Gina Gershon
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Elizabeth Berkley
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Gershon and Berkley, the Dynamic Duo
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"Showgirls"....the final frontier. Even RDO himself offered a sigh of relief upon completing this project. I think he has also come very close to taking the crown away from Tuna for the most 'caps ever from a single movie. We'll have to go back and count of these days. Maybe that can be a category for next year's Scoopy Awards.
WhyScan's Page Three Report
If Page Three is unfamiliar to you, this link describes the Page Three tradition.

Tara special!
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Page 3 desk top Wallpaper! Great stuff made by Whyscan for all of the Page 3 fans!



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El Kabong
Mary Lou Retton El K is answering a special e-mail request for Mary Lou in "anything besides that godawful red white and blue thing". The scan of the pint sized athlete is from Source, the official magazine of Sam's Club! Which just may qualify as the most unusual source of material for the fun house to date.
Lolita Davidovich Vidcaps from "Cobb" not too much nudity, but enough to keep her fans happy I would say.
Claire Nebout Full frontal 'caps from the Italian movie "La Condanna".
Rebecca Perle Little known B-actress from the 80's in 'caps from "Stitches".
Ana Risueno 'Caps from "Bajo la piel"
Daneen Boone Once again, here is Daneen in the tub in vidcaps from "Seduction of Innocence"
Isabel Glasser From the evil-slasher-doctor flick..."The Surgeon"

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"Kingpin" from Tuna

Kingpin (1996) is a mixture of plusses and minuses. First, the minuses. It is a Farrelly brothers production full of bathroom humor. some scenes drag a little. Much of the humor is over the top. On the plus side, it is a Farrelly brothers production full of bathroom humor. The cast includes Bill Murray as Big Ernie (bowling legend and world class slime-ball), Woody Harrelson as Roy Munson (promising state championship bowler) and Randy Quaid as Ishmael Boorg (Amish bowling natural). Vanessa Angel plays the love interest to Harrelson. Munson has just won the state championship and is plays his first tour match, where he defeats the reigning champ, Big Ernie. Big Ernie graciously puts sugar in the gas tank of Munson's car, then ropes him in to a hustle, then abandons him to the angry suckers, who use the ball return to take off his bowling hand.

Fast forward 15 years. Munson has spent 15 years drunk, having sex with a very distasteful landlady to pay rent, selling condoms to bowling alleys and running cheap hustles. Munsoned has become synonymous with having a promising life totally ruined. Munson runs into Ish (Quaid) who throws a mean bowling ball, and convinces him that he should let Munson manage him as a pro bowler, and take him to a $1,000,000.00 winner-take-all tournament in Reno. This film is full of movie references (Midnight Cowboy, Rocky, The Natural, The Color of Money and Witness for example) and has some truly inspired humor. You have to see Quaid as a cross-dressing Amish lap dancer, even if you skip the rest of the film. Performances are excellent all around, and Murray is truly inspired. IF you can tolerate over-the-top humor and occasional slow spots, this may be worth watching once. There is no real exposure, but Vanessa gives us some amazing pokies and a lot of leg.

Thumbnails Vanessa Angel (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10)

"8MM" from Tuna

8 MM is a disturbing film with a disturbing topic. Nicholas Cage is a private detective hired to determine if an apparent snuff film is genuine by the widow of the film owner. His investigation draws him deep inside the murky world of extreme porn, including S & M, and worse. He meets and receives a lot of help from an intelligent musician working as a adult bookstore clerk named Max California played by Joaquin Phoenix. With the help of Max, he is able to find the underbelly of the porn industry and gain entry. Much more of the plot would be a spoiler. In the DVD commentary, the director mentions that they had to make drastic cuts in both nudity and violence to avoid an NC-17 rating. As it is, we have male and female full frontal, and very graphic violence.

I think this is a very good film, but that is the minority opinion. Cage and Phoenix were both brilliant, as were most of the major characters. The film gives a feel for what this nearly unmentionable world is like, and shows the effects on those it touches. Certainly not a date movie, and not one to watch when you are already depressed, but a good piece of film making.

Thumbnails Emily Patrck (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) Mary Katharine Garrison (1, 2) Stripper (1, 2)

"Nowhere to Run" from Tuna

Nowhere to Run is the best exposure in a film from all-natural Rosanna Arquette. We have full frontal, and her having sex with Van Damme. Van Damme is serving a prison term for a murder he didn't commit, and his partner that did commit the murder breaks him out of a prison bus. His partner is shot in the getaway, and Van Damme camps on Arquette's property. He develops relationships with her two children, then her, while trying to save her from the evil developers and crooked cops that are trying to force her to sell her land. Van Damme does lots of kicking and hitting and sucks on a very nice part of Arquette's anatomy in perfect Van Damme form.

It felt a little odd to watch a Van Damme film that was as much a romance as an action film. Some of the scenery was breathtaking, and the photography was far better than it needed to be, as you will see from some of the top right images. Thumbnails Rosanna Arquette (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12)

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