Starla Elizabeth Banks has settled. Obviously perky, probably sweet, and certainly exciting for her high school students in her tight little skirts, she's also married to the lunkiest guy in town, Grant Grant Michael Rooker. The explanation provided, that Grant is "made of green," that once-poor Starla has settled for a nice house and a decent budget for dresses and shoes, doesn't quite cut it. And so Slither proceeds to demonstrate the total wrongness of Starla's choice.
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Sliver is a American erotic thriller film based on the Ira Levin novel of the same name about the mysterious occurrences in a privately owned New York high-rise sliver building. These reshoots actually necessitated changing the killer's identity. When he signed on to direct the film, Phillip Noyce remarked "I liked the script a lot. Or at least, I liked the idea of jumping on the Joe Eszterhas bandwagon. The film opened to very poor reviews, but was a box office success, ranked as the 1 movie in America.
He touched her belly and his hand seemed to burn through her. He lavished on her body indirect touches and bitter-sweet sensations flooded her brain. Adrift on warm currents, no longer of this world, she became aware of him gliding into her. He loved her with gentleness and strength, stroking her neck, praising her face with his hands, till she was broken up and began a low rhythmic wail.