"I am not a woman, I'm a force of nature," Courtney Love quipped wittily in response to her infamous antics. With a list of public offenses that reads like a resumé for a bouncer at the Bada Bing, it's interesting that such a ball buster would pick a moniker like Love for a last name. Was this the force that catapulted Courtney toward making grunge-god hubby Kurt Cobain and herself the '90s version of doomed idols Sid and Nancy or the vibe that led this mammary flashing, mosh pit mangling, punk princess to become the front fox for Hole? Maybe not. Deep down, all this hardcore hottie wants from the world is to be loved and adored. Her flesh-and-blood beauty was more than lovely in The People vs. Larry Flynt (1996). In playing Lord Larry's ultimate Hustler honey Althea, Love portrayed a shocking certain realness that's intoxicating. Not only did she flaunt every inch of her plastic fantastic frame (from blow lips to bush), she displayed a rare moment of vulnerability that was as bone inducing as any beaver shot. For a rocking, riotous good time, a little Love may be all you need.
Taff (2003) - as Herself
Man on the Moon (1999) - as Lynne Margulies