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"Was Zein Ik" (1971)

Was Zein Ik (1971) is Paul Verhoeven's first commercial feature film. He made a full-length romanticized Marine history for the Netherlands Marines while in the service, and had a TV series under his belt, when Rob Houwer approached him about directing for him. He wanted to do Turkish Delight, but Houwer thought it way too risky a project, and convinced him to do Was Zein Ik. If successful, Houwer promised him Turkish Delight. Verhoeven agreed, but had a few challenges. The film was to based on a well-known book about the red light district in Amsterdam, but one that was about the gay side of the district.

Verhoeven developed a story about hookers and their funnier tricks that did have some honest elements about the life (such as mean pimps), but was mostly a lighthearted comedy. He centered the story around Blonde Greet (played by Ronnie Bierman), and her associate who lived up-stairs. Bierman shows breasts several times, and an unidentified hooker shows breasts in a scene where Ronnie gets into a cat fight with her and sprays her with champaign. One consistent element in Verhoeven films is lots of well-lit nudity, and this is no exception. While it does not have the edge and shock content of his later films, I found it an enjoyable watch. There are not enough votes at IMDB to worry about, and no other reviews on the net. The DVD has an interesting biography of Verhoeven, and a feature length commentary by him as well. Verhoeven fans need to see this, and foreign comedy fans who don't mind subtitles will also enjoy it. C.

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  • Ronnie Bierman (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16)
  • Stripper (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)

  • Johnny Web (Uncle Scoopy)

    If you're like me, you sit around pissing and moaning about how hard today's movies suck. And the worst thing about them? You can watch 1000 movies per year, like Tuna or me, and still never get one decent look at Rip Torn's asshole, or someone jerking off a horse. Thank God, Tom Green has filled that gap. Freddy Got Fingered is the latest from the MTV sicko. No stars from Ebert, no stars from Berardinelli. Details in the lengthy review. No female nudity, although if you really get a major stiffy for Rip Torn, this movie will be your dream date.

    I was just thinking the other day, "what would make a perfect movie for me?" The answer, of course, was Rip Torn's asshole, as it would have been for any of you. But after getting past that obvious choice, my second preference would be for a movie that combines The House of Wax and Wagnerian opera, with Eric Roberts as a talking mute. At last, my dream has come true, with Frozen in Fear

    • Catherine Oxenberg (1, 2)

    Bride of Re-Animator ... the campy sequel to the cult classic. Lots of extras on the DVD

    • Kathleen Kinmont (1, 2, 3). Sorry, these are not her breasts. Damn those behind-the-scenes things for spoiling the illusion. It is Kathleen, but she wore a vest with prosthetic breasts built in.

    • Fabiana Udenio (1, 2). You know her better as Alotta Fagina. Not a lotta fagina to be seen here, but a complete breast, more or less. Fabiana is a pretty girl, but I don't think she needs to clear off any shelves to make space for her future Oscar collection.

    About Adam is a Kate Hudson movie, made just before Almost Famous. This flick was in limbo, but glided back toward the heavenly light after Kate became more than almost famous.

    • Goldie Junior (1, 2)

    My top 10 best Bond names for Anna Kournikova
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    Hey, guys.

    Tuna made a magnificent .avi of From Here to Eternity. Great picture, great sound, of the famous scene on the beach. Only one problem: 17 meg for a 46 second clip! Would one of you with expertise in this field (and broadband) like to try converting this to a compressed format without losing the quality?



    in the following, Scoop's comments in white, other people's words in yellow

    We are finally slowing down in this section. Looks like people are out of steam. Only two or three letters today, down from 100+ a couple of days ago.

    Scoop, I spent 2 years with Boston as my home port many years ago, but apparently did not spend enough time with the natives there to relate to the dialect and adjust to it. I'm not talking about the cah for car etc. I first noticed it during the Cuban missile crisis when John F. was president.  He consistently called it 'CUBER' and at first I wasn't sure what he was talking about.  Then I began to notice that a lot of words that ended in the letter 'a' had a letter 'r' added. He isn't the only guilty party.  I notice it by different news casters also so it is alive and well.

     Yup, certainly accurate, but I don't know where that extra R came from. If anybody knows the etymology, enlighten us all.

    I have another question today. I could never explain this to non-native speakers. Why do we say "you have such big hands that you can palm a basketball", but "your hands are so big that you can palm a basketball "? The two can't be interchanged. What is the reason why we switch from "such" to "so" in that case? There must be some logic to it, but I just do it "by ear" and I can't figure out the applicable rule.


    I have two questions. First of all, do you know of the alternate pronunciation of mine that turns the one syllable into two (pronounced my'-an)? Is this regional or is it a local aberration (Elkton, MD)?

    Secondly, am I wrong, or have previous writers used the word malapropism incorrectly? I always thought it was using similar sounding words in an incorrect manner, such as calling the animal a polo bear instead of polar bear. That is different from mispronouncing the right word, such as calling it a pola bear.

    1. Doesn't sound familiar to me. Maybe some of you others can shed some light  ..........

    2. You are right. "Polo bears" is a perfect example. The word comes from Mrs. Malaprop, a character in a Sheridan play, and represents a humorous misuse caused by confusing words that sound alike. I think that it has to be humorously inappropriate in order to qualify under the purists' definition. If it ain't funny, it ain't a malapropism.

    Example: Man to his wife: "Honey, I want you to meet Eddie. He's my progeny" (Wife faints, but Man meant protégé.  Protégé, prodigy, and progeny are ripe material for malapropisms.)

    Don't take this one as Gospel, but I think a more liberal application would also allow not just the confusion of whole words, but also humorous neologisms caused by confusing similar syllables, such as when characters like Archie Bunker and Slip Mahoney would call an ob-gyn a "groinocologist". I think that would be a malapropism, although maybe not by the strictest definition. If it isn't, I don't know exactly what to call it. If I am wrong on that extension of the meaning, maybe one of you can enlighten me.

  • Graphic Response
  • Jennifer Love Hewitt and Sarah Michelle Gellar both showing off some impressive cleavage in scenes from "I Know What You Did Last Summer"

  • Karen Allen topless and bare bum in scenes from "Until September" (1984). Excellent work by GR. Especially considering the fact that this puppy is only available on VHS.

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

  • ZonononZor
    A excellent gallery of new 1027x768 collages by Zon.

    Debra Blee Featuring topless and other scenes from "Beach Girls"

    Val Kline Also topless in "Beach Girls"

    Tina LaWise Topless and some 70's Disco beaver in scenes from "Wham! Bam! Thank You, Spaceman!"

    Courtney Love
    (1, 2)

    Topless, and some wide open legs in scenes from "The People vs Larry Flynt".

    Rene Russo Beautiful collage featuring topless B&W poses from her modeling days.

    Christina Ricci No nudity in this one, but there are several nice images of pokies, see-thrus and bikinis!

    Tiffani-Amber Thiessen
    (1, 2)

    Technically these are see-thru, but in a few of these images she might as well be topless (and I'm not complaining one bit!).

    Molly Ringwald Very nice toplessness from the movie "Malicious". She's still butt-ugly if you ask me, but from the neck down she's looking pretty good.

    Linnea Quigley The Scream Queen in topless scenes from "Dr. Alien" (1988).

    Jeana Tomasina The former rabbit-mate going topless and showing some bare bum as well in scenes from "Beach Girls".

    Some of her other feature film performances include:

  • "History of the World: Part I"
  • the Kenny Rogers movie "Six Pack"
  • and her final film (which just so happens to be one of my personal favorites from the 80's) "Up the Creek"!

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    Asia Argento
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    The Euro babe in two movies... Links 1 and 2 are from "New Rose Hotel" and the others are from "B Monkey". Of course when Asia is on screen you can count on seeing her breasts, and very often some pubes too.

    Rosanna Arquette
    (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10)

    A nice variety of nudity:

  • Links 1-3 are from the Van Damme movie "Nowhere to Run". Rosanna shows breasts, bum, plus a dark and brief bit of frontal exposure.
  • In links 4-7 we see Rosanna topless in scenes from "The Wrong Man". Her caboose looks pretty good too, but it's mostly covered by panties.
  • Link #8...topless in the tub from "Trading Favors".
  • Link #9...partial breast exposure and an upskirt view from "Hell's Kitchen".
  • Link #10...bare breasts and bare bum from "I'm Losing You".

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    Mathilda May A great collage of scenes from the nude-Sci-fi classic, "Lifeforce". Mathilda of course shows off all the goodies from multiple angles.

    Jenny Agutter A single breast is visible in this love scene from "An American Werewolf in London".

    Various Full frontal nudity in a deleted scene from "An American Werewolf in London".

    Jeanette Hain The German actress goes full frontal in this scenes from "Abschied - Brechts letzter Sommer" (2000).

    Ute Willing Brief nipple peek in the tub from "Paula's Schuld" (2001).

    Bettina Zimmermann Breast exposure in a dark love scene from "Kleiner Mann sucht großes Herz" (2001)

    The King of Fashion Scans' latest batch...

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  • Elenora Bose (1, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9)

  • Anouck Lepere (1, 2, 3, 4)

  • Catherine Lacroix (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)

  • Unknown (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)

  • Angie Schmidt, a single bare breast can be seen in this one.

  • Camellia Clouse, both breasts are in plain view.

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