The Irish chart-toppers got totally stuck in your he-eehh-d, in yar hay-ay-ay-ed in with singles like "Zombie, " "Ode to My Family" and "Ridiculous Thoughts. Just writing about the album brings back memories of jeans torn at the knee, sweatshirts tied around the waist, and discovering Manic Panic hair dye. Though No Need to Argue is debatably The Cranberries' best album, their entire '90s catalogue is like a time capsule of all my favorite songs, fashions, and movies from the '90s. In fact, The Cranberries were so prevalent in the '90s that their songs appeared in numerous film soundtracks and they performed on screen in a handful of popular television series. Don't believe me?
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Title: Crystal Dreams Video All it took to win me over in "Crystal Dreams" was the fabulous recurring top-shot of Chloe swimming nude in a sylvan pond, and the following two hours of this dreamy video continued to captivate me. Chole plays Crystal, and the film's structure has her thrashing in bed, overwhelmed by erotic dreams. Her first dream consists of outdoor sex with her lost lover Alan Mickey G. This is a most sensual love scene, replete with condom and tight-fit anal sex, as only petite and lithe Chloe could do it.
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My mother's husband confessed to having spied on me in my bedroom and bathroom years ago. Figuring out how to maintain a relationship with him — and with my mother — has been traumatic, even if they don't consider it sexual abuse. My last visit back to Florida to visit my mother was years ago.
Few movies can compare to the brilliant artistry and creativity of Labyrinth , a dark fantasy populated by quirky goblins, strange creatures, and a king who inspired non-PG thoughts in many admiring viewers. It starred a teenage Jennifer Connelly in the lead role of Sarah and featured David Bowie as Jareth the goblin king, who also wrote and recorded the soundtrack for the film. With Jim Henson at the helm accompanied by screenwriter Terry Jones, producer George Lucas, and designer Brian Froud, Labyrinth was destined to be a cult classic, even though its initial box office reception was lackluster.