His artistic ideas, born of the '60s counter-culture, had elevated the entire genre. See full summary » 19-year-old Jamie just wants someone to love.
A young writer becomes intrigued with a mysterious dark-haired woman who claims to be his long-lost sister and he begin an unusual relationship with her prompting a downward spiral involving his domineering mother and lovely fiancée A car, following the Tour de France. Women, often prostitutes, trying to scream as they are being strangled. See full summary » Jacques Laurent made pornographic films in the 1970s and '80s, but had put that aside for 20 years.[Note: Much of the film was actually shot inside the San Francisco Armory, which housed the porn website ]During a photoshoot directed by svengali director Margaret, Angelina - now screen-named Cherry - posed for the cameras as an innocent schoolgirl, first touching herself, then stripping to black underwear, and then going topless. The movie was another example of his branding style - an entertaining, fun-filled, profitable venture, and a throwback to the T&A films of the 70s and 80s.Margaret talked her through the sequence as she also gave directions behind the camera:"You're a naughty girl. The film was actually a remake or "re-conception" of Corman's own Attack of the 50-Foot Woman (1958), and similar to Jerry Lewis' The Nutty Professor (1963) and parts of Gulliver's Travels. " She responded blankly, "This is my job." He then went further: "How am I supposed to, uhm, f--k you tonight after you just got done f--king, I dunno, five guys? Andrew Waller American Pie Presents: The Book of Love (2009), d. In the film's conclusion, Francis became upset at his girlfriend, asking: "Why do you do whatcha do? Joe Nussbaum American Pie Presents: Beta House (2007), d.We see them pursuing friendships, searching for affirmation, seeking pleasure from an addiction, the joy of anonymity, etc.
I think one example we can use is when you're out in the woods and you lift an old log, or a rock and look underneath.
See full summary » A tale set in a decaying Parisian porn theatre, where within its dark confines, male patrons--soldiers, transvestites, married men--regularly engage in anonymous sex acts.
In the ticket booth of the theatre, a wise Italian woman serves as benevolent gatekeeper, observing--but never judging--the proceedings occurring under her watchful eyes.
Afterwards, with the $500 - she journeyed north to San Francisco with her resentfully-platonic best friend and confidante Andrew (Dev Patel). He had great difficulty sneaking her back into her house - carrying her half-naked outside and then into her house and up her stairs to her bedroom.
She started out as a cocktail waitress in a strip club, where she was soon introduced to wealthy, drug-addicted, art-appreciating lawyer Francis (James Franco), and Margaret (Heather Graham), an ex-porn star (and lesbian) who was directing adult fetish films for the website Bod. Famed independent film producer Roger Corman, the master of schlocky B-movies ("The King of the B's"), Edgar Allan Poe adaptations, and various creature features, brought this 3-D film (his first ever) to the screen (TV) for the EPIX cable network.
Their breakup scene was slightly voyeuristic and involved angry sex.