Britney Spears (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6) Britney in tight tops and know, the usual. From Cosmo Girl magazine June\July 2000 issue.
Angie Harmon (1, 2, 3) Angie from Glamour en EspaŅol, The May Edition.'s cool that she's on one of my all time favorite shows "Law and Order", and that she's making the cover of magazines, etc. However, I must pose this question to the members of the press....Where were you when she was the star of "Baywatch Nights"? A couple or cover shots like this could have saved that show! By the one point #3 probably used to be a great see-thru nipple peek, but it looks as if the publishers have airbrushed all nudity into oblivion.
Kim Basinger (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6) Kim from Madison magazine May/June 2000 issue.
Leonor Varela Leonor also from Glamour en EspaŅol. For those of us who missed the TV mini-series "Cleopatra". Leonor starred opposite such powerhouse talents as Billy Zane and Timothy Dalton!
Jessica Simpson One more from Glamour en EspaŅol
Gina Gershon (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8) Here it is again..."Showgirls"! Luckily all we have to do is look at these great 'caps of Gina nekkid! Thank goodness we don't actually have to watch the movie!

Granted, I am a fan of bad movies, and many argue that "Showgirls" falls into the "It's so bad it's good category", but I still can't watch it. For me it falls into the "Sometimes you just have to turn off the TV" category. (Which for me is very rare.)

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Here is Day 2 of Daniell Zinaich. (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)  
The Night
Kristen Johnston (1, 2) As Ivana Humpalot, from "Austin Powers: The Spy who Shagged Me". Lot's of cleavage and legs from the modeling and chess game scenes.
Mia Sara (1, 2) Mia shedding all clothing in these 'caps from "Black Day Blue Night". #2 gives us clear views above and below the equator.
and ...
Natasha Henstridge (1, 2) Natasha nude and not from a "Species" movie! Amazing, but true! These are 'caps from "Bela Donna", by The Honte.
Fiona Johnson (1, 2) The "Woman in Red" from "The Matrix". Very nice see-thru in #1. Scans by DeeBee
Davina Taylor Another look at the young star from Front magazine. Just a hint of breast exposure in this one by Chumba.
Mandy Moore Comments by Chumba:
Mandy Moore - sweet 16 and ready to shock...or so says the cover of Sky magazine. Judge for yourself - do we really need another teen songstress????
Cheri Oteri From Saturday's "Saturday Night Live"...Cheri finds herself in a soaking wet, white shirt with no bra.
Gina Bellman From the Dolph Lundgren straight-to video movie "Silent Trigger".

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"The Pom Pom Girls", from Tuna

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Tuna's comments: You are familiar with Rebel Without a Cause. Pom Pom Girls (1976) should have been called Rebel Without a Clue. It concerns a misfit highschooler and his problems, and even includes a game of "suicide chicken." He is on the football team, and hence around the Pom Pom Girls, which provides the excuse for nudity. We have back-of-van sex, and girls locker room. This is not my favorite of the exploitation High School films.

thumbnails Cheryl Smith (1, 2) Diane Lee Hart (1, 2, 3) Jennifer Ashley (1, 2, 3) Susan Player Jarreau (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

"Network", from Tuna

Network anchor flips out and starts ranting. The network is outraged. He's not anchor-unflappable, but angry. The network intends to axe him until they realize that the ratings are up. His anger strikes a resonant chord with viewers everywhere, who all join him in screaming out the window "I'm mad as hell, and I'm not gonna take it any more". Therefore, the network decides to exploit his loony ranting for the ratings bonanza.

It's kinda talky, as most Paddy Chayefsky scripts are, given his background as a legit playwright and scriptwriter for the early days of ensemble drama TV. He writes very long speeches and monologues rather than crisp dialogue, and the speeches aren't from the realistic school. Nobody is quite so literary and witty and brilliant as his characters, and few people speak with this poetic quality just a hair shy of iambic pentameter. But I guess that's OK. It's not realistic, but it's definitely intelligent. You just have to accept it as convention. In musicals people break into song unrealistically. In Chayefsky dramas, people break into speeches unrealistically. Also, he disregards the "plausibility of action" rule. if he needs two characters to reveal secrets to each other, well, they'll fall into an affair even if you can't believe that such people could ever get together.

But on balance, I like it. It may be a slow movie, and unrealistic, but how realistic can Black Humor be? It is, after all, based on exaggeration. It's a thoughtful movie, and one of the most deeply cynical things ever written. I admire the sentiments and intelligence of the movie, and enjoy watching it in spite of its flaws.

thumbnails Faye Dunaway (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)


"Sweet Movie", from GR

A cinema legend that I've always wanted to see, but never have. Dusan Makavejev (He made "Montenegro", which I enjoyed) just tried to make a movie which broke all the rules about everything. I don't even think you can rent a copy of it, but I think this was another one from Frodo's collection, lent to GR. If you want to pony up 70 bucks, you can buy a copy from, with a 2-3 week waiting period, but that's the first time I've seen anybody selling it in years

Here are the IMDb comments. I recommend reading them, if only for amusement and wonder. This is one strange movie. Carol Laure Carol Laure - this is GR's film clip from this movie



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Yo, Scooperman. Just leftovers. Not my scans or captures, but just some supermodels from the famous Vic's Secret Online Show. No flesh except some serious booty in swimsuits.

Carmen Cass. Aurelie Claudel. Trish Goff. Eva Herzigova. Adriana Lima.

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