subjective to the lighting and angle that the photographs of her are taken. Sometimes she looks pretty, other times she's a notorious Butterface.
But enough from me, it's your turn. Ginnifer Goodwin: Hot or Not?