|One Fish, Two Fish|
|Aussie has a major
head start at being the contributor of the milennium.
Yesterday, it's Jewel in "Ride With The Devil".
Today, it's more giant breasts, and probably even better.
What could be better? Chew on this: two collages and an
.mpg with a clear look at the breasts of Jennifer
Connelly in a still-unreleased film called "Waking
the Dead". Aussie, you ARE the man.
|Yesterday was Vanya (#1 #2 #3 #4)
Gold is Maria Whittaker from 24 Jan 1986.
|+||Ever wonder what the
Playboy, Page Three, and other softcore models do when
not modeling for Playboy or the British tabs? Fred does.
Fred, or as he is known in the ancient Elventongue,
"Frodo", specializes in "outing" the
harder action from these ostensibly wholesome girls.
"This is Playboy Model Victoria Knight, not to be confused with Penthouse Pet Leah Maree Willis who uses Victoria Knight in her porn work. To my knowledge, this Victoria doesn't do porn work. This Victoria works on the Strip Circuit with Lexus St. Marks as "Deuces Wild". Many of the models in Playboy NSS make their living stripping somewhere, but not usually under the same name they use in Playboy, so next time you check the talent a your local dancing establishment, maybe you should take a few copies of Playboy's NSS along."
|FR||The Swedish legend,
Bibi Andersson in Bergman's first English-language film,
"the Touch". More beautiful work from FR. Bibi
rivals Helen Mirren for the title of best chest among
women who actually can act.
Fr also did a lighter version of number six: #6 light)
ring, backstage, and sideline action shots from the King
of the Ring. Two more of Marlena (Terri Runnels) showing
highly developed pokitude at RAW, three of Stacy Carter
at RAW, three of Madusa at WCW's Souled Out.
||"A bit different fare today. These scans are from CD inserts. First up is 2 Live Crew's As Nasty As They Wanna Be II (presumably wrath of Khan) and from the Ohio Players Anthology. I used to love those sexy Ohio Players album covers and Mom never did figure out what the attraction was to that one R&B/soul group. Also included is a pic of pornbabe Shane of Shane's World from Rave magazine."|
Members Bonuses- The Stoned Age
The Stoned Age
Like, this flick is
totally bogus, dude. Not funny enough to be a comedy. Not
stirring or profound enough to be a drama. Trapped in
between. An attempt at a slice-of-life ala "Dazed
and Confused". Really, though, it is more like
"Revenge of the
Includes a cameo from eternally youthful Frankie Avalon, and a minor role by David groh, the now elderly guy who played Rhoda's Joe on the "Rhoda" TV series.
The totally rad babe is Renee Ammann. The first one is possibly the largest single-image vidcap ever done. Actually, it's a composite of several frames in a downward pan.
New releases. I finished capping the new releases, but it wil take forever to assemble everything, so tomorrow it is. Let me give you thumbnail sketches of the three that will not be discussed tomorrow.
The Wood. Normally I hate those "Diner" movies, where a bunch of guys talk about their coming-of-age crises, getting married, and such crap. This, however is a good movie because the three stars are totally real and totally likeable. Much credit to the author and to the actors for bringing this little unsensational genuine slice-of-life to the screen. Unfortunately, the only nudity is male nudity. THREE stars (out of four). The film did only 25 million in domestic gross, but was made for only six million. Of course, this isn't the kind of mainstream picture that makes megabucks.
The Thirteenth Warrior. The stinker of stinkers. This film gets my Oscar in the following category: biggest waste of time and money of any human activity not involving Kevin Costner or phone psychics. They spent about 100 million dollars to make this goofy interpretation of the Beowulf legends, and it is absolute crap. Dreadful movie that deserved to lose the megabucks it lost. (Domestic gross: $32 million). Ebert gave it 1.5 stars, same thing he gave the Postman. I can't imagine what caused him to tack on the half. Without kidding, I can say that I would rather have watched the Postman a second time than to have watched this the first time. The film did so poorly in sneak previews, that they fired the director (John McTiernan, normally a capable guy, who did "Die Hard", "Last Action Hero" and "Thomas Crown". What happened to him here is a mystery.) and filmed some replacement scenes, but if this is the improvement, the original must have been the worst movie ever filmed. The whole thing may be the darkest frigging movie ever filmed as it is. The fight scenes are so dark and so hectic that you can't tell what happened, except that lots of body parts are getting hacked. No nudity. Just plenty of gory battle scenes, and an all-time screen moment when Antonio Bandaras speaks some Norsk. Genre fans might like this, but if you aren't into those movies that take place in some indefinable non-existent mythical historical epoch where all the housing and armor and everything are all from different centuries, don't do near this turkey. NO stars. And a weak zero at that.
Bowfinger. I've discussed this before. A hilarious send-up of the fringes of Hollywood. A comedic interpretation of a producer much like Ed Wood and his rag-tag band of hangers on. The last minute (a Bowfinger International film made in Taiwan, called "Fake Purse Ninjas") had me in stitches, laughing out loud, even the second time I watched it. (I had to call over everyone in the house to watch it.) Brilliant script by Steve Martin, two great characterizations by Eddie Murphy, clever direction by Frank Oz. If you've read anything about the guys who live in this fringe world, you'll know that Martin got every detail perfect. One of the 10 best comedies of the nineties, in my opinion, both literate and funny. A minor hit with a domestic gross of 66 million. FOUR stars.