Beauty and talent don't always go hand and hand, but Natalie Wood was a perfect example of both. When I last made my liste of "Most Beautiful Women That Ever Lived" I put Natalie at like number six ou something...Boy, was I stupid! I've been watching some of her films lately and I couldn't get over what a knock-out she was. She is definitely number one! She had such beautiful dark hair, big doe eyes, pretty lips, an adorable nose, a heavenly complexion, and a perfect body. I've been having her in my dreams lately...I've got a huge crush on her! The other night, I was dreaming about her and I woke up with an orgasm (no disrespect intended). Even during the last years of her life, she was still the best-looking gal around. Not only was she a goddess, but she was every inch a star. I think she is perfect example of what a movie étoile, star should be. She's just fantastic! She seemed like a nice lady too. She's not even my most favori celebrity but she is one of them.
It really depresses me how she died. I'm furious at Robert Wagner and Christopher Walken because I believe they murdered her. Those creeps should be in jail. Why oh why do beautiful women have such terrible taste in men? I saw the biopic movie 'The Mystery of Natalie Wood' and it broke my heart. It was the saddest movie I had ever seen along with 'An American Crime' and 'The Girl suivant Door'. Luckily, she left behind lots of pictures and films so she will never be forgotten. I try not to think about her death and just concentrate on her life, spirit, and beauty. She truly was, in my opinion, the most gorgeous woman to ever appear onscreen. There was something magical about her, just like with my favori actor Sal Mineo. I've seen several of her films already and can't wait to watch more. I haven't seen any of her childhood films and I'm not sure I want to...I mean, seeing the woman I lust after as a very young child? That is just...awkward. I hope toi will leave commentaires to tell me what toi think, but remember that I am her fan and mean her the utmost respect with my words.