This link is the best collection of thumbnails on the net. Probably the only site with uncoverage of Tipper Gore, Bette Davis, and Janet Reno, in addition to the usual suspects.
The Gist and Lawdog
The Teenage Witch pretty good see-through on the Howie Mandel Show.
Click here for Scanman's adultcheck entrance New today: five of Joely Richardson in "Lady Chatterley", five new collages (Julie Strain, Catherine Bell, Kristy Swanson), 19 new scans - featuring a frontal of Amber Smith.
Miss Kitty
The rasslebabe in various stages of undress, from www.kinglawler.com (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10)
WhyScan's Page Three Report
Yesterday: Jo, 21, from Leicestershire - that's the one that lost the long and grueling 15th century War of the Sauces. The outcome was determined when Leicestershire ran out of the necessary grains and spices for flavoring, specifically rye, cumin, and gorse. Ethelred the Fourth was heard to exclaim "some gorse, some gorse - my kingdom for some gorse". It was all pretty dramatic until a few other guys reminded him that he wasn't actually king and therefore had no kingdom, as such, but they all appreciated the thought. As a result of these wars, Worcestershire Sauce rules today's world, and Leicestershire Sauce is only consumed in Uzbekistan, a couple of homes actually in Leicestershire, and in Scotland, in honor of Robert Burns. Burns loved the flavor of Leicestershire Sauce, and wrote one of his most famous poems about how you could taste the "cumin through the rye". (1, 2, 3, 4)

Gold is Jane Connors, Aug 30, 1976

Blinky's Runway Report
Maria Carla Boscone (1, 2, 3) Scoop's tips: I like number one and number three.
Noot Seear (1, 2, 3) Scoop's tips: number three is great
Molly Sims glam
Pamela Aich not a full see-through, but you can see a lot through her sweater
Toni Braxton "He wasn't man enough"
ICMS 2000
The Flemish Flash to the rescue. A few British guys have been lamenting the fact that they forgot to tape Madame Bovary for Frances O'Connor's nude scene. ICMS noted that the nude scene wasn't that impressive, but the Flemish Network is now running it regularly as part of the foreign (read non-Flemish) portion of their entertainment, so he got it on the record. So Britannia may rule the waves, but Flanders rules the Airwaves.

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words and pictures from ReCap
Three pics and an mpeg from me today. There all from The Dirty Seven there actually taken from DVD but unfortunately the DVD was crap so the pics aren't particularly large. The Dirty Seven was OK Laura Gemser got naked a few times so I was happy but it's title mystifies me. At no stage were there a group of seven in the movie. The original Italian title was Belva dalle calda pelle, La which Babelfish translates to "Wild Animal from the warm skin" which isn't particularly appropriate either. The only thing I can think is that maybe they were trying to imply some link to The Dirty Dozen which is at least another war themed film. I've posted the .mpg on my site, http://www.videofringe.com

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Scoop's note: they called it The Dirty Seven because The Magnificent Dozen didn't sound right. .

  • Elle. You are gonna love this. She's doing the birth of Venus stark naked on the cover of Australia's Who magazine. Too much damned hair, but she still looks fab.
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    Katie Holmes quite revealing bra scene in Teaching Mrs Tingle (The Night)
    Andrea Luedke "Faust: Inkasso". (Celeblover)
    Andrea Luedke "Faust: Inkasso". (Celeblover)
    Denise Zich "Am Ende siegt die Liebe". (Celeblover)
    Sylvia Leifheit "Die rote Meile" (Celeblover)
    Malgosia posed topless (Maelstrom's Eye)
    Mason Marconi the ubiquitous b-babe
    Sophie Marceau in "Firelight"

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    "Shattered Image", from Johnny Web

    Anne Parillaud, the original Nikita, is back to the slinky murderess outfit in the opening sequence, and it still fits her because she obviously hasn't had a meal in the intervening ten years, and seems to be getting in shape for the lead in the next Karen Carpenter biopic. But wait - that woman, "Jessie" was a character in a dream. She wakes up. She's not a murderess but a honeymooner in Jamaica, still frightened of a rapist who terrorized her in the past. But maybe the rapist is her husband, who is now trying to kill her for her money. Maybe. Maybe not. But wait - now that woman wakes up, and she really is the murderess, dreaming about the honeymooner. But wait .....

    Yadda, yadda, yadda. Bad movie with great roots. The premise linked to "The Double Life of Veronique", some scenes done in homage to Hitchcock, others a tip of the cap to Welles' "Lady from Shanghai", and the ending is even a serious version of the ending of "Wizard of Oz". Unfortunately, the director hasn't the ability to pull off any of it. The obligatory "hanging from the cliff" scene has no tension at all, and is more confusing than terrifying. I suppose it's even more confusing because the husband clearly comes along like a white knight to save her. If he was trying to kill her, as she seems to believe, this would have been a good time to do it with no legal repercussions.

    The whole movie generates pretty much the same reaction. You'll keep saying WTF.

    I suppose the premise isn't so bad, somewhere between Hitchcock and Serling, but the movie gets lost in poor cutting and even worse performing. Anne Parillaud's frightened newlywed and ruthless hitwoman are indistinguishable, except for their make-up. She delivers all her lines in the same monotonous whisper. On some film locations she'd have someone to help her with her inexpressive English, but in this case the director doesn't speak English himself, and the co-star was William Baldwin, who ... well, write your own punch line here.

    Actually, to be fair, although the similarity of her portrayals is irritating during the film, it actually makes sense when you know the ending. Don't read any more if you want to see the movie (which is a waste of two hours of your precious time). It turns out that Parillaud is in a Seattle sanitarium, recovering from a pill overdose in Jamaica. Maybe she attempted suicide (as she had done before), or maybe her husband tried to kill her. Who knows? She lies in a coma for six months, and both Jessies are imaginary, strung together from pieces of what she remembers, her feelings toward her husband and the rapist, and the sensory input from the sanitarium, just as our dreams can be influenced by the TV program blaring away while we sleep. That was the "Wizard of Oz" aspect - the nurse in her sanitarium at Christmas turns into a voodoo priestess in Jamaica who runs a Christmas-artifacts store. And you were there, too, and you, Auntie Em.

    In some of her dreams, she is terrified. In others, she strikes back at her own terror by assuming a character in total control. This is actually sensible when viewed again, armed with the secret. That actually does explain why the dissimilar characters are actually so similar and act so similarly in both lives. Unfortunately, this is not a movie you would watch again to see how the director held the imagery together.

    The final scene is - well, we don't know if it really happens, or if she has fallen back to sleep and continued her dreams. And, since she has reconstructed the entire overdose episode in her coma, and we never saw the actual events except through the prism of her dream-state, we never do find out exactly what the hell is going on.

    That might not matter, if Welles directed it. In the hands of a top director and crew, this might be a great movie. Unfortunately, with this inept cutting, cheesy b-noir dialogue, and weak cast, it's a horrible botch job, and we don't really care to know the truth. I literally fell asleep after 90 minutes of a 103 minute movie, and resumed it later - that should give you an indication of how much I wanted to know the secret.

    Strangely enough, it is quite outstanding visually. Seattle is shot in silver and gray, shrouded in fog. In contrast, Jamaica is shot in vivid colors and bright sunlight. Both are photographed beautifully, although Seattle looks strangely like Vancouver, possibly because it is. There are also some visually effective scenes shot in an aquarium. Robby Mueller was the cinematographer, and he's worked quite regularly for 30 years, working with Wim Wenders, and some other respected directors. He did his part on this movie, but the rest of the team kinda let him down. At least it doesn't look like a botched straight-to-vid, but that's really what it is. It took in a whopping $100,000 in US boxoffice.

    And did I mention that the thing is so frickin' boring that I fell asleep? Anne Parillaud (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

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