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Britney Spears
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The scans aren't new, but the gossip is! Here are a few of the tidbits I've seen online in the past few days about Britney...
  • She's accepted a proposal from a member of N Sync (does it really matter which one).
  • She's romantically involved with Prince William
  • Some fruitcakes are opening up a Britney Spears Museum in her hometown In Louisiana.
  • On a side note about the museum....E! Online even went so far as to say and I quote "At last, one of music's great pioneers will get her due--and a new generation will get its Graceland."

    First of all NEVER put some teeny bobbin', tank top wearin', bubble gum chewin' tart in the same sentence as The King!

    Secondly...Britney a music pioneer? The only difference between Britney Spears and Tiffany is that Britney has never done a mall tour, and Tiffany had her two hit singles and millions of records sold in the 80's. Other than that, they are the same...both are fabrications of a record company. Mere products designed to be sold for a profit. Britney has most certainly not contributed anything unique or important to music! She hasn't transcended any barriers, hasn't changed the way people think about their instruments, hasn't inspired generations to become musicians or singers. And trust me...the name Spears will never even remotely belong any where near the same category as names like Presley, Hendrix, Stevie Ray, B.B. King, The Beatles, Sinatra, Thelonis Monk, Miles Davis, Robert Johnson, Mozart, Beethoven, Wagner, etc. EVER!

    To even think of such a comparison should be a considered a crime against humanity, punishable by death, and inflicted by some kind of anal probe!
    But I digress...

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    Stephanie Beaton
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    Unique is at it again! This time it's just about every frame of nudity with Stephanie from "Witchcraft X". Each link features 6 frames...today that makes for 174 images! #s 1-13 are not bad, but no real goodies to speak of. Try anything in the 14-29 range if you want to have a gander at Steph's more than ample bosom.
    Camille Donatacci If it says Helcrom...it has to be good! Naturally it also has to be chock full of B-movie goodness. First up are several large breasted women from one of my favorite Skinemax movies..."The Naked Detective".
    Taylor St. Claire For the Troma fans...The dude she's with in these 'caps also played the Toxie in The Toxic Avenger parts 2 and 3.
    Carolyn Renee Smith Having some fun in the kitchen.
    Julia Parton Dolly's cousin, in "The Naked Detective"
    Elizabeth Ward Gracen Topless 'caps from "Final Mission"
    Jamie Luner Topless from "Sacrifice"
    Leslie Harter Here's a bit of an oddity....These 'caps are also from the movie "Sacrifice". When I went looking, I found nothin' to connect Leslie with this film. However, Leslie does have a movie called "Blowback" in her credits, and the plot for "Blowback" sounds exactly like what we see in these 'caps.
    Michele White One more set of topless 'caps from "Sacrifice"
    Anne Heche A few hints of toplessness from "Return to Paradise".
    Paulina Porizkova Fully nude (although we don't see it all) from "Thursday". I've said it before...Paulina is just one of those women who really needs to put her clothes back on. Maybe it was just for this role, I don't know. But for me. there's nothing to see here.
    Gloria Reuben From "Indiscreet"
    Joan Severance A Fun House favorite in 'caps from "Criminal Passion"
    Karen Sillas Karen, Tilda, and Amy all in scenes from "Female Perversions".
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    Amy Madigan
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    Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu and Charlotte Wallior
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    A terrific follow up to our French film blowout a few days back. These two actresses were featured in 'caps that came from an unidentified movie. As it turns out...this lesbian love scene is from 1983's "Surprise Party". Vidcaps by Roland.
    James King A very cool cover for Vogue magazine that you wont see in American check-out lanes.
    Melanie Griffith Old school 'caps dating back to 1975. Here is Melanie topless at age 18 in "Night Moves", by UC99
    Mariangela Melato Topless 'caps of the Italian actress from 1987's "Notte d'estate con profilo greco, occhi a mandorla e odore di basilico" ("Summer Night, with Greek Profile, Almond Eyes and Scent of Basil"), by UC99.
    Roberta Angelica From "Jill the Ripper", by Donbun.

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    Thanks to astute readers for catching gaps in my comments yesterday. Writing about good singer-actor crossovers, I forgot Mandy Patinkin, who sings like an angel, and Richard Kiley, who did a helluva job in Man of La Mancha.

    Scoop's thoughts on "The Last Days of Disco"

    OK, I admit it, our boomer generation is snobbish about nostalgia, especially among us New Yorkers. We remember riding with the Freedom Riders, smokin' dope with Abbie Hoffman and Mark Rudd at Columbia, and the night that Richie Havens played all night for free in that village coffee house. We have Cuban Missle, Woodstock, and the JFK assassination as the great markers of our youth, and our recollections seem to imbue these milestones with the significance of the French Revolution or the Renaissance, or the raising of Lazarus. (Hey, imagine the nostalgia when those apostles got together. Puts us to shame.)

    So you can assume I'm going to make some snobby comments about this movie, which treats the end of the disco era, and may include some of your most revered memories, although I hope not. It's pretty damned hard to see how you younger guys can feel any great nostalgic reverence for Leo Sayer, or nights passed in places too noisy for conversation, wearing clothes that would be embarassing even on the PGA tour. Put those mirror balls, away, boys. Rick Dees and Disco Lucy are just a faint memory.

    But I'd probably like the movie a lot better if it got the period details correct, or if something happened. My personal favorite aspect is the fact that our protagonists actually hold down their pseudo-wise conversations in discos, sitting in relaxed poses, and speaking in normal tones of voice. In real life, most of the time those conversations consisted of "WHAT? You own a Buffalo? You have a Buffalo nickel? Oh, you LIVE in Buffalo!" This did have its advantages, in that you had to stick your mouth in a girl's ear in order for her to hear you without any shouting. The downside is that you also had to do this to speak to guys that looked like Harry Dean Stanton with more ear-hair. So here's a tip for you youngsters. If you are going to make "The Days Immediately After the Last Days of Disco", remember that your characters can go to discos, but the actual conversations will have to take place later, in quieter places.

    Also, if you are busy working on that script, do not crib wise quotes from the characters in Charles Schultz's "Peanuts". That's where they got all the dialogue in the first film. Perhaps you might try Bloom County instead for the sequel.

    The movie was supposed to be about smart folks having witty conversations. Unfortunately, the authors never actually met any smart folks or heard anything witty, so the dialogue in this movie makes an episode of "She's the Sheriff" seem in comparison to be as erudite as Proust's "Remembrance of Things Past". Pretty much all reviewers agreed that the dialogue was dopey and self-absorbed, but some critics claimed that it showed a masterful ear, and was a marvelous parody of those dopey self-absorbed times. OK, maybe. Ebert sure knows a helluva lot more about movies than I do, and he's usually right about these things, but I just don't want to listen to two hours of dopey, self-absorbed dialogue, whether it is intended as realism, or parody. Neither interpretation makes it any less dopey. Maybe this is brilliant parody if you actually knew the characters in the writers' life upon whom these characters are based. You might say to yourself, "whoa, he really got ol' Crockett Tubbs down pat". But I assume not that many of you guys knew ol' Crockett. Personally, I'm planning to write a parody of a guy I got paired with once when I went to the golf course by myself. Whoa, what a character that guy was. He did this thing when he talked, and he always said "that'll be handy", and I think he sold insurance or something. Oh, what a character. Man, I'll love that movie. Well, the rest of you won't get it. You had to be there.

    Here's the plot of "Last Days": the characters say stuff to each other. The girls appear to be Stepford Babes, delivering lines in monotones, without any emotion. The guys are creepy, sex-seeking narcissists who undoubtedly still buy the new issues of Silver Surfer every month, in order to complete the formation of their personal philosophies. They say some more stuff to each other at the club. One of the guys pairs off with the virginal girl. She gets laid and, gosh darn it all, gets VD in her very first try. Drat the luck. This requires them to say some more stuff until the credits start to roll. Near the end they say some stuff like "this disco era seems to be ending. I've never been part of something ending before". That's how you know the credits are near.

    Well, they left plenty of room for a sequel.

    "The Last Days of Disco" from Tuna

    The Last Days of Disco (1998) is a homage to a period that, thankfully, died in 1980. When reading my comments, keep in mind that I think of Disco Music and Disco Dancing as oxymorons. The film is about a group of Yuppies who interact in an exclusive Disco run by criminals. All of them are shallow, pretentious, self-serving pseudo-intellectuals who seem to have two agendas with regard to their peers -- have sex with them, or put them down viciously. Not much happens in the film other than insipid conversation about such important things as Lady and the Tramp as an establishment tool to teach women to be subservient to men. Yes, we do get to follow the investigation of the Disco club for tax evasion, and the eventual raid, which shuts the club down a few weeks before the death of Disco would have anyway, but that was hardly enough to sustain 112 minutes. The highlight for me was a touch of irony, when the least obnoxious character lost her virginity at her friend's suggestion, and got herpes and the clap in the process. Every single character was shallow, the boring conversations that are supposedly the highlight of the film could never have happened in a noisy disco.

    I always watch a film and form my own opinions before reading reviews and comments from others. I was amazed when I started looking at comments and reviews to find that most people loved this film. I can understand a certain nostalgia for yuppies who lived the Disco era, but wondered if I had simply missed something about this film. Then I found Scoops review from two years ago, and discovered that he found the film as devoid of merit as I did.

    Nevertheless, I produced 6 images of Jaid Barrymore showing the only exposure in the film. I have not seen 1 and 2 done before. Note that the images on the top are clearly not Jaid, but rather the main actresses in the film. At least they provide a little decoration,


    Jaid Barrymore (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)

    "Strangeland" from Tuna

    Strangeland has a wopping 3.9 user rating at IMDB, with over 25% of those voting giving it a 1. It is basically a tired horror film with a familiar plot. Captain Howdy (Dee Snyder, who also wrote and directed) uses AOL chat to find young people, and invites them to a party. His idea of a party is mutilation, piercing, rape and torture. His personal favorite seems to be sewing mouths shut. When he kidnaps a police detectives daughter, the (typically) stupid cops arrest him, and the trial results in his being found not guilty by reason of insanity. Four years later, he is freed to start another party.

    While I also think it was a pretty bad film, I have to admit that Dee Snyder was believable as the sick and very bent Captain Howdy. A better picture could have been made with the same characters, and a little more acting talent in supporting roles.


    Leslie Wing (1, 2) Xanthe Cook (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)

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