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"Tank Girl" (1995)

Tank Girl (1995) was released this week, finally, on DVD. The reason UA/MGM released it was a huge petition drive by fans of the film. I suspect they were reluctant because the film was a critical and box office flop. Made for $25m, the world gross was $6.6m. Maltin and Ebert agree at 2 stars, and Berardinelli says 2.5. I bought a cheap used VHS copy years ago, and watched it without benefit of having read any reviews. I immediately fell in love with this film. I can't account for the critical and box office failures, other than the fact that the success of a high camp cult film is partially dependant on timing. The DVD is bare bones, but the film is as enjoyable for me as ever. It uses animated interludes, special effects, series of still cuts, and about everything else you would expect from a comic book inspired film. It starts out high energy, and never pauses for breath. I will let Tank Girl provide the plot set-up in her own words.

"Listen up, 'cause I'm only telling you this once. I'm not bedtime story lady, so pay attention. It's 2033. The world is screwed now. You see, a while ago, this humungous comet came crashing into the earth. Bam! Total devastation. End of the world as we know it. No celebrities ... no cable TV ... no water. It hasn't rained in 11 years. Now 20 people gotta squeeze inside the same bathtub ... so it ain't all bad."

The film is about her battle to escape Water and Power, who are ruling the world by monopolizing the water, and to free her young friend. Water and Power tries to use her to trap and kill "The Rippers," who are mutated Kangaroos. As you can tell from the above quote, Tank Girl, played by Lori Petty, definitely has attitude to spare (see images 1 to 4 for more examples). There is no actual exposure, but Petty shows cleavage throughout, and a lot of crotch in one image. If you are not opposed to this sort of cult camp, I give it very high marks.

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  • Lori Petty (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11)

    "Candy" (1968)

    Candy (1968) is a sex farce. As you would expect, it stars an attractive but unknown actress with no experience, no acting ability, and an annoying Swedish accent. The plot loosely chronicles her journey of sexual discovery, which includes being attacked or produced by an increasingly odd assortment of older men. My personal favorite was the dwarf hunchback burglary boss. Candy is played by Ewa Eulin, who won Miss Sweden, and went into modeling. Candy was the first of two film roles. What makes this film unusual, you ask?

    The men who attacked/seduced Candy were played by Richard Burton, Walter Matthau, Marlon Brando, Ringo Star, John Astin, and James Coburn. Each of them got their very own 10 minutes to overact. Candy is adapted from a book by Terry Southern, which was a satirical send-up of Voltaire's Candide. The book was something of a cult classic and very 60's. Why mainstream Hollywood decided to make a porno is a mystery, The biggest problem is the running time. It weighs in at 115 minutes, definitely a heavyweight. Unfortunately, it has a middleweight amount of plot to stretch.

    IMDB readers have it a little too low at 4.8/10. Maltin says 2 stars. Aulin shows her breasts once clearly, and several more times from the side and through a dressing curtain. She also shows buns, and has a lot of panty and bra shots. For those interested in the history of sex in cinema, this is a must own. For those looking for an entertaining film, this is probably not your first choice. I give it a C-, but with extra credit for its novelty.

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  • Ewa Aulin (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20)
  • Johnny Web (Uncle Scoopy)

    I don't think I really liked anything much in this week's releases. These four new movies were all tolerable, and may appeal to you if they are your kind of movie, but there is no candidate for greatness among them. Among the older films, Lawrence of Arabia is certainly great, but no naughty bits.


     I took a look at Second Skin. Nothing special as a movie, but Natasha Henstridge naked and talkin' dirty, which ain't bad.

    • Henstridge. (1, 2)



    I took a look at Bounce. This is the film where Ben Affleck gives up his plane ticket to a guy, the plane goes down, Affleck's guilt leads him back to check on the widow. I think you can figure out the rest, lads.

    • Gwyneth (sorry, nothing to see as far as I can determine)



    I took a look at Psycho Beach Party. I guess you can figure out that it is a campy genre parody, filled with drag queens of all sexes, and wrestling surfers who like the body contact a little too much



    I took a look at Men of Honor. This is the DeNiro movie starring Cuba Gooding as the first black diver. No flesh. Kind of a strange movie. Essentially a simple-minded g-rated Disney film, except that they say "fuck" a lot, thereby assuring an "r" rating, meaning that the only people who would benefit from its simple, earnest  formulaic homilies will never get to see it. By the way, it's a good hearted film which praises a real-life man who was a real-life hero and is worthy of praise. That's something good, even though it does so clumsily and with all the Hollywood formulas.



    I also re-visited the epic David Lean movie Larry of Arabia. Great film, of course, and a terrific DVD, but no women at all, so no passing flesh.



    TomCat continued with his Polish actresses, but this particular lady is well-known to international audiences. 

    • Joanna Pacula in "Husbands and Lovers" (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)

    Graphic Response
  • Julianne Moore, topless and far off rear nudity in scenes from 1993' "Body of Evidence".
  • Madonna, showing everything plus a masturbation scene also from "Body of Evidence".

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    "Henry & June"

    This film is set in thirties Paris. Henry is author Henry Miller (Fred Ward), June is his young wife (Uma Thurman).

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    The main story is about the affair that Miller had with the bi-sexual French erotic writer Anais Nin (Maria de Medeiros). Anais is married to Hugo (Richard E Grant) who recognizes that his marriage has problems.

  • Maria de Medeiros (1, 2, 3)

    Soon after their initial meeting Anais follows Miller into a brothel. In there she watches as Miller and a prostitute (Brigitte Lahaie) go upstairs. She soon realizes that she is attracted to Lahaie's character.

  • Brigitte Lahaie

    Anais is also strongly attracted to June - initially fantasizing about a sexual relationship which involves an attic room fantasy where Thurman's and Lahaie's characters meld into one.

  • Uma and Maria de Medeiros (1, 2)

    Anais, in an effort to rekindle her dying sexual relationship with her husband takes him to the same brothel she followed Miller into. They choose Lahaie and another prostitute (Maite Maille) to perform lesbian acts for them. Hugo is extremely uncomfortable and embarrassed.

  • Brigitte Lahaie & Maite Maille (1, 2)

    Meanwhile the general artistic life of thirties Paris goes on. Miller's flatmate, Osborn (Kevin Spacey) is having a relationship with three circus girls, including two contortionists (Erika Maury-Lascoux & Claire Joubert).

  • Erika Maury-Lascoux & Claire Joubert

    A street carnival takes place where the revelers are mostly naked - save for body paint. During this party, Nin is followed by a mysterious stranger who eventually grabs her and screws her in a dungeon. Eventually, she realizes it is her husband.

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    At a drunken party at his flat, she makes a play for June, who initially enjoys herself, but suddenly changes her mind. She leaves not only the flat, that night, but also Miller and heads home to New York.

    Millers affair with Anais continues, and Hugo grudgingly accepts it.

    It's not a great film - but not the worst either. There is plenty of topless nudity - none of it involving Uma Thurman (though there are one or two see-through top shots in her drunken semi-tryst with de Medeiros).

    The highlight - and clearly Fred Ward thought this too - is de Medeiros' pert backside.

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    Bai Ling
    (1, 2)

    Scenes from "The Crow". #1 has Bai's bare bum. #2 features plenty of cleavage.

    Jennifer Rubin
    (1, 2)

    Great topless frames from "A Woman, Her Men, and Her Futon".

    Darlanne Fluegel
    (1, 2)

    Scenes from "To Live and Die in LA". 80's fans love this movie. Not so much because it's a decent flick, but because Wang Chung has like a thousand songs on the soundtrack, including the movie's title song.

    Here we see topless and far off bare bum views (link #1) plus more bum, and lots of leg in link #2.

    Dyanne DiMarco
    (1, 2)

    Breasts and serious leather bondage gear in scenes from the soft core movie "Electra"

    Lara Daans
    (1, 2)

    More from "Electra". #1 has Lara playing with her boobs, while #2 shows her dancing in her undies.

    DiMarco and Daans Lesbo action in "Electra"

    Here's the plot according to the IMDb:
    "Billionaire named Roach desperately seeks for the secret serum which could turn an ordinary human into a superbeing. The serum is hidden in the body of young Billy Duncan. The serum can be transmitted via sexual intercourse, and that turns to be the basis of Roach's evil scheme."

    Sadly this sounds like a better script than at least 6 of the last 10 summer blockbusters.

    Shannon Tweed
    (1, 2)

    The final images from "Electra". #1 shows Shannon topless. #2 has Shannon in leather with some serious thong views. Apparently one of the side effects of the secret serum is that it turns women into leather clad bondage freaks.

    Karina Arroyave Full nude, but with breast exposure only. Vidcaps from "187".

    Markie Post From "Tricks of the Trade". An absolutely terrible movie, but Markie was in her "Night Court" prime and looks pretty hot while showing a lot of cleavage and dressed in leather.

    and ...
    Jennifer Aniston
    (1, 2)

    Mrs. Pitt revealing a bit of skin in Vanity Fair. #1 is partial breast exposure on the cover, and #2 proves that her legs do in fact go all the way up. Thanks to PicCap.

    Unknown babe
    (1, 2, 3, 4)

    A blonde babe from the Australian Big Brother. Links #1 and #2 show her in a bikini. Links #3 and #4 show her out of her bikini. Thanks to Aussie.

    Tatjana Simic
    (1, 2)

    Skin tight clothes and serious pokies. Euro Scoopy fans probably know her best from the "Flodder" movies. Vidcaps by UC99.

    Kim Dickens DVD 'caps of breast exposure from "Hollow Man", by Primal.

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