• * Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe).

  • * White asterisk: expanded format.

  • * Blue asterisk: not mine.

  • No asterisk: it probably sucks.


Catch the deluxe version of Other Crap in real time, with all the bells and whistles, here.








Eyes Wide Shut



Aesthete will spend several days on covering this project in 1920x1080 resolution. Last two days: the collages and Nicole Kidman's nude scenes. Today: the long scene where she smokes a doobie in her underwear. Warning: 350 meg









Let's wrap up Exposed.

Birgitta Molin shows it all in these scenes from the great outdoors, she is not bashful.

Then Brigitta is joined by Christine Lindberg in more action down by the ol' watering hole. Caps and two clips.



Live and Let Die


A little extra "Babe in Bondage" action as the Time Machine stays in the seventies for a very young Jane Seymour in "Live and Let Die" in HD. Caps and a 1080 HD clip.


TV Land

Over in TV Land the sexy legs of Courtney Friel of "Fox News". Caps and a HD clip.







Notes and collages

"Out of Order"

Kim Dickens

very VERY naked


Scoop's note: the DVD cut a lot of this footage, so don't miss these collages.








ESP: Extra Sexual Perception



Sage Kirkpatrick film clip, sample below








Revolutionary Road


Revolutionary Road (2008) reunites Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio, but it's no Titanic, and although the drama could also be called a romance, there isn't much about it that is romantic. In fact, most of the characters in the movie based on a novel by Richard Yates are pretty nasty.

Opening in 1955, April (Kate Winslet) and Frank (Leonardo DiCaprio) are in the seventh year of what would seem to be a perfect marriage. Frank commutes to an office job in New York, while April stays in their Connecticut suburban home, taking care of their two children. Unfortunately, they are miserable, April because she has given up her dream of being an actress, and Frank because he hates his job at the same company where his father worked as a salesman for twenty years. Fights between the two become common.

Desperate to save their marriage, April suggests they move to Paris, a place that Frank had visited and loved during the war. She will get a secretarial job with an international organization, and Frank would be free to chase his dreams. Plans are made, but as the date approaches, an unplanned event dashes their dreams, and April has trouble dealing with the aftermath.

While this is an interesting and realistic story, and no doubt the book is quite good, the in-depth character studies cause the movie to plod, but at the same time you get the feeling that much has been left out. Indeed, several of the deleted scenes, all of which appeared in the book, helped me make better sense of the story, and you wonder if, even though the movie is already 1 hour 59 minutes long, it didn't suffer from the omissions. Although many liked it, I was unimpressed. The caps are from the Blu-ray version.

Zoe Kazan







Lohan is back to flashing the coochie

Twilight's Elizabeth Reaser flashes quite an upskirt of her own

Film Clips

Embeth Davidtz in Winged Creatures

Valerie Bruni-Tedeschi in Oublie Moi. This is quite a nice frontal from France's first sister-in-law.

Martina Gedeck in Geliebte Clara (sample right)