Winona Ryder
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10,
11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20)
It's absolutely amazing! Winona Ryder soaking wet in a bath tub, wearing a white T shirt, 'capped from the DVD of "Girl, Interrupted", and still, nothing showing! Not really anyway. Although #2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, and 20 all do feature some definite, see-thru nipple exposure. Not great exposure, but for Winona, this is practically hard core porn.
WhyScan's Page Three Report
If Page Three is unfamiliar to you, this link describes the Page Three tradition.
Today's Page 3 girl....Jakki, 22, Staffordshire. (1, 2, 3, 4)
and ...
Eiko Matsuda From the highly controversial 1976 film "In the Realm of the Senses", by Donbun. A little before my time, but from what I have found this is sort of the Japanese version of "Last Tango in Paris" The controversy came about due to it more or less being a porno when it came to the very explicit sex scenes.
Salma Hayek A truck load of cleavage from the cover of "Celebrity Sleuth".
Alicia Silverstone Very low cut dress, but not really exposing too much. Looks like a 'cap from "Letterman".
Aurelie Claude Another great "supermodel butt on the catwalk" scan.
Virginie Ledoyen Star of the Di Caprio movie "The Beach" seen here at an awards show in a see-thru dress.
Valeria Marini (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) Vidcaps (mostly topless pics) from the the Italian movie "Bámbola".
Candy Clark 'Caps from "The Man Who Fell to Earth". Comments by Donbun:
Not great caps (the scene was done with a strobe light flashing), but ones I've never seen captured before. Got a few more unique ones of Candy to come. Enjoy!
Judith Godrèche Vidcaps from "Entropy"
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Today is "Make fun of Red Neck" Day
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A classic! The official haircut of the Red Neck! Fear the Mullet!


1.Never take a beer to a job interview.
2.Always identify people in your yard before shooting at them.
3.It's considered tacky to take a cooler to church.
4.If you have to vacuum the bed, it is time to change the sheets.
5.Even if you're certain that you are included in the will, it is still considered tacky to drive a U-Haul to the funeral home.

1.When decanting wine, make sure that you tilt the paper cup, and pour slowly so as not to "bruise" the fruit of the vine.
2.If drinking directly from the bottle, always hold it with your fingers covering the label.

1.A center piece for the table should never be anything prepared by a taxidermist.
2.Do not allow the dog to eat at the matter how good his manners are.

1.While ears need to be cleaned regularly, this is a job that should be done in private using one's OWN truck keys.
2.Proper use of toiletries can forestall bathing for several days. However, if you live alone, deodorant is a waste of good money.
3.Dirt and grease under the fingernails is a social no-no, as they tend to detract from a woman's jewelry and alter the taste of finger foods.

DATING (Outside the Family)
1.Always offer to bait your date's hook, especially on the first date.
2.Be aggressive. Let her know you're interested: "I've been wanting to go out with you since I read that stuff on the bathroom wall two years ago."
3.Establish with her parents what time she is expected back. Some will say 10:00 PM; Others might say "Monday." If the latter is the answer, it is the man's responsibility to get her to school on time.

DATING (Inside the Family)
1.Always compliment your cousin on how much she favors her dad, who also just happens to be your twin your brother Eustis.
2.Remember to never call your date "Sis", in public (unless in West Virginia).
3.Never date your mother unless chaperoned by your sister (unless it's the same person).
4.Always name all your children after your dog . . . then people will not think that you and your spouse are related.

1.Livestock, usually, is a poor choice for a wedding gift.
2.Kissing the bride for more than 5 seconds may get you shot.
3.For the groom, at least, rent a tux. A leisure suit with a cummerbund and a clean bowling shirt can create a tacky appearance.
4.Though uncomfortable, say "yes" to socks and shoes for this special occasion.

1.Dim your headlights for approaching vehicles; Even if the gun is loaded, and the deer is in sight.
2.When approaching a four-way stop, the vehicle with the largest tires always has the right of way.
3.Never tow another car using panty hose and duct tape.
4.When sending your wife down the road with a gas can, it is impolite to ask her to bring back beer.
5.Do not lay rubber while traveling in a funeral procession.

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"Lethal Weapon", from Johnny Web

Lethal Weapon 1,2, and 3 were all released or re-released on DVD this week, in director's cuts. Of course, these movies are purely entertainment flicks, so a director's cut doesn't have quite the same impact as seeing the missing scenes in "Touch of Evil", but what the hell. The first one was a good action flick, with cosmicly sadistic international drug dealing bad guys with a mercenary army, and enough humor to carry it beyond the rank-and-file to box office success. The second one was a pretty funny character study with a cops-and-robbers backdrop and a funny performance from Joe Pesci. Sorry to say that #3 was pretty damned lame. The nudity also went downhill. #1 featured the entire first scene from Jackie Swanson, and a whole bunch of Mad Max in the buff. #2 was a little Patsy Kensit and a peek of the ol' road warrior.

#3 had no nudity, and I think the bad guys were like shoplifters at 7-Eleven or something. I think Joe Pesci kicked their asses with no weapons. He just irritated them into surrendering by trying to sell them new homes and solid homeowners policies.

I didn't re-watch #2 because I just saw it a short time ago, but here's the nudity from #1.

Jackie Swanson (1, 2, 3, 4)


"Shaft's Big Score", from Tuna

Speaking of series flicks, three Shaft movies also appeared on the shelves this week. Tuna's comments: "Shaft's girlfriend has a brother who is blown up. Shaft finds himself between the police, the Italian businessmen, and the Harlem black mob. Oh, and women keep begging him for sex. It is an enjoyable piece of mindless entertainment."

thumbnails RosalindMiles (1, 2) Marilyn Hamlin (1, 2) KathyImrie (1, 2, 3) Stripper (1, 2, 3)


New from GR

Joan Hackett in "One Trick Pony" Mare Winningham, "One Trick Pony" (single image) Click here for Scoopy's overview of "One Trick Pony".I am a great, great fan of Paul Simon. If you say he's the greatest musical genius of the 20th century, I might try to throw Stravinsky at you, but I'd probably concede. Despite my hero worship for the man, I barely stayed awake in this movie. When it ended, I rewound back a few minutes because I thought I missed something. I didn't. You are going to think I'm kidding when I say this, but they actually played a complete song as background while he took out the trash in real time. What's that, maybe two and a half minutes of screen time to throw his trash bag in the dumpster? Now that's entertainment! If Aristotle were still with us, he'd be so proud of this application of the Unity of Time. Kim Cattrall, "Sex and the City" Priscilla Barnes, "The Crossing Guard" (single image)


Visitor's Corner

This from the mailbox, about the film where Mastroianni played General Custer

Re: "Touchez Pas la Femme Blanche"

I was lucky (or unlucky) enough to see this truly odd film in a first-run theater in Nice the week it was released. Although my French wasn’t nearly as fluent then, it was plenty good enough to recognize that I was witness to a marvelously surreal event. To make sure, I would occasionally glance at my fellow-patrons - yep, they were just as slack-jawed as I. (To no great surprise the audience numbered about 20 in this 500 seat theater - the film had been playing about four days and the word was very definitely out.)

What drove me into the movie-house was probably the same impulse that made you pop it in your VCR - and I was just as disappointed to discover Deneuve stayed clad. After this apparent train-wreck of a movie was over I became mildly fascinated to discover how it came about. This is some of what I read/was told/remember.

Ferreri, coasting on the bounce from "La Grande Bouffe" could basically do what he wanted. One story is he complained to Mastroianni that he had nothing ready to film and Mastroianni said in effect C’mon, Marco, you’ll never have a chance like this again - you can take the worst piece of shit script out of your trunk and they’ll let you do it! Ferreri confessed he’d always wanted to do a Western and had an old unfinished script. Perfect, said Mastroianni but he couldn’t be in it; he had about 5 pictures lined up and wouldn’t have time to go to the US. So Ferreri said fuck it (or the Italian equivalent), we’ll shoot it here. Whaddya mean, here? They were in cab passing through Les Halles. (You know, Les Halles? Of course you do. Paris’s centuries old meat market district where we all used to go at 2 am in our black existential turtlenecks for onion soup and frîtes with the ouvriers…)

Mastroianni: Whaddya mean you’ll shoot it here?? In the meat market??

Ferreri: They’re tearing it down, they’re moving it all out to the suburbs. In two months none of these buildings will be standing...

And so it came to pass, the burgermeisters of Paris in their infinite wisdom gutted the center of the world’s most beautiful city and created the biggest vacant lot in its history. Within three months Marco Ferreri was directing the re-enactment of Little Big Horn. It’s been a while, but if memory serves aren’t there a couple of shots of buildings coming down in the background to Custer’s Last Stand?

The reviews in the European press were uniformly savage. No great shock, Ferreri admitted he improvised two thirds of the film. But he and all the actors got paid and, we can assume, smiled quietly all the way to the bank. There was some Cahiers speculation that this was his attempt to ingratiate himself with the Godardiens and try for the same ambience of light-hearted (light-fingered?) anarchy of "Pierrot le Fou" or "Weekend". If that’s the case, he missed by country kilometer. I think Ferreri’s biggest burden finally was his joyfully-trumpeted misogyny. Strange behavior indeed for an admittedly mother-fixated Italian. But what the hey, in his following film "La Dernière Femme", he had our beloved Depardieu emasculate himself with an electric carving knife and in my book any director who gives me that image can’t be all bad now, can he?

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