TV Round-Up

We turn to France today, where Jennifer Lauret and Cecile Caillaud flashed some flesh in the latest 1080p episode of that long-running national institution, Une famille formidable. Samples below:



  • * Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe).

  • * White asterisk: expanded format.

  • * Blue asterisk: not mine.

  • No asterisk: it probably sucks.


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Blonde Beauties


Glori-Anne Gilbert with a woman named Nathalie in another strip and wiggle video called Blonde Beauties.  The two of them play with food and do some very light lesbotronics. 



Lonely Hearts


Johnny's comments:

While I'm finally starting to cap some Wendy Hughes films, how about one of her many appearances in a Paul Cox film.

Lonely Hearts is a romantic drama about two people who are set up through a dating agency. Peter (Norman Kaye) is a 50-something man who fixes pianos for a living, wears a toupee, is a bit of a kleptomaniac and is feeling lonely after the death of his mother. Patricia (Wendy Hughes) is a shy 30-year-old bank clerk, who is inexperienced with relationships and still lives with her domineering parents. They meet up and seem to hit it off well. Peter encourages Patricia to join him in the amateur play and she does so well she ends up getting the lead. But, Peter wants more from the relationship, Patricia is reluctant, but gives him a chance to go further, but he goes too far and Patricia leaves and ends the relationship. Peter is distraught and the play is in chaos. Can Peter win her back?

As I've said a thousand times before, Paul Cox films are an acquired taste. Some are pretty good, but others are insufferable. Lonely Hearts is a winner because it feels right even though the ending is overly dramatic. While it's played pretty straight, there are doses of gentle humour which feels very much like they come from co-writer John Clarke, an excellent satirist (The Games is a well known example of this). So, this is one of the good Paul Cox films and thank fuck for that.

Wendy Hughes film clip



Our first non-cam look at Rooney Mara in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011). Unfortunately, the quality is not significantly better. These scenes will wow you when you see them in HD.

Salome Richard in Les navets blancs empechent de dormir (2011) in 1080p

Katerina Shpitsa in Lights of a brothel (2011)

Jenny Schily in Schlafkrankheit (2011) in 1080p

Lori Jo Hendrix in Strip Club Nights (1993)


Lindsay Lohan in a see-through

Whitney Port bikini malfunction

Amanda Seyfried on the set of Lovelace

Sophie Monk in Hard Breakers (2010)

Jennifer Perry in Hard Breakers

Kristin Scott-Thomas in Love Crime (2010)

Nicole Kidman in Cold Mountain (2003)

Taryn Manning in Cold Mountain

Melora Walters in Cold Mountain

A near escape from Amanda Tapping in Stuck (2002)

Annu Mari in Branded to Kill (1967)

Mariko Ogawa in Branded to Kill