Evil Bong 2


I'm not really convinced that Evil Bong needed a sequel, but I didn't get to vote, and here it is. The first one at least had the guilty pleasure of a funny appearance by Tommy Chong, man, and was rated 3.9 at IMDb, which is not altogether awful. This second one (no score yet at IMDb) has just about nothing going for it, and makes the first one seem like a comedy classic. The humor in Evil Bong 2, such as it is, is geared to fifth graders who might be watching it at recess. No review is necessary, because the film clip is so long that you'll see the precise tone and quality of the film. There's no nudity in the first 51 minutes of this film, then there's about 18 minutes of virtually non-stop nudity, then it's almost time for the closing credits. The clips would have been choppy without the non-nude parts, so I just let it roll.

The women in this 18 minute clip are:

  • Ariel X

  • August

  • Emiliana

  • Kay

  • Kyle Stone

Whoever they are.


  • * Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe).

  • * White asterisk: expanded format.

  • * Blue asterisk: not mine.

  • No asterisk: it probably sucks.


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Many Monica Bellucci film clips (frame captures below)







A mixed bag today.


American High School


Today we feature the hooters of Nicki Ziering in "American High School." Nicki plays a horny art teacher who lets it all hang out for her students. Caps and 4 clips, the last clip is a deleted scene. I think I am going back to school.



TV Land

Over in TV Land a very quick sports report from leggy ESPN reporter Hannah Storm. Caps and a HD clip.










Notes and collages

Two and a Half Nen

episode: It Never Rains in Hooterville

April Bowlby

Part 3 of 3









The Edge of Love


At the end of the day, this biography/drama/romance is a chick flick, but it does have some pretty neat vintage war footage, and the story is interesting, although the main character, a poet, is very talky throughout. The story chronicles the life of poet Dylan Thomas and the two women who were prominent in his life.

Opening in London in the beginning of WW II, Thomas runs into Vera Phillips (Keira Knightley), who was his teenage lover 10 years prior. She's a singer in underground bomb shelters, while he is writing scripts for propaganda films. The spark once again ignites, but is now complicated by the fact that he is (supposed happily) married to Caitlin (Sienna Miller), who has been home in Wales but shows up just in time to complicate everything.

The women are rivals for Dylan's attention, but strangely are drawn together as friends, and the friendship becomes very strong. When Vera marries a soldier who is called off to war, they take her home to Wales to await his return. When he does return, he brings the horrors of war with him, and things eventually take a very ugly turn.

Although it has its slow moments, the movie also has an interesting story and interesting characters to populate it. Most, women especially, will probably like it. The caps are from the Blu-ray Version


Sienna Miller Keira Knightley






Young Lions

Aussie TV Series


Jenni Frost clip. Sample below.

Maya Stange clip









Emma Watson wardrobe malfunctions.

Miranda Kerr's bum

More of Dawn Porter topless on her show


Film Clips