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|Brittany Daniel In Club Dread HD|
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(AKA: Broken Lizard's Club Dread) Broken Lizard are true geniuses. Coming off the stellar success of Super Troopers, they pooled their mental resources together and came up with a slasher flick satire that is not dumbed down like some other comedy satires, but instead pays homage to the two greatest ingredients of any good slasher flick: Blood and Boobs! You will find a healthy dose of both, plus lots of laughs and a few winks to some other movies as well. (MC Gainey as Quint in Jaws for example.)
But the real reason for their genius being cemented for all time is for getting Jordan Ladd to do her first full topless scene. Top 10 All-Time First-Time Nudity as far as I'm concerned. Wow. Brittany Daniel, Tanja Reichert, Elena Lyons and Lindsay Price round out the cast.
|Brittany Daniel In Basketball Diaries HD|
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Basketball Diaries was Leo DiCaprio's break out movie. He plays a young basketball prodigy that many believe has the talent to eventually play ball in the pro's. After he is introduced to drugs basketball is no longer his number one priority. A good truthful movie also showing off the beautiful Brittany and Cynthia Daniel in HD!
|Brittany Daniel In Joe Dirt|
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David Spade is the lead character, a stuck-in-the '70s radio station janitor who tells his sad and silly life story on the air to shock jock Dennis Miller. Spade talks about being abandoned by his trailer trash parents at the Grand Canyon at age 8, his less-than-hip mullet hairstyle (he claims it's a wig that was stapled onto his head in infancy) and his unlucky love life. Brittany Daniel, Kid Rock, Adam Beach, Jaime Pressly and Erik Per Sullivan co-star. 91 min. Widescreen (Enhanced) and Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital Surround, French Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: English, French; audio commentary by Spade; outtakes; bloopers; deleted scenes; theatrical trailers; scene access.
|Brittany Daniel In Rampage The Hillside Strangler Murders|
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Based on the Hillside Strangler murders that terrorized Southern California in the late 1970s, this sexually charged thriller follows a psychiatrist as she teams with a district attorney to interview suspect Kenneth Bianchi. As their interrogation unfolds, the pair uncovers a shocking tale of death, rape and depravity. Clifton Collins, Jr., Brittany Daniel, Lake Bell star. AKA: "Hillside Strangler." 88 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, French; Subtitles: English, French; audio commentary; deleted scenes.
|Brittany Daniel In Totally Awesome|
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Originally airing on VH1, this hilarious spoof of 1980s teen flicks sends up such Reagan-era favorites as "Footloose," "The Karate Kid" and "Pretty in Pink." As a popular girl, a bullying high school athlete, a handsome dancer, and other archetypal characters try to find romance and figure out what they each want from life, they prove that the '80s were totally awesome! Dominique Swain, Chris Kattan, Tracy Morgan, and Ben Stein star.
Also starring Brittany Daniel, Teryl Rothery and Zara Taylor.
|Brittany Daniel In North Shore|
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|Other Celebrities in this set:||Amanda Righetti, Brooke Burns, Elena Lyons, Emmanuelle Vaugier, Jennifer Alden, Krista Kalmus, Leighton Meester, Marika Dominczyk, Moon Bloodgood, Nikki DeLoach, Ryan Kwanten, Shannen Doherty|
Nighttime sudser set at a hotel resort on Oahu in Hawai'i, which follows the lives of the people who work at the resort. Central to the plot are old flames Jason (Kristoffer Polaha) and Nicole (Brooke Burns), who may or may not find love again when she joins the hotel staff. Other hot babes include Mickey Mouse club escapee Nikki DeLoach and 'The O.C.'s Amanda Righetti, who joined the series in the second episode. The show's competently enough done and makes good use of it's Hawaian locale, but it's also got a flavour of 'The Love Boat' to it, much like another current series set in a resort town, 'Las Vegas'.