See more » Do you like watching people commit suicide for two hours? This is a not-particularly-subtle indictment of reality television and our enjoyment-of-the-pain-of-others culture.
Criticism of reality television seems anachronistic at this point; this kind of vitriol (though perhaps warranted) was outdated a decade ago.
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Famke's latest endeavors included the TV-to-film adaptation dud "I Spy" and the immensely popular "X-Men" franchise as the redheaded mutant Jean Grey.
Famke's been around a lot in the movies lately, but there has yet to be a real breakout role for the thirty-something actress.
After signing with the Elite modeling agency, Famke enrolled at Columbia University in writing and literature.
Her more recent roles include Jean Grey/Phoenix om X-Men movies and Ava Moore on 15 episodes of Nip/Tuck TV series.
Celebrity Babes Home | BE's TV Girlfriends | Features | Kickass Babes | Celeb Babe Interviews | Celebrity Slideshows | Supermodels | Videos Home | Movies | Television | Music | Interviews | Bullz-Eye Interactive | Hollywood Girls | Celebrity Babes | Entertainers | Videos | Humor | Games | Books | Contests Celebrities Home / Entertainment Home Being recognized on screen as the sexy femme fatale who could crush a victim to death with her thighs may not sound ideal for any struggling actress, but the towering Dutch beauty has become the object of every man's fantasy ever since.
Famke Janssen was born in Holland and lived with her parents and two sisters until she went off to New York in 1984 in search of a modeling career.
Near the end of the movie, there is a Japanese "participant" who commits seppuku.
This is a Japanese ritual suicide also known as Hara-Kiri, that the protagonists wrongly refer as "Hari Kiri".