OMG! I loved this scene from Tusk, fantasizing myself into it. If you are sex-savvy, you can figure out what is going on.
This is the first time, I’ve noticed this, but are those two superficial nipples where his sternum meets his clavicles? Inquiring minds want to know…
When podcaster Wallace Bryton (Justin Long) goes missing in the backwoods of Manitoba while interviewing a mysterious seafarer named Howard Howe (Michael Parks), his best friend Teddy (Haley Joel Osment) and girlfriend Allison (Genesis Rodriguez) team with an ex-cop to look for him.
Source: Internet Movie Database
Since KOL, D.O. (do-over), Version 3.1, I lost my list of coming soon movie reviews. I keep trying to get Boulevard, but remembered Tusk being on my list. The DVD rental store had it and a quick perusal of the jacket indicated that one of my knights stars in this movie: Justin Long. The only other surprise was that I forgot it was not special day, got moded and had to pay full price!
I don’t remember if I recounted the emotional hangover over from extended celibacy, but this one movie’s twisted plot dictated a full palette for my fantastic mind thoughts. Despite the inhumane ending, I think the director may have been going for poetic justice, but failed, as a more humane decision by the critical three might have made more sense.
This movie was a bit creepy, even a bit comedic at points. I suppose I inadvertently prepared myself for a viewing of The Human Centipede.