I think that it carries the implications that a woman has a dangerous and intriguing past, and a more wild personality. the woman is really missing an eye, then no, it's not sexy but is a bit disconcerting.Physical deformities tend to make me uneasy which is odd considering my younger sister has several and they do not bother me. Jolie was quite becoming in Sky Captain but I think the fascist outfit was more to thank than her eyepatch.However, in the context of the OP, yes, generally a character in popular media, male OR female, that is depicted with the eyepatch is deliberately designed to project an adventurous (or tragic) violent, let's-not-go-there, past.Also, Hollywood for some reason years ago made a strong association of partial mutilation with pirates, thus with a life of swashbucking danger -- and the eyepatch is more transferrable to a modern setting than peg legs or hook hands.Start meeting singles near you now, and don't let your wallet get in the way of finding love.
WASHINGTON—Reflecting qualified support for legislation aimed at protecting minors, a Gallup poll released Wednesday found that while an overwhelming majority of Americans approve of child labor laws, most also said that kids carrying around briefcases would undeniably be cute.
Both heroes and villains get the look -- Angelina's Sky Captain character, Elle Driver, Nick Fury, Captain Harlock, Thunderball's Largo, etc.
(And in Real Life, Moshe Dayan's look certainly made an impression, as he "looked" the part of the warrior, something not bad for a Defense Minister.) Oh you hot sexy, won't-wear-goggles-when-operating-a-drill-press woman. Yeah, I find women who get their pictures posted on consumption junction with the caption "fucking ow" to be erotic and adventurous.
TAMPA, FL—Saying that sitting in the same boardroom together still feels completely surreal, former Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter told reporters Thursday that he had finally fulfilled a lifelong dream of starting a business venture with Jeb Bush.
LOS ANGELES—Weighing the pros and cons of the palm-muted low-E-string lick, Metallica’s 12-member board of directors reportedly debated Wednesday whether lead guitarist Kirk Hammet’s newest riff might negatively impact the band’s shareholder value.