"Sexy Movie"

Sexy Movie (2003) -- Day Two. Two actresses do the bulk of the nudity and simulated sex, Kaylynn and Mary Ellen, doing both girl/girl with each other, and girl/guy. They reveal everything in bright light outdoors near the end of the film. The images labeled both are of the two of them together. Kyle Biscayne, as a porn distributor, buys the movies made by our heroes, and ends up romantically involved with one of them. She also shows everything. An unknown, who dates the promoter of the duo, also shows everything, but had no character name despite a lengthy scene. She is unknown 1. Unknowns 2 through 5 show breasts auditioning for a part in a film.

This film has not been discovered by IMDB as yet. It has an almost unprecedented amount of nudity, including gyno-cam shots of all the leads, very clear camera work, interesting and sometimes passionate sex scenes, and a slightly better than average story for the genre. This is somewhere between C and C+, and is highly recommended for genre fans.

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  • Mary Ellen and Kaylynn (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19)
  • Kaylynn (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26)
  • Kyle Biscayne (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17)
  • Mary Ellen (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49)
  • Unknown #1 (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23)
  • Unknown #2 (1, 2, 3)
  • Unknown #3 (1, 2, 3, 4)
  • Unknown #4 (1, 2)
  • Unknown #5 (1, 2, 3, 4)

  • Johnny Web (Uncle Scoopy)


    • Updated volume: Maria Bello, Naomi Watts


    The Cooler (2003)

    William H Macy plays the complete loser, a guy whose luck is so bad that a Las Vegas casino uses him as a "cooler" to change the luck of a room or a player. All it takes is one touch from him, sometimes just his presence nearby, for luck to stop being a lady for a high roller with a hot hand.

    What does he get as compensation for this uncanny talent? Virtually nothing. He is working as a cooler for minimal wages, in order to pay off a massive gambling debt incurred by the very bad luck which now makes him valuable. As the story begins, he is only seven days from paying off his debt, and has told the old-fashioned casino owner (Alec Baldwin), who is also his boyhood friend, that he's going to leave when his time is up.

    Baldwin doesn't want his old friend and meal ticket to leave, and is so desperate to retain his "cooler" that he hires a sexy cocktail waitress to seduce the poor schmuck. Her assignment: make him fall in love, and get him to stay in Vegas, working at the Shangri-La. There is a major pitfall in Baldwin's plan - the loser and the cocktail waitress really fall in love with each other, and as soon as the loser is no longer a loser in love, his supernatural cooling ability also disappears. The vengeful Baldwin takes forceful, violent measures to split the lovers, who fight back in the hope of staying together.

    Macy was born to play this role. With his hangdog face, shambling walk, and humble Midwestern demeanor, accented by the worst wardrobe in current memory, he looks like nothing more than a career retail guy, the permanent assistant night manager at a Wisconsin Wal-Mart, a lifelong bachelor so honest he is allowed to handle the receipts, but so unassertive that he never even asks for a day off. I thought the love affair between Macy and Maria Bello was completely charming. When Bello suggests that they go back to his place, Macy assumes she must be a hooker, and asserts that he can't afford her. He has no idea what to do in bed, but things work their way out eventually. No matter how well things seem to be going, Macy knows that something is bound to go wrong, just because he knows his own nature. After all, he's a man who can make a hardscrabble living by being the world's unluckiest guy, what are the chances that he'd land a major babe as a girlfriend? As it turns out, his pessimism is justified - at first.

    By the way, the main sex scene between Macy and Bello is very entertaining. Macy is the perennial loser who sits awake sleepless each night while people cavort noisily in the next room, so when he finally gets a hot girlfriend, he talks her into staging a performance specifically for the benefit of his noisy neighbors. Macy and Bello are screaming wild sex talk, but are actually only using the bed as a trampoline.

    That's a pretty good yarn to begin with, but there are several interesting sub-plots interweaving with it, the most important of which shows Baldwin's old-time casino mentality pitted against the new corporate guys who want to convert the traditional Shangri-La to the new kind of Vegas family entertainment, complete with roller coasters and day care centers. It's a great role for Baldwin, who gets to play the sympathetic angle as the noble bastion of traditional purist values fighting against the encroachment of slimy corporate conformism, but also gets to demonstrate an uncontrolled temper as the kneecap breaker. The audience hates him when he turns his anger against Macy's friends and family, but loves him when he busts the faces of the Harvard boys. At one point, the Harvard MBA tells Baldwin that he needs to incorporate a more muted color palette into the casino's wallpaper, which eventually leads to the best confrontation in the movie, in which Baldwin beats up the young wise-ass in the bathroom, and threatens to use the young man's blood on the garish green walls to create a more muted palette.

    It is a modern independent film in name only. It's a cute, old-fashioned Hollywood movie at heart, a dark love story from the back alleys of film noir. Take away the explicit scenes of sex and violence, take away the contemporary references, and this might easily be a script from the late 1940s or early 1950s, with Jimmy Stewart as the loser who somehow comes out ahead when he shows some backbone, and James Cagney as the good/bad casino owner.


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    Vidcaps from the dvd "Uncensored Hip Hop Videos".

    A bunch of unknown babes giving up all the goods, including many views from the gyno-cam and lots of lesbian lovin' and 3-ways.

    'Caps and comments by Dann:

    "Tapped Out"
    Two aspiring Rap artists get more than they bargained for when the get discovered by a crooked record promoter. Yeah, if the plot sounds familiar, it is.

    The story's predictable, but the movie is still interesting to watch, if only for the lovely young ladies appearing throughout.

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    Both ladies looking very sexy in scenes from episodes of "Son of the Beach".

    Annie Harvey
    Claire Harman
    Jan Anderson

    All 3 ladies bare breasts in scenes from the UK TV series "Is Harry on the Boat?".

    Deborah Caprioglio
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    Señor Skin 'caps of the busty Italian babe (and former wife of Klaus Kinski) in deleted scenes from the movie "Paganini" (1989), starring, written by and directed by Kinski. Links 1-5 show rear nudity, links 6-10 show off her impressive (and all natural) breasts.

    Pat Reeder www.comedy-wire.com
    Pat's comments in yellow...

    Clint Was Out Of His Tree At The Time - Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has reportedly put fellow Republican Clint Eastwood on a list of California officials who may be removed from their posts. Clint is a park commissioner, an official guardian of redwoods and wildlife. But he once offered to make a commercial for Gray Davis, condemning the recall election as a waste of money.

  • Arnold decided that a guardian of the redwoods shouldn't be stumping.
  • Arnold will say, "You're terminated!," and Clint will snarl, "Go ahead, make my day!," and suddenly, the evening news will be really cool!

    The Bikini Was Yellow? - In a poll of viewers by Britain's Channel 4 TV, Ursula Andress emerging from the ocean in a yellow bikini in "Dr. No" was voted the sexiest screen scene of all time. #2 was Sarah Michelle Geller kissing Selma Blair in "Cruel Intentions," and #3 was Salma Hayek dancing erotically with a snake in "From Dusk Till Dawn." #7 was the cartoon sexpot Jessica Rabbit, the highest-ranked non-human on the list.

  • Miss Piggy demanded a recount.
  • They obviously didn't see Marky Mark's love scene with a female gorilla in "Planet of the Apes."
  • If you freeze-frame the Salma Hayek DVD, you can see that even the snake is aroused.

    Excluding Porn - In a poll by Empire magazine, the flying bike ride in "E.T." was named "the most magical movie moment," followed by Tom Hanks playing "Chopsticks" on the giant keyboard in "Big" and Gene Kelly dancing to the title tune in "Singin' In The Rain."

  • That was okay, but "Chopsticks" had more intricate choreography.
  • To be fair, this was before "Bad Santa" came out... Voters hadn't yet seen Billy Bob Thornton having kinky sex with fat girls.
  • I vote for Ursula Andress rising from the sea in her bikini... That magically sent millions of boys into puberty at once.

    Bridget Jones' Dairy - Renee Zellweger said she doesn't see why the fat she packed on twice to play Bridget Jones is such a big deal. She told Vogue that it's all anyone asked her about, and she was even followed around Heathrow Airport by a guy wanting to take a picture of her backside. She said, "I don't understand the obsession."

  • Actually, that guy tries to photograph the backside of every fat chick at the airport.
  • He just wanted to try out his new wide-angle lens.
  • Most Americans would have to LOSE weight to play Bridget Jones.