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Noel Godin started a group that throws
custard pies at people they don't like.
(Bill Gates, for example) Now they have
consolidated it into an official
political party to run in the upcoming
Brussels elections. The party is called
TARTE, a French-language acronym for
"All Drunk, Let's Party
Together". Godin says it is the only
party which promisesd nothing, stands for
no one, and is totally irrresponsible.
Boy do I have a candidate for them.
Arkansas guy with a very impressive
resume who will be unemployed come
January 2001. Not to mention several
members of the Kennedy family and most
Doherty said in a recent interview that
she was filming a scene, running in a
short skirt, when she fell down, did the
splits, and her G-string underwear
shifted. "The whole crew saw
everything", she said. "For two
weeks I couldn't look them in the
eye". That's one we will probably
never get a picture of.
for those that missed it yesterday, is
the tabloid topless pic of Sophie
Rhys-Jones, who will marry Prince Edward
and thus become a princess on June 19.
She is not related to either Jonathan
Rhys-Meyers or Kellogg Rhys-Krispies.
Curiously, though, she will be attended
by three flower girls named Snap,
Crackle, and Pop.
The list of
Clinton's girlfriends includes some who
were not all that attractive. A
major-league exception was Elizabeth Ward
Gracen, a Grade B performer, but one
Grade A looker. What's more, she said she
liked him and the relationship was a very
positive one for her. She's nearly 40
now, but was Miss Arkansas, and Miss
America (1981), and later posed in
Playboy (in 1992, and again in 1998 after
her relationship with the Prez became
public). FR capped some rarely-circulated
scenes of her in "Discretion
Assured", including this nude scene
more of EWG.
She's not nude here, but the scene is
sexy and charming.
did two very different movies, "Wild
Things" and "Elizabeth",
and it got me to thinking about what the
Academy considers a great movie. For some
reason, they have these conscience pangs
that require them to give awards to
serious prestige projects. I just can't
write a thesis defending the position
that the much-honored
"Elizabeth" is a better movie
than "Wild Things". Don't get
me wrong. Elizabeth is a fine movie. It's
well filmed and presented in that usual
British classical RSC acting style that
usually passes for good acting, but is
more about guys listening to the sounds
of their own voices. In fact, it is
actually a very clever period remake of
"The Godfather". If you haven't
seen it, Elizabeth is the Michael
Corleone, innocent at first, but
gradually learning about being tough
enough to do what you have to do. In the
ultimate film homage, she has Walsingham
get rid of all her enemies in a one-night
purge while she kneels at prayer in the
chapel. OK, it's a fine movie, but it's
just another one of those talky period
biographies, and Fiennes the Younger
really phoned in his part, playing
precisely the same character as when he
played Shakespeare. Same quirky neck
turns, same irritating moony eyes, same
delivery, he may even have worn some of
the same clothing. He even used a few
poems to woo the queen. You'll think you
popped the wrong movie in the VCR.
(Shakespeare, of course, lived most of
his life in Elizabeth's reign).
Things" is a real genre classic,
possibly one of the five best trashy
movies ever made, filled with lurid
pleasures and twists, and plenty of South
Florida atmosphere. I have to tell you,
if I could only have one of these two
movies in my collection, it would be
"Wild Things", although I like
example of the Academy's stumblings in
the trash-vs-art was when the
insufferably tedious "Chariots of
Fire" won best picture over
"Raiders of the Lost Ark",
which probably is the single best trashy
movie ever made. Raiders is now
considered one of the 15 best movies of
any kind ever made, according to IMDb
subscribers, and Chariots is way back in
the pack, out of the top 250. I've never
made it though Chariots all the way
without falling asleep, although I've
tried many times. I used to think I was
unique, until I starting admitting it.
Now when I tell the story tons of people
smile and say "I thought I was the
only one". They should show that
movie in those clinics that treat sleep
disorders. It was a classic Emperor's New
Clothes thing where everyone was
brainwashed to feel like an idiot if they
didn't think it was a good movie.
the prestige stuff first. Cate Blanchett.
I don't know what the hell you can see
here. Is it a nipple, or something else.
Oh, well, look at the pretty pictures and
make up your own minds.
angle on Blanchett
in "Elizabeth". Well, the face
is hers. The nude may be a body double.
I've never seen her naked below the
waist, although I've seen only a small
portion of her 30+ films. Although her
facial profile is in the shot, the camera
was far from her, and it could be anyone.
She looks good in this collage, but she
didn't look as good in the movie. She was
born in the forties, and in some camera
angles she looked every bit of 50, and
more. She was married in the early 80's
to French directing legend Francois
Truffaut, and is a native of Monaco - how
many of those can you name, outside of
the royal family?
unnamed extra in Elizabeth.
Now the good
stuff. Denise Richards in "Wild
Things". The champagne.
Richards in "Wild Things". She
bends over and lets them hang.
Richards in "Wild Things".
Richards in "Wild Things".
Russell in "Wild Things".
Realist's comments "I always assumed
that this scene was a body double because
there are no clear shots with both her
face and her breasts. I was surprised to
hear, in the director's commentary on the
DVD, that it is all Theresa romping with
that Banderas-on-steroids guy" By
the way, if you're curious, Realist
pointed out that the cut scenes on the
DVD are just Bill Murray goofing off.
Funny, but no sleazy nekkid chicks.
This is quite
a good find from GR. Darlanne Fluegel in
Cattrall in "Breaking Point"
oldie-but-goodie from GR. Joyce Hyser in
"One of the Guys"
Scanman, here's a treasure from him.
Diane Lane in "The Big Town". I
guess it's Matt Dillon day.
another look at the Buffy good-bye on
SNL, as sent in by an anonymous
contributor. I think this is just some
editing techniques applied to Crow's
but if you like pretty faces, you might
want to recall Grace Kelly for a minute.
Flockhart in "Midsummer Night's
Dream", from Sing.
two girls from "Sister,
Sister", Tia and Tamara Mowry. One
of them has some below-the-surface
action. Yeah, yeah, I know they play kids
on TV but, like all TV kids, they are
actually senior citizens. I think they
turn 21 in a month or so. The guy who
plays Dawson is 22 and he's supposed to a
sophomore or something. I guess he spent
a few years in 7th grade. They must have
retired his locker, like the Yankees did
for Lou Gehrig. Buffy turned 22 a couple
months ago. The record holder? I think
Jason Priestley and my dad played some
minor league ball together, but I was too
young to remember him well. Seriously, he
was 29 when he left 90210.
gallery is dedicated to Kristi Sommers in
picked up quite a little treasure in this
frame. What is that supposed to be
covering her crotch? Soap? It looks odd.
up with the Germans
Manowski from Dildo Porn. Interesting. A
censored rock video from Europe.
Paltrow in "Mrs Parker ...."
from Dildo Porn
Cellier from Schatten (Year of the
Grauwiller in "Liebesfeuer",