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  • From the show "Spin City"...Heather Locklear and Denise Richards lock lips! Plus several frames featuring both ladies in their bras. (1, 2, 3, 4)

  • Britney Spears in her undies in scenes from her upcoming big screen debut, "Crossroads". My first can't be any worse than Mariah Carey's "Glitter", right? (1, 2)

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    "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider" (2001)

    Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001) is based on a popular video game, and stars Angelina Jolie in the title role. It is being released on DVD next Tuesday, and I predict that it will slowly climb from its current 5.5/10 rating at IMDB. I don't know what people expected from a video game to film adaptation, but this is the best to date, mostly because of Angelina Jolie. Not only can she act, but she endured 4 months of vigorous preparation for the role, including physical training, kick boxing/street fighting, firearms training, and bungie ballet. Jolie says she started the training in terrible shape, but got into it well enough that she did the vast majority of her own stunt work.

    Don't worry about the plot -- that isn't the point of this film. It is Indiana Jones meets James Bond, and is all about action. Jolie shows most of one breast during the opening credits while getting dressed. The camera is behind her, so no nipple is visible. Berardinelli wasn't fooled by others reaction, and awards 3 stars. I give it a C+.

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  • Angelina Jolie (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)

  • Johnny Web (Uncle Scoopy)

    Effective today, I have changed my name to  €³. I know it looks like kind of a short name for a Polish guy, and it doesn't seem to have any k's or z's in it, but it's actually easy to pronounce. It is "the artist formerly known as Scoopy Walnuts"

    The Golden Bowl is a Merchant-Ivory film based on a Henry James novel, so you know it will be a little light on gunfights, car chases, and explosions. The most action in it occurs when somebody gives somebody else a very stern expression, and implies that they would criticize the other person, albeit too indirectly to be understood, if in fact criticism were permitted at their social level. Henry James's characters are generally quite subtle. The film does a good job with the source material, but I am in doubt about the inherent cinematic value of Big Hank's novels.

     I'd like to see one adapted by Quentin Tarantino, starring Samuel L. Jackson as Lord Haversham-Smythe, 3rd Earl Of Exley. (Whoa! That reference may be too obscure. Does anyone know who Earl Exley was?)

    I do say, my good Lord Smythe, have you seen my mother, Lady Jane Grey-Poupon?

    Seen her? Yo, I was just pumpin' her sweet jumbo ass up 'n down my red-ass ottoman. Yo mamma some sweet sugar, but she gittin' kinda big. Her butt so big she got Prince Albert in the Can, and he can't find his way out. His funny-beard ass is settin' up house in there, ordering out to Church's 'n shit. Hello, Church's Chicken, this is the Prince. Yeah. Yo, drop that mothafuckin "yo majesty" shit, and jus' deliver a small bucket of barbeque style to Lady Grey-Poupon's asshole, and speed yo humble ass up, u chicken-pluckin' peasant mothafucka.

    • Uma. Not much to see, but quite a bit by Uma's standards. You can see through her nipple and aureola through her gown in #1, and you can see her breasts in a "downblouse" in the other two. Uma looked lovely in this. (1, 2, 3)

    Legally Blonde is the exact same movie as Rodney Dangerfield's "Back to School", rewritten for young chicks instead of old farts. It is a pretty good flick, but really only because of the star power of Reese Witherspoon, who dominates the film. You probably won't like it that much, but you won't mind it if it happens to be on when you plop into your easy chair. On the other hand, if you have a teenage daughter, rent it for her.

    • Reese Witherspoon. No nudity. She's in a bikini with a fairly small bottom, but the quality is poor because  it's a tape-within-a-film.

    Etymological note: Blond vs Blonde. Blonde is the older form of the word if it is used as an adjective. The adjectival form appeared as early at the 1480's, but the word was not commonly used as a noun until the 19th century. In the noun form, OED cites a 1832 example of "blonde", and an 1833 example of "blond", so the two have an interchangeable history, I suppose.

    OED does suggest that one should use "blonde", not "blond", when referring to a woman or a woman's hair, because the word came over to English as a declined adjective, having been reintroduced from French in the late 17th century, after falling out of use for 200 years. "Still so far treated as French, usually to be written with final e when applied to a woman" So, following the OED's precepts, The Mighty Thor has blond hair and is a blond, but Marilyn Monroe has blonde hair and is a blonde.

    Yeah, I'll make a special note of that rule.

    Lost and Delirious is a movie I have not seen. That link leads to Roger Ebert's review. Of course, I don't know if Ebert is right about the movie, but he wrote a beautiful review which is worth reading because it is a piece of art in itself. A brief quote follows:

    "I have outlived that moment when all life seemed spread before me, all possibilities open to me, all achievements within my reach. Outlived it, but not forgotten it. "Lost and Delirious" stirred within me memories of that season in adolescence when the heart leaps up in passionate idealism--and inevitably mingles it with sexual desire."

    Anyway, to get to the point here ... a guy nicknamed The Goose made some raw captures from a screener DVD (the commercial DVD is not available yet - Dec 11th is the street date), and he did such a good job that I was even able to enlarge the images further. Good stuff, Mr Goose. A tip of the cap from the artist formerly known as Scoopy Walnuts.

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  • Gretchen Mol in one of the best nude scenes of 2000 (#5 according to your votes in the poll). Here she is topless in "Forever Mine".
  • Mellinda Dillon, topless in scenes from 1977's "Slap Shot".

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

  • Brainscan
    There was that Britney Spears scan a few days back with significant bleed through from the back page; you asked if someone had a better scan. Well, it may not be better but this one got rid of the background junk.
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    One of the guys in the shop, who we call The Gimp (a la Pulp Fiction. Not that he runs around in a black hood or sleeps in a box; it's just that he comes out of his deep, dark office once a week... or so it seems)... where was I? Oh yeah, The Gimp. A master at finding the odd and interesting on the web. He tells us there is an entirely new set of celebs out there in digital land, namely the web models. His opinion is this is the best of the lot; she goes by the name of Crissy M.

  • Crissy M (1, 2)

    International babe of the day is Krista Griffith, who I take to be a TV babe in Italy, despite her decidedly Anglo name.

  • Krista Griffith

  • Page 3 babe for today is Jane Warner (1, 2)

    So for vidcaps this fine day (in which my old friend and drinking buddy, Bloomers Bloomberg, is officially mayor-elect) we have a Tuna-less offering (which makes this unique for me).

    Alexandra Tydings in a Red Shoe Diaries episode. We like this woman a lot and wish she would make many more titty cable episodes of one sort or another.

  • Alexandra Tydings (1, 2, 3)

  • Bobby Bresee in Evil Spawn.

    Okay, this is a real odd one. An anonymous capper... one righteous dude, I might add... posted a series of caps from Last American Virgin that followed Diane Franklin in a slow scan from her nether regions to her head. I fused them into a single montage. It's look a little out of proportion because she changes her posture a bit as the camera pans. but here is this delicious babe in the altogether. I gather she is cult fave out there on the web, especially with her role as Eve in Second Time Lucky.

  • Diane Franklin

    Fay Wray was a terrific looking woman sixty-five years ago, when she made that movie with the 18-inch high model of an ape named King Kong. During her rescue, when she landed in the water, her skimpy outfit got sorta, kinda displaced if you know what I mean.

  • Fay Wray

    Last up are Umpire caps of Jamie Rose in Just Before Dawn. Beautiful redhead. Is there any other kind?

  • Jamie Rose (1, 2)

  • Penman
    Holly Hunter Rear nudity and pubes are visible in these scenes from "Living Out Loud" (1998).

    Reese Witherspoon
    (1, 2, 3, 4)

    Jessica Cauffiel

    From "Legally Blonde". If you don't mind all the pink outfits or the lack of nudity, Reese looks fantastic. Nice Hef-like outfit in #2, and bikini 'caps in link #3.

    Jessica Cauffiel also has a bikini scene.

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  • Sayta Arteau, topless pose
  • Emma Heming, fully nude pose, but no goodies are revealed
  • Laetitia Casta, in a spider web
  • Noemi Lenoir, topless and partial bare bum
  • Lixin, pokies
  • Tara Reid, several skimpy outfits (1, 2, 3, 4)

  • Variety
    Kylie Bax Partial breast exposure in scenes from "Get Over It". Thanks to DAI for the 'caps.

    Angelina Jolie Jolie as Lara Croft in "Tomb Raider". The best frame in this collage by Dann is the side breast view. No nipple, but it's still a pretty nice bit of skin.

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