2014 was no different than the three previous years – boundary-pushing, premium Cable-TV continued to reveal more nudity and sex than any mainstream feature films. To make a protest statement, 29 year-old star Keira Knightley went completely topless in the September 2014 sex big brother house 2014 of Interview magazine, and stipulated that there was to be no Photoshop retouching. She added: “I think women’s bodies are a battleground and photography is partly to blame. Our society is so photographic now, it becomes more difficult to see all of those different varieties of shape.
Director Kevin Asch’s drama, set in pre-recession 2008, was about the financial industry, lives of privilege, and the effect on affluent rich kids. It was often compared to F. Scott Fitzgerald’s tale The Great Gatsby. The tagline was: “Filthy Rich, Morally Bankrupt. Great Neck, Long Island, after his parent’s divorce. He was also swept up in casual sex, drugs and alcohol, and undisciplined and unsupervised behavior.
She was the hostess at the country club’s restaurant. The only thing going for this direct-to-video Asylum Film was its wall-to-wall nudity, something the film studio was becoming known for – replacing the National Lampoon or American Pie series reknowned for this kind of frat boy raunch. Its tagline was: “The wildest frat house is going Co-Ed! Both groups decided to get rid of the other – in order to inhabit the house by themselves. Another Asylum film with the tagline of “What happened in Vegas? 89 minute, low-budget R-rated comedy took advantage of the wave of films about party experiences bound for or in Vegas, including The Hangover films, Bridesmaids, etc. There were bedroom romps, strip clubs, lap dances, porn movie shoots, lots of bikini opportunities, and many shots of nude or topless females.
The one-line description of the plot stated: “When a bachelor party and a bachelorette party cross paths in Vegas, only the best man and maid of honor can save their friends from a night of epic ‘mistakes. She allowed him to have a wild bachelor party, set in Vegas, to let go of his inhibitions. Go crazy, let things get freaky and weird. You just need to loosen up. Go crazy, do drugs, get drunk. F–k those bitches – for me, please!
Amanda whipped out a large dildo and threatened to use it on him. In Vegas, the four males met four females in a bachelorette party – and the rest was predictable. However, some of the action was ludicrous – one female who was kidnapped immediately provided oral sex for one of the criminals. She had a tattoo on her left upper arm: “I HEART Vaygis. A revolution dedicated to the cause – to “Free the Nipple” – was about a movement of topless females in New York City who protested the hypocrisy of gender inequality regarding female nipple-baring. They believed that the female nipple needed to be perceived the same way as the male nipple – non-sexually. This amateurish docu-drama feature film was based on the difficult real-life efforts of a brave group of women who fought the double-standard body-censor laws in New York which stipulated that only men could be shirtless in public.