Brainscan's Page 3, 4 and 5 Report
Rebekah Parmer-Tesdale
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Comments by Brainscan:
Whyscan gave us a polished, cleaned-up look of Rebekah Parmer-Tesdale on Saturday, but as faithful readers will recall, Rebekah has shown her down and dirty side on an occasion or two. Well, this is another. Here is a series of scans that are reasonably attractive and perfectly explicit!
El Kabong
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Continuing with the porn babe is one more adult star from the "Erotic X Film Guide". Nothing hardcore in any of these, except maybe #7 which features the gynecological perspective up close and personal.
Nicole Kidman
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Nothing special, but it's Nicole. From Premiere, promoting "Eyes Wide Shut"
Thandie Newton  
Daryl Hannah
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Kathy Bates

Comments by Aesthete:
This week I've capped what is by far the best nude scene by Daryl Hannah, which is from "At Play in the Fields of the Lord". She has shown glimpses in movies such as "Splash" and "Reckless", but this is an extended nude scene and she was in great shape for the part.
Also, as a bonus, the last collage is of Academy Award winning Best Actress (not for this film) Kathy Bates in her only (thankfully) nude appearance. I think this scene is of note because she has such a high standing as a serious actress and obviously not the body of an actress you'd expect to do nude scenes, yet she didn't use a body double for the part.
WhyScan's Page Three Report
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Today's Page 3 girl....Nikki, 25, Saffron Walden. (1, 2, 3, 4)

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and ...
Vanessa Angel
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No nudity, but a great flashback to Vanessa's first movie role in "Spies Like Us".
Alex Gain Comments and scan by Chumba:
...from the current issue of Front. Alex recently appeared in a TV advert for Marmite, the disgusting yeast extract product - but was worth watching just for her :-)
Billie Piper Brit teen singer Billie from the new issue of Sky, also from Chumba
Billie Piper
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A few more of the teen Brit singer from Sky magazine. Thanks to NMD for these.
Sophie Marceau With hair taped to her nipple from "The World is Not Enough". I picked this up a few weeks ago thinking 'Bond, with Sophie and Denise and Bond girls? Should be a keeper!' But even I was let down. And this from a guy who saw "Octopussy" 5 times at the theater! I think the reason this one kinda flopped was the simple fact that Scoop's hero Joe Don Baker didn't make an appearance!
On to the nudity...I noticed this scene right away as possibly the most flat out revealing love scene ever shot in a Bond movie. Most have been sexier (probably because of the titillation rather than the actual exposure) but none have ever made me stop and look again. I think I looked 3 or for times before eventually coming to the conclusion that there was some "movie magic" involved.
The Funnies
Redneck Humor
A Letter From Mom
Dear Son,
I'm writing this slow 'cause I know you can't read fast. We don't live where we did when you first left. Your Dad read in the paper that most accidents happen within 20 miles of home, so we moved. I won't be able to send you the address as the last family here took the numbers with them for their next house, so they wouldn't have to change their address. This place has a washing machine. The first day I put four shirts in, pulled the chain, and I haven't seen 'em since. It only rained twice this week, three days the first time and four days this time. The coat you wanted me to send you, your Aunt Sue sid it would be a little too heavy to send in the mail with the heavy buttons, so we cut them off and put them in the pockets. About your sister, she had a baby this morning. I haven't found out whether it's a girl or a boy, so I don't know if you are an Aunt or and Uncle.
Not much more news this time, write soon.
Love, Mom
P.S. Was going to send you money, but the envelope was already sealed.

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Thunderbolt And Lightfoot", from Tuna

Tuna's comments: Thunderbolt and Lightfoot is a lackluster Clint Eastwood testosterone film. Clint and his sidekick Lightfoot are supposed to be loveable bank robbers, and part of the reason is that one of their associates (played by George Kennedy) is such a creep that they look good by comparison. This device just made Kennedy a two dimensional character with no depth, and I still couldn't relate to either Thunderbolt or Lightfoot. Eastwood nearly slept through his performance. The decide that banks are too much like work, and rob something easy like a state armory.

The short exposure was from three actresses. The first, a pickup date who is dressing after sex with Eastwood. The second is a "housewife" flashing workmen through a sliding glass door. The last (and best) is from a supposedly-teenage daughter being tied up by Kennedy.

Note: I haven't looked it up, but I think Jeff Bridges was nominated for an Oscar for this movie. He played part of the movie as a woman. Tuna and I don't disagree that often, and I don't strongly disagree here, but I think I kind of liked it, although my memory of it is hazy. If I remember right, I felt some scenes had been cut improperly, or perhaps some had been cut out entirely, because there are a couple of transitions that are very choppy. By my generally hazy gut feeling is that I thought it was an OK caper/buddy flick with some comic relief and an unexpected bittersweet ending. You film buffs probably know that this film was the first theatrical feature directed by Michael Cimino ("The Deer Hunter", "Heaven's Gate"). I wouldn't balance Tuna's thumbs-down with a resounding thumbs-up, but I'd say that it might be worth a watch if the premise appeals to you.

thumbnails June Fairchild (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) Leslie Oliver (1, 2) Luanne Roberts

"Kiss The Sky", from Johnny Web

The great problem of middle age has always been an attack of the crazies. You wake up one morning, and you question everything that you've done. Maybe you're a great success, by the typical standards of society, but you question the value of those successes. You get a longing for a time in your life when you were living closer to the edge, when everything was new, when you still had your ideals, and a full lifetime ahead to realize them. When you realize what those ideals were, you become acutely aware of how few of them you did realize, and you become intensely aware that you got distracted by day-to-daylife which gave you some detours. When you took the detours, they gradually became your new road, and you never even realized it.

I suppose this phenomenon, although prevalent in all generations and probably in all developed societies, has an unusually intense psychological impact on my generation, because our youths were so full of freedom. In that crazy 1968-74 period, we experienced something the the guys before us never had. Instead of crushing us under the weight of conformity, adults started copying us, believing us, changing their own lives because of us. We first began to realize our power on the night LBJ announced he wouldn't run again. Damn, our silly little protests kicked a president out of office. Then the rules started changing in every way. From global issues like minority rights to petty matters like campus rules, they times, they were a-changin'. Then the adults started co-opting our speech, clothing, and drugs. Middle aged guys would flash the peace sign and ask you for a doobie. What a trip. It was a wild and heady ride, I tell you, to be steering the ship at that age instead of just sitting in a passenger seat waiting for the destination. It all culminated when another U.S. president, resignation in hand, left office in humiliation and disgrace.

And that was the end of it for the mainstream of our generation. Except for a few idealistic stragglers, we set down our protest signs, and in time we traded in our VW campers for Porsches, and most of us created a nest not very different from the one our parents had raised us in. As I said earlier, every generation of youth loses its ideals, so there's no great storty in that, but we sure seemed to fall from a greater height to a greater depth. The sheer drop of that fall seemed to us to be tragic at Aristotelean levels.

And that's what this movie is all about. Two guys "have it all", and they can't breathe. So they seek to recapture their youthful passion by adventures, exploration, experimental relationships, mysticism, whatever it takes. The movie doesn't really reach any conclusions. One of the guys returns to his job and family, still confused, with one foot still out the door. The other guy ends up in a Buddhist monastery, not knowing where his next road will lead.

I don't know if the movie is any good. Probably not, because it's only a couple of years old, was obviously produced with a substantial budget by a major studio in exotic Philippine locations, and yet was totally buried by the studio that produced it. I can't find any record of a theatrical release, or even a cable showing, and it took two years to get to DVD. Nobody ever reviewed it, there are only 13 votes on IMDb, and only one brief user comment. Yet I was fascinated by it. It is so close to the bone for me that I enjoyed watching it, ina painful and depressing sort of way. If you are from my generation, it will ring some familiar chords, and the sounds will be amplified by the growling, despairing, music of Leonard Cohen. (Remember the score to "McCabe and Mrs Miller"?)

You guys from other generations? Well, MGM didn't seem to think it was much good - what else can I tell you?

The nudity is very subtle considering that three-way sex is one of the most important elements of the movie.

Sheryl Lee (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8) Patricia Charbonneau Elena Bennett and Katie Chesters

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