If this town had a Wicker Man, “Summer Lovin'” would have been a way better movie.
Without that blanket, Nicole Aniston would become one with both Bill Bailey and the car.
I liked this a lot more than the original, aside from the blasphemy of nationalizing sacred Texan oil.
“But we so wanted to see Tara Lynn Foxx as Jenny in the ‘Singled Out’ parody,” a spokesperson for the McCarthy family did not say.
Suspend your disbelief for a moment and try to imagine a world in which prostitutes can be unethical
You’d think that, facing extinction, humanity wouldn’t bother with condoms.
“Taxi Driver” takes itself seriously and is done so well that we do, too, and that’s no mean
street feat for a porn movie.
“Portrait of A Call Girl” is my favorite porn movie in a long time.
“Unemployment Benefits” suggests that hot women cannot get jobs in America, which is shocking.
Even if you are not a fan of videogames like “Grand Theft Auto,” you will appreciate Daring! director Dawn’s efforts in recreating the tension, the grittiness, and the camera style common to narrative games in this well-acted, funny, and fast-paced hardcore video.
How many times have you seen someone wringing his/her hands in a one-person show and thought, “Oh, just get laid already”?
“Justice League of Pornstar Heroes” is not a bad movie; it just doesn’t do “justice” to its budget.
“Gia” imagines that the porn world is big enough to accommodate actual stardom.
Because I had forgotten about gay icon Alan Ball’s bayou vampire saga “Tru Blood,” I naturally assumed New Sensations’ porn parody “Tru” was about Robert Morse’s bravura performance as gay icon Truman Capote.