Remember the Daze (2007), aka The Beautiful Ordinary, is "a glimpse
into the teenage wasteland of suburbia 1999 that takes place over
24-hours, and the teenagers who make their way through the last day
of high school in the last year of the past millennium."
Variety wrote: "In high school, every night can feel like the
most important night of your life. The luster still remains eight
years later in NYU grad Jess Manafort’s debut feature, which follows
nearly 20 teens on the last day of senior year, 1999. As high school
zeitgeist stories go, “Remember the Daze” holds no great secrets or
revelations, no iconic characters or “American Pie”-style set
pieces, but it demonstrates considerable promise on the part of its
director and her up-and-coming cast. These are talents to watch; as
soon as one breaks out, pic could become a hot commodity."
Here's Amber Heard
The Take (2007) is a film you probably read a bit about because
Rosie Perez said it was uncomfortable to do sex scenes with her
platonic friend John Leguizamo. The sex scene scene in
these clips is way too
dark to see much of anything, but you can see a bit of Rosie's chest
in the shower scenes. She is 43 years old.
The plot: "After he's shot during a heist in East L.A., an
armored-truck driver (Leguizamo) wrestles with rehabilitation and
tracking down the man (Tyrese Gibson) who committed the crime."
Ubalda, All Naked and Warm (1972) is a silly Benny Hill-style sex
comedy from Italy. This was typical of the Italian crap made in the
early 70s. That may not sound so appealing until you realize that
the cast includes two legendary Euro-babes,
Edwige Fenech and
Schubert! Edwige was in her prime at 24, and Karin was 27.
Libertarias (1996), aka Juegos de Guerra is a Spanish film about
the Spanish Civil War. I don't know anything about it, but I can see
that Ariadna Gil is very
naked, and she's a favorite, and The DVD only costs eight bucks
new, so I ordered it. Maybe I'll be writing more about it later. Or
not, if it bores the shit out of me.
I knew that my cable company's pricy subscription to the Flemish
Network would eventually pay off for me. Here's
Hilde Heijnen in the Flemish
police series "Rupel." (2004-2006) (I'm kidding. I don't have a
Flemish channel, and somebody else did these captures.)
Finally, here's Willa
Ford as Anna Nicole Smith. Looks like some of this is definitely
Willa, but some may (or may not) be a body double. I don't know
anything about the quality of this production. There are no comments
or reviews at IMDb.