66. Drakkar Noir Shop
Included in this commercial are (in order): sunglasses, skis, shirtless archery, shirtless boxing, vigorous toweling, the donning of a mock-turtleneck, a woman running in a red dress, the closing of a brief case that appears to perhaps contain a gun, the closing of a lighter, the red-dress woman again, the striking of a cue ball, the rolling of dice, the dunking of an olive in a martini, nuzzling, and a speed boat. Or, in other words, my typical Thursday night. See also 80's.
67. Rollerball Shop
LL Cool J, Chris Klein, Rebecca Romijn-Stamos, a $70 million budget, and a dystopian setting in the ex-Soviet Republics. What's not to like?
69. Fairuza Balk
Back in the late 90's, Maxim told all us young men were supposed to care about Fairuza Balk. (Dominque Swan too.) What happened? See also Celebrities.