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|Ann Magnuson In The Caveman's Valentine HD|
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The Caveman's Valentine (HD) A cave-dwelling man played by Samuel L. Jackson get's some sexy time with a white MILF played by Ann Magnuson. I have to admit that Ann Magnuson has a great body and I enjoyed watching this flick. If you like interracial flicks then you'll like watching Samuel L. Jackson fiddling with Ann Magnuson's perky boobs.
|Ann Magnuson In Kaboom|
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Gregg Araki doesn't make simple movies. They're usually trippy, sexy, homoerotic, surreal and have TONS of nudity. Kaboom follows in the same vein as The Doom Generation or Nowhere but has a decidedly sci-fi feel to it. IF you like Gregg Araki, you're going to like this movie without a doubt. If you're a nudophile, you're going to LOVE this movie thanks to skinful appearances by Juno Temple, Haley Bennett, Roxane Mesquida, Nicole LaLiberte, Ann Magnuson and Kelly Lynch. It is an eyeful.
|Ann Magnuson In The Hunger HD|
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The Hunger (HD) This is a cool flick. First, this movie is cool because it has David "fucking" Bowie in it. Second, it has Catherine Deneuve and Susan Sarandon in a hot lesbian sex scene! Have you ever seen Susan Sarandon in The Rocky Horror Picture Show? HOT!!
|Ann Magnuson In Hugo Pool|
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This bizarre cult comedy stars Alyssa Milano as Hugo, a young pool cleaner in Los Angeles. In the course of one day, Hugo cleans 44 pools, deals with eccentric and even dangerous clients, helps her parents (Cathy Moriarty and Malcolm McDowell) grow up and still finds time to fall in love -- with a Hungarian film director (Patrick Dempsey) afflicted with Lou Gehrig's disease. Co-stars Robert Downey Jr., Richard Lewis, Ann Magnuson and Sean Penn.
|Ann Magnuson In Hunger, The|
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This moody, sexy vampire movie featured David Bowie, but is probably best known for the lesbian sex scene between Susan Sarrandon and Catherine Deneuve. Tony Scott's moody flick would go on to inspire an erotic horror series on Showtime, produced by Tony and his brother Ridley Scott.