Blinky's Runway Snaps
Erin O'Connar (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9) The first five are all the same dress. #3 is probably the best, but even that is difficult to see through. I couldn't make out any nipples in the others.
Korina Longin (#1, #2) No nudity. Possible nipple visible through fabric in #2
Malgosia Bela Breast
WhyScan's Page Three Report
Yesterday is another twin bill. Zsanett, 23 from London (via Budapest, per Frodo), and Katalin, 20, from London. (1, 2, 3, 4)

The Gold is Marianne Broome, from 28 November, 1974.

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  • Raven (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
  • Frodo's Comments: "Nelly Mae in her Raven persona. Her real name is Rachel Vickers. She plays one of the dumbest roles I can remember in "Angel Eyes" with Monique Gabrielle. Most folks can figure out that you can't smoke and shower at the same time." BTW, Frodo pointed out that Mason in El Kabong's posts is the omnipresent Mason Marconi.
    Lorri Bagley topless in "Trick" from GR
    Michelle Williams a zillion more of "If These Walls ...". First three are Williams with Sevigny, from cambo.
    Michelle Williams Williams, from cambo.
    Michelle Williams Williams, from cambo.
    Michelle Williams Williams without Chloe this time, from cambo.
    Chloe Sevigny Sevigny this time, from Aesthete
    Chloe Sevigny Sevigny this time, from Aesthete
    Chloe Sevigny Sevigny this time, from Aesthete
    Kellie Bright from "Nature Boy", by FR
    Sonja Martin her screen debut in the immortal screen classic "The Unbelievable Adventure of Guru Jakob"
    Sonja Martin "The Unbelievable Adventure of Guru Jakob"
    Sonja Martin "The Unbelievable Adventure of Guru Jakob"
    Ann-Cathrin Sudhoff in an episode of "Die rote Meile" (Celeblover)
    Sylvia Leifheit in an episode of "Die rote Meile" (Celeblover)
    Teri Hatcher non-nude, "The Big Picture", from Don Juan

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    "Eyes Wide Shut", from Johnny Web

    The oddest thing about this movie: despite the supposed breaches in security, almost everything you saw about this movie in the advance gossip was wrong, from the sex scenes to the plot summary.

    The movie is masterfully filmed, as you will see in the captures. Even Peter Greenaway has to take a back seat to Kubrick in the use of light. (Barry Lyndon was, as far as I know, the only movie ever filmed entirely in natural light indoors and out.) I just love the effects he creates, and admire the genius it takes to think of them. There is one scene where Kidman is standing in her night clothes in a room bathed in orange light, and moves in from of the doorway leading to a room bathed entirely in dark blue light. What an effect. (See it in collage #4 below). I just stood in awe of the way the scenes were lit, and the settings they found in which to shoot them. Tremendous visuals, tremendous music, as always in a Kubrick film.

    I think you can find plenty of legitimate things to complain about with this movie. Kubrick, always languid in his pacing, descends to a snail's pace in this one. The two and a half hour movie has less plot than the average two minute MTV video. Kubrick (apparently) compromised and included a scene at the end for the very dumb, where Cruise meets with Sydney Pollack, and Big Sid explains the events of the previous night. The scene, for me, plays like James Joyce giving Dan Quayle a two-minute overview of Finnegan's Wake. And, frankly, I didn't want all the mysteries explained. Sometimes magic is better when you don't know the secrets. What would you rather look at, a normally unmagnified picture of Liz Hurley naked, or a picture multiplied 50 times where you can see the individual pixels? Personally, I rarely care about the pixels. Furthermore, a smart doctor (Cruise) wouldn't believe those bullshit cover-ups anyway, and he could easily call Seattle to see if the missing piano player was really there.Although I thought Nicole Kidman got the rhythm of the movie perfectly, Tom Cruise seemed to be out of pace with the rest of the movie, and ill at ease in his role as a doctor. He still seems like the handsome frat boy whose mom still keeps expecting him to grow into his sweaters. Personally, I would have completely axed the sub-plot with the female friend whose father died. I couldn't see the relevance, and they dropped it with a phone call in which Cruise called her but hung up when the boyfriend answered. The only purpose that I could fathom for this sub-plot was to get Cruise out of the house late at night, and any other pretext could have worked as well without slowing the movie as much. Hell, Cruise and Kidman were arguing - he could have gone out for a head-clearing walk.

    I believe this was the most incisive review of this film, with plot info and some background on the ratings controversy. If you really want a broad cross-section, here's the "Rotten Tomatoes" digest of 43 reviews, which range from "masterpiece" to "stillborn".

    I did the magnificent Kidman today. I'll do the others as time goes on. Sorry, I can't do 110 in a day like Tuna! I recommend #3, and #7, but I'll be heartbroken if you miss any of them.

    (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10)

    "Anarchy TV", from Johnny Web

    Goofy anachronistic movie trying to recapture the spirit of "The Groove Tube". Radicals take over a TV station, but nobody will listen to their message until they get naked. Not even remotely resembling humor, but I spent a few minutes on it because it features clear full-frontal nudity from Jessica Hecht, the women who plays the lesbian lover of Ross's ex-wife on "Friends".

    Jessica Hecht Tamayo Otsuki

    "Stigmata", from Johnny Web

    Here's the almost-important stuff from "Stigmata" for those of you who asked. If you haven't seen the movie, you don't know so I'll tell you that there's really nothing here worth seeing.

    Arquette leans over in bed, but you can't quite make anything out. bare buns from an uncredited extra. Three hookers hit on a priest. The one witty line in the movie was an ad-lib from this woman. When Byrne reveals that he can't get laid because of his priest's collar, she replies that she gives a Vatican Discount. looks like somebody's bumhole. This was in the deleted scenes. I don't know if it is Arquette or a body double. a bare breast from the same deleted sex scene bathtub scene - maybe, just maybe, you can make out a bit of nipple. Or maybe not. Arquette in the bathtub. the director's commentary says this is really Arquette.

    "Night Calls: The Movie, Part 2", from Tuna

    Skinemax flick about a bunch of people searching for hidden money at a remote mountain resort. Aparently, they think it must be hidden inside a vagina, because they explore all available ones at great length. Anyway, lots of nudity, sex scenes, whatever. Just premiered on cable less than a month ago, and I'v enever seen caps from it. Tuna remedied that with a mere 109 collages!.

    Amber Newman (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9) Doria (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18) Julie Ashton (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11) Maria Ford 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25) Stephanee LaFleur (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18) Various (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28)

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