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Malin Akerman


This week, the movies are from 1997 and 1998:

Boogie Nights

Lots and lots of nudity in Boogie Nights (1997) and the deleted scenes by a large number of women, including:

Amber Hunter

Grace Bustos

Heather Graham

Heather Graham (deleted scenes)

Julianne Moore

Julianne Moore (deleted scenes)

Laurel Holloman

Melora Walters

Nicole Ari Parker

Nicole Ari Parker (deleted scenes)

Nina Hartley

Summer Cummings and Skye Blue

Some not identified

Devil's Advocate

Devil's Advocate (1997) has some nice nakedness by Charlize Theron,

Connie Nielson

and Tamara Tunie.

Some painted unidentified women are also topless,

there are pokies by Wei Mei Wong

and Pamela Gray was in her underwear.

The Advocate's Devil

No nudity in The Advocate's Devil (1997), just a number of sexy women:

Anne Farquhar

Gina Philips

Jessica Tuck

Mariska Hargitay

Suki Kaiser

Strike of the Panther


Johnny's comments:

An 80s martial arts movie made in Perth!

Strike Of The Panther is the 1988 follow-up to another 1988 effort, Day of the Panther. Baxter is in jail and Blade is setting up a local special branch and also continuing a relationship with Gemma.

Everything's great until Baxter escapes from jail, sets up death trap in a factory, then gets a couple of thugs to kidnap Gemma, who also run down Anderson in their getaway. Holed up in a factory with Gemma and numerous ninjas, Baxter waits for Blade so that he can get his revenge. With the help of psychiatrist/negotiator Lucy Andrews (Rowena Wallace), Blade attempts to save Gemma and finish Baxter for good. That's it for plot, it's an 80 minute movie with a 10 minute recap of the first movie.

It's all about the action and that's great, but it also goes for laughs, some of which are actually funny. But there's one aspect of this movie that's so terrible, it really needs to be seen to be believed. When Anderson has his accident, he gains psychic powers and helps guide Blade to victory. Geez, it's embarrassingly bad. It's a movie series that is already pretty bad, it doesn't need an incredibly lame plot device to make it that much worse. But I s'pose it needed to pad out its incredibly short running time somehow.

Fiona Gauntlett film clip (sample below)

 Movie/TV Clips

Marina Glezer in Roma (2004)

Jodie Foster in The Accused (1988) in 720p

Jaye P Morgan
and Kitten Navidad in The Gong Show Movie (1980) in 720p



Christa Lang in a 1974 episode of Tatort, when it had only been on the air since the invention of television until then. (The series actually started in 1970, and is still going.)