There's something about Natalie Portman that exudes old Hollywood charm. But she's got more than charm in her corner, she has solid resume of intriguing roles and a Harvard degree.
Some people have a hard time picking a favorite movie or favorite actress but for me it's simple: Where the Heart Is and Natalie Portman.
Who tops your list?
Labels: in Black and White, Misc., Natalie Portman
in Black & White: Natalie Portman
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