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"Body Chemistry II: The Voice of a Stranger" (1992)

Body Chemistry II: The Voice of a Stranger (1992) is a Roger Corman sequel to his earlier Body Chemistry, which continues the premise. Lisa Pescia as Claire, a psychologist, goes after Gregory Harrison, who was removed from the LAPD for excessive force, and who has returned home to get his life in order and try to patch things up with his High School sweetheart. Dr. Claire gets a gig as a talk show shrink, and agrees to help Harrison deal with his violent streak. She seduces him, he tries to break it off, and she attacks.

There is recycled footage of Monique Gabrielle from Uncaged and Maria Ford from Naked Obsession which is used for flashback scenes. Both show breasts, and Monique shows buns as well. Pescia, this time, has a lengthy and well lit bath scene, where she shows breasts, buns, and a hint of bush from the side. She also has a dark sex scene on the stairs with Harrison. They followed two of the rules of a sequel by having more exposure and less plot, but missed the third rule by not increasing the violence/gore. They nearly made up for it though with a wonderfully ironic ending.

IMDB readers say 2.7/10, which places this at the yak dung level. There is a way to watch this film. Fast forward to each of the nude scenes, then skip to the last two minutes, as the ending really is inspired. D+.

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  • Lisa Pescia (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
  • Maria Ford
  • Monique Gabrielle (1, 2)

    "10" (1979)

    10 (1979) features Dudley Moore in his loveable stumbling drunk persona as a famous songwriter who celebrates his 42 birthday, and immediately launches into middle age crisis. He has a fight with his girlfriend (Julie Andrews, who has a great poke through) over whether "broad" is derogatory or not, and if he should peep through his telescope at the orgies his neighbor has. The neighbor knows he is providing adult entertainment. There is a huge assortment of anonymous nudity from guests at the neighbor's house. Julie leaves mad. The next morning, Moore is driving home when he spots Bo Derek in her premier role in the car next to him on her way to her wedding.

    He falls instantly in love with her youth and beauty, and follows her to the church where he hits a Beverly Hills police car, finds that his license has expired, and that he has no proof of registration. While spying on the ceremony in the church, a bee crawls out of a bouquet and stings him on the nose. After ascertaining that Derek is the daughter of a dentist, he makes an appointment. He does learn where Bo and her husband are spending their honeymoon, but has to submit to 6 major fillings. The final blow comes when he goes to his neighbor's to join the party and is spotted through the telescope by Julie Andrews. So, it is off to Mexico to chase the perfect "10" and get his head together.

    He tries a fling with Dee Walace Stone, who shows buns and possibly one breast, but can't rise to the occasion. Then, his dream comes true when he rescues Bo's husband, and ends up in her bed. Needless to say, she is not what he was imagining. Bo looks incredible, and has lots of breast and bun exposure. Unfortunately, a lot of the prolonged sex scene, where they ball to Ravel's Bolero, is too dark to get many images. Bo is the weakest actress in the film, but had some great lines, and was mostly supposed to look good. Moore is on top and plugging away, and she says, "It's stuck." Moore replies, "No, it's ok, really. Don't be scared." She laughs and says, "No, the record is stuck."

    The film was written and directed by Blake Edward's, Julie Andrew's husband. Maltin hates it at 2 stars. IMDB readers say 5.5/10. Although Henry Mancini was nominated for an Oscar for one of his songs, he didn't manage one memorable song in this film. I couldn't find box office data, but the film has done $37m in rentals alone. This is the sort of light comedy with lots of breasts that I wish they still made. There are enough funny moments to carry the film, and Bo is reason enough to see it all by herself. B-.

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  • Bo Derek (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11)
  • Dee Walace Stone (1, 2)
  • Julie Andrews
  • Unknown (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20)

  • Johnny Web (Uncle Scoopy)

    After the Storm is a made-for-cable version of those old second features where Gilbert Roland would cut the lifeline while Jon Agar was diving. It is based on a very short story by Ernest Hemingway.

    • Milli Avital. She is a gorgeous woman, and looked scrumptious in the non-sex scenes. Too bad the sex scene wasn't lit just a tad better. (1, 2)
    • Simone-Elise Girard. She looks like an older version of Molly Ringwald. The nudity is (deliberately) out of focus.

    Firehouse is a lame comedy, to say the least. Pretty sure Hemingway didn't write this one. (See yesterday's edition for the pics)

    The Contaminated Man is another made-for-cable flick, this time with no nudity. William Hurt used to be a star, didn't he? Wasn't it just last week?

    I'll write a few comments on Jack of  Hearts tomorrow. You aren't missing anything. While not completely awful, it's basically an episode of Vega$ with a sex scene inserted. It does feature, however, one of the Scoopy family's favorites, the all-time wrestling baddie, Rowdy Roddy Piper. I've never understood his acting career. Why do you take the king of the bad guys and make him some kind of low-key cop (as he is here), or an action hero? He didn't even raise his voice in this film! Why didn't they just make him an over-the-top bad guy in the Oldman, Walken mold? It seems to me that he had the credentials. Oh, well.

    "Primal Fear" (1996)

    Someone 'capped this movie a few days ago, and it inspired me to give a try. I hadn't seen this since it first came out on video, and I had forgotten just how damn good Ed Norton was in this flick. I still can not believe this was his first movie!

    The story...
    Norton plays Aaron, a young, naive alter boy from Kentucky, accused of murdering a well known and highly respected Catholic Priest (who also happens to be his mentor and the man who saved him from the streets). Aaron is locked up, scared, and swears he didn't do it. He claims there was another person in the room, but he suffers from blackouts that result in "lost time" and he remembers nothing. Richard Gere plays Chicago's biggest hot shot defense attorney, and jumps at the chance to defend Aaron for free. Not so much because of Aaron's needs, but because he just can't resist seeing himself on TV. I won't bother with the whole story, but we do come to find out that Aaron has a second personality named Roy, and Roy is one tough redneck.

    My favorite scene is when Gere first meets Roy. This is when Norton shines. Before this scene, Norton is a key player in the film, but the movie is all about Gere. Once we meet Roy, Norton owns the rest of the film. He completely dominates, and uses Gere like a wad of Redman...chews him up and spits him out. That's what really makes this movie work for me.

    Often we see big name actors face off against each other, but usually when this happens we still see them as equal big named actors. But in this case Norton and I guess Gere as well, are extremely convincing. When Roy gets up in Gere's face, Gere is no longer the suave, intellectual rich guy we are so used to. He looks like a kid being pushed around by a bully, and he is passive and defenseless, and Norton stomps all over him. A great scene.

    The Nudity...
    The nudity comes from an unknown actress who is only in this short scene. Without giving too much away...we the audience get to watch part of a home grown porno, by way of a VHS tape through a TV (which is why these 'caps are small, and have really crappy color).

  • Azalea Davila (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)

  • Dann
    Dann's visual review of the "Not of This Earth" (1988)

    Traci Lords Topless and bare bum views in her first mainstream movie.

    Becky LeBeau The busty B-actress doing what she does best...going topless. Of course Fun House fans probably know her best from one of our all time favorites..."Joysticks"!

    Belinda Grant Very nice topless scenes.

    Roxanne Kernohan and Ava Cadell and Cynthia Thompson Two out of three going topless.

    and ...
    Helena Christensen
    (1, 2)

    Topless and swimsuit B&W's of the gorgeous supermodel. Scans by Daysleeper.

    Sarah Jessica Parker DAI did a great job with this collage of SJP on the catwalk from "Sex and the City"

    Cristi Harris
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    Former child actress and model, probably best known for her role on the soap opera, "Sunset Beach". Here she is showing off her very nice breasts in scenes from 1995's "Night of the Scarecrow", by DeVo.

    Sofie Gråbøl
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    Also by DeVo...vidcaps of the Danish actress going full frontal in her first movie, "Oviri" (1986).

    Zoe Telford Pokies, and some fully nude, but not too revealing images in scenes from "Men Only". Thanks to Watty.

    Silvia Saint For her fans...Scanman put together this collage with nice full frontal poses by the adult actress.

    Sheeri Rappaport Once again, "NYPD Blue" pushes the limits and gets as much breast exposure as possible on network TV. Nice work by Jotell.

    Terri Runnels Is that a see-thru thong, or was the rasslin' babe caught showing her bare bum at Wrestlemania?

    Bridget White

    Heather Gottlieb and Colleen Werthmann
    (1, 2, 3)

    Scenes from the movie "Childhood's End" (1997).

  • Bridget is fully nude, but only breasts can be seen.
  • Heather and Colleen both show far off full frontal nudity.

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