The Model is a movie about… a model. It stars real life model Maria Palm, in her first movie role, as a young woman from Denmark who goes to Paris to make it big.
Maria Palm, pretty as she is when she’s in makeup, is clearly out of her depth as an actress. Worse, the camera tends to linger on her when she has nothing to do, something even veteran actors can have trouble with. Despite that, though, it’s actually not a bad movie. I couldn’t call it a good movie, but it’s shot and edited so confidently, and the other actors are such professionals, that it’s not the disaster it could have been. Ed Skrein (you may know him as Francis in Deadpool) is very good; in fact he’s far too good for a movie like this. Continue reading →
As you might expect from a show about an escort, this show has a lot of nude scenes and a lot of sex scenes. Most are not that explicit– this is still a mainstream production– although some are, especially the final episode. Riley Keough appears nude in the majority of the episodes, and her simple matter-of-factness about it makes the whole thing work.
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.
Another entry from the worst-titled movie of the year. The first was Alyson Bath’s, and there’s probably one more coming with some of the minor characters. Turns out slasher flicks set in houses full of young women are a good source of nudity! (I actually like this movie for indulging that cliche, though; if you’re going to mimic 70’s-80’s slasher flicks, go all the way.)
This movie, and maybe even the lovely Ms. March, are nearly forgotten to history, but once upon a time in the summer of 1994, she was the hottest goddamn thing in the world.
This movie is an oddity. It may well hold the record for the most graphic nudity that was allowed an R rating. There are actually a few shots of bush; I can’t remember the last time I saw that in an R-rated movie. It has a sex scene montage, an art that’s definitely been lost. She’s shot in soft focus when she first arrives, (despite that the young Jane March was nearly flawless), another odd throwback. It’s like what a classical director of the 50’s and 60’s might come up with if he was talked with making something modern and dirty.
And why yes, that is Bruce Willis she’s having sex with, lest you think this is just some top-shelf porn. 1994 was a good year to be Bruce Willis.
Her character in this film is strangely attractive, despite the fact that she never once speaks or smiles. It’s odd. She doesn’t stare either, she just kind of… looks. You never know what she’s thinking, or how much she’s aware of the situation. The film continually gives us hints that she is aware, but never comes right out and says it. Awesome movie, by the way. You should see it twice.
Non-nude, of course. If Alison Brie had been naked in a movie you’d know it by now. There is a scene where Alison’s character is topless, but it’s a body double. You can tell by the cuts and by the way their stand-in is about 3 cup sizes smaller than Alison.
According to the producer, during breaks while shooting this video, Maddy O’Reilly and Danny Mountain went backstage and continued fucking. A lot of “backstage” footage you see out there is fake, but seeing the chemistry of these two, I think they really did. It’s not unheard of. Regardless, the chemistry between them is definitely real.