Halle Berry makes this list twice. And while she’s a hell of a lot younger in this film, sitting through The Last Boy Scout is not worth the trouble, considering you can see her strip in a different movie.
For me, Salma Hayek’s role in Dogma was the only thing worth remembering in an otherwise forgettable film. Besides, Hayek’s breasts are the only proof I need to convince me of the existence of a loving god.
For her role in Dancing at the Blue Iguana, Daryl Hannah spent time researching the part with real strippers. If that sounds like it’d be more fun to watch than the actual movie, you’re in luck. A documentary chronicling Hannah’s encounters are included with the DVD.
Yellow tells the story of a girl who moves to the big city to make it as a dancer, but ends up as a lowly stripper trying to make ends meet. Granted, that story sounds sad, since it probably happens all too often in real life. But when you consider slobs like me end up getting hot lap dances out of the deal, it’s not so bad. You might even say it has a happy ending, so to speak.