User rated ★★★(ok feet)
I'm a big fan of Charlize and think that she was stunning in what has to be the worst film of her career, "Sweet November" with Keanu Reeves. No, I've not watched the original pic but the movie is so stereotypically bad - as is Reeves acting (maybe he doesn't really act... maybe he's vibrant offscreen and only morphs into statue mode when the camera rolls).
But Charlize is at her sexiest and most vibrant in the film. Yes, she has that pesky stage 4 cancer but, crap, doesn't every actress have stage four cancer overtaking their entire bodies at least 2-3 times during their careers?
Now on to Theron's feet. I don't see that they can be seen as beautiful nor would I describe them as ugly - I gave them a solid and well-deserved "okay." She doesn't have the classic feet with long, distinctly jointed, almost prehensile toes (the second toes from the big toe being the longest - e.g., Morton's Toe). Speaking of big toes - hers seem to change from one photo to another and I can understand why one person might find them bloated in one photo and another might find them misshaped.
...as I think back to the character in "Sweet November," Charlize is not the type of woman that you would toss from your bed because of her 'ugly feet.' Not the type of woman that you wouldn't marry because you found her feet lacking and just think of her feet as simply okay.
Theron definitely has feet that a man could fall in love with despite your misgivings of ever finding her feet sexually charged or erotic. Given that every woman is more than the simple sum of her feet I could see myself making love to those feet... a difficult thing to admit!
If I'm to admit anything, though, I admit that I have politely shied away from women with truly ugly feet but I could not keep Charlize from my bed based upon her lack of Morton's Toe (which I only found was a defect within the past decade). It is an admirable defect and my mom and dad, siblings and other family members suffer the defect gladly. My mother repeats the tale that a longer second toe is a sign of descent from royalty.
Charlize Theron might be removed from her seat on any queen's throne but I would welcome her into my royal bed gladly!