Fifth Standard

When it comes to making a list you have standards. You know that characters that wear less clothes, or get wet, or better naked, are going to gain more favor. Characters that are confident and strong are also going to score better, but also, those that meet the Fifth standard which is be a heroine. A heroine is a lead female character that actively fights against the antagonist or against an oppressive system.

Diana Palmer ‘The Phantom’ Kristy Swanson

They must of strapped her down some to Keep her C-cups under wraps, through the movie she was wearing extra layers and covered up. Too bad Catherine Zeta-Jones Stole every scene she was in with her.

Jenny Blake ‘The Rocketeer’ Jennifer Connelly

Disney didn’t want to use real life Betty Page for the Movie, not just because of the sexual over tones but because she was still alive. We Got Jennifer Connelly and I think we’re better for it. She was in a number of outfits, even fought against her captures, but Jenny was invented for the movie.

Mary Jane Watson ‘Spider-Man’ Kirsten Dunst

Peter Parker’s on again off again romance. She was active in her life, but passive against any antagonist in the film often playing the captive damsel.

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