Saturday, August 08, 2009

MAX

cinemax, Channel #85

Lots of popular movies but they have a deserving reputation for peddling softcore p0rn. At this moment they are having Busty Cops: Protect and Serve! the plot makes no sense and they are not effective cops but then again I maybe missing the point(s).

Part 1:
Back to yesterday's premiere of Bollywood Hero on IFC it was ok but Chris Kattan could have done it a bit more serious or at least less physical comedy. Everyone else is playing it straight and comfortable then you have Kattan being so uncomfortable that it is distracting. I get he is in a strange land trying something new but it doesn't come off as a sincere effort. Plus one hour long is too short.

4 comments:

  1. At this moment they are having Busty Cops: Protect and Serve! the plot makes no sense and they are not effective cops but then again I maybe missing the point(s).

    Yes, it seems you just might be.

    I am replying to your comment over on my side of the Internet, just an fyi.

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  2. Naughty TV makes me blush.

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  3. Anonymous9:06 PM

    Busty Cops: Protect and Serve! is actually as bastardized version of two movies which were shot back in 2005, originally entitled: Busty Cops: Back In Time parts 1 & 2.

    Press announcements from 2005 state that it was written and directed by Michael Whiteacre, and produced by Samantha Phillips, the Penthouse Pet and TV personality, for Digital Entertaiment, Inc. Sam Phillips had previously produced all of Digital Entertainment's movies, save for Whiteacre's Call Girl Wives. The current version of the movie makes no sense because the entire time travel plot has been eliminated, and replaced with a painful Dragnet-style narration.

    In the released movie, both Whiteacre and Phillips' names have been omitted from the credits, and much of the cast is not even credited. The end credits are actually the end credits from Call Girl Wives! The sex scene intercut with the end credits features the Busty Cops with Monique Alexander in a scene which was originally set in the Old West (a lá Back To The Future part 3).

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  4. That is much more I ever wanted to know about the Busty Cops franchise. Wonderful by the way.

    I wish you had a blog because it would be fascinating to read.

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