Tranquility Base, the Scoopy has landed. However, the road is long, so I'll be filling in for Sr just one more day.


* Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe).

* White asterisk: expanded format.

* Blue asterisk: not mine.

No asterisk: it probably sucks.


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Sorted (2000) stars Matthew Rhys who has come to the city to take care of his brother's effects and acquaint himself with the circumstances surrounding his untimely death. He meets his brother's girlfriend and discovers that his attorney brother was heavily into the rave scene and recreational use of drugs. He finds himself drawn into the rave scene, and begins to suspect foul play. In a less than brilliant move, he decides to sample drugs as well, which almost leads to his undoing. There are bad men aplenty, and more than enough colorful characters to populate the film.

He ends up in bed with Fay Masterson (Eyes Wide Shut). She shows breasts. Her credits in TV and film list 58 projects dating back to when she was 14.

IMDb readers say 5.4. Scoopy trashed the film, then awarded a C. I found the villain irritating, and was put off by many scenes at raves with painful music and trick lighting, but would agree that it is watchable, as long as you can stand the music. Note that, since Scoopy's review, it has become available at Amazon on Region 1 DVD.

Fay Masterson


Sacrifice (2000) is an HBO movie staring Michael Madsen as a career criminal recently arrested for bank robbery, whose daughter is killed by a serial killer. He escapes, and decides to do what the police have been unable to. He makes use of underworld contacts, a hooker with a heart of gold, crooked cops, and anything else he can find. He finds a common trait in all the victims, which leads him to the killer.

We have nudity from Leslie Harter Zemeckis, Jamie Luner and Michelle White.

IMDb readers say 4.4. I found the ending predictable, but enjoyed it anyway. This is not great cinema, but is certainly watchable.

Jamie Luner

Leslie Harter Zemeckis

Michelle White


The Time Machine goes all the way back to 1972 for "The Nightcomers".

Stephanie Beacham gets fondled, becomes a "Babe in Bondage" and then has sex with one lucky dude. Oh by the way the dude is none other than Marlon Brando. Luscious breasts from Stephanie in these caps and three clips


Stephanie Beacham

Stephanie Beacham vids

Notes and collages

Beverly D'Angelo going topless in a few scenes from the 1983 comedy classic, "National Lampoon's Vacation"

Amazingly, no nudity, in Woody Allen's Scoop (2006) but Scarlett Johansson displays her 'girls' in a wet swim suit.

Scarlett Johansson

Charro! (1969) stars Elvis Presley, in a non-singing role - not that it made any difference. No real nudity but Ina Balin looks lovely in some see-through clothes.

Ina Balin

"Splendor in the Grass"
Another '60s movie is Splendor in the Grass (1961). Natalie Wood is in the bath. You can use your imagination and you might be able see a nipple. Barbara Loden runs around wearing very little.

Natalie Wood Barbara Loden

"The Man with Two Brains"
Some lovely nudity in The Man with Two Brains (1983). Kathleen Turner was in her prime, although the completely bare breast could be a double. However, Randi Brooks' breasts are definitely hers.

Kathleen Turner

Randi Brooks

"A Knight's Tale"
No nudity in A Knight's Tale (2001), just some cleavage by Shannyn Sossamon.

Shannyn Sossamon

"Get Over It"
The nudity in Get Over It (2001) is limited. Kylie Bax's body double is topless and an unidentified girl has her top ripped off. The rest of the ladies show pokies, bikinis or their underwear: Mila Kunis, Kirsten Dunst, Carmen Electra and Melissa Sagemiller.

Carmen Electra Kirsten Dunst

Kylie Bax Mila Kunis

Melissa Sagemiller Assorted babes



Actress and former CNN desk jockey Andrea Thompson delivering a 'triple B' performance in scenes from "A Gun, a Car, a Blonde" (1997).

5 clips of Andrea Thompson


Brit singer Lily Allen recently gave the paparazzi an excellent nip slip.


This section will present film clips to accompany Charlie's collages (which are found in his own site).

Today's star is Anne Coesens from "Cages" (2006)