"Eleven Days Eleven Nights The Sequel"
Eleven Days Eleven Nights The Sequel (1988) is another Joe D'Amato film. The box calls it 11 Days 11 Nights 2. IMDB has a different Joe D'Amato film called Eleven Days Eleven Nights II, and lists this one as Top Model. As it is truly a sequel, I decided to use the name on the title screen of the movie. Jessica Moore is still in New Orleans, and is researching a second book by working as a nude model and hooker. She poses nude several times in a warehouse for a rather pathetic fat man, but the main plot line has her seducing a man away from being a homosexual. The film is pretty much nudity and bad music, with little since to the plot, as they are pretty much unrelated episodes.
Moore again shows everything, and, again, some of the best nudity is in the trailer and not the film. The cutting was especially bad in this one, and the dubbing was as expected. IMDB readers have it at 3.6 of 10. Moore is worth looking at, but that is not enough to carry a film D.
|Johnny Web (Uncle Scoopy)
Stripped to Kill (1987):
When discussing the great female directors, we failed to mention
the director of Stripped to Kill, Katt Shea. Ok, I'm kidding, but
she did direct Poison Ivy, which is a fairly slick piece of
soft-core, and Streets, which has the one and only good look at Christina
Applegate's bare breast.
- (5.12) - Streets
- (5.09) - Poison Ivy
- (4.59) - Dance of
the Damned (1988)
- (4.51) - Stripped
to Kill (1987)
- (4.50) - Rage:
Carrie 2, The (1999)
- (3.40) -
Stripped to Kill II: Live Girls (1989)
The topless pics of Kay Lenz are in yesterday's edition, and in
her new Encyclopedia volume. Here are the strippers from Stripped to
- New volumes: Kay Lenz, Maryam D'Abo, Olivia D'Abo, Embeth
Davidtz, Laura Dern, Kristin Davis
- Updated volumes: Kim Basinger, Michelle Bauer, Emmanuelle
Beart, Priscilla Barnes, Drew Barrymore, Monica Bellucci, Lisa
Boyle, Jane Birkin, Penelope Cruz, Uschi Digard, Lauren Hays,
Sylvia Kristel, Arielle Dombasle
HOLLYWOOD bosses want Clint Eastwood, 72, to bring back Dirty
Harry. But the screen legend has turned them down because he
is too old.
Jim Carrey movie, "Bruce Almighty," bounced "The Matrix
Reloaded" from the top spot at the holiday box office,
setting a new record for a nonsequel comedy.
Gus Van Sant won the Cannes film festival's coveted Palme d'Or
award Sunday for "Elephant", a film that enters the lives of
actual U.S. students to see how they cope with shootings and
violence at school
Lisa Marie Presley likes rough sex
Jordan wandering around in public in her underwear. The Sun is
This is cool -
degree panorama of the view from the peak of Mt Everest
Fingers: A Tale Of Saks, Lies and Videotape'. It's a new
musical about Winona Ryder.
Osama and his evil minions are nearly broke. They would hold
a garage sale, but they blew up all their garages.
collection of 1980s commercials (sorry, you have to watch a
Mountain Dew ad to get there)
Biggest lie of the
week award goes to Rummy (gee, what a surprise!).
The great thing about the story is that he's lying about a Dick
Cheney lie! If Rummy had said "I
don't believe anyone that I know in the administration ever
thought that Iraq had nuclear weapons" - just one word
difference - he would have been telling the complete truth, and
not only that, even if he was lying, nobody could ever have
caught him, because you can't prove what people are thinking.
But by changing only one word, from "thought" to "said", he not
only stated a complete falsehood, but worded it in such a way
that he could be refuted, and simultaneously drew attention to
Cheney's earlier blatant lie. Now THAT'S going the extra mile in
pursuit of falsehood.
Last week's "lie of the week"
winner wasn't a lie at all.
It was an
acknowledgement of shock when Ari Fleischer told the truth in a
case where his usual weaselly lie would have been more
appropriate (showing he was burnt out in his job)
topless protestor update
Baby Spice and Justin Trousersnake
Roger Ebert weighs in on that Vincent Gallo blowjob movie. "it
may actually find French distribution; there may be a cachet
attached to seeing such a universally derided film. Some French
critics specialize in defending the indefensible, to show that
they alone can understand a rejected work; their explications of
"Brown Bunny" may be--indeed, must inevitably be--more
entertaining than the film"
are the latest movie reviews available at scoopy.com.
- The yellow asterisks indicate that I wrote the
review, and am deluded into thinking it includes humor.
- If there is a white asterisk, it means that
there isn't any significant humor, but I inexplicably determined
there might be something else of interest.
- A blue asterisk indicates the review is written
by Tuna (or Lawdog or Junior or C2000 or Realist or ICMS or Mick
Locke, or somebody else besides me)
- If there is no asterisk, I wrote it, but am too
ashamed to admit it.
'Caps and comments by Spaz:
Hitler: The Rise of Evil
Historical minseries which aired on CBS last week. The only nudity is provided by an uncredited Czech actress near the beginning playing a nude model at an art school.
Enterprise: episode Bounty
In this episode Dr. Phlux had to spend the entire episode in the decontamination room with T'Pol in Vulcan heat. There was also some sort of subplot of Captain Archer being kidnapped and turned over to the Klingons.
Behind the Camera: Three's Company the Unauthorized Story
The working title was something of the sort "Three's Company Revisited: Suzanne Somers Was Such A Greedy Bitch". The movie is a behind-the-scenes of the television series "Three's Company" which introduced "jiggle" to primetime by having Suzanne Somers jumping around in a tight t-shirt.
School's Out (1991)
The last of the Degrassi television series (at least for a decade). The only nudity was by Pat "Joey Jeremiah" Mastroianni. But still there are some good makeout and pool scenes.
"First Degree" (1995)
Dreadful crime-mystery only made watchable by 24's Leslie Hope. The only nudity was done by a bunch of uncredited actresses
"The Outer Limits"
Again no nudity because it's the tamer syndicated episodes. But still more skin and action than other primetime series.
MISC Bonus Nudity:
- Chapelle Jaffe: topless in "The Amateur" (1981).
- Dora Kaskanis: clothed crotch shots in the aussie lezzie film "Only the Brave" (1994).
- Roberta Angelica: topless in an episode of "Odyssey 5" plus a thermal image of her boobs.
||The UK actress topless in scenes from "Twenty-One" (1991).
||Topless and packin' heat in scenes from the French movie "Baby Blues" (1988).
|Three Slovenian actresses going topless in scenes from "Varuh meje" aka "Guardian of the Frontier" (2001).
|Breasts, bum and bush views and even giving a little oral (link #2) in scenes from "37°2 le matin" (1986).
|The Italian beauty topless and baring her bum in scenes from "Ghost Ship" (2002).
|Halle in a bikini from the latest Bond flick, "Die Another Day".
|Pat Reeder www.comedy-wire.com
Pat's comments in yellow...
OSAMA BIN LADEN BROKE?
That Must Be Some Swanky Cave! - U.S. News & World Report claims that Osama
bin Laden is broke, and his terrorist operatives are strapped for cash.
According to a trove of documents turned up by US intelligence, al-Qaeda is
now funded by businesses, charities, mosques and fundraisers, mostly Saudi.
Osama did inherit $300 million from his family's construction firm, but he
squandered it all years ago.
On lice treatments for his beard.
He insisted on buying only Gucci suicide belts.
Everyone thought he was rich, but he squandered it all on secret
pursuits that made him unable to show his face in public... He's the
Michael Jackson of terrorists.
CANNES FILMS WORST EVER
Blowing Two Hours Of Your Life - Critics branded this year's Cannes Film
Festival entries as the worst batch of films they'd seen in almost 40
years. The one that got the lousiest reviews was American maverick
director Vincent Gallo's shocking "The Brown Bunny," which featured a
graphic oral sex scene between him and Chloe Sevigny. The response was so
negative, Gallo publicly apologized to the audience and his financiers,
admitting, "It is a disaster of a film, and a waste of time."
You might say it blew.
But at least he had a GREAT time making it.
Come on, it did have a memorable climax.
But it was better than the other films, which were mostly just