Tuna wrote on Wednesday:
"They are still trying to adjust my medication. My heart rate is stable, and
the trick is to reduce medications to get rid of my dizziness and fatigue
without having the heart rate climb. I will be on disability for some or all of
August, and they are contemplating a cardio-covert, and angiogram, a sleep
study, and who knows what else. I asked him outright if this was as good as it
gets. He said it was possible, but he hoped not."
If you'd like to get in touch with him, his email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
|Johnny Web (Uncle Scoopy)
Wedding Crashers (2005)
Already wrote about it at length. Probably excessive length.
Warm Summer Rain (1989)
How long ago did DVD start to propagate through popular consumer electronics?
close to ten years now. That's how long we've been waiting for this mofo. There are
no special features (as if we care), but the MGM team did a nice job on the
transfer, and included both a widescreen and a full-frame full screen version,
which is exactly the combination we want. MGM has made that their standard procedure, and
I hope to hell they keep doin' it that way!
It is a high water mark for nudity in Kelly Lynch's career. (And, geez, did she
spend some time in the gym getting her shape toned up for this mother! She looks
mahvelous.) It also represents a standard of nudity for mainstream American
performers that we may never see again. Look at the collages, you'll see what I
mean. There is very little of Kelly Lynch or Barry Tubb left unexposed.
The nudity, in a word, is terrific!
As for the movie - that is a more complicated issue.
Read the complete review
'Caps and comments by Hankster:
Today we took the Time Machine back to 1994 for a look at remake of the 1972 Steve McQueen movie. This an action-adventure flick stars Kim Basinger and Alec Baldwin playing a modern day Bonnie & Clyde.
We also have a couple of quick shots with Jennifer Tilly
showing some far off boobage and panty peeks.
"The Business of Strangers"
On the way back home we made a quick stop in 2001. There's no nudity here, but Julia Stiles some leg and cleavage and Stockard Channing also shows a little leg..
|The one and only Amber Smith baring breasts and a bit of pubes as she gets it on in couple of scenes from an episode of "Red Shoe Diaries".
|Diane Lane looking very lovely while topless (and delivering an Oscar nominated performance) in scenes from "Unfaithful".
|"Free Enterprise" babe Audie England going topless and showing a bit of bush in scenes from another episode of the softcore series "Red Shoe Diaries"
|Sherilyn Fenn looking fantastic in this topless scene from 1993's "Boxing Helena"
|Halle Berry stuffed into tight leather and showing a lot of cleavage!
There is nothing wrong with that! The only downside was that the Ghost had to sit through "Catwoman".
|Skinemax babe Flower Edwards bares breasts and pubes as she gets it on with a couple of different dudes in a variety of scenes from "Deviant Desires" (2002).
'Caps and comments by Dann:
Don't mistake this 2004 Sci-Fi/Horror film for Cujo, because it's different, and in some ways better. If anything, think canine Terminator.
In 2018, people's movements are drastically restricted, and enforcement is left to a group called Zone Control. Running this happy group is a nasty little man with a Rottweiler that has been restored after being severely beaten as a pup. As a result, the dog is now half robot, and really mean.
When a young couple are caught in the wrong zone without papers, the girl buys their freedom by having sex with the Zone Control director. Afterwards, he goes back on his word, and the young man is imprisoned. He is savagely beaten, and can't remember what happened to the girl.
When he escapes, he immediately starts to search for the girl, but he has a problem.....Zone Control is chasing him, and the chase is being lead by the robotic Rottweiler.
Interesting and well done Sci-Fi has some nice little twists at the end, which overcomes some unavoidable predictability.
'Caps and comments by Striplight:
I recently got hold of a copy of some of the short films in the Serie Galante set. Here are a few quick 'caps to kick things off (I have copies of the first 14 films, so more to follow...)
First up we have Clara Bellar
in "Night Angels". She breaks into a clothes store to get out of the snow. She tries some stuff on, of course, as you do. She's lovely, been in some mainstream stuff since I think.
Then there's Louka Morand
in "Fly Lady Fly" She chases after a frankly bogus looking butterfly. She loses her clothes as she does so.
Bringing up the rear is Maeva Lefebvre
. A piano tuner going about his job notices that a painting of the lady of the house appears to be alive. And that in the picture she's taking her clothes off. Fantastic stuff of course, but you wouldn’t want that to happen with a painting of your Gran now would you...
Here are the latest movie reviews available at scoopy.com.
- The yellow asterisks indicate that I wrote the
review, and am deluded into thinking it includes humor.
- If there is a white asterisk, it means that
there isn't any significant humor, but I inexplicably determined
there might be something else of interest.
- A blue asterisk indicates the review is written
by Tuna (or Junior or Brainscan, or somebody else besides me)
- If there is no asterisk, I wrote it, but am too
ashamed to admit it.
New releases bomb. Wonka and The Wedding Crashers
- It was a very weak Friday, with the Top 12
pulling in only $40 million, down substantially
from last week's $50 million.
- The best success story of the weekend so far is
Wedding Crashers, which took in 7.6 million on
Friday - 19% of the Top 12's total - that's only a
hair less than the 21% it took in last Friday.
- The four new releases took in only 14 million
- The Island took in less per screen than the
An art gallery director claims she was fired because
she talked to The Daily Show.
Spoof of Bush administration wins the Faux Faulkner
Contest. Likening President Bush to the 'idiot'
in 'The Sound and the Fury' was the trick to winning
this year's Faulkner write-alike contest. In a
they also choose a Faux-Hemingway winner.
Love-struck Kenyan offers Bill Clinton 20 head of
cattle and 40 goats for the hand of his daughter in
marriage. That is a hell of an offer. Twenty cows
is enough to feed Kenya. Make me the same offer, and
you can have my daughter, a toaster oven (never
used), and my extra copy of "Not Another Teen Movie."
(Sorry, dude. No Kiswahili subtitles.)
British Columbian raps 'Canterbury Tales'. Oh,
that Chaucer was one BA-A-A-D ass hip-hoppin' varlet,
Arab-American Wrestler Taken Off Show
Lance clinches #7
"CINEMASSHOLES #4: THE OLD LADY IN TITANIC "
URL says it all:
The Petersen Automotive Museum in downtown Los
Angeles has a display on the history of children's
pedal cars. This page was created by an
independent webmaster from pictures he took at the
museum and some others from his own collection.
Special thanks for all the work he put into this
Hurry! You still have time.
"The third annual Paul Reubens Day will be held on
Saturday July 23rd, 2005 in San Francisco,
B-Movies, Swap Meet, Parade Highlight Utah Film Fest
- "The Bicknell International Film Festival
screens B-movies, those campy films that can be so
bad they're good."
21st century cave life
Latino Review has a stills gallery for David
Cronenberg's A History of Violence
Dark Horizons Exclusive: "Superman Returns" Final
"A German lifestyle magazine has come under fire
after it gave readers the chance to go to brothels
Here's an Aeon Flux clip called Jail Break.
- Based on the MTV animated series created by
Peter Chung, "Aeon Flux" is set 400 years in the
future, when disease has wiped out the majority of
the earth's population except for one walled,
protected city-state, Bregna, ruled by a congress
of scientists. The story centers on Aeon Flux
(Charlize Theron), the top operative in the
underground 'Monican' rebellion - led by The
Handler (Frances McDormand). When Aeon is sent on a
mission to kill a government leader, she uncovers a
world of secrets.
The trailer for The Constant Gardener
- "Based on the best-selling John le Carre novel
and from the Academy Award-nominated director of
'City of God.' In a remote area of Northern Kenya,
activist Tessa Quayle (Rachel Weisz) is found
brutally murdered. Tessa's companion, a doctor,
appears to have fled the scene, and the evidence
points to a crime of passion. Members of the
British High Commission in Nairobi assume that
Tessa's widower, their mild-mannered and
unambitious colleague Justin Quayle (Ralph
Fiennes), will leave the matter to them. They could
not be more wrong."
The trailer for Rumor Has It: "The film is about
a young woman (Jen Aniston) who puts her marriage
plans on the shelf so she can return home to Pasadena
and unravel family secrets. She has discovered that
the 1967 film 'The Graduate' was probably based on
her family, her grandmother (Shirley MacLaine) was
Mrs. Robinson and she doesn't know her real father."
Other Crap archives. May also include newer material than the links above, since it's sorta in real time.
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