Oculto (2006)

  • Here's a zipped avi of the incredibly hot Colombiana, Angie Cepeda in her latest film, Oculto. This woman is a looker. The clip was created by Vejiita. Here's Variety's detailed review.


La Belle Noiseuse (1991)

La Belle Noiseuse is arguably the most boring, pretentious film ever made. It's four hours long, and it was improvised without a script. Not that a script was necessary, since nothing really happens and nobody says much of anything. It's basically an artist painting his nude model in real time. The film does have one distinction which endears it to us, however. It must certainly hold the all-time record for the longest duration of nudity from a single celebrity in a single film. Emmanuelle Beart is stark naked for about two hours, and most other movies aren't even that long! Even as beautiful as she is, those are still two very long hours, and you can't even imagine how long the other two hours seem. Even in these these three short clips (1, 2, 3), which total only about three minutes of running time, you may struggle to stay awake, despite the presence of a gorgeous naked woman. And she is gorgeous!

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"A bunch of dorks dress up like superheroes and re-enact the Marvel comics series 'Secret Wars'"

The trailer and a clip from Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man, a documentary about the eternally morose singer-songwriter.

Madonna will start shows on her new tour by descending from the ceiling on a giant cross.

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Julia Roberts' star power dims with stage debut

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Pennies from Heaven (1981)

Pennies from Heaven was a bold experiment -- a dark musical made long after musicals stopped making money or even getting greenlighted. This one didn't make money either. Movie-goers stayed away in droves.

It stars Steve Martin as a sheet music salesman married to a frigid woman (Jessica Harper). He falls in love with a virginal school teacher (Bernadette Peters), who also falls for him and gets pregnant. In actual fact, the story almost doesn't matter. The idea was to contrast the reality of The Great Depression with the saccharine music of the time, which is evoked by having the cast members dance and lip-synch to actual 30's recordings. The contrast was complete: in tone, pace, color palette, costuming and brightness. The dance numbers are all glitz, color, and luscious costuming. The depression scenes, if anything, are more depressing than the actual Depression.

Some critics were exuberant, others recognized the achievement, but were not enthusiastic about it. Everyone involved with the film felt, and still feels, that it was very well done. Although I very much enjoy the music, I found the film slow going. The highlight for me was watching a strip routine by Christopher Walken.

It was nominated for Oscars for Costume, Sound and Writing. Bernadette Peters won a Golden Globe, and Steve Martin was nominated. IMDb readers say 6.3. 

This unique and ambitious film is a C, a good enough movie, but for a very small audience.

Jessica Harper gives a brief view of her breasts, with the nipples covered in lipstick.



Hunting Evil Spirit (1999)

"Yim gong ang wan" is another Hong Kong soft core, this time starring Pauline Chan, AKA Bo Lin (Behind the Pink Door, Chinese Erotic Movies, Erotic Ghost Story 3, From Beijing With Love).

Pauline plays a lingerie designer. Her boss wants her big time, but she is not interested. After an unsatisfying night with another female employee, he goes to a Taoist priest for help. This priest is willing to do anything for money, so "fixes him up with a fever," which means he frees his spirit and sends it to her so his spirit can rape hers. He loved that, but has to wait two weeks for the next step.

Meanwhile, Pauline knows she has been had, and visits her own priestess, a relative of her boyfriend. The priestess correctly surmises that she has been fevered by her boss, and explains that if he does it twice more, she will be his forever. Fortunately, the priestess has magic panties that combat fever spell. When the priest neutralizes the panties, he sends the guy back, but the priestess anticipated this, and uses the ol' body-exchange technique. Now the priest is hopping mad, and uses the bull-skin technique to do in the boyfriend. By this time it has become an all-out mystical battle between the priest and the priestess.

To sum up, we have a decent story, black magic, two naked women and warring Taoist priests. What's not to like? I thoroughly enjoyed this. The plot was so unlike the hundreds of western soft core films I have seen, it was a joy. And then there were the flubtitles to enjoy as well, such as, "I'm most happy to have scolded the bastard," and "Heaven and Earth, you bitch."

The bad news is that the transfer is not at all good. The source material was clearly damaged, and they didn't even keep the frame constant during the DVD transfer. The languages are Mandarin and Cantonese, and the subtitles are burned in.

 This is a C. (No rating at IMDb)


Pauline Chan shows full frontal in two sex scenes and a shower scene.

 An unknown does full frontal and rear, first in a sex scene and then modeling lingerie.






Today is day two of our little tribute to the long-forgotten Stacey Walker, who made only three films - all in 1966. Yesterday we had "The Notorious Daughter of Fanny Hill", today we feature her in "A Smell of Honey, A Swallow of Brine", a somewhat more gritty tale than yesterday's. Stacey also has a "Babe in Bondage" whipping scene in this one. That scene was actually a dream sequence, which explains why it is a little blurry.

One quick cap from "But Charlie, I Never Played Volleyball", Stacey's third film.





Dann reports on Hostel:

If you like your horror ultra-gory, with tons of nudity, 2005's Hostel from executive producer Quentin Tarantino should do it for you. Writer/Director Eli Roth didn't leave anything out, including a cool and interesting storyline.

Two American college students are backpacking their way through Europe, joined by a new friend from Iceland. While in Amsterdam soaking up the sights and women, a local tells them of a hostel in Slovakia, where the women are easy and plentiful, and they decide to check it out.

The hostel is everything they dreamed of, especially since they have two beautiful female roommates. Suddenly, after going off with a woman he met in a disco, the Icelander can't be found. From there, things start to descend into a bloody downward spiral as they discover there's more to this hostel than catering to traveling students.

First-class horror flick with lots of women and gore is not always pleasant, but it's always interesting.

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Another bit of public exposure from the Party Queen, Tara Reid




Pat's comments in yellow...

A new war may be breaking out between England and Germany over German Chancellor Angela Merkel's butt.  Merkel was at a beach when she changed into a swimsuit under a robe and someone got a photo of her bare rear end.  The London Sun tabloid ran it under the caption, "Big In The Bumdestag," a pun on the name of German's lower house of Parliament.  Enraged Germans are flooding the Sun with angry letters, calling the Sun "rotten to the core" and saying German papers would never show a photo of the Queen in support pantyhose.  One German said Merkel's bottom is "still more pleasant for me to look at than your whiskey-bloated ass-faces in London."

*  It could've been much worse...At least Helmut Kohl isn't chancellor

Neal Stevenson, 21, of Syracuse, New York, reported that his 1999 Honda was stolen by a carjacker.  But the next day, police found it being driven by a teenage boy who told them Stevenson traded it to him for a $150 bag of cocaine, and he had a signed title.  Police believe when Stevenson's high wore off, he started thinking he'd been ripped off in the deal, got angry and invented the carjacking story. 

*  If he thought he had buyer's remorse, what about the poor kid who traded his valuable bag of coke for a '99 Honda?


Tom Cruise's fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley told People, "Tom does everything 150 percent, and fatherhood he does 300 percent.  They're going to have a great kid"

* 150 percent and 300 percent?  I see now why Kirstie has such a hard time counting calories.


A French playwright is seeking inspiration for a play about pandas by
spending a week in a panda cage at a zoo. There's a terrible smell and a lot of fleas ...

* but that's just the pandas' complaints about the French playwright.