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Maggie Gyllenhaal: Hot or Not?

The best moment of her career was when she wore a black wig in Donnie Darko, and she was only majorly hot for 14 seconds. Talk about a fucking quickie. That was the Fuck Ass of Quickies.

Do you remember when Katie Holmes was replaced in the Batman franchise by Maggie Gyllenhaal, and you were like “oh shit” and “what the fuck?”

Yes, the entire world felt the same way. Even as the song says “In Batman Begins, she was much hotter.” I wish I could remember if that was an actual song, or just a wet dream I had.

 Anyway, the point and the crux of this is:
 Question for You: Is Maggie Gyllenhaal actually hot? 
She's got to be 18 in this. Right?

 For example, I will say that the only movie where I have ever found Maggie Gyllenhaal truly hot has been Donnie Darko. I was watching DD (huhuh Double D’s) on Netflix Instant the other night. It’s weird because I am not sure if she’s actually legal in this film. For legal reasons, I am going to assume she was 18. Otherwise, I wish I could time travel back and get arrested…if you know what I mean. I will say. I know for certain this is hot:

Maggie Gyllenhaal in Donnie Darko

You can go Suck a Fuck!

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  1. hard-hitting journalism! I say yes.

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  2. she's definitely hot! I loved her in Stranger than Fiction.

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