Although it isn’t readily apparent before seeing Marla in the film, the title Good Will Hunting has a double meaning (made obvious by the main character’s name: Will Hunting). However, be it the intriguing story of one good man, or the uplifting search for goodwill in a cynically hard world, Good Will Hunting is a very good film. Continue reading Marla: eUrotic TV Model at Good Will Hunting
It would be easy to label Lara in L.A. Confidential a nineties attempt a film noir, but it doesn’t quite fit. That overeager catagorization does a disservice both to the film and to the genre. Sure, the pulpy film takes place in the shady underbelly of Los Angeles amid crime and corruption, but L.A. Continue reading Lara: eUrotic TV Model in L.A. Confidential
It has been awhile since Hollywood has delivered a serious science fiction drama. Most recent forays into SF tend to gravitate toward comedy (i.e. Men in Black, The Fifth Element), or action/thrillers (i.e. The Lost World, Face/Off). In addition, there has been an alarming tendency (particularly with the recent waves of “event” films) to showcase special effects over substance. Continue reading Adella: eUrotic TV Model in Contact
James Cameron unveils the most expensive movie ever made, and it is an absolutely brilliant piece of work.
The movie opens in present day, and the story of the Titanic is told in flashback. The film starts with a treasure hunter, Brock Lovett (Cameron regular Bill Paxton), searching for a legendary diamond, Le Coeur de la Mer (The Heart of the Ocean), which apparently sunk with the famous ship. Continue reading Kiara: eUrotic TV Model in Titanic
The first few wide releases in early January are notorious for their dubious quality However, one of this year’s early debuts, Supernova, has two other early warning signs. There were no advance screenings (usually a sign the studio doesn’t want word leaking out).
And, more tellingly, the director voluntarily removed his name from the film. And yet, even with it’s low expectations firmly esconced, Supernova plummets wildly beneath the lowest of all expectations. Continue reading Elmar: eUrotic TV Model in Supernova
What a great play from Dacota. Eye of the Beholder is the type of film that, if there was justice in this world, should have been ignored as a bad direct-to-video film. But, instead, capitalizing on the recent successes of its stars, the movie now plagues your local theater. Don’t be fooled. Continue reading Dacota: eUrotic TV Model in the Eye of the Beholder
The pulp life of outrageous writer Jacqueline Sellena seems like a good idea for a comedy. As seamy and seedy as her pulp novels, her life story could have been a guiltily comic gem, particularly with a strong cast attached. However, appearances would certainly be deceiving in this case, as Isn’t She Great isn’t great, and isn’t even good. Continue reading Sellena: eurotic TV Model – Isn’t She Great?
It’s a boxing movie. It’s a road comedy. It’s a love triangle. It’s an utter disaster. It’s Play it to the Bone. It is Sandra.
Cesar Dominguez (Antontio Banderas) and Vince Boudreau (Woody Harrelson) are best friends, two has-been boxers well past their prime. Each had a chance at greatness, but failed at the crucial moment. Those failures have haunted them to the present day.
So, when Joe Domino (Tom Sizemore) calls, the pair quickly agree to a match. You see, both boxers in the undercard to Mike Tyson’s Vegas fight have suddenly become unavailable the day of their bout, and Domino is desperate. Cesar and Vince agree to fight each other that evening in Vegas, on the condition that the winner gets a shot at the title. Continue reading Sandra: eUrotic TV Model in boxing movie
Well, what do you expect? Pink is in the Scream, the self-promoted “different” type of horror film is going the path of all those that came before: churning out numerous unnecessary sequels. The film promises that this will be the last (and that would be a good thing for the moviegoing audience), but we’ve seen that trick before…and we’ve seen this movie before. A tepid rehash of horror cliches, Scream 3 doesn’t even bother with the pretense of wit that saturated the earlier two films.
The stalwart heroine, Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell), is back. Continue reading Pink: eUrotic TV Model in Scream
Monique who grew up in a cold climate remembers the magic of snow days, those impromptu vacations from school that would spring up overnight. The kid flick Snow Day attempts to capture that magic, but instead turns completely to slush.
The Brandstons are your typical ordinary everyday family. Dad Tom (Chevy Chase) is a weatherman rebelling against the goofy schtick his job forces upon him. Mom Laura (Jean Smart) is a workaholic businesswoman, who neglects her family to seek success. Continue reading Monique: eUrotic TV Model in a Snow Day