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That woman was Lea Thompson, and in Back to the Future and Howard the Duck she portrayed a kind of aggressive sexuality that proved girls next door want to fuck their sons, ducks too.
There are fewer flops as famous as Howard the Duckand the movie's reputation as a steaming turd is well, well deserved. There are few who will try to mount a serious defense of the film beyond perhaps praising the movie's Howard the duck nudity duck costume. But the movie being bad doesn't make it uninteresting, and Howard the Duck is profoundly interesting as a totally fucked up curiosity, especially where Lea Thompson's Beverly tries to get her fuck on with our not-man Howard.
Howard was horny throughout the film; we see him try to take a bite out of social worker's big ass when she bends over and earlier Beverly found a tiny little duck rubber in his tiny little duck wallet. But the scene in bed between Howard and Beverly transcends the jokey moments and becomes deeply uncomfortable and raises ontological questions about the possibility of sexual relations between humans and funny animals. Is it bestiality if Howard is a sentient, speaking being? Or are we small-minded for even balking at this cross-species mating ritual? Beverly and Howard getting it on can be argued as comic book canon.
In the comics written by Steve Gerber and, at their best, drawn by Gene Colan, the duo are perhaps a couple. In issue 2 Howard is butt naked and Beverly is wearing the sheerest of nightgowns. Their relationship appears to be very much a relationship - they even take a cruise together.
But the off-panel, silly nature of the situation defuses the larger weirdness of the situation which is supposed to be weird - Gerber is playing with expectations and being really subversive. And sometimes things just work better as drawings.
As live action it gets weirder in a bad way - a deeply discomforting, accidentally boundary-smashing way. What happens next could spark a thousand years of debate. Yes, Howard the Duck is a PG family film, released two years after the beginning of PG, so no one in the MPAA thought this sequence of trouser-tightening playacting was inappropriate for 11 or 12 year old .
These were more libertine times. That one is more famous - Lorraine Baines has young "Calvin Klein" all but dropped into her lap and finds herself inexplicably, powerfully attracted to him. And man, does she ever act on it. She wants it, and she wants it bad, and she will seduce Calvin Klein as hard as she needs to.
And while Beverly is a rocker in Howard the Duckit's Thompson's relatability that allows her come-on to be playful instead of kind of predatory. After all, Howard is like three feet shorter than she is. It's a weird dynamic. And somehow Thompson makes both these weird, unnatural sequences sort of hot. Definitely hot enough to turn some gears in the he of young folks in the mids. So all hail Lea Thompson, girl-next-door turned taboo sex pioneer.
There are few actresses who can boast they played characters turned on by both waterfowl and their own offspring, and even fewer who did it in PG rated movies. This thing is gonna ruin some lives.Howard the duck nudity
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