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2 items from 2011

Elektra (2005): Jennifer Garner, Natassia Malthe Lesbian Kiss Scene

21 August 2011 4:49 AM, PDT | Film-Book | See recent Film-Book news »

Elektra Jennifer Garner, Natassia Malthe Lesbian Kiss Scene. The Elektra (2005) Jennifer GarnerNatassia Malthe lesbian kiss scene, directed by Rob Bowman, is from a combat scene in the film where Typhoid Mary (Natassia Malthe) uses her death touch power over Elektra Natchios (Jennifer Garner). Elektra‘s plot synopsis: “Elektra the warrior survives a near-death experience, becomes an assassin-for-hire, and tries to protect her two latest targets, a single father and his young daughter, from a group of supernatural assassins.”

The best part of Elektra was this scene, the first kill, the one armed pull ups, and the use of the ninja silent step. Other than that, the film was wanting, right at the bottom of the superhero film barrel with Thor and Green Lantern.

Elektra also stars Goran Visnjic, Kirsten Prout, Will Yun Lee, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Terence Stamp, Chris Ackerman, Colin Cunningham, Hiro Kanagawa, Mark Houghton, and Kurt Max Runte. »

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2011 Melbourne Underground Film Festival: Official Lineup

29 July 2011 5:00 AM, PDT | Underground Film Journal | See recent Underground Film Journal news »

Destroy All Movies! That’s the cheeky theme to the 12th annual Melbourne Underground Film Festival, which will run on August 19-28.

Festival director Richard Wolstencroft lays out his philosophy for this year’s Muff in an excellent Director’s Statement, which is published in the fest’s program guide. He explains his provocative statement as thus:

“Destroy All Movies” can be taken as a query, a question and even a complaint about cinema itself. Most of us love movies. I still do, of course. I am obsessed by them as ever. Making, watching and showing them. But how often do we question our passion in this kind of ontological sense?

In that regard, Muff is a much more focused and scaled back event this year with less films screening, but with a tighter consideration of local talent, as well as a larger, more provocative stance as ever.

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