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"Circuitry Man" (1990)

Circuitry Man (1990) is a post-apocalyptic action film. It is the not too distant future, pollution has made the surface unsafe, and society lives underground. The national pastime seems to be killing each other, playing mind games, and some obsession I never understood with computer chips. It is possible to plug into peoples heads, and read their thoughts. There are also two types of androids, one made for charm, and the other for brains. The only one left of the brain variety is known as Plughead, as he has so many connectors embedded in his skull. He serves as the antagonist. Another android, Romeo, and a female body guard serve as the heroes, who try to make a run to New York to sell some computer chips. Evidently, New York is the head of the black market.

The film looks ok, especially for something made on a zero budget by recent film school graduates (the predecessor was actually a film school project at UCLA film school). There were many laughs, mostly unintentional, and no exposure or near exposure. IMDB readers say 4.5/10. The studio somehow made what they thought of as a large profit on this film, and convinced the writer and director to do a sequel. Characters are well developed, and mildly interesting. C-.

"Circuitry Man Two: Plughead Rewired" (1994)

Circuitry Man Two: Plughead Rewired (1994) Robert and Steven Lovey were in Prague making commercials, but not getting laid, when the studio asked them to work on a sequel to Circuitry Man. The made commercials during the day, then wrote at night. The studio kept making deals for locations, and dictating settings for the sequel, only to have the deals fall through, which necessitated a complete rewrite. When they finally finished the deal, what they created went for humor intentionally. Romeo is back, and a female FBI agent (Deborah Shelton), actually an Android made from a memory in Romeo's head, enlists his aid to go after Plughead, who has become the most evil man in the universe.

As a Sci Fi action film, this is at least as bad as the original, but it frequently works as a comedy spoof (there is a vending machine in police headquarters that serves hand grenades, tear gas, donuts and rockets), and it has clear nudity. The first is very quick nipple exposure from a female guard who is forcing herself on a prisoner in a stake truck. The second is a fairly long sex scene between Romeo and Deborah Shelton, where she shows magnificent breasts. She also does justice to a white shirt.

IMDB readers say 3.1/10. There are no real reviews available on line. If you only download one image of Shelton, make it the first one. I will give this a solid C as Sci Fi comedy.

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    "Barbarians at the Gate" (1993)

    Barbarians at the Gate (1993) is an HBO movie based on a real leveraged buyout of RJR Nabisco (R. J. Reynolds), which was the largest such buyout in history. The stock was flat and undervalued due to public unease about anti-tobacco lawsuits, and when the CEO (James Garner) realizes that his smokeless cigarette is not going to be a hit (it tastes like shit, smells like a fart, and you can't draw on it), he decides to buy the company from the shareholders. Turns out he is not the only one with the idea, and the entire film is about the financial maneuvers as various concerns try to acquire this plum.

    Leilani Sarelle plays Garners wife, and shows the side of her right breast getting undressed for bed. There is topless nudity from two fashion models. IMDB readers say 7.5/10, Maltin says "Better than Average," and Berardinelli awards three stars. I agree with Berardinelli. The story was intelligently told, the production values were top notch, and writing was excellent, and the performances were a huge cut above the norm for made-for-cable. Garner gave his best performance in recent memory. IMDB calls it a comedy. While there are certainly many points of humor, and some great lines, it also has strong docu-drama elements. For this reason, I see it as having a lot of crossover appeal. B.

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  • Leilani Ferrer (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8)
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  • Johnny Web (Uncle Scoopy)

    La Gran Vida is a perfectly photographed, reasonably cute little romantic comedy from Spain with Salma Hayek lookin' mighty good. I'd recommend the film completely except the Salma nudity is so damned inexplicit and dark.

    • Salma (1, 2, 3, 4)

    • strippers (1, 2)

    Amores Perros is a dazzling Mexican film that was nominated for best foreign language film last year

    A Knight's Tale is the movie I like to call "Dude, where's my armor". I was prepared to hate this gimmicky movie premise from the depths of my soul, but I couldn't. It doesn't take itself seriously, it looks good, and how can you hate a jousting movie that begins the tilts with "let's get ready to rumble", as delivered by Big Jeff "The Canterbury Kid" Chaucer. Imagine Camelot produced by Vince McMahon, and you'll get the idea. Quite a bit of male nudity, but no naked chicks.

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  • Joan Severance, doing her best Xena impression, and also topless with a hint of posterior exposure as well in scenes from "Black Scorpion".

  • Judith Godrèche, full frontal nudity "The Disenchanted" (1990)

    Be sure to pay Graphic Response a visit at his website.

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    Kate Fisher

    Tara Fitzgerald

    Elle Macpherson

    Pamela Rabe

    Portia de Rossi

    Familiar, but always welcome topless and full frontal nudity from "Sirens".

    Virginie Ledoyen Topless in "The Beach"

    Alex Kingston

    Kate Hardie

    From the movie "Croupier" (1998). Both ladies go topless, plus Alex also has a full frontal nude scene.

    Geno Lechner Topless and full frontal nudity in scenes from "Liebe auf dem ersten Blick".

    Judith Pinnow Side breast exposure from "St. Pauli Nacht".

    Katharina Böhm Nice breast exposure in "Commisario Montalbano".

    Migon Remé Topless plus a far off frontal view in a sex scene from "St. Pauli Nacht" (1999).

    Nicolin Kunz Topless scenes from "Wie kommt das Salz ins Meer?"

    Sylvia Leifheit From "Hallo Onkel Doc!", full dorsal nudity, plus a bit of side breast exposure.

    Y Sa Lo All three B's from "Die dritte Generation" (1979).

    Sonja Jeannine The busty actress going topless in scenes from the 1976 German movie "Das Netz"

    Eva Renzi Clear topless and bare bum views, plus a bit of pubes too. Black and White vidcaps from "Playgirl - Berlin ist eine Sünde wert" (1966).

    Vera Tschechowa Bare breasts and bum from "Das Amulett des Todes" (1975).

    and ...
    Kirsten Dunst
    (1, 2, 3)

    Vidcaps from "Crazy/Beautiful" by C2000. #1 and #2 have Kirsten barely keeping her breasts from falling out of her bikini top. #3 shows her in a tight shirt and shorts smaller then most bikinis.

    Angie Dickinson
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    Nancy Allen
    (1, 2, 3, 4)

    Vidcaps from "Dressed to Kill" by Penman.

    Angie #1 is really Angie, and not her body double in the shower Link #2 shows her bare bum.

    Nancy Allen walks around in black undies, and shows a bit of breast exposure as well.

    Lisa Bonet Bare breasts with extreme nipples, plus some partial rear nudity in scenes from the movie "Bank Robber" (1993).

    Eva Herzigova A fantastic scan by Czechmate. Technically she is wearing a dress, but it's very see-thru, and both nipples are in plain view.

    Julianne Moore Lower frontal nudity from the Robert Altman movie "Short Cuts" (1993). Nice 'caps by nmd.

    Keira Knightley The young UK actress going topless in a scene from "The Hole" (2001). Probably best known from "Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace" in her role as "Handmaiden/Queen's Decoy Sabé".

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  • re: "Blood Simple" review from 09/24

    Hey Scoopy!

    Just a short comment on your Blood Simple review. I thought what they were saying with the new inro is that people take the movie way to seriously. Also, did you listen to any of the commentary? It is done in the style of Spinal Tap and fits the intro. It is very funny in parts but it a bit hard to take all the way through.


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