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|Salma Hayek Nude In Once Upon a Time in Mexico (HD)|
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Ass-kicking action/adventure movies don't get much better than this 2003 final chapter in the triology of the traveling vigilante known as El Mariachi. I've seen and liked all three, and this one is a fitting ending, if in fact it is the ending.
El Mariachi is recruited by a CIA agent to kill a corrupt general who is teaming up with a drug lord to kill the president of Mexico. Since the general killed his wife and daughter, El Mariachi is more than willing to help.
As the groups all struggle against one another, there's tons of violence, fighting, shooting, and general ass-kicking along the way, and it's only at the end that you get a clear picture of who is a good guy and who is a bad guy, which makes the movie that much more interesting. Top-notch excitement, and I highly recommend the flick. No skin in this one, but Salma Hayek provides plenty of beauty even without the skin.
|Salma Hayek Nude In Grown Ups (HD)|
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It must be fun being Adam Sandler. Now he's such a huge star he can make a movie that features his favorite director (Dennis Dugan), all his friends (Kevin James, Steve Buscemi, SNL Alums Rob Schneider, David Spade, Maya Rudolph, Norm McDonald, Tim Meadows and EVERY OTHER PERSON HE'S EVER APPEARED IN PUBLIC WITH), some lovely young hotties (Madison Riley and Jamie Chung) and MILF-extraordinaires Salma Hayek and Maria Bello. Toss in his wife and kids, and Adam Sandler's a pretty lucky guy.
Oh yeah, the movie's funny also, so there's that...
|Salma Hayek Nude In Dogma|
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Wayward angels Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, exiled in Wisconsin for millennia, discover that a New Jersey church holds the theological key to their getting back into Heaven. Problem is, if they succeed, all of creation will be obliterated. As faith-affirming as it is controversial, Kevin Smith's off-the-wall satire follows a quirky band of crusaders, from abortion clinic worker Linda Fiorentino and "13th apostle" Chris Rock to the ubiquitous Jay and Silent Bob, trying to keep the angels from reaching their goal.
One of the better and more accessable entries in the "View Askew" series. It shows an increased budget for Smith, like the follow-up Jay and Silent Bob Attack, but you can walk right into this film and pick everything up without having seen any of the other films. It's funny and the charges that it's anti-christian are silly. Smith just asks questions and there's nothing wrong with that.