He suspects the trio are working a scam, telling both Kelly and Suzie that Lombardo has already transferred the money to an off-shore account. When Duquette fights back, he is shot and killed by a very much alive Suzie. Common Sense Media, a nonprofit organization, earns a small affiliate fee from Amazon or iTunes when you use our links to make a purchase. R 95 minutes. The sequels recycled much of the plot, dialogue, and direction of the first film, albeit with different actors. Diamonds in the Rough and Wild Things: Our ratings are based on child development best practices.
Denise Richards washing a car with a hose when a guy walks up to a gate behind her. She then begins to towel off while talking to a police detective before walking away in her blue swimsuit. Neve then joins in the threesome and the girls kiss before the action gets more intense. They then stand in their wet t-shirts as they chat with the owner of the car afterward. Wild Things Denise Richards Denise Richards and Neve Campbell getting into a cat fight as they struggle in a swimming pool and then end up with Denise holding Neve as they lesbian kiss each other.
After trying to seduce a guy, she then storms out of the house when he rejects her. Denise Richards in a pair of tight jeans and a blue bra as she walks around a room talking on a cordless phone, showing cleavage in her bra. Wild Things Denise Richards Denise Richards in a pair of jeans and a blue bra as she shows cleavage while getting into a fight with a guy, the guy pushing her to the floor and then shooting her in the chest. Denise Richards wearing a wet T-shirt which clings to her large breasts as a guy has sex with her from behind, reaching around to grope her and pulling the shirt up to reveal her right breast. Theresa Russell in Wild Things.
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