Eddie AldenHugh Jackman
so sexy/sweet you'll want to:
Get kicked out of your place so that you can move in with him at his place
|Yet another movie Pamy and I absolutely adore. From the moment we watched it, we knew that we were in love with Eddie Alden. How couldn't we? He is the sweetest and sexiest character ever! With his scruffy good looks and broad shoulders which look absolutely fantabulous in just about anything he wore during the movie, Eddie is a sight for sore eyes.|
He's just the right mix of naughtiness with the perfect amount of concern for his friends. He was the bad boy on the block with just enough goodness in him to endear him to the crowd. He made the movie, Someone Like You even more likeable.
Yes, he has an accent too. Like just about everyone on the list, when Eddie spoke it didn't matter what he said, because he sounded damn good saying it. That's not to say that the dialogue was cheesy because it wasn't. I totally appreciated the story line, especially with the sexiness of Eddie all over the screen.
My eyes had already popped out of their sockets when Eddie came out of his room in nothing but boxers. I found the scene utterly sweet when he started feeding Jane cold noodles straight out of the Chinese take-out box. Two of my fantasies rolled into one: 1) having someone like Eddie in his state of being undressed sitting right next to me and me feeling comfortable; 2) eating out of a Chinese take out box.
He's just too sweet! I can't take it. Offering his place to her even if he knew she was just going to cramp his style. And he's funny too! I need some humor in my life and Eddie had just enough laughter to give.
I totally feel for Jane, especially when they had this conversation. I can relate somewhat, I guess...
Eddie: It's over. Why can't you just let it go?
Jane: I can't.
Jane: Because I was happy. Because if this theory is wrong, men don't leave all women, Eddie, they leave me.
Eddie: I know it hurts. I know. It's so hard to believe that something that wonderful can ever happen to us again.
Oh Eddie, I can be that wonderful that happened in your life. I know, I'm being delusional again.