Porn stars are just like the rest of us, right? They move into suburban tracts, fall in love with the neighbors, and live happily ever after. There are, however, complications, the cinematic explorations of which make for the big-screen charm of The Girl Next Door It's hard for the motivated, grade obsessed, overachieving high-school senior, Matthew Kidman Emilie Hirsch to maintain the fresh blush of budding love with the lovely lass when all his best buds are gawking. Matthew does blush very wide indeed when he goes from a straight A student to an x-rated stud when forced to strip in the middle of a quiet suburban street. Nude - as Matthew Kidman.
From The Girl Next Door. Elisha Cuthbert showing some nice cleavage in a pink bra as she strips down to her underwear before going swimming. We then see her standing at the door, dripping wet in her pink bra and loosely-tied shirt. Elisha Cuthbert sitting on a sofa and then having a guy imagine that she's going down on another guy, and then opening her shirt to reveal her bra before kissing Donna Bullock.
Surveying footage from a recent seance, a filmmaker targeting the medium for his next project tries to pinpoint her silver-screen allure. When we first see Portman, playing a year-old victim of domestic abuse, she is smoking a cigarette, outwitting adults and sporting a sophisticated Louise Brooks bob. Her voice was coarser then, but she had the same wide grin, at once inviting and bittersweet. She is arguably the best part of each, that bright newcomer who draws us in with her wry showmanship.
A plucky teen sex comedy that exceeds its navel-gazing marketing campaign, The Girl Next Door is also a fairly accurate reflection of these confused times for America, that legendary prude. Times in which preteen girls wear baby tees with "Porn Star" emblazoned across their nascent breasts and former centerfolds like Anna Nicole Smith and Carmen Electra are now "rehabilitated" by reality television, but male nudity is still the fastest way to send your movie straight to the NC arthouse ghetto. Times, in short, in which America squirms its way between two conflicting approachs — fetishizing sex and moralizing about it. Emile Hirsch The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys stars as Matthew Kidman, a studious, highly repressed high school senior about to realize his lifelong dream — matriculation to Georgetown and another step closer to the White House — but at what cost?