On Westworld, Ingrid Bolsø Berdal plays the gorgeous, tattooed, killer robot Armistice. Normally she just kills the other robots, however in this scene from the season 1 finale she’s graduated to humans. The scene is shot in such a way that, even though she’s naked for the entirety of it (probably five full minutes), you don’t actually see much. There’s only one shot of full frontal, in which she’s either wearing a merkin or has the fuzziest blondest bush you’ve ever seen. She’s still a vision though, a pure Nordic blonde Valkyrie, and is just fun to watch.
I gotta say, whatever you think about the rest of the movie, this scene is sexy as hell. Lorenza Izzo and Ana de Armas are like something from a fever dream. Lorenza Izzo in particular has a wicked charisma that’s fun to watch. You can’t take your eyes off of her.
Some of the thumbnails below look like they’re just of Keanu, but that’s caused by the thumbnail software centering the frame; if you click you’ll see one or both girls at the side of the frame.
As far as slasher flicks go, this one isn’t bad. While the plot and dialogue are exactly what you’d expect, the production values are high and the actors are all game. This is a B movie, but at the very high end of B movies. Call it a B+ movie. It probably could have been released in theaters around Halloween and done well for itself.
If I was judging it against every other mainstream movie I’ve seen this year I’d have to give it two stars, but Roger Ebert taught us that we shouldn’t do that– we should judge a movie for what it is and what it’s trying to be. In that light I give it three stars.
One oddity of its release is that, while the dialogue is all in English, all text in the movie is in Dutch, which you’ll see in the clip at the bottom if you decide to watch it.
This is a terrible movie. There isn’t much else to say about it except that Angelina Armani has a sex scene, she’s quite attractive, and her character likes it quite rough.
How slow is too slow?
This video is unique because of the ultra slowmo used in the beginning. I wish they’d used it throughout the entire video, but it’s limited to the first 2 minutes or so. Stars Miela and Whitney Conroy (my new favorite model).
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It’s Kiara Lord and Lexi Dona in Art, Scene 2.
The third set in the Noir series, in which Marie McCray’s private eye meets Jeannie’s dame. Where is part 1? It doesn’t seem to exist. Maybe that’s the mystery.
This movie is sort of Blade Runner lite, and despite the obviously low budget and direct-to-DVD release, it’s not a bad movie. Not worth seeing in a theatre, maybe, but you could zone out to it late at night on cable. Caity Lotz spends the latter half of the movie as the titular Machine, being cute as a bug in various states of undress.