Quotes / Best Known for the Fanservice

Fan Fiction

"As most things do, it started with sex. Of course, there was more to it than that, but the thing everyone remembers is that there was sex involved at one point or another."

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"Every single girl moves around with a Boing or two, no matter how serious the scene is. Just when you start getting into the dialogue, there it is: Boing."

Besides, what little girl (or grown-up woman) back in 1976 took Charlie's Angels as a stealth feminist manifesto? I see that observation often when I read reviews and TV histories that mention the show (just listen to those unintentionally hilarious interviews with headcase Drew Barrymore, when she was flogging those dreadful movie versions of the show).

Lois’s sexuality comes up more often than Clark’s superpowers. This show can’t go five minutes without putting Erica Durance in a fetish costume or hooking Lois up with a Justice Leaguer...Absolutely nobody involved here has any pretensions of this being high art, middle art, or even low art.
Chris Sims and David Uzumeri on Smallville ("Spell")

Michelle McCool appears wearing what appears to be your grandma’s drapes...Lost in all this would be Kelly Kelly strutting and shaking her rump in an absolutely absurd manner, a piece of television history Kevin Dunn deemed not worthy to focus upon to save for future generations.

I know folks hate that guy for the zooming and shaking camera angles that now crush our eyeballs on Raw, but seriously, squint at that as hard as you can at Kelly Kelly in this image and tell me his failure here is not a bigger crime.

The only thing Battletoads had going for it was the sexy Dark Queen. I guess if you think your show won’t live to see a full season, might has well have a character with big boobs that lives in a penis shaped castle.

That's how bad this is. I'm complaining about Frank Cho drawing hot women.

Yes, the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the title Fast Times At Ridgemont High may be Pheobe Cates' tits, but once you get past that the second thing that comes to mind is . . . Oh, okay . . . Jennifer Jason Leigh's tits. But once you finally past that the third thing that comes to mind is - Sean Penn? Huh? No wonder he's balling Scarlett Johansson!

Van Damme might have turned World Warriors into a collection of scientists and sound-men, but it at least remembered

A) to actually put them in the movie

B) to put Kylie Minogue in pigtails and a tight top, which to this day remains the only reason I let the casting director survive

Killer Joe sets its stall out early, as it opens with an eye-level shot of Gina Gershon’s lustrously coiffed vagina framed in a doorway (At the time of writing, if you put her name into Google, the third auto-suggestion is “gina gershon killer joe bush”)''

And for those looking to see Keira (Knightley) naked, you can only see it if you pause your DVD in just the right frame and if the moon is in the right position in the sky (the editing almost makes it impossible to see).

Under the Skin is likely to be seen and referred to by people who speak about it as 'the Scarlett Johansson naked alien movie.' More than one review, in fact, has used that exact formulation.

That scene where Margot Robbie opens the bedroom doors and walks out in nothing but stockings and heels? I think that’s a really important moment in American cinema. They’ll regret not making a special Oscar for that scene. It deserved it. Really well framed and lit. I admired its craftsmanship.

And I’ll be damned if it doesn’t feature Eva Green doing what she does best: trying her best to send this madness into another stratosphere by sheer force of bare-breasted and hate-sex will (between this and 300: Rise of an Empire, she can safely retire as the all-time champion).

I've never watched the show, I'm just a big fan of the porn. Literally everything I know about the show is from porn.
An anonymous submitter, on the blog sexyrwbyconfessions

Web Video

"See Seven of Nine
Her body's
muy fine
Her skin-tight suits
Make ratings boost when they burst"
Doug Walker, Star Trek: Voyager With Lyrics''

Obligatory sexy underwear fight, in case you forgot this is still airing on UPN.
Darren Mooney on Star Trek: Enterprise, "The Augments"

The lack of money for the important stuff can be readily seen in areas where it wasn't needed; for instance, triple-breasted cat dancer.

Why is it so bad, you ask? Well, it'll take a little while to explain because, basically, the answer involves every single thing in the film—except for Natalie Portman's midriff.

Jay: It's that show with Peter Dinklage. And all the dicks and boobs everywhere.
Mike: Is that the show where see Peter's Dinklidge?
Jay: Oh, I get it.
Mike: I know you got a little thing for his little thing.

Yahtzee: "Is this game entirely on the level, or is our character just fucking nuts?" ...Total Recall but slightly more depressing.
Gabriel: Fair enough. So, basically the Total Recall TV edit that didn't have the three-boobed chick.
Yahtzee: (crestfallen) How can you have Total Recall without the three-boobed chick?
Let's Play Dreamweb

It's almost worth watching just for spank material alone. Seriously, she's the only two reasons to see it.

The song is obviously the catchiest in the film, and the puppet work is great, too. Though let's be honest — the greatest puppet work is what's going on in David Bowie's pants.


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