Monday, May 31, 2004

R. Kelly's sex tape: When The Gavel Drops. He had sex with a 14 year old, and filmed it to make sure there was evidence? He's not the sharpest knife in the Ginsu set, is he?


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The naked truth about film nudity


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Chinese man named "penis too big" has trouble finding a wife.


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Seinfeld's Automotive Money Pit - Jerry spends a couple million on a garage with white terrazzo floors.


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MovieJuice! looks at The Day After Tomorrow.


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The all-time highlight of celebrity nudity is here: Jon Lovitz does his first nude scene in The Stepford Wives. I don't know about that. Wasn't Lovitz also Dennis Franz's body double?


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Paris Hilton prepares first draft of her rebuttal to Kant's Critique of Pure Reason. You have to read her comments. Some incisive stuff.


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Magicians protest as Wisconsin museum reveals a Houdini "secret". Houdini's most important secret - "get the hell out of Wisconsin".


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Audrey Hepburn tops beauty poll: "Film icon Audrey Hepburn has been deemed the most naturally beautiful woman ever in a poll of beauty experts. "
  • Well, Hepburn was certainly a naturally beautiful woman. I just watched Robin and Marian, and she was still beautiful as an old geezer.
  • But there may be a WEE bit of exaggeration in saying "ever". I think they were looking for something like "since color photography"
  • And somehow I don't think Cate Blanchett would make my top 3, or my top three million, for that matter.
  • I guess there are no Asian women more naturally beautiful than Cate Blanchett. Kind of hard to belive.
  • And leaving Kelly LeBrock off the list is just insane, kind of an indication that they actually gave it no thought at all.


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"Where are they now" dept. 'Baby Jessica' graduates from high school.


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Cheese-rolling gets back on track. The event has been going on for 200 years, but last year's roll was cancelled.


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A tremendous four-day weekend for two films, Shrek 2 and The After Tomorrow, which exceeded 80 million! Shrek is now at $256 million for 13 days - Spider-Man had only $237 million at the same point! Shrek 2 should be slowed considerably this weekend, when Potter 3 makes its appearance.


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This week's movies: Baadasssss! (2004): 97% good reviews.


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What do artsy film critics mean by "mise-en-scene"?


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This week's movies: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004): 86% positive reviews. Already out in England. The reviews are ecstatic. Rolling Stone said: "Not only is this dazzler by far the best and most thrilling of the three Harry Potter movies to date, it's a film that can stand on its own even if you never heard of author J.K. Rowling and her young wizard hero." It was even loved by reviewers who thought the first two Potter movies were total suckfests. Filmsinreview.com wrote: "Any chance Alfonso CuarĂ³n could re-do HP1 and HP2?"


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JoBlo.com Movie News: 2004 Sony previews


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Here's a new behind-the-scenes featurette from King Arthur


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How tough can a criminal named 'The Drooler' be? An entertaining look at nicknames in the Mexican underworld.


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Some pretty cool photographs


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