Amazingly beautiful. There are so many reasons why this particular look in the film did in fact have a place. Beauty was the key thing with the character. An arousing form of human essence that drew you in like honey to a fly, before she closed her trap on you. You portrayed that erotic sense of welcoming here very well, from the tightness in the legs to the protrusion of the vulva, which in itself would get heat growing in the man.
The paleness of skin mixed in with slight touches of red hold their own charm as well. I believe that she has the right appeal in the movie, especially during her emergence scene in South America when you see that she does have an hour glass figure (anorexic, bleh, in the stomach but then followed by large, voluptuous curves). Half of that scene came from the fact that she actually did have some meat on her, which is much more sexier than your average sex appealed anorexic that you see everywhere today.
Above all, sexiness comes from presentation and confidence, both of which this drawing and the film character had. Always throw a little bit of meat on her is my only advice. Anorexia is just bleh! Great job!
Women, women, women. That seems to be the base of deviantART. What happened to using your talent for actual art, rather than drawing women? No beauty in that, it's just pretty dumb. The coloring and values are better than good, but I guess I just don't see the hype in drawing women, wearing particularly tight clothing-- or in some cases; revealing, or no clothing at all. *sigh*