Harold and kumar nudity





Just five years ago, the MPAA entered into a well-publicized battle with director Wayne Kramer over "The Cooler," rating the drama NC because of a brief glimpse of pubic hair during an intense love scene. When we came together to talk about it, we went to Universal and had the most bizarre conversation of all time. In case you haven't figured it out, most of this extreme nudity is being used for humorous impact. At a time when we think we've seen everything, a handful of movies have figured out new ways to get us jawing about junk. Wouldn't those movies have featured crotch close-ups and multiple full-frontal scenes if they could have gotten away with it? But with all these R-rated comedies proudly paying tribute to classics like "Porky's," "Fast Times" and Cheech and Chong's "Up in Smoke," one has to wonder:

At a time when we think we've seen everything, a handful of movies have figured out new ways to get us jawing about junk.

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But if you think all this new-school nudity is just for the fellas, wait till you get a load of "Forgetting Sarah Marshall. At a time when we think we've seen everything, a handful of movies have figured out new ways to get us jawing about junk. The MPAA representative, however, cautioned that there's no such hard and fast rule. But apparently Judd had the same idea independently. Whether this new-school nakedness defines a generation like "Fast Times" did remains to be seen, but this much is certain: Since these newer films are using nudity for comic effect, however, it seems that their hairy moments get an easier green light.








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