• * Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe).

  • * White asterisk: expanded format.

  • * Blue asterisk: not mine.

  • No asterisk: it probably sucks.


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"The Americans"


today: season two, episode six

Keri Russell

Bond, James Bond

Tuesday, 15 August this year was the fiftieth anniversary of the death of Ian Fleming. This week, I’m finishing the homage to James Bond, from Timothy Dalton to the present day.

Tomorrow Never Dies

Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) was close to the worse Bond film, as far as I am concerned.

And the worst for women, with Teri Hatcher the only stand out.

Other women in the film were:

Cecilie Thomsen

Daphne Deckers

Michelle Yeoh

Several in the credits

The World Is Not Enough

Denise Richards

and the beautiful Sophie Marceau

were the standouts in The World Is Not Enough (1999). Other women were:

Maria Grazia Cucinotta

Nina Muschallik - Daisy Beaumont

Serena Scott Thomas

Several not identified
(Interestingly, Bond has Xray glasses that can see-through outer garments but are stopped by underwear)

and the credits

Zero Theorem


Johnny's comments:

The Zero Theorem is a comedy about Qohen Leth (Christoph Waltz) who is a computer programmer who hates his job and his whole miserable existence mainly because he doesn't know what his purpose in life is. One day his boss Joby (David Thewlis) calls him into work and invites him to a party. At the party, he is summoned to meet Management (Matt Damon) who gives him the task of solving the impossible Zero Theorem and that he can do it from his home, a rundown converted church. As this problem is near impossible and it could make him go mad, Management sends him Bainsley (Mélanie Thierry), to relieve his stresses and his own son Bob (Lucas Hedges) who helps him keep his equipment running smoothly, while a computer doctor Dr. Shrink-Rom (Tilda Swinton) diagnoses him with numerous conditions. But, when Qohen discovers that Bainsley is actually prostitute/webcam model and that Bob is dying from a chronic disease, he finds that his whole life may indeed be meaningless and that he's just another cog in the wheel for Management to manipulate.

From Terry Gilliam, who of late has been more miss than hit, The Zero Theorem is another frustrating wacky movie to add to the collection. As usual, everyone acts wacky with Qohen always speaking obnoxiously in first person plural and Bob calling everyone Bob and Tilda Swinton being well... Tilda Swinton and that before a mostly incomprehensible plot about whatever Qohen is doing. If you're a Gilliam fan, you'll probably like it, otherwise, probably don't bother.)

Melanie Thierry film clips (collages below)

TV and Film Clips

Jelena Rakocevic in Nymph (2014) in 720p

Olivia Wilde in Third Person (2013) in 720p

Adriana Russo and Alessandra Canale in Pierino il fichissimo (1981)




Rihanna has a white ass?

Ashley Tisdale nip-slip