Friday, May 9, 2008


A little black dress, a strand of pearls and a Desert Eagle point five oh!

This is Anne Parillaud in "La Femme Nikita".

Nice tactical reload:

Isosceles. Good!

Here she is, fighting to get out of the kitchen. I bet she makes it, don't you?

And with a sniper rifle, in her undies:

OMG, look at those bangs!


phlegmfatale said...

I loved that movie. Once I met some friends at a bar and persuaded them to go with me to see LFN at the midnight showing at the Inwood theater in Dallas. It was near the end, the scene that was incredibly tense where the cleaner had to come in-- would she make it? Would they kill her? What would happen?-- I'd been carefully sipping 1 or 2 or 3 Duvels I'd snuck into the theater in a rucksack, and at that very tense, quiet moment there erupted from me the most enormous hiccup ever. It broke the tension in the room and everyone busted up laughing. But I liketa died of embarrassment!

I didn't know you had a blog?!!! So glad. Yeah, great movie, that.

Turk Turon said...

It's a wonderful flick. Same director as "The Fifth Element". I'd like to have a Blu-Ray disk of it. That is, when I get a player!

Thanks fer stoppin' by. Come back soon.

Roberta X said...

It's a great film! Got about five minutes in and stopped noticing I was reading subtitles. It's that good.

Rob K said...

I liked it but found it wears a little thin after many repeated viewings. Have you seen The Professional? You'll love it.

[Sorry this reply is so untimely. I just found your blog.]