THE blood on the floor on the set of ''E. The freshly painted lime-green walls have that hospital look. The nurses' desk is covered with medical records and stethoscopes. Mark Greene on the top-rated drama for the last five years is even more powerful this season.
Rebecca De Mornay Plastic Surgery, Facelift, Eyelift, Before After Pictures
She rises from the depths like the Venus of the San Fernando Valley—slicked hair glistening, water dripping from her smiling lipps, dark eyes glittering with libidinal mischief. Then—in a scene that will forever grant an otherwise incomprehensible erotic aura to the Cars—the new-wave chestnut "Moving in Stereo" kicks in as Phoebe Cates begins her slo-mo poolside strut. And boy, do they move in stereo, those pert, secondary sexual characteristics of teenage Phoebe Cates, as—in one breathtaking gesture—she frees her frisky buds from their front-fastening red bikini top to quiver in the balletic perfection of Judge Reinhold's furtive spank dream. The boob shot would soon become stock-in-trade of the Porky's epoch, but it would never be used to such weighty narrative effect.
Rebecca De Mornay starred opposite Tom Cruise when they were both young actors on the rise. Cruise went on to star in Top Gun and became the biggest movie star in the world. De Mornay, on the other hand, struggled to capitalize on her early success. Coppola had intended to make One From the Heart on the cheap after going over budget on Apocalypse Now. Unfortunately, One From the Heart grossed just over half a million dollars.