A quick note on tomorrow's (Tuesday's) page. It's going to be late, and I
can't predict how late. First of all, all of my sites will be out of
commission for about three hours in the early morning, between 2 and 5 Central
Time. Very few people visit then, but if you do, don't panic. I'm moving the
servers. Physically. It will take time to get them to the new location and get
them up and running again. This also means that I won't be able to load files
when I usually do, so the actual publication time may be quite a bit into the
late morning or early afternoon. And that's assuming everything goes OK with
the move. If there are problems, it could be still later.
Point is: don't worry, it's planned, everything will soon be normal, these
are not the droids you seek.
Let's get to it, because this is an enormous page. Maybe more than you have
time to watch! I think it is the
largest ever in terms of download size, and I had to bump even more into the
You can't hold HBO down. They end one season full of nudity; they rev up
another. This time they're trying to get back in the Emmy race for dramatic
programming, and they went all-out in that pursuit, as they are wont to do.
They commissioned a Prohibition gangster show from the creator of the
Sopranos, and they hired Martin Fucking Scorsese to run the thing. I'm not
sure how many of these episodes he will direct personally, but he directed the
premiere. And he brought in the great Steve Buscemi to star.
So you can see they have a little money and talent behind this project.
To make it all even sweeter, last night's premiere has full-frontal nudity
from two women!
First it is Paz
de la Huerta (HD vid by Zorg, samples below)
and then an
unidentified corpse (HD vid by Deep at Sea, samples below)
Get Him to the Greek
Funny movie with a lot of heart, as you might expect from producer Judd
Apatow. It features yeoman work from Jonah Hill, and a brilliant comic turn
from Russell Brand as the superficial, burnt-out rock star with a real person
buried somewhere deep inside. It's tough to upstage those two hams, but that
Puffy Diddy Combs dude is absolutely hilarious and steals every scene he's in.
I enjoyed this comedy as much as any I saw in the past year.
One disappointment. There are some tittays, but not as many as you might expect from the
unrated version of a film with this
premise, and they are all anonymous.
Here's the compilation