|Key differences between Titanic and Titanic 2|
|Boat sinks||Turns out sinking ship was a dream sequence. Boat sails on to Caribbean.|
|Winslet stands in the middle of the ship for the experience||Winslet stands in the middle of the ship for balance.|
|Winslet painted by Jack||Winslet painted by Earl Schieb.|
the Grass", from Tuna
OK, I know Wordsworth is a long way from Shakespeare or Eliot, but I think he could oft wax eloquent. The title of this movie is taken from Wordsworths "Ode, Intimations of Immortality"
"Though nothing can bring back the hour Of splendour in the grass, Of glory in the flower, We will grieve not, rather find Strength in what remains behind"
When I was young I understood the words, but didn't quite catch the emotional drift. As happens with so many things, my aging has magnified the emotional impact of these sentiments. And this seems especially appropriate in relation to this movie, given that the glory of Natalie Wood's flower is gone from us forever.
As far as I know, this is the only record she gave the world of her delectable flesh. Here are Tuna's comments:
This 1961 movie is about young love and the difference between "nice girls" and the "other kind". In this case, Natalie is the nice girl who ends up in a mental hospital. Warren Beatty plays her quarterback boyfriend who ends up being married to a naughty girl when Natalie gets out of the institution.
You do have to look closely, but you can make out her right nipple in the water when she takes a bath (#3,6,8,9). Then she gets out and you have a side view of her left breast (#1,5,7). Finally, she is combing her hair in from of a mirror, and you can see the side of her breast again (#2,4). I have rounded out the presentation with leg shots and pokies.
"The Whole Nine Yards", from Tuna
Neither of us has seen this movie. I want to. Do you really care? I know why you're here, so enjoy. Tuna did an outstanding job of producing large images from a bootleg tape. My version (below) is more compact.
"The Whole Nine Yards", from Johnny Web
Sigh! I don't really like the first one. I tried to combine too many dissimilar items. The second one came out OK.
"White Palace", from Tuna
I reviewed this a couple weeks ago. Here is Tuna's version, and he did an excellent job on a sexy woman, Susan Sarandon.
SI and more, from PicHound
I still don't know who Stacey Elder is, but after this and the one Stonecold sent in, I like her already. Ana Paula in a small bikini, from Stuff magazine. Ana Paula naked, but showing mostly her back and a side-rear view of her breasts, from Stuff magazine. She has very large tattoos. Pestova on the SI cover. I think Pesty is as beautiful as any other woman I can think of. Kristy Hume. I don't know where Pic Hound got this, but it's a great picture of Kristy taking a bath, her right breast completely exposed. Heidi Klum in that "making of the swimsuit edition" thing from TV. (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)
Scans from Pan&Scan
Pan 'n Scan is new to the members area. He is off to an excellent start with several images I have not seen before, mostly from Italian magazines. Kate Moss, topless again in some new paparazzi shots. This one isn't new to me, but Kate Moss naked on the cover of George. Heather Payne, naked and sweaty. I had to take a cold shower after this one. Mellany Thierry. Tell ya what - remember this girl when we have the next vote for best breasts. Those are some mighty good ones right there. Maggie Rizer. Not new to me, but her famous full-frontal nude. Strange, artistic topless of Malgosia Bela modeling some Versace pants, but no Versace clothing above her waist. Carmen Kass. This one is a non-nude in a lingerie ad