British actress Naomie Harris has been nominated for an Oscar for her role as a crack-addicted mother in the 2016 indie drama Moonlight. "No Small Parts" takes a look at some other roles she's played in her career.
Cindy, a newlywed who's determined to do her part to contribute to the household income, together with her ultra-hot friend Heather, set up a web cam site in Heather's front room. As ... See full summary »
A sexy daughter seeks to restore the reputation of her disgraced father, a wronged college professor. With help of a professional student, she must overcome an ambitious sorority bitch and ... See full summary »
A writer for a pop culture magazine needs to come up with a "killer" story about online dating to save her job. After catching her shackup partner in bed with a bimbo from the marina she is... See full summary »
Christopher John Kapanke,
Daniel S. D'Ottavio
A down and out all girl race team, Maximum Thrust, hires a sexy newbie street racer, Bekka (Beverly Lynne), in hopes of saving a failing business and salvaging street creds and respect. The... See full summary »
A newly married happy couple visits a sex therapist to determine why the wife can't achieve an orgasm with her husband. This causes a horrific suppressed memory to emerge and she becomes more and more distant.
After a rich woman dies, her friends and relatives meet at her mansion to await the reading of her will. Over the evening, many of them hook up and have a passionate night together, including the maid. But someone's watching them.
Apparently a normal couple, Karen and Max are in fact agents for opposite sides of the "cold" war who have been assigned to marry each other and feed/steal intelligence. When they are both ... See full summary »
Couple is invited to spend the weekend at a friend's house, where the host is setting up an erotic game called "The Case of the Bloody Knife", in which the winner gets tickets to a beautiful place. But the game turns deadly.
As 18 year olds, Griff and Marian are interrupted before their love can be consumated. When Marian disappears from his life forever, Griff becomes a repressed radio sex therapist. Ten years later, on the brink of marriage to the coldly-calculated ice queen Ingrid, the spirit of Marian returns, causing sexy and comical havoc in Griff's staid life-- and discovering that Ingrid and Griff's tursted lawyer plan to do him in. Written by
Softcore Sexual Fantasy Will Be Of Abiding Interest Primarily To The Participants Themselves.
This is a heavily edited (78 min.) softcore reconstruction of a hardcore pornographic movie named BEHIND THE FORBIDDEN DOOR that was released solely outside the United States, although not all members of the cast take part in the explicit action featured within the original work. Playing in both editions is flat, thereby matching an unimaginative screenplay that allows for frequent disrobing in order to heighten the picture's commercial possibilities. This rather lifeless film opens upon New Year's Eve, 1984/5, with two young couples frolicking upon a large lawn, property belonging to the parents of one of the girls, Marian ("Krystal"), and when her mother and father return to their home unexpectedly, the other three lovers flee, leaving Marian behind, but not before she and her swain Griff (Rafe Urquhart) exchange pledges of everlasting love. Action then hops forward ten years, where we see Griff as host of a successful pop therapy call-in radio program, and soon to be married to guileful and unfaithful Ingrid ("Rio"), who additionally is plotting along with an attorney friend to murder her fiancé in order to obtain his money, all while empty-headed Marian (empty of body as well since she has been dead for the mentioned ten year span, killed in a traffic collision, unknown to Griff) has returned as a phantom with an objective of cajoling her former beau into accepting a daunting task: tardily extirpating her virginity. This is all quite silly, of course, and not helped in the least within this lightly financed trifle by what is essentially non-existent direction that lacks even a negligible point of view, along with largely non-professional actors, of whom the females are for the greatest part veterans of the "adult film" industry. Here there are, for voyeurs, forms of simulated erotic activity for nearly all tastes, excepting good.
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