There’s nothing like a beautiful girlfriend to make your life worth living. Big-time filmmakers have long realized that hot girlfriends will bring an audience to the theater. The male ticket buyers will lust over sexy girlfriends and female movie goers will try to emulate their looks and style. Here are eight of the hottest movie girlfriends you wish were yours.
Sloane Peterson, “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” (1986)
Ferris Bueller (Mathew Broderick) is the most popular kid in school. While he’s cool, funny and adventurous, he has the hottest girlfriend anyone could imagine in luscious Sloane Peterson (Mia Sara). While Sloane seems older and is more sophisticated than the average high school girl, she also likes to have fun and that makes it work. However, it’s the look that makes Sloane so memorable. Hypnotic eyes, full lips and an incredible sensuality make her a spectacular girlfriend.
Linda Barrett, “Fast Times at Ridgemont High” (1982)
Has there ever been a more scintillating high school girl than Linda Barrett (Phoebe Cates)? She was the ultimate girlfriend because of her incredible beauty. Linda had the stunning face, delicious lips, amazing hair and the knockout body. But Linda was a lot more than her physical parts. She’s totally desirable and would make for the best girlfriend imaginable.
Maria, “West Side Story” (1962)
Maria (Natalie Wood) is a Puerto Rican girl who lives in a neighborhood with other Puerto Ricans. She is told by her family and friends that she cannot go out with Tony (Richard Beymer), a white boy who she is falling for. Tony returns her feelings and this story develops into a modern-day Romeo and Juliet. Maria is an incredible beauty who shines throughout the film.
Lana, “Risky Business” (1983)
Joel Goodsen (Tom Cruise) makes the acquaintance of Lana (Rebecca DeMornay), a seductive hooker who has a cheating pimp. While she engages Joel in a business deal for fun and profit, she also gives Joel a lesson in how a girlfriend takes care of her boyfriend when she really loves him. A sensational scene on a Chicago train gave this movie classic status.
Rachel Jansen, “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” (2008)
Devastated Peter Bretter (Jason Segel) is trying to get over a painful breakup with Sarah Marshall (Kristin Bell). He takes a Hawaiian vacation to start over, but Sarah shows up with her obnoxious boyfriend. Just when Peter is about to go off the deep end, he meets Rachel (Mila Kunis) who picks up his spirits and shows him that life is still worth living. Rachel is real and fun loving, unlike stuck-up Sarah.
Claire Cleary, “Wedding Crashers” (2005)
John Beckwith (Owen Wilson) and Jeremy Grey (Vince Vaughn) gets their kicks by crashing weddings and posing as invited guests. This strategy results in plenty of pickups, but when John meets Claire Cleary (Rachel McAdams) at a huge wedding it changes his life. Claire quickly becomes both the love of his life and his obsession and he has a lot of explaining to do to get through to her. Claire is sexy, beautiful, trusting and it’s easy to see why John falls for her.
Danielle, “The Girl Next Door” (2004)
When red-hot Danielle (Elisha Cuthbert) moves into the house next to high school scholar Matthew Kidman (Emile Hirsch), she is hiding a secret occupation. She’s been a porn actress and the scintillatingly beautiful Danielle befriends Matthew and gives him the excitement that has been missing from his life. While he is revolted when he finds out what she has done in her life, he quickly realizes that she is perfect girlfriend material.
Lisa, “Weird Science” (1985)
Gary (Anthony Michael Hall) and Wyatt (Ilan Mitchell-Smith) are two nerdy teenagers who can’t fit in with the cool kids at their high school. They can’t really fit in with any kids. As a result, they try to create the perfect girlfriend with their computer and they come up with Lisa (Kelly LeBrock), an amazing woman who is so out of their league it’s ridiculous. She is stunning, sexy and irresistible and she succeeds in raising her inventors’ confidence level.