Since we're at that time of year where movie release dates are all scattered and nonsensical, I think it's about time we turned our eyes to Amy Adams. Amy stars in two films which were both released in the last two weeks, AMERICAN HUSTLE and HER, both of which have received plenty of buzz, plus Golden Globe and SAG Award nominations. Yes, this has been a substancial year for Adams, and it would only be sensible to treat her with some much deserved respect. So, let's grade her like a piece of meat now, shall we?
Disney wouldn't have casted Amy as a cheerful princess if she didn't already look like she came out of some fantastical wonderland where everyone is really, really, ridiculously good-looking. She has one of those faces that will make her look bangable well into her '60's, and even better, she doesn't let it go to her head.
Surely, I'll receive some shit for this, after granting Meagan Good a "B" in this subject last week (which is juicy enough, but lacks definement). Amy's ass, on the other hand, I have a bit of a bias adoration for. Why? Well, mostly for her perky portrayal of Amelia Earhart in NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM: BATTLE OF THE SMITHSONIAN, a movie that would have been unbearable without the visual of Amy in those tight aviator pants. It makes for a powerful distraction from utter nonsense.
Adams's apples may not be the size of melons, but they're certainly ripe for the picking. Her personal style and general appearance wouldn't lead you to think she's ver top-heavy, but Amy's cleavage has been known to surprise us from time to time. Aside from this mesmerizing talent, she recently shared her goods with us in the holiday issue of Vanity Fair.
While it may seem like a bit much to give an "A+" to Amy in this subject, I think she damn well deserves it. For over a decade, Amy has kept her physique at its best, and it hasn't gone unnoticed by us movie-goers. This year, especially, Amy has reminded us plenty of times that her hotness is far from fading away. She looks flippin' fantastic for turning 40 next year, and I'll be along for the ride until Amy become a bonafide GILF.
Unlike several students I've graded in recent weeks, I actually get legitimately excited to watch Amy at work, and she has indeed made quite a name for herself over the years. While she started out in lesser-known, but chuckle-worthy films like DROP DEAD GORGEOUS and PSYCHO BEACH PARTY, she got her big break with a leading role in ENCHANTED. Ever since, Amy's been progressing as an actress and trying out new things, which has only grabbed more attention from critics. Amy's performances in DOUBT, THE MASTER, JULIE AND JULIA, SUNSHINE CLEANING, AMERICAN HUSTLE and a fistful of others have shown us that she can play more than a pretty princess from an animated universe.
Let alone the fact that she could have very well married a line of consecutive rock stars, and "hustled" her way to the top, Amy is simply a charming and intelligent specimen. She's also capable of actually being funny (that motivational speech she gave in TALLADEGA NIGHTS: THE BALLAD OF RICKY BOBBY was one of the only truly funny moments of that movie). On the streets, Amy has always appeared as a happy-go-lucky, modern day Mary Tyler Moore, despite being able to portray disgust, depression and heartbreak in a very candid way onscreen. In other words, she'd be a sheer pleasure to have in your group of melodramatic friends.