In this article: the best body language ever in film, with James Bond (Daniel Craig) and Sugar Kane kowalczyk (Marilyn Monroe in Some Like it Hot)
The Top Two Move Characters for Body Language
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2: Sugar Kane Kowalczyk (Marilyn Monroe in Some Like It Hot)
Though the statement will likely raise heated debate, Marilyn Monroe was never famous for her acting (which was far from perfect) nor for her looks. Casting directories actually considered her relatively plain looking when seeing her photo; it wasn’t until she moved that you got to see her true sexiness. The reason, of course, was that Marilyn Monroe’s sex appeal was created entirely by her masterful body language. The way she acted like a lost little girl, holding her head low and gazing up innocently, melted men. She new that guys loved submissive women, and she played on that so well it gave her one of the best acting careers ever.
1: James Bond
James Bond is the number one example of sophistication, attractiveness and style. No matter which actor has been playing James Bond, they’ve used exemplary body language to make him look like the quintessential alpha male. The way he takes his time when he speaks, the way he always stands with perfect posture, the way he shows next to no expression in his face except for when he is being cocky. . . these are bullet points in the body language of attraction.
These five movie characters illustrate the power and importance of body language in movies. No movie characters have ever used body language with more success than them. They are role models and inspiration for the brilliance of character a person can achieve when they enlist the power of body language in communication and presentation.