beautiful man... which he would make more movies...
Last edited by tynfyr; October 11th, 2014 at 11:13 AM.
Collider just posted earlier today a new video interview in connection with "Catch Hell". One thing I've always liked about Ryan is his voice; a good voice can be a real turn-on, and it's got that husky, raspy thing goin' on.
Amazing! He must work out that butt to keep it in such good shape
what is going on in that last photo lol
I'm with you trinket. The underwear coming down....yum!
What movie is this from?
Oh look southern hicks torture and rape people oh how original. FFS! originality has gone out the window.
"Flipping Dykes I though they were a myth like Weapons of Mass Destruction" Grace Adler.
this and this article. In part:
In 45 minutes of new (original, that is) footage assembled by Christopher -- using largely uncorrected, rough audio and video that was expertly edited -- we see Shane sleep with dozens of men and women, for career advancement or simply pleasure. Phillippe is in nearly every scene, and his performance is strong, sympathetic and seductive. It's also frequently nude, or barely dressed, and the camera clings to what one character calls his "body by David and face by Botticelli." And far from being merely a "love triangle," the slow, simmering sexual attraction among Phillippe, Meyer and Hayek -- especially an amazingly intense, evocative kiss between the two men towards the end of the film -- is equally as important as the queer family they make for themselves.
is there a clip of that scene?
oh wow... I'd so like to see that
found this very bad quality video of the kiss scene...
oh i meant clip of that scene from catch hell :P
I figure that we'll just compromise by stringing the "lost" "54" footage together with the "Catch Hell" scene into our own new edit as a self-contained, full-length movie project "The Sexual Adventures of Ryan Phillippe". And heck, to fill out the running time a bit we can throw in a little towel-around-waist locker room footage and him rockin' that white tanktop from "I Know What You Did Last Summer".