There are few men and women alive who are able to resist her charms.

In high school she was the super sexy intimidating girl who could have easily gained entry into Alicia Silverstone’s Clueless film cool girl club.

Many screen roles she has excelled at, even as a child, but none better than the treacherous vixen who beguiles, captivates and seduces before you find yourself hopelessly trapped in her snare.

Madeline Zima is exotically breathtaking.

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Our elegant beauty is known for portraying Grace Sheffield on the CBS sitcom The Nanny (1993–1999), Mia Lewis on the Showtime comedy drama series Californication (2007–2011), and Gretchen Berg on the NBC series Heroes (2009–2010).

Madeline began her career when she was just two years old, after she was chosen as a child to appear in a television commercial for Downy fabric softener.

This gorgeous girl has also become known for her work in films such as The Hand That Rocks the Cradle, A Cinderella Story, Dimples, Looking for Sunday, Once in a Very Blue Moon, Pretty Little Devils and The Collector.

She also appeared as a guest star on several TV shows including Law & Order, JAG, and Touched by an Angel. She also guest starred in an episode of The Vampire Diaries, and in two episodes of the 2017 Twin Peaks revival playing Tracey Barberato.

You see, you knew that you had seen her somewhere before.

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This princess grew up right in front our eyes.

Then she grew upon us, like a radiant full head of inspirational and vibrant shiny locks.

Loved the kiddie and family roles but sometimes in this hectic life you just need to sit back in the dark and enjoy a treacherous sensuous vixen fix.

Madeline is just what the doctor, dressed in lace and pumps, ordered.

Breaking the Girls is a 2012 American crime thriller film directed by Jamie Babbit and starring Agnes Bruckner and our Madeline Zima.

Please only watch this one in the dark.

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We’ve already proven our love for Agnes. We wrote extensively about her with a sigh.

Agnes Bruckner, Gorgeous Blonde, Her Films Make Us Think, Deeply

So you can imagine how we felt when we saw Agnes and Madeline in the same sultry crime thriller.

It was, well among other things……thrilling.

Sara (Agnes), a college student who was slandered by a classmate, finds herself framed for murder by Alex (Madeline), who initially proposed the perfect, untraceable crime.

The informative site horrornews.net simplifies a fairly complicated tale. “It was painfully daunting to type a synopsis for this plodding little potboiler without summing it up in one incomplete sentence: “Strangers on a Train” with hot chicks.”

The hot chicks was a nice addition.

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It caught the attention of the stellar reviewers at rogerebert.com as well. “Breaking the Girls” is a film noir that attributes its characters’ various crimes to heartbreak, loneliness, hardship and childhood trauma. As its narrative puzzle pieces snap into place, characters of ambiguous morality and sexuality seem to come into focus, only to reveal another layer of deception or confusion.

Solid actors do their best to keep the film alive and intriguing. The standouts are Zima, who seems more fragile the more she rages and more menacing the softer her voice becomes.”

Her voice was very soft and sensuous. The menacing feminine snarl surely helped.

What we liked about the film was how it was initially unpredictable, intense and laced with erotic stranger danger.

Madeline was the perfect dark heroine who seemed urban cool, suburban rich, hot, sexy, smart, confident and brimming with the ability to fix anything, including the problems in your life.

Of course that was an illusion.

As the film develops we can see that her character Alex is anything but who she seems.

In terms of problem solving, she can’t seem to fix her own.

She’s anything but a heroine, has low self-esteem and given the real problems in her own life, not only can she not fix your problems, if you keep this sultry tigress close, she will absolutely add to them.

Though we’ve seen some of these Hitchcock plot lines thicken before, with Madeline involved, eyes glued, we have to stick around for the unfortunate but expected end.

So after enjoying this guilty pleasure, we were elated to see her bless another treacherous vixen vehicle in I Am Watching You.

As the Lifetime movie plotline unfolds, the writer, Nora Nichols finds inspiration by watching her neighbor Lucas’ escapades from her bedroom window. But things take an interesting turn when she realizes he’s been watching her too.

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The two eventually meet and become entranced lovers.

The question becomes, what do they really want from one another?

The film takes on the usual Hitchcock Rear Window tour.

Its apartment life in the big city filled with intriguing strangers that come and go, often viewed from a high rise building in the dark.

So, is Nora (Madeline) truly a heroine?

She’s working on a break through novel and needs a muse. Guess who she has in mind for the part? That’s right, her photographer neighbor and new lover who, once her masterpiece is finished, she abruptly dumps.

So if you are Lucas, what’s a guy to do?

Okay class. You provide the answers.

  1. Get mad and stalk her.
  2. Be happy you got laid and leave it at that.
  3. Ask if you could be her book cover photographer?

Well, what do you guys say?

Lucas picked A.

Buzzer please. Wrong answer.

Lucas? You’re a photographer for crying out loud. You work with hot chicks all of the time. What’s the big deal?

Okay, it’s a Madeline Zima character. Oh well. I get it but…….

Does anyone know a good funeral home manager? Lucas is going to need one.

Now what would I do?

I liked B. Think about it. You get a chance to be Madeline’s muse and intense lover for a gorgeous amount of time.

Then you have no commitment to her nor guilt since she broke up with you. What could be better?

As she goes through that usual chick breakup spiel about how you’re a really nice guy and she had a wonderful time, I would just nod my head with puppy doe eyes and thank her for the memories that I will cherish forever.

I would then have one polite request?

Does she have any gorgeous girl friends that are looking for a muse where the job requirement is to sleep with them so they are artistically inspired? I mean, I now have on the job muse experience and I’ll make it easy on them.

They can use me up like a dirty slut or a filthy whore and throw me away, only after our day and night time trysts of course. They can treat me like the low self-esteem skank that I am and afterwards dump me pronto.

Post muse usage, just please introduce me to writer girlfriend number three.

She has my permission to repeat the experience.

Then I give my word that I will absolutely not stalk them.

As Lucas found out the hard way, when you are making love to a treacherous Madeline Zima ultra sexy vixen who initially appears in heroine form; that can be an extremely mesmerizing and very, very deadly experience.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Madeline_Zima

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0956526/bio?ref_=nm_ov_bio_sm

https://www.famousbirthdays.com/people/madeline-zima.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Breaking_the_Girls

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1510686/

http://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/breaking-the-girls-2013

http://horrornews.net/59778/film-review-breaking-the-girls-2012/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JP1-rUaoEdM

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5516578/

https://twitter.com/madelinezima1?lang=en