There are some things best left to the experts. To wit, here's EW movie critic Owen Gleiberman: ''The great joke of The Notorious Bettie Page is that it's precisely Bettie's purity her eager, trusting wholesomeness that allows her to radiate sexuality without a trace of inhibition or shame…. The movie says that in an era the 1950s that regarded sex as perversity and scandal and even crime, something restricted to the underground, it took a nice girl who couldn't see perversity (because she didn't feel it) to turn 'sin' into the sexy-sublime.''
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As Jackie Robinson's experience unfolds in ''42,'' we count down the greatest big-screen life stories -- see where we ranked ''Gandhi,'' ''Patton,'' ''The Last King of Scotland,'' and more