They were an alternative to magazines like Playboy, and their standard was NO IMPLANTS. I miss that magazine.
Yep. The "no implants" policy was so refreshing. I stopped subscribing to Playboy many years earlier for that very reason - the girls no longer looked human when so many of them started to sport those beastly bulbous bolt-ons.
She is such a pretty woman and, surprisingly, a very good singer. We watched Begin Again last weekend. The chemistry between Mark Ruffalo and Knightly was insane. Lots of great music in this (ordered the CD the next day), and the addition of Adam Levine (Maroon 5; one of my favorites) worked well. I can't recall a movie where everyone looked like they had a blast during filming. I can't recommend this enough.
+1. Watched it a couple of nights ago and it was fun and refreshing, especially for a music lover. Keira is gorgeous; I'd probably watch her read the phone book. Ruffalo never fails to turn in great performances. I also enjoyed seeing Mos Def in this, although these days he's going by his Muslim name.
^^^ Yeah, word. The feminists of today are more interested in achieving equality in the workplace, still an unrealized and worthy goal, than protesting harmless objectification of movie starlets. Besides, everybody - women included, if my wife is to be believed - likes to look at pictures of pretty girls. Such has it always been; such shall it always be.