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Ambyr Reyes


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Lucy Walters



Entourage is an HBO TV series based on the acting career of Vince Chase, who suddenly becomes famous. It is the story of Vince and the interaction between him and his entourage of friends and business acquaintances. It was an interesting show, although it could put you off a show-business career. From a FH point of view, there is plenty of nakedness and sexy women. These caps are from Season 2 and were made in 2005.

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Holly Valance

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Jaime Pressly

Monica Keena

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Episode 3 Aquamansion

Holly Madison - Bridget Marquardt - Kendra Wilkinson

Miki Black

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Edge of Fear


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Edge Of Fear is a thriller where husband-and-wife doctors Patrick and Laura (Shen Lin and Zhu Zhu) save the life of an American man, Mike (Rockmond Dunbar), in Shanghai. He invites them to his cabin in America to show his gratitude. Meanwhile, a gang lead by Jack (Robert Patrick) perform a clinically brutal extraction of a criminal, Victor (Robert Knepper), who is being transported to jail. In the crossfire, a guard disabled their vehicle leaving them in the middle of nowhere with no phone reception, so they walk to the nearest sign of humanity, which just happens to be the cabin where Mike and the doctors are staying. There, they are able to make contact with someone who can help, but things become tense between the two groups, eventually leading to violence, leaving Mike dead and Patrick left for dead with a knife in the chest. Patrick has one advantage over his and his wife's captors - they think he is dead - so Patrick works his way through the gang. But is it enough to save his wife and himself?

Not a bad little thriller that has a small but interesting twist on the home invasion genre. It's good to see an Asian lead that uses his smarts instead of martial arts to subdue his captors. It's not without some silliness and Robert Knepper's character is a strange brew that seems out-of-sync with the rest of the gang, but Edge Of Fear is still a pretty solid thriller.

Plus it has the nude debut of Jodi Lyn O'Keefe and as a fan of her bitchy roles of the late 90s/early 2000s, this is most welcome. Debatable that there could be some digital trickery, I'm not convinced one way or another and I'm willing to believe. Also, it's a bit of a Prison Break reunion because (1) four of the actors are regulars in that series; and (2) the plot is about breaking out a prisoner. Actually surprised Dominic Purcell doesn't turn up as this is the type of movie he usually turns up in.

Jodi Lyn O'Keefe film clip (collage below)

Laura Bilgeri in The Recall (2017) in 1080hd

Liron Ben-Shlush and Dana Ivgy in Next To Her (2014) in 720p


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Tiffany Shepis in Abominable (2006) in 1080hd

Renee Soutendijk, Marianne Boyer and Saskia Ten Batenburg in Spetters (1980) in 1080hd

Is there any kind of movie Paul Verhoeven hasn't made? I guess you can't accuse him of getting in a rut: S/F, war, hippie romance, comedy, crime thriller, and whatever Showgirls is.

If you aren't familiar with him, he was a wunderkind in the Dutch film world, an internationally recognized genius whose early promise almost assured him a spot alongside Bergman, Tarkovsky, Welles, and Kurosawa as a member of the cinema pantheon.

It didn't work out that way. He went to Hollywood and made commercial films instead, some of them quite good Hollywood-style movies (Total Recall, RoboCop, Starship Troopers, Basic Instinct), one mediocre (Hollow Man) and one legendary for being both great fun and total crap (Showgirls). Many people claim that Verhoeven sold his soul to Hollywood Satan, or at the very least prostituted his great talent for fame and fortune. I think he had the right to choose the stage upon which he wished to perform, and I like some of his Hollywood films. They are technically slick, and at their best they blend action, eroticism, and humor very effectively. I do think, however, about what might have been if his career had developed on its original path.

SIDEBAR:  He did return to the Netherlands after I wrote those words and made a movie that was both slick and meaningful (Black Book). He continues to create films to this day, although he is now 80.

Although Verhoeven gads from genre to genre, certain things run through his films fairly consistently. He tells all of his stories with underplayed satire and humor, and he often features frank sex and nudity. While he had to compromise somewhat for Hollywood, he managed to slip as much past the censors as anybody ever has. Basic Instinct and Showgirls are pioneers, after a fashion. Of course, even Verhoeven couldn't manage to portray in Hollywood films some of the events he portrayed in Spetters. Imagine three young Hollywood stars having a penis measuring contest where we actually see all the details, soft and semi-erect. Not likely? That scene is in Spetters, along with a graphic homosexual rape scene, and various other appearances of penises.

Spetters is, more or less, his contemporary sports movie. Don't expect it to follow the standard Hollywood sports movie clichés, however. For example, don't look for the underdog to triumph in the big match. Verhoeven disdains that kind of unrealistic sentimentalism. His movies stay on the cynical side of objectivity. If anything, you can look for the promising newcomer to get injured for life, and for his hopeful friend to find out that, despite all his dreams, he sucks.



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