For us, the sexiest part of this flick was Rosemarie DeWitt, who plays Ben Stiller's MILFy wife, posing in lingerie while waiting for hubby to come home. Nothing hotter than a woman in thigh highs. Plus, Erin Mariarty is their sexy daughter, and Lindsey Coley is a topless swinger.
This film focuses on the effects of a company downsizing due to the economy. It's something happening in everyday life now but the thing that's special about this movie is that Maria Bello shows her tits, amazingly big nipples, and Rosemarie DeWitt goes bra less in a few scenes. Available on Bluray!
American cabler AMC gets gets further away from the "Movie Classics" in their name by launching their second oriingal scripted series (their last one, "Heist" took out the "American" too as it was a primarily British production). This series concerns an ad agency in the early 1960's and offers an eye opening look at what life and the office was like to members of my post-feminism generation. Everyone smokes like chiminies, the secretary pool is regularly sexually harassed and bedded by the married men in the office and the wives keep themselves busy with the household.
But all is not as it seems with our hero Don Draper (Jon Hamm). For one thing, that's not his real name and he refuses to talk about his past, even to his wife(a very pretty, pitch perfect January Jones). He's also got a little piece on the side in the City (Standoff's Rosemarie DeWitt) and is kissing the new client, a Jew (gasp!) businesswoman (double gasp!), Rachel. Subplots include the scandal of a divorcee (Jerico's Darby Stanchfield) moving into the neighborhood and the seduction of an innocent new secretary (West Wing's Elizabeth Moss), by the the newly married young punk (Angel's Vincent Kartheiser) gunning for Don's job. It's richy shot and well realized, the kind of nuanced drama that would never survive on network TV.
Standoff is about two hostage negotiators (Ron Livingston and Rosemarie DeWitt) who not only work together, but also sleep together. The show is created by some of the people behind Band of Brothers and it's snappy dialogue and the chemistry between it's two leads set it apart from other series. It's a fun show that's been doing well so far.