Video clips: Charlize Theron, Part 1 of ?

Ok, I'm finished with Connelly's career and am moving on to Charlize's.

Start with three of the briefest appearances of her flesh.

  • Sweet November is a movie that had to be pulled after it killed some diabetics. This has to be one of the sappiest films ever.  It has a cute little puppy, a scrooge whose heart is melted by a kooky woman, a sad boy in need of a father figure, eccentric transvestite neighbors, syrupy music, and a courageously dyin' woman. It didn't miss a single chance to tug our heartstrings, or manipulate our emotions. By the time it ended, my heart was warmer than the planet Mercury. (Movie House Review). In theory, it has no nudity, but Charlize's breasts were visible in a couple of downblouses.  (Zipped .wmv)
  • She won an Oscar for Monster, and showed a breast in two different scenes, but it ain't so pretty. (Zipped .wmv) She uglied up and gained a ton of weight to win that statue. She deserved the Oscar, and the movie is not so bad either. It made many top ten lists that year, and Tuna loved it.  I think it's a good movie, just not top ten caliber. (Movie House Review)
  • Cider House Rules was an excellent movie, a nominee for the Best Picture Oscar nominee (Movie House Review). It's not without flaws, but its message goes right to the heart, and its strengths are so impressive that they completely outweigh the weaknesses. Charlize give up some flesh in a brief scene. Her entire body is visible from the rear, then one nipple is visible when Tobe mounts her. (Zipped .wmv)

NOTE: the original screener for this film had a longer version of the scene which has been lost to the ages. In the DVD version, Charlize starts to turn around, then the camera cuts to Tobe's face, then back to Charlize being covered by Tobe's body. In the screener version, the camera stayed on Charlize as she turned around, but moved up so that only her upper body was visible. Here's the collage of the missing footage:





It's August 21st and ... you're on notice


Callers to Canadian airline get phone sex line instead
  • This is an early step in Canada's plan to change ALL its numbers to phone sex lines, since research shows nobody wants to call any Canadians. Preliminary studies estimate that the revenues should allow Canada to eliminate taxes entirely.

Seven Warning Signs of Bogus Science


First look at: The DirecTV Plus HD-DVR

Weekend Box Office Results for August 18-20
  • Ouch. Turkeys on a Plane is more like it. Dragged down by the colossal failure of the reptilians, the box office dropped about 20% from last weekend, and was 9% below last year - following a streak in which 11 of the past 12 weekends have beaten last year. Ouch.
  • The Snakes finished with about half of their anticipated revenues.
  • To be fair, nobody really knew how to predict Snakes because it has no real comps. HOWEVER, the predictions were perfectly sensible. The box office needed to be about $15 million higher to retain its the 6% edge over last year from the previous week. All the other films were right about on target, but Snakes was short almost exactly the missing $15 million!
  • All that worked out great for ol' Ricky Bobby, who took the checkered flag for a third straight week!


'The Simpsons' claimed U.S. television's highest honor for a prime-time cartoon on Saturday as Emmy voters shied away from giving the prize to 'South Park' for an episode lampooning Scientology and Tom Cruise.

Here is Mylene Farmer's very naughty 11-minute music video / short film, Libertine (1986)


Twilight Zone 116 - The Hitch-Hiker
  • Alone on a cross-country trip, a woman (Inger Stevens) continually sees the same hitch-hiker everywhere she looks.
  • This is especially cool because it is a very early one. It has the original introduction, and Serling had not yet perfected his narration


Hollywoody attends the preview for Motherfuckin' Snakes on a Motherfuckin' Plane
  • Woody is actually pretty funny in this. He gets Samuel L to say something like "Those gosh-darn snakes on a doggone plane"

The R-rated trailer for the latest modern-day interpretation of Macbeth (It's rated R because the witches are naked.)

The trailer for Gone
  • A contemporary psychological thriller in which a young British couple traveling through the Australian outback become involved with a mysterious and charismatic American whose motive for imposing his friendship upon them becomes increasingly suspect and sinister.

The trailer for Aurora Borealis, a drama with Joshua Jackson, Donald Sutherland, Juliette Lewis, Louise Fletcher ...

JonBenet Suspect Says He Also Killed Amelia Earhart ... Claims Aviator's Death Was 'Accident'

Can you smell the new "priceless" for parody writers? My life, my card ... Kevin Federline

You know you might be a redneck if you enter this contest: "CMT will award $50,000 to the mother of the first baby born in America during the premiere of Jeff Foxworthy's new sketch comedy series"

Boys flocking to be 'ducks' for China's bored housewives, especially the famous Peking Ducks

Nostradamus predicted Spain as the winner of World Cup 2006
  • Nostradamus died poor. His bookie did not.

Amazing .. so much effort for something so impermanent ... Scott Wade's Dirty Car Art Gallery

Baby Cyclops born in India, may be capable of living to adulthood.



Movie Reviews:

Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe). White asterisk: expanded format. Blue asterisk: not mine. No asterisk: it probably sucks.


Tanya (1976)

Tanya is the story of a newspaper heiress and college student who is abducted from her room at Berkeley by a group calling themselves the SLA. They demand that her rich daddy feed the poor in exchange for her release. She, however, decides to join her captors as a revolutionary. I know the story sounds vaguely familiar to you, but the film makers assure us that it is a work of pure fiction, and that any relationship to anyone living or dead is just a coincidence. Lest you doubt this, the group is the Symphonic Liberation Army, which consist of leader Cinque (B. B. Hinds), rock drummer Harold, Pat Nixon (Suzi Adams), Priscilla (Sasha Gibson) and Penny (Tallie Cochrane). Maria Aronoff plays the kidnapped heiress, who changes her name to Tanya.  It is of some interest that nobody used their real stage name in the credits. The photography, for instance, was done by Otto Focus. It would not have been unreasonable for people involved to fear legal action from the Hearsts, despite the implausible disclaimer.

Frankly, this is couples drive-in sleaze, where our heroine becomes sexually aggressive and more than a match for the men, thus pleasing the women in the audience.  Mase in 1976, it was produced during the last gasp of the drive-in's death throes. Although it was made on a miniscule budget and features a weak plot, it does deliver copious nudity, and sex that might not all be simulated, so it certainly meets the minimum titillation requirement for the drive-in softcore genre. Of course, it has no crossover appeal to those uninterested in the drive-in fare of the 60s and 70s, and is therefore barely squeaks a C- on our scale.

IMDb readers say 4.6 based on 10 votes.

All of the women show everything in sex scenes, which are nearly non-stop. Maria Aronoff does nearly everyone else, except Suzi Adams. She even fellates a cop to death. We have seen Maria many times, including Flesh Gordon, Fantasm, Wham Bam Thank You Spaceman, the Toy Box and A Touch of Sweden.



Maria Aronoff
Tallie Cochrane
 Sasha Gibson
 Suzi Adams




'Caps and comments by The Gimp:

When Nextdoor Nikki stripped for Springer a couple of weeks ago I remembered that another teen web model did the Full Monty, plus some, in one adult movie.  She calls herself Sexy Teen Sandy on her website.  Sandra Larosa was the name she used in Who's That Girl? 

The first part is in yesterday's edition. Here's the second part of the caps from Sandra Larosa in Who's That Girl?  They put the hard in hardcore.






Pics of Amy Lindsay from the series "Sex Games Cancun."






Sylvia Kristel in Frank en Eva. This film was made in 1973, the year that Kristel made her film nudity debut.