Rock Video

According to internet buzz, there is a more explicit version of Miley Cyrus in the Wrecking Ball video. She's nekkid in this one, but there's only about one frame where you actually get a good luck at the fun stuff. She is in rather spectacular physical condition.

TV Recap

See Defoe's section for an HD clip of Dorylia Calmel in the season four premiere of Enquetes Reservees

  • * Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe).

  • * White asterisk: expanded format.

  • * Blue asterisk: not mine.

  • No asterisk: it probably sucks.


Catch the deluxe the deluxe version of Other Crap in real time, with all the bells and whistles, here.





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Brainscan's comments:

I captured Eva Amurri's scenes in three separate episodes of season three of Californication.  The two strip club scenes are things of beauty and legend.  Best ever, IMHO.

Today: Episode four




Defoe's picks o' the week:

Dorylia Calmel in "Enquetes_Reservees" (s4e1) in 1080hd

Clara Ponsot in Des Gens Qui s'Embrassent (2013) in 1080p

Lou De Laage, also in Des Gens Qui s'Embrassent

Florence Loiret Caille in Queen of Montreuil (2012)

Margot Pavan in L'Appel (2012)

Marina Deak in Poursuite (2010)



Johnny's comments:

An Australian film of sorts today.

Adore is a romantic drama set for the most part at a small beachside town. The focus is on two women, Roz (Robin Wright) and Lil (Naomi Watts), lifelong friends and neighbours, who both have grown sons and are without partners. Lil is widowed and Roz separated but friendly with Harold (Ben Mendelsohn). After some tempting, Roz begins an affair with Lil's son Ian (Xavier Samuel). When Roz's son Tom (James Frecheville) gets wind of it, he is angry, but decides to go after Lil who eventually reciprocates. Things go well for a while for the two couples, but the two women decide to end the relationships so that the boys can move on, which they do, although Ian is especially unhappy about this as he is very much in love with Roz. Tom moves to the city to take up a dramatic director position and falls for an actress/singer he casts Mary (Jessica Tovey), while Ian reluctantly goes after Hannah (Sophie Lowe). But, there is that lingering sexual tension from the summer that won't seem to go away.

Directed by French director Anne Fontaine (Nathalie..., Coco Avant Chanel), Adore feels very much like a French movie set in Australia and I can't think of a similar Australian movie off the top of my head, although possibly those Bob Ellis movies from the 80s are close (Warm Nights on a Slow Moving Train and the ones he wrote for Paul Cox come to mind). And this is part of the problem. Adore just doesn't feel right, like it's out of place in its surroundings.

The fact that movie jumps significant periods of time without any real change in the setting doesn't sit right either. Surely, people change appearance over a ten year period. It's an interesting attempt at something a little different, as the whole older woman falls for younger man isn't often explored, but as I said, the movie just doesn't feel right and I'm not completely sure why.

The only nudity is a bit of bum from Robin Wright (clip here, collages below):

Below are some collages of those who did not get naked:

Naomi Watts

Jessica Tovey and Sophie Lowe

TV/Film clips

Laurence Hamelin in The Moth Diaries (2011) in 1080p

Lily Cole, also in The Moth Diaries (naked, but not showing anything)

Kira Miro in No lo llames amor llamalo X (2011) in 720p

Sophie Evans and Yoha Galvez, also in No lo llames amor llamalo X'


Miley Cyrus in Paris

Miranda Kerr, more or less topless in public