Spankings in the movies

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PG 93 min Comedy, Family. In the s, a young boy named Ralphie attempts to convince his parents, his teacher and Santa that a Red Ryder BB gun really is the perfect Christmas gift. R min Crime, Drama, Thriller. An undercover cop and a mole in the police attempt to identify each other while infiltrating an Irish gang in South Boston.

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However we're not sure that we condone the ruthless assassination at the climax From the outrageously sexy to the outrageously awkward now. Ben Stiller's insurance risk assessment expert attempts to unleash his inner wildcat by spanking Jennifer Aniston. She's not exactly receptive, they discuss the matter at hand literally and move on. Awkward - horribly awkward - but we still love it.

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This is a list of films and television programs containing corporal punishment scenes , which may be fictional or re-created and include military, prison, initiation, judicial and westerns. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikipedia list article. Some of this article's listed sources may not be reliable.
Hell is open, and its evil denizens are free, just for one night, to emerge into the world and pursue their terrible mission: to seek out naughty girls and spank them! The comedy-horror movie of which that is the premise was enthusiastically pre-announced at the end of under the title Die Goldene Rute The Golden Rod , and filmed over eight days in the fall of Hot Spanking Rod is an exceptionally bad movie, with uninspired cinematography and acting that is with one exception poor to indifferent, though in fairness it should be said that the cast gets little help from the script. The story is incoherent, with events randomly following one another for little or no good reason, and what narrative exposition there is gets unnecessarily repeated over and over and over again. One reason for this seems to be an over-zealous pursuit of thrift, at both ends of the production.