Archive for top

Top 5: Chicks Kissing Scenes

Posted in Movies with tags , , on June 7, 2008 by funofmovie

Number 5
Gia ( 1998 )

Angelina Jolie & Elizabeth Mitchell

Gia is an HBO film that documented the rise and fall of Gia Carangi, one of America’s first supermodels. Angelina Jolie plays the voluptuous Gia, a tough and reckless woman from Philly who ventures to New York, willing to do whatever it takes to rise to the top of the modeling industry. It’s during her rise that Gia meets Linda (Elizabeth Mitchell), and the depiction of their steamy relationship is full of taut skin, luscious lips and licking tongues. Sadly, Gia also spent a fair bit of time shooting heroin, from which she contracted HIV and died by the time she was 26.

Number 4

The Hunger (1983)
Susan Sarandon & Catherine Deneuve

The Hunger is actually something of a horror flick based on the bizarre love triangle that emerges between a doctor (Susan Sarandon) and a chic vampire couple (David Bowie and Catherine Deneuve). Bowie’s character is John, who visits the doctor when he begins an accelerated aging process. The good doctor, intrigued by her patient’s unique symptoms, decides to visit John at his home where she is greeted by Myriam (Deneuve). Naturally, Myriam hungers for Dr. Sarah Roberts’ healthy blood. After a martini, a little small talk and some elegant shots of the two women, Sarandon wets her thin white T-shirt when she spills her drink over her breast, leading erotically to tender kisses on the good doctor’s lips and then all over her goose-bumped body. Finally, when the fatal bite comes, it is just as tender, as blood drips from Deneuve’s lips and appetizingly down Sarandon’s leg.

Continue reading

Box Office Recap

Posted in Movies with tags , , on April 9, 2008 by funofmovie

Even though 21 opened in theatres last weekend, it was still on top at the box office this weekend. George Clooney’s “Leatherheads” and “Nim’s Island” which opened this weekend took the 2nd and 3rd spot with a measly $13 million. It seems like people didn’t want to go to the theatres this weekend.

1 21 –$15,100,000
3-Nim’s Island–$13,300,000
4Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who–$9,100,000
5-The Ruins–$7,840,000
6Superhero Movie–$5,405,000
7Tyler Perry’s Meet the Browns–$3,510,000
8Drillbit Taylor–$3,495,000
10-10,000 B.C.–$2,770,000
12-Under The Same Moon–$1,709,000