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Enter Mac & Bumble!

Friday, 22 February, 2002 @ 7.13am GMT
Posted by Floorgasm
Kristanna Loken

Kristanna Loken, of Mortal Kombat: Conquest fame, has landed her first major film role in Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines. She's set to play the lead female role called T-X and is described as the most indestructible Terminator ever created.

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Kristanna Loken

Wednesday, 20 February, 2002 @ 9.17pm GMT
Posted by Floorgasm
A new plastic wrap pr0n entry has been sent in by Michelle who says: "I love to wear plastic all times in the day - I love the feeling on my skin." You can see Michelle's plastic wrapped body here. Don't forget to submit your entry!

Tuesday, 19 February, 2002 @ 9.39pm GMT
Posted by Floorgasm
Ali G
Ali G outburst forces Cox into on-air apology

Radio 1 DJ Sara Cox was forced to make an embarrassing on-air apology after comedian Ali G swore repeatedly during a live interview.

The station's controller, Andy Parfitt, ordered the presenter to apologise after the interview had to be halted, and presenters and production team will face a grilling about how comedian Sacha Baron Cohen, who plays Ali G, was allowed to issue a string of expletives on a breakfast show.

Cox, whose lewd on-air behaviour has become her trademark, asked Ali G to expand on his claims that anyone watching the chat on a webcam would need to see it in widescreen because he was "so big". He also used the word "fucker".

Asked whether he had brought back any souvenirs from a trip to the Caribbean, the comedian said: "About as much weed as I could squeeze up my bum."

Asked for his thoughts on being in competition for the number one chart slot with Will Young, the Pop Idol winner, Ali G said: "Is that the spasticated one or the batty boy?"


In the early stages of the interview, Ali boasted of having "knobbed J-Lo" while the spasticated and batty boy comments referred to Gareth Gates who has a stutter and Will Young who is camp as fuck (the two Pop Idol finalists). After mentioning squeezing as much weed up his bum, he added: "I shat it out." Speaking to Sara, he said: "Me ain't being allowed by the controller of Radio 1 or as he is known 'Whitey', to say the Jamaican word pooney in the song. How comes people on this station is allowed to say the 'c' word and motherfucker but me can't say pooney. How is that not racialist?" Sara Cox ended the interview with: "Have I still got a job?"

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Lacey Chabert

Monday, 18 February, 2002 @ 5.39am GMT
Posted by Bodie
Ocean's Eleven
Ocean's Eleven
Dir: Steven Soderbergh
Cert: 15
Running time: 116mins

There are two ways to remake a film. The first is the obvious way. You buy the rights to a good movie, and just try to recreate that goodness again. Sometimes this works (like the recent version of The Thomas Crown Affair), but most times moviemakers end up with egg on their botox-injected faces. You want examples? Planet Of The Apes, Psycho, Rollerball. There are dozens of others, but each of these three takes a perfectly good movie, then approaches it like a star-struck tramp, and pisses all over its shoes.

The second is the sneaky way. You pick a movie that wasn't that great to begin with, but had something going for it, like a cool title, or a neat story idea, and you do it right. This is exactly what's been done with Ocean's Eleven.

The 1960 version has Frank Sinatra and pals (Sammy Davis Jr, Dean Martin and so on) rob a Vegas casino. That sounds like a good movie. It's not. It's as self-indulgent and lazy film as you're ever likely to see, but it sounds like a good movie. And that's exactly what director Steven Soderbergh has bought into. Let's not forget Soderbergh's on a roll. Out Of Sight, Erin Brockovich, and Traffic in the last four years have made him the king of the intelligent mainstream American movie.

Ocean's Eleven You start with the cast. There's really only one guy who has an ounce of the charisma of the movie stars of old, that you could shape a flick like this around: George Clooney. So up steps George as Danny Ocean, so suave he gets released from prison (twice) dressed for the casino. He's been inside for four years, but he's out with a fresh plan. Take down three casinos in one night, using a boxing match as cover.

To pull a job like this, as anyone who's seen The Sting knows, you need to bring a crew together. Up step Brad Pitt (cards), Don Cheadle (explosives), Matt Damon (pickpocket), plus old-timers Elliott Gould (money) and Carl Reiner (traditional con). Throw in Bernie Mac (crooked dealer), Scott Caan and Casey Affleck (comedy muscle), and round off with Ed Jemison's nervous electronics wiz and Shaobo Qin as a contortionist, and you've got yourself an outfit.

Ocean's Eleven It's one of those films where the pleasure is less in being surprised by a plot, than seeing a good job well done. The crew is assembled, the joint is cased, the heist is planned, the job is done, though not without complications and a couple of twists. And that's about it. Except it's a genuine thrill to see the job done so well. Vegas looks cool. The script is both witty and bright. Everyone gets a set-piece of their own to do their thing. It's one of the least egotistical starry films you're likely to see.

There are a couple of minor lapses. Julia Roberts pops up as Clooney's ex-wife (and current partner of bad-guy casino boss Andy Garcia), but she has little to do other than be there. Don Cheadle's cockney accent, and misused rhyming slang jars, even if it is Soderbergh taking the mickey out of his own The Limey.

These are minor points, though, and some areas deserve special mentions that more than outweigh these lapses. David Holmes' score is outstanding, a tribute to the 1970s percussive jazzy thriller music that the likes of Lalo Schifrin used to add to movies. It's a good thing also to see Andy Garcia on form, after some years in the movie wilderness. Director Soderbergh keeps everything together nicely, and even throws in some arty touches that don't slow down the pace. Also everything is kept irresistibly light. The banter is sharp, as is the tailoring. The heist goes down without violence. No one swears. These are the nicest crooks you could ever hope to be cheated by.

Ocean's Eleven The movie belongs to Pitt and Clooney. If you don't like these guys, stay away, because they're on sparkling form. There's a sense of enjoyment that spills from the screen when either or both are on view, that adds to the film. This movie is as much fun to watch as it looked like to make. Don't come in search of any deeper meaning here, this is a caper, pure and simple.

Next up, Soderbergh's returning to his indie roots in Full Frontal, and attempting a remake of Andrei Tarkovsky's existentialist sci-fi epic Solaris. On his current form alone, they'll be more than worth the ticket price.

View the Ocean's Eleven trailer

Sunday, 17 February, 2002 @ 1.41pm GMT
Posted by Floorgasm

"OI OI DEEJ! - It's the dog's bullox!!" Thank you Helix - it's been a while since I've received a fan sign (hint, hint...) - now write for me biatch!

Get Tiffany - This is similar to Sissyfight except you have to try to chat up some cartoon chick (that would be Tiffany) instead of scratching people and tattling. Starting a ruck with someone usually gets you branded a playa hater, it's like an unwritten rule not to fight. Pfftt, where's the fun in that if you can't have a scrap!? This is why I'm not too popular in this game.

Kikia - I have no idea what this is about.

P.I.S. - Shoot the bad guys while some John Schmidt bloke screams at you like a fag.

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