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Amy Smart Bootleg 'caps of the "Felicity" star topless from the movie "Road Trip".
Blinky's Final Runway Report     
Angela Lindvall
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13)

Laetitia Casta (1, 2, 3, 4)

Mystery nudity (1, 2, 3, 4 5, 6, 7, 8)

Today, we say farewell to a longtime contributor, and friend who gave a little bit of his day to help us entertain the web. Posted here are a few words from Blinky:

To all contributors and visitors of the Uncle Scoopy site,
With today's group of pics, I have reached 2,010 pics sent. With this achievement, I have decided to take some time off. I'm hoping it will be no longer that a couple months, but I really don't know how much time I will need. The reason for this is that I need to make some major changes in my life. I am changing jobs and moving very soon and I need to make that a priority. I have learned to respect Uncle Scoopy and all of the daily contributors. The time they spend on making this site what it is must be tremendous. Sometimes I had trouble finding the time to send in just a few pics. I have heard people make complaints about the site, but where else can you find jokes, polls, entertainment updates, funny commentary, and 1,000's of nude pictures all on one page that is updated everyday, including holidays. I will continue to visit whenever I have the chance. Uncle Scoopy has given me so much. I can say I have seen almost all my favorite movie stars and models in the flesh and that is all thanks to Uncle Scoopy. That was why I started contributing in the first place. I felt I had taken so much I wanted to give something back. And so, Blinky the three-eyed fish was born. I checked Scoopy's archives for my first contribution and I first started sending on September 22, 1999. 2,000 pics in under a year, not to bad. I hope I will be able to come back soon. I may pop in from time to time with a contribution just to make sure you all don't forget about me. I have enjoyed helping Uncle Scoopy make his site into the best nude celebrity site there is. Thank you all and especially all the contributors, Uncle Scoopy, and Scoopy Jr.

WhyScan's Page Three Report
If Page Three is unfamiliar to you, this link describes the Page Three tradition.
Today's Page 3 girl....Jo, 20, from Leicestershire (1, 2, 3, 4)
Dawn Marie Psaltis from ECW Hardcore Heaven 2000

Elektra also from ECW Hardcore Heaven 2000

Francine Fournier, ECW Hardcore Heaven 2000

Stacy Keibler "Miss Hancock" from WCW Nitro

Amy Dumas "Lita" from WWF Heat

Elizabeth Berkley (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24)

Rena Riffel (1, 2, 3)

Dante McCarthy (1, 2, 3)

Let's see...not much more that can be said about the "Showgirls". So here are few comments about the images on hand today...

Dante McCarthy #1 and 2 also feature Bobbie Phillips in all of her topless glory.

Elizabeth Berkley #8: I think this one pretty much sums up the entire movie in one single picture...she's topless and clueless.

Unique 1
Jessica Hecht (1 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10)

Patricia Skeriotis (1 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14)

Jennifer Connelly (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

Virginia Madsen (1 2, 3, 4)

Tracy Huston (1 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)

Comments By Unique 1, some of which will probably stir up some discussion, and I'll add my comments below:

Jessica Hecht in "Anarchy TV" (From TV's Single Guy and recurring guest on TV's Friends)

Patricia Skeriotis in "Dream Master: The Erotic Invader"

Jennifer Connelly and Virginia Madsen in "The Hot Spot"

Tracy Huston in Showtime's "Rated X" (She plays Marilyn Chambers in the Supposedly "Citizen Kane" of Adult Movies: "Behind The Green Door". Now I have not Seen What's Behind the Green Door but I have seen Citizen Kane and I don't get what all the fuss is about. You know,The Greatest movie ever made blah blah blah .....It did not have a great plot, nor great acting, nor characters I cared to give a damn about. The only special thing about it was the expose into the life of one of the World's Most powerful men. I think the HBO Film about the making of Kane, "RKO 281" is a much better film and I cared more about The characters involved. And It finally, once and for all laid it all out about Rosebud.

Jr's Comments: The best movie ever made? How exactly do you define what is "the best"? Is it the story, the acting, the cinematography, groundbreaking use of camera or technology, is it a box office success? Does the movie have a message of redeeming social value? Does that message transcend generation gaps and still ring true 50 years later? Would the best movie make you laugh, cry, scream, all of those? none of those? These are questions that are impossible to answer. Besides, we already know that any movie that stars Dennis Rodman automatically wins!

and ...
Lisa Marie (1, 2) Akira has taken a little break but he's busy with a whole slew of new 'caps. Here is round one from the movie "Sleepy Hollow".
Ali Landry (1, 2) Two great scans submitted by RJL from the new issue of FHM.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus (1, 2) Lots of cleavage from "Seinfeld". On a side note....while surfing the IMDb I cam across another former "Seinfeld" cast member Patrick Warburton, better known as "Puddy". Much to my surprise I found that he is currently involved in live action version of one of my favorite cartoons, "The Tick". Don't be afraid...."The Tick" is being directed by Barry Sonnenfeld so it stands a good chance of being very entertaining (well, at least it can't be any worse than Sonnenfeld's "Wild Wild West") Anyway, if you don't know of "The Tick" here are a couple of links for you: Scarebear's Keen Tick Site, one of the best resources I could find. Or for a smaller sampling, here are some wonderful Tick quotes from the IMDb.

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"Eye of the Beholder", from Johnny Web

Ashley Judd is a serial murderer. Ewan MacGregor is a surveillance agent, "The Eye", who sees her commit a murder while he is working on a case. Instead of turning her in, he starts to follow her full time. At first we wonder if he is a mere voyeur, but it is more than that. She meets a need in his life.

Many years earlier, he lost his wife and his daughter. The wife took the girl away. The girl woke up one day and had no daddy. The thought of his missing daughter haunts him continuously. He still buys her souvenirs. She appears to him in physical form and they hold down conversations. He has spent seven years this way, brooding, and bereft of human contact except through a computer screen. Clearly, by any reasonable definition, he is mad.

The killer's (Judd) psychological problems were generated by a single incident in her childhood when, on Christmas Day and without warning or explanation, her father abandoned her in a dark alley and doomed her to a life as an orphan, never understanding why it all happened. As Ewan says to her, late in the film, when they finally meet, "I'm a daddy looking for a lost girl, and you're a lost girl looking for a daddy".

So he spends the entire film shadowing her through exotic and beautiful locales, removing the evidence whenever she commits a crime, causing a distraction or creating an escape route whenever the law's noose becomes too tight around her, protecting her when she is in other danger, and even killing two men, one of them an innocent and sympathetic character killed out of jealousy. Judd is not really aware of his presence, although she later acknowledges that she must have had a guardian angel.

This movie generated powerful extremes of opinion. IMDb viewers tended to rate it very high or very low. Those who hated it disparaged its incoherent structure, plot holes, and ambiguous ending. Those who loved it praised its sheer cinematic quality, its imagery, and its acting. In a sense, both points of view are justified. The director displays some dazzling visuals of spectacular locales, and continuously challenging minimalist explanation shots that force your mind into the fray.

You know what I mean. Two feet are seen under a bench in a train station - between them appears a paper. You fill in the blanks. That sort of thing.

Count me in the camp that found it invigorating and fascinating. I get tired of the same old formulae, and this one follows no formula at all. If it sometimes makes no sense, well, so be it. It's not necessary to have all the details about everything and, after all, we see much of the movie through The Eye's P.O.V., and he's mad as a hatter anyway, so we're going to see a skewed view. I don't think you're supposed to think of it as a thriller, but as a bizarre Electra love story between a madman and a psychotic serial killer, so how much do you expect to be able to relate to it?

In my mind, the weakness of the film is that the characters are too aloof from our involvement. MacGregor is a hopeless dweeb to begin with, and we lose any empathy for him when his jealous gunshots cause the death of the blind man. Judd - well, she's cold, unapproachable, and a serial killer, so it's not like we're going to dig for her secret like we would for Ilsa in Casablanca. After all, Ilsa left our hero and made him bitter, but this lady would have killed him and gutted him like a deer. So we, the viewers, never get drawn into the story in the way we would if there were a sympathetic protagonist. We just watch it as an intellectual exercise and as an exercise in style. Not everyone will enjoy that, because the movie experience is generally about the heart more than the mind. So, I'll say I really liked the film, but I can't recommend it because most moviegoers hated it, and the vast majority of critics also despised it, so there are great odds against your liking it, no matter what I say.

Here's the Rotten Tomatoes page - their summary: 3 positive reviews, 40 negative. The domestic box office was an uninspiring 16 million, virtually none of it after the first three weeks, because of poor reviews and poor word-of-mouth.

Mark my words, director Stephen Elliott ("Priscilla, Queen of the Desert") will have a monster mainstream hit someday. He's only 36, and he has talent up the wazoo.

Director's commentary on the DVD

Ashley Judd (or stand-in Isabelle Gendron; impossible to tell in some shots) (1, 2, 3, 4)

"American Gigolo", from Johnny Web

For me this movie just doesn't work. As a murder mystery, it is slow-paced and sloppy. For example, i still don't know what happened to Gere at the end? Did Hutton lie to give him an alibi, or did she simply tell the truth that she had previously agreed not to reveal because her husband was a Senator? When Gere heard the news, he reacted like she had simply told the truth, but that can't be, because in a previous scene Gere tested her by saying something like "can you look at me and be absolutely sure I am innocent?" That question makes no sense if she was with him. So I guess she lied, but it sure is convenient that nobody else can refute her alibi with her real whereabouts that night, since she wasn't really with Gere.

Also, the explanation is that gere has been framed for a murder committed by another gigolo. But there is a slight problem. The murder was accidental - the result of rough sex games - so it wasn't premeditated and the murderer didn't know it would happen. But Gere was set up as a patsy two days BEFORE the murder took place. How the hell did the murderer Gigolo and his lover-pimp know that Gere would be necessary if they didn't plan to kill anyone? As I said, I'm still confused.

If the uninspiring plot makes it a weak mystery, the lack of flesh also makes it a loser as any kind of a turn-on. There is almost no nudity in a movie about a Gigolo! Well, unless you count Gere's usual exposure of his well-worn pee-pee, which I presume you ain't lookin'for. The only think I really liked in the movie was Hector Elizondo as a cynical, real, down-to-earth detective who is more than a bit jealous of Gere's sexual conquests and lifestyle.

The obscure Michele Drake, who is in the Fun House for a second straight day in two different movies by the wildest of coincidences! Linda Horn Lauren Hutton. I guess it's really her chest since the exposure is so modest and the pan up to her face is smooth.

"Hide and Seek", from Johnny Web

Daryl Hannah plays an upper middle class woman trying to have a baby. Jennifer Tilly and Vincent Gallo play a couple of worker drones who decide to kidnap Hannah, fake her death, and keep the baby for themselves because they are childless and loony. Hannah escapes a few times, they get her back, blah blah blah.

It's an odd 1999 movie that isn't even listed in IMDb. It keeps vacillating from straight horror-thriller to high-camp. Hannah's distraught husband, for example, plays it totally straight, but Jennifer Tilly goes for broad laughs with an over-the-top character. For me, the inconsistency of the tone was really distracting, and the resolution was predictable. Hannah spends the entire movie in a nightie and leg irons, but no flesh sneaks out.

Bare bones DVD, few extras.


"La Grande Bouffe", from Tuna

Marco Ferreri is the director, and he was one of the great countercultural icons of the cultural revolution in the late 60's and early 70's. He made such iconoclastic films as Bye-Bye Monkey (In which Depardieu talks with a whistle, has a pet chimp who is eaten by rats, and makes love to ancient Geraldine Page), and Tales of Ordinary Madness (Charles Bukowski story in which Ben Gazzara plays an alcoholic writer who has relations with an underage girl, women who never bathe, fat women, you name it, and some of the scenes quite explicit). You may find both of these films in the back issues.

Anyway, this is Ferreri's masterpiece, I guess, and he's up to his usual strange tricks here in this story of four successful middle aged men who come together to commit suicide by overeating. Of course, before they get near death, there is plenty of farting and shitting. I know it sounds like it shoudl star Charlei Sheen and Dom Deluise, but it isn't a grade-z gross-out comedy, but a serious arthouse piece starring Marcello Mastroianni and other distinguished performers, and if you're into films you almost have to see it for the shock value alone.

Well, luckily for us, they decide to bring along some babes in the adventure, and Tuna went above and beyond the call of duty in capping this massive project. Thanks again to Frodo for his assistance with this one.

Tuna likes this movie rather more than I, and I found that his defense was quite eloquent: "It is definitely bathroom humor, but with an all-star cast. Several points make it worthy, in my opinion. The acting is flawless, the set is intricate and the images will be with me for a long time. The literary allusions are obscure and mostly lost in the translation, but must make it an intelligent film for those who speak French. It does bother me that they give no motivation for any of the men to commit suicide. Seems odd that 4 successful people -- all friends -- should decide to eat themselves to death.

Andrea is a fascinating character, and made the film for me. She has appetites, both sexual and gastronomic, that far surpass any of the men, but is not self-destructive. She is the only one of the bunch that is giving by nature. The hookers and the men are all self-serving. Maybe the message is that you have to give great pleasure to experience great pleasure."

Link to the IMDb user comments on this movie, for other reflections and reactions. The top review is especially literate and erudite, although I got lost in some of his references. thumbnails thumbnails Andrea Ferreol (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14) Florence Giorgetti (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) Monique Claumette (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9) Solange Blondeau (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12)

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