Blessed with a sultry voice, drop-dead looks, and an effortless ability to pivot between comedy and drama or romance and action, it’s no wonder Kathleen Turner became a major star. She rocketed to fame in the ’80s with an impressive string of credits. Three of the Missouri native’s first five movies were major attractions: the neo-noir scorcher Body Heat (1981), the action-adventure hit Romancing Stone (1984), and the Oscar-nominated drama Prizzi’s Honor (1985). A few years later, she starred in the 1985 Stone sequel Jewel of the Nile and Francis Ford Coppola’s 1986 comedy-drama Peggy Sue Got Married. Now 60, Turner doesn’t appear in nearly as many movies as she did during that remarkable ’80s run, but when she does turn up on the big screen, she exerts the same force.