A Private War

2018, cam

Rosamund Pike




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"Masters of Sex"

s2e11, 1920x1080

Lizzy Caplan

Caitlin FitzGerald



Dollhouse is an Fox TV series based on the activities of an underground building called a Dollhouse. It produced ‘dolls’, who are people who have their memories erased and then implanted with new personalities and skills according to what their next assignment is going to be. From a FH point of view, there is no visible nudity but plenty of sexy women, especially Eliza Dushku. It lasted for 2 seasons with 13 shows in each. These caps are from Season 1 and were made in 2009.

Episode 4 Gray Hour

Eliza Dushku


2006, 1080hd

Roselyn Sanchez film clip (collages below)

Scoop's comments:

Yellow has a plot and some quirky characterization, but let's be honest, they are just window dressing. The only reason it exists is to showcase the talent and beauty of its writer/producer/star Roselyn Sanchez. In that respect, it succeeds. Sanchez is gorgeous. She has a beautiful Mediterranean-type face (she's actually Puerto Rican), and a spectacular body with tightly muscled legs, six pack abs, and killer naughty bits. She seems to have the talent as well, but I'm not really qualified to evaluate her dancing. Like most of you, I have several left feet, none of them coordinated, and I can't tell the difference between dancers who are pretty good and those who are brilliant. I can tell you that I enjoyed watching her move, and that she did so gracefully through several different styles of dance ranging from ballet to Broadway to striptease.

As for the movie, the less said about that, the better. The main character is named Amaryllis, but they call her Yellow because it's a bad Spanish pun. (The Spanish word for "yellow" is "amarillo."). There's just nothing that people enjoy more than corny puns in foreign languages. I don't know about you, but I feel there just aren't enough lame English puns, can't get my fill, so I seek them out in all the world's languages.

Yellow leaves her frustrating life in Puerto Rico to pursue her dream of being a professional dancer in The Big Apple. She gradually lowers her sights from dancing in Broadway theaters to waitressing in 10th Avenue hash joints until she finally does land a dancing gig - as a stripper. The film then wanders directly into Almodovar territory with the overriding concept being the dignity and goodness of man, even in the unlikeliest of places. Although Yellow is surrounded by sleazy strip club owners, horny patrons, strippers and crazies, they all turn out to be wise and compassionate. The strip club owner treats her like a daughter. The sleazy #1 patron of the strip club turns out to be a sensitive uptown doctor recovering from a bad break-up. The crazy guy reconciles with his long-lost son. The other strippers give Yellow a standing ovation when she shows off some classical moves. And there's more where all that came from, but I'm sure you must already have the idea.

Despite starting in New York with no money, no friends, and no place to live, she soon finds friendship and true love and also gets her big break on Broadway. The worst thing that happens to her is that she finally has to choose between her doctor and her career!

That poor kid.

The film is not any good.

Roselyn, however, is a total babe.


1989, 1080hd

Locky Lambert film clip (collages below)

Here is a second enhanced clip of Phoebe Cates in Paradise (1982) in 720p

(different scene)

Phoebe Cates and Willie Aames play two young teens who are on a caravan between Baghdad and Damascus in the early 19th century. The caravan is attacked by marauders, and the two teens end up as the only survivors. Their escape does not please the Evil Arab Ransacking Dude, because he is a white slaver, and the main reason he attacked the caravan was to get Phoebe Cates in the first place. Of course, before he sells her, he plans to  ... well, you know.

The two teens miraculously live through their solo trek in the desert, and they eventually settle down and build magnificent living quarters out of palm fronds and dates. Evil Arab Ransacking Dude pursues them, and captures Cates, but Aames quickly rescues her, and they run off to create an even more impressive camp out of sand and coconuts. This time they settle on the coast of the Mediterranean, which is no simple matter when one considers the precise route from Baghdad to Damascus. In this tropical milieu they learn about sex, they adopt a family of chimps, they encounter the Evil Arab Ransacking Dude again, and ...

Oh, who am I kidding? Why bother with a summary? There is really only one reason for this film to exist - Phoebe Cates gets naked constantly. She showers naked under several different waterfalls, walks naked around the deluxe hut, swims naked near colorful coral reefs, bathes naked in lagoons, wades naked in the Mediterranean, has sex with Willie Aames ...

I guess some of you may also enjoy looking at Willie Aames naked. I know when I used to watch Aames and Van Patten in Eight is Enough, I'd think to myself, I gotta see willie and dick, if you catch my drift, but that was a deeply troubled time in my life. Strangely enough, my dream has been deferred once more, since Willie's willie has been digitally blurred in every scene on the Korean DVD I watched. IMDb says that this was simply done in the DVD mastering process.

Phoebe Cates certainly made an interesting, unique contribution to cinema nudity. Basically, she spent the entire year of 1982 naked (this film plus Fast Times at Ridgemont High), and then kept her clothes on for the rest of her career, which was only about a dozen years. Then she retired to raise a family, and wasn't really seen on screen with or without clothing after 2001. So her entire collection of nude scenes was packed into a single year. But what a year! It is possible to argue that her nudity in this film is the all-time summit of celebrity nudity in film. She was 19 years old and as cute as a button, she looked even younger and sufficiently virginal to fulfill any man's schoolgirl fantasies (no wonder this film went to DVD in Japan before any other country!), her body was flawless and natural, and there was no tease. She showed everything again and again.   

Besides Phoebe's flesh, there is one other positive feature of this film: the locations and cinematography are interesting. The director found some beautiful locations in the desert, and the cinematographer did as great a job on photographing them as he did on photographing Phoebe.

The rest of the film? Well, the story is ridiculous and maudlin, and their co-stars are a family of chimps. The acting is terrible. The Arab guys are one-dimensional villains. Phoebe herself is simply not that good, but she seems like Siobhan McKenna compared to Willie Aames. Come to think of it, the chimps seemed like the Royal Shakespeare Company compared to Aames. I notice that he moved to Portland in 1986 or 87 and packed up his career as a distinguished thespian, except for a couple of Eight is Enough reunion shows.

In 1999, he made a bit of a showbiz comeback by writing and directing and starring in Bible Man, "a Christian video series designed for children ages 3-9," who are presumably too young to criticize his acting. That series of videos then expanded into a Bibleman road show, which Aames starred in until 2003, when he announced that he would be stepping down from the part of Bibleman in the touring production in order to "spend more time with his family." I thought that meant "in his parents' basement," but IMDB established that Aames and a second wife lived in Olathe, which is somewhere in rural Kansas.

He's now on a third wife, and Wikipedia says he made a tiny comeback in 2017 playing a character called Principal Reed in a Canadian sitcom called Date My Dad.

Paulina Porizkova