|One Fish, Two Fish|
|From our boys|
|yesterday: Zsanett, 23, from
London. Weird looking name, eh? I guess in must be
Hungarian or faux Hungarian. In Hungarian the zs
combination is pronounced like the zh- sound at the end
of "garage" or the beginning of
"Zhivago". So I guess her name is Janet as it
would be pronounced by Pepe le Pew. (#1,
Gold is Kim Bingham
|The Snapper||"Photos here by Michel
Comte. I can't identify all the subjects, but maybe some
of your nephews can."
Created Woman", from Tuna
Remake of an old Bardot film. Drippy movie, but sorta horny, and some flesh from DeMornay!
"The Muse", from Johnny Web
Albert Brooks plays a writer who's lost his edge. Sharon Stone is a muse, the daughter of Zeus, or something. Goofy comedy with some very funny moments, but I thought overall it was too sappy and repetitive. Albert Brooks is possibly the greatest stand-up comic in the history of the genre. Funnier, in my opinion, than any of my other favorites like Eddie Murphy, Robin Williams, and Andy Kaufman. But as much as I like him, and keep hoping his movies will achieve the brilliance of his stand-up, he always disappoints me. The funniest thing on the tape is his teaser trailer, which is essentially a couple minutes of stand up. He shows you the entire movie in 10 seconds - a new technique perfected by scientists to extract the essence of all the laughter. The technique also works for drama. Albert reports that he watched Titanic in 7 seconds, and bawled his eyes out.
Sharon does this one short nude scene. I think she still looks great.
"Introducing Dorothy Dandridge", from Johnny Web
A made for cable biopic of the first black woman ever to receive a "best actress" nomination. Halle Berry looks fantastic. What a photogenic woman. And she shows some flesh for a change. Clearly that is her nipple in the bedroom scene. I have to think that is probably a body double in the overdose scene. No nudity in the first one, but I think you'll like it a lot.