Richard Attenborough's 1992
film, Chaplin, has much going for it. The
production value is up to his usual standards,
and the cast includes Robert Downey Jr. who gives
a flawless performance as Chaplin, and Moira
Kelly, Anthony Hopkins, Dan Aykroyd, Marisa
Tomei, Kevin Kline, Milla Jovovich and Diane
Lane. Kelly, Jovovich and Lane showed breasts and
more. The problem with this film is that even at
144 minutes, there was simply too much in the 78
year lifetime of the little tramp to cover well
in one film. Most of the characters are hardly
developed, and even Chaplin himself is not as
fully explored as I would have liked. Watching
the film is sort of like thumbing through a
history book and looking at some of the photos. I
will say that the ending, where Chaplin is given
a lifetime achievement Oscar was very well done.
Still, the performance by Downey and the exposure
are enough reason to watch this.
Diane Lane (1,
Milla Jovovich (1,
Moira Kelly (1,
Misery Brothers" (1995)
The Misery Brothers calls itself a comedy in
the tradition of Airplane or Spy Hard.
Unfortunately, most of the jokes are toilette
humor, and the acting is almost non-existent or
way over the top. The two exceptions are Pat
Morita as Judge Ben E. Hana, and Debbe Dunning
(the tool girl on Home Improvement). It wasn't
that Morita's part was written any better than
the rest of the film. Morita is just naturally
funny. Dunning played a defense attorney/flirt to
a t. Although she didn't quite show nipples, she
teased wonderfully, and even showed a great
This movie spoofs The Godfather, The Blues
Brothers, the OJ trial, A Few Good men, and
dozens more. The story is of two brothers who
were hidden from their father at birth. The first
time he sees them, he dies of a heart attack.
They are to inherit his 100 Million, provided
they try to get married, and stay out of jail for
a year. When they are framed for a double murder
by the minister who gets the money if they don't,
they end up in court with Dunning as their
attorney. For you aficionados of fart jokes, this
is a gold mine. The color saturation was
Debbe Dunning (1,
Rubin. Topless vidcap collage from
"Stranger By Night".
|Comments By Oz:
Welcome to Woop Woop is the story of Johnathon
Schaech who starts the movie as a New York con
man. A small episode at the beginning of the film
with the mob sees him leave New York for his
health. He decides to get away as far as possible
- to Central Australia.
He is driving a Combi
van and picks up Susie Porter who is hitchhiking.
Her real motive is, however, to pick up a
husband. One thing leads to another and Johnathan
ends up married to Susie in Woop Woop. Woop Woop
is an Australian expression and means a place in
the middle of nowhere. That's where the 'happily'
married couple end up. Overall, I found it an
||A dark topless shot of Lia in
"Shot Through the Heart". It's a film
showing the stupidity of the conflict in the
Balkans, and makes me glad I live a long way
|Paulina stars in a Spanish film
title "Portrait of a Woman with a Man in the
Background" or Retrato de Mujer con hombre
al Fendo. It can probably be described as a film
about relationships and, like, many Spanish
films, has plenty of gratuitous nudity.
||Nothing cutting edge here, but
there is no denying that Zon's pretty darn good
at this celebrity tribute collage thing. This one
highlights Isabella in all of her naked glory
from "Blue Velvet".
|Vidcaps from "Blaze Starr
Goes Nudist" (1960). And yes, she does. very
much so. Pretty wild stuff for 40 years ago!
|WhyScan's Page Three
|If Page Three is unfamiliar to
link describes the Page Three tradition.
|Today's Page 3 girl....is Jo from
August 23, 1999. (1, 2, 3, 4)
Tracy Shaw from the News Of The World. (1,
(1, 2, 3)
|A very hot young starlet running
around in her undies! Vidcaps from the movie
This movie actually surprised, and delighted me!
Granted it's not exactly "Citizen
Kane", but it was quite entertaining. It's
basically a comedy-horror movie, with a typical
ridiculous storyline...A teenager is so lazy his
hand becomes possessed by evil, begins to act on
it's own and starts killing everybody and
everything...idle hands=Devil's playground, that
kind of thing. But what makes this movie stand
out are two things...
The great comic relief, especially from
Seth Green and Elden Ratliff as the pot
smoking best friends to Devon Sawa's lead
character. These two are your typical
gen-X teens who can't be bothered with
trivial things...like death. One of the
best lines in the movie is when they
first appear as walking undead. Our hero
asks what happened and they reply by
telling how they were "staring down
this big tunnel of white light", but
decided "We were like, forget that,
man, it's too far."
also stands out with a lot of drug
humor...bongs made from mufflers in auto
shop, getting the hand baked, etc. And of
course, the purposely anti-climactic
The other highlight of this film
surprisingly is Devon Sawa. Before this
movie I had always tossed him into the
"Tiger Beat"-pretty boy
category. Just a face to be found
plastered all over the walls of a 12 year
old girl's room. But this kid
demonstrated an uncanny ability for
physical comedy in this movie. Forget Jim
Carey or Jerry Lewis..they're clowns who
make funny faces and fall down a lot.
However, Sawa's ability to make me
believe (within the context of the film
of course) that his hand was a separate
character, and was acting outside of
Sawa'a control was outstanding! Highly
recommended for meaningless entertainment
|Vidcaps from the movie
"Goodbye Lover", by Peanuts. Cleavage,
upskirts, and some 'inviting' poses.
||Cleavage, cleavage, and more cleavage from
"Coyote Ugly", by FR.
||Topless paparazzi pic, once again by PicCap.
|The Funnies by Number 6
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