• * Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe).

  • * White asterisk: expanded format.

  • * Blue asterisk: not mine.

  • No asterisk: it probably sucks.


Catch the deluxe version of Other Crap in real time, with all the bells and whistles, here.








The World is Not Enough


Wow. Has it really been ten years since this Bond film?

1920x1080 non-nude film clip with Sophie Marceau. Sample below.

Just for fun ...

Here is the current IMDb ranking for the official Bond films.

  1. 8.0 Casino Royale (2006)
  2. 7.9 Goldfinger (1964)
  3. 7.5 From Russia with Love (1963)
  4. 7.3 Dr. No (1962)
  5. 7.1 GoldenEye (1995)
  6. 7.1 The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
  7. 7.0 Quantum of Solace (2008)
  8. 7.0 You Only Live Twice (1967)
  9. 7.0 Thunderball (1965)
  10. 6.9 On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)
  11. 6.8 For Your Eyes Only (1981)
  12. 6.8 Live and Let Die (1973)
  13. 6.7 The Living Daylights (1987)
  14. 6.7 The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)
  15. 6.7 Diamonds Are Forever (1971)
  16. 6.5 Licence to Kill (1989)
  17. 6.5 Octopussy (1983)
  18. 6.4 Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)
  19. 6.3 The World Is Not Enough (1999)
  20. 6.1 A View to a Kill (1985)
  21. 6.1 Moonraker (1979)
  22. 6.0 Die Another Day (2002)

Casino Royale has replaced Goldfinger in the top spot since the last time we created such a list. Since the last Brosnan effort is rated the lowest, there's no question that Craig and the producers managed to resurrect the franchise artistically. The box office is another story.

Here's the tale of the tape:

Title Gross Est # tickets (millions) Star Release date
Thunderball $63,595,658 63 Connery 12/21/1965
Goldfinger $51,081,062 55 Connery 12/22/1964
You Only Live Twice $43,084,787 36 Connery 6/13/1967
Die Another Day $160,942,139 28 Brosnan 11/22/2002
Tomorrow Never Dies $125,304,276 28 Brosnan 12/19/1997
Moonraker $70,308,099 28 Moore 6/29/1979
Diamonds Are Forever $43,819,547 27 Connery 12/17/1971
From Russia, with Love $24,796,765 27 Connery 4/8/1964
Casino Royale $167,445,960 26 Craig 11/17/2006
The World Is Not Enough $126,943,684 25 Brosnan 11/19/1999
GoldenEye $106,429,941 24 Brosnan 11/17/1995
Quantum of Solace $168,368,427 23 Craig 11/14/2008
Octopussy $67,893,619 22 Moore 6/10/1983
The Spy Who Loved Me $46,838,673 21 Moore 7/13/1977
For Your Eyes Only $54,812,802 20 Moore 6/26/1981
Live and Let Die $35,377,836 20 Moore 6/27/1973
Dr. No $16,067,035 18 Connery 5/8/1963
On Her Majesty's Secret Service $22,774,493 17 Lazenby 12/18/1969
A View to a Kill $50,327,960 14 Moore 5/24/1985
The Living Daylights $51,185,897 13 Dalton 7/31/1987
The Man with the Golden Gun $20,972,000 11 Moore 12/18/1974
License to Kill $34,667,015 9 Dalton 7/14/1989


Brosnan's last effort sold about 28 million tickets despite its low IMDb rating. It is about deadlocked with two other films for the honor of being the most popular non-Connery film! Craig has not yet managed to join that threesome, which includes two Brosnans and a Moore. In fact, Quantum of Solace, Craig's second film, sold fewer tickets than ANY of Brosnan's films. The numbers reflect that Brosnan was a popular Bond, and remained so throughout his run. Craig, however, is battling Brosnan for the #2 spot in popularity, as measured by the average ticket sales per picture, and could take that spot with one massive hit, because he's just a hair behind. I don't suppose anyone will ever challenge Connery for #1. In today's dollars, Thunderball grossed $450 million, a total exceeded in the past decade only by The Dark Knight.

Here are the estimated average tickets sold per film (millions). It's interesting that this chart reflects approximately how most people would rank the Bonds: Connery #1, Craig and Brosnan a toss-up for #2. Dalton and Lazenby on the bottom.

  • Dalton 11
  • Lazenby 17
  • Moore 19
  • Craig 25
  • Brosnan 26
  • Connery 38









The Man Who Came Back


Jennifer O'Dell shows some brief boobage in "The Man Who Came Back," a straight-to-DVD Western.


TV Land

Over in TV Land Kelly Monaco shows off some nice cleavage on "General Hospital" last week. Caps and a short clip.

Bonus, here's a clip of Monaco's famous catfight with Laura Wright in the summer of ought seven.

Also Amy Robach is back with the best legs on morning television.
















Notes and collages



s5, e19

(part 1 of 2)

Rose McGowan









Best of Kitana Baker

Part 5 of 8

Kitana Baker is the brunette who was in those catfight commercials for Bud Lite about a thousand years ago. Tempis certainly does fugit. The clips are more than sorta interesting - acres of boobage, some righteous bum and a few long, lingering looks at the bush - certainly nothing to sneeze at.










Bianca Gascoigne - pantyless upskirt

(UK glamour model and former Gladiators combatant)

Elpidia Carrillo in The Border

(Is El Pidia also the Spanish-language version of Wikipedia?)

Rebecca Romijn in Femme Fatale. HD version of the underwater full-frontal

Jeanna Fine in The Boondock Saints

Sienna Miller (wearing clothes!) in a preview of the new GI Joe film


Film Clips

Kamila Baar as Ophelia in the Polish Hamlet - full-frontal nudity. In the Polish version, Hamlet is not known as The Melancholy Dane, but rather The Cheerful Czech. I was OK with that, but I found Hamlet's accordion solo somewhat distracting. And what was the deal with the poison kielbasa?

Ana-Claudia Talancon in Alone With Her

Kate Winslet in Jude. She was a ripe 20, and did her first full-frontal scene.

Belen Fabra in a scene deleted from Diario De Una Ninfomana

Vittoria Puccini in Colpo D'Occhio

From Upcoming Nude Scenes: the women of the Friday the 13th remake. These are cam quality (samples right), but should whet your appetite for the DVD or Blu-Ray. Julianna Guill. Hot scene.
The Friday the 13th remake. America Olivo.
The Friday the 13th remake. Willa Ford.