During the opening scene of 1984's The Terminator, Arnold Schwarzenegger as the title character walks around in his birthday suit before he gets the chance to cover up.
Kutcher-as-Evan scrambles away out of concern and alarm, clad only in a pair of loose-fitting white boxer shorts.
Nothing much really happens in Richard Linklater's re-creation of his own youth at the dawn of the American bicentennial summer, just like what happens when real kids get together, both then and now.
Even if you've never seen Closer, Mike Nichols' film adapted from Patrick Marber's searing stage play of the same name, you've certainly seen the character Natalie Portman portrays.
An untrained eye wouldn't be able to zero in on the explicit shot, but if one looks just carefully enough, they'll be able to see it.
But her big break - and the one that would forever change the trajectory of her.
She grew up near Cincinnati, Ohio and got her first boost when a.
It seems to be her new passion away from the race track and looking at the evidence, she wants us to know about it.