She looks like she's destined to play Helen Hunt's daughter, but Leelee Sobieski has already become a movie star through her own dazzling looks. She was a little too young to be properly ogled in Eyes Wide Shut (1999), but her bra-clad appearance perfectly summed up adolescent sex appeal. Nothing wrong with being gleeful about Leelee in The Glass House (2001), though, especially since she helped turn the film into the Citizen Kane of bikini scenes. Her skimpy outfits also proved that she's worth a road trip in the thriller Joy Ride (2001)—and don't miss her commentary on the DVD, which included a mention of how she's an expert on international porn. But Leelee really made history in the network TV movie Uprising (2001), in which she displayed some discreet full-frontal nudity. The film's plot is historically important, too, but you'll understand if we're distracted by Leelee's soft, full curves. Leelee followed up with even more see-see in the 2002 Canadian flick The Idol (aka L'Idole), wherein she showed off her sumptuously full-bodied form in profile. She may be sideways, but Leelee's T&A is awesome—straight up!