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Nestor Carbonell's Sexy Filmography

Movies this celebrity has appeared sexy or nude in...

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2001 Jack the Dog 1 Review

Nestor Carbonell's Sexy TV Shows

TV Shows this celebrity has appeared sexy or nude in...

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2000 Resurrection Blvd. 2 Reviews

nudity reviews for Nestor Carbonell member submitted

Resurrection Blvd. (2000)
Ozzie700 was written on October 4, 2003

Quick rear

Nestor has wonderfully juicy nipples and his well-groomed chest and body hair is equally impressive on his lanky torso. While the shot of his jiggling ass is quick, it's the only nudity he's done so far, and possibly ever will do. Don't keep us waiting much longer, Nestor!

Ryan was written on July 28, 2000

Very brief buns

Cute scene at the beginning of episode 6 "Negro y Moreno". His girlfriend asks him to bring her her briefcase and he does, naked. He holds the briefcase in front of himself for the full body shot and then they start to make out. He picks her up and carries her into the bedroom allowing for a quick glimpse of his bare buns before they disappear into the next room. Nice body but the exposure is too brief to be really satisfying.

Jack the Dog (2001)
Derek was written on January 10, 2003

Various love scenes

Despite the fact this film is a rather artsy mix of sex and rumination, and despite the fact this film is exploring a man's eros through countless trysts, this film NEVER shows the leading man naked. This is a fairly well done indie, but the nudity is handled in pure Hollywood fashion, employing the "Matt Dillon Rule:" Although the man is a complete stud, his leading ladies must supply the nudity. There are countless moments in this film in which the stunningly handsome Carbonell is seen having sex, getting into a bathtub with a woman, or some such, and he is completely nude, BUT he is ALWAYS filmed above the waist as though this were made for television. It is insulting to the intelligence of the audience and to the actresses who aren't afforded such vanity. Director Bobby Roth was making a semi-autobiographical film about himself and his selfish attitudes towards women, and how he grew out of it. Then he misses his own irony by making a film in which he treats women as sex objects while closely guarding the vanity of Nestor Carbonell. Throw this on that mile-high pile of films in which women must have the nerve to do what the balls-less men apparently cannot do.

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