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Every day she’d come on the set, I’d be like, “Is that Elizabeth? The critic who reviewed Stone’s movie said, “Banks is so likable here that I found myself silently urging her character, ‘Run! '”(I still feel like that every time I see the real Laura Bush.)I’ve always liked Elizabeth Banks, and shockingly enough, she doesn’t fool me when she changes clothes or whatever. I do hope these two fall movies propel her to superstardom. Lack of lesbonics aside, Oliver Stone said of Banks: She amazed me because I never recognized her. Her infamy lies not so much in her gayness, but in her propensity for on-set drama.
Kevin Smith, now thirty-eight, is the potty-mouthed boy from New Jersey who established himself as an apostate with “Dogma” (1999) and as a chronicler of the underemployed with such comedies as “Clerks” (1994), “Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back” (2001), and “Clerks II” (2006).Porn, of course, depends on a parasitic relationship with the rest of the culture, high and low, and it is often close to spoof to begin with.(While taking a class on Melville forty years ago, I was disconcerted to see the title “Thar She Blows” on a local theatre marquee.) In Smith’s movie, the characters compete to come up with a title for their movie based on that of a regular feature film—“American Booty” and “Lawrence of A’Labia” are about as good as it gets—and there is a brief fantasia in which actors dress up as characters from “Star Whores,” but it’s more a costume party than an orgy.To complete the cast, they hold auditions, gathering together a ragtag group of friends and strangers, along with a couple of babes in thongs from a local strip club.(Smith recruited the adult-movie pros Katie Morgan and Traci Lords for the job.) Then they start shooting, befouling Zack’s coffee shop after it closes its doors for the night.