• * Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe).

  • * White asterisk: expanded format.

  • * Blue asterisk: not mine.

  • No asterisk: it probably sucks.


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"Angels in America"

2003; TV mini-series


Mary-Louise Parker

Emma Thompson

Young Adam


Johnny's comments:

Young Adam is a Scottish drama about wannabe writer Joe (Ewan McGregor) who now works on a barge during this stage of his life with Les and Ella (Peter Mullan and Tilda Swinton) and their son. Bored, he decides to seduce the put-upon Ella, who finally relents. Meanwhile, he is carrying on a relationship with Cathy (Emily Mortimer), which is tentative to say the least. One day, Joe and Les find a dead body in the water, who turns out to be Cathy. It seems that Joe may have been involved in some way, but a married lover of Cathy's is charged with murder. As the case unfolds, Joe gets a guilty conscious as it becomes grim for the suspect. Will Joe tell the truth or will he just go on drifting from place to place? A neverendingly grim morality tale that has quite a bit of sex in it, Young Adam is a solid movie with a solid cast of very good actors. But not really a movie you'd recommend to someone looking for a good time, it's nothing but a misery here.

Scoop's spoiler-filled review here:

Emily Mortimer in some of the wildest nude/sex scenes ever performed by a mainstream actress (all HD captures here; collages below)

Tilda Swinton (all HD captures here; collages below)

Pauline Turner (sample below)

Therese Bradley (sample below)

TV/Film Clips

Evan Rachel Wood in The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman (2013) in 1080p

unidentified actresses in The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman

Hanna Tevita and Acushla Sutton in Fresh Meat (2012) in 720p

Emily Galash in Nightscape (2012) in 720p

Anja Nejarri in Vergiss Nie Dass Ich Dich Liebe (2011)

Mariana Loureiro in Carmo, Hit the Road (2008)


Capucine Delaby in Vaugand (2013)

Elizabeth McGovern in Ragtime (1981)