Amy Irving is no dummy. She knows how a struggling starlet makes money in Hollywood: marry Steven Spielberg, sign a lucrative pre-nup, have a kid, wait a few years, divorce, and roll around naked in all that filthy cashola. She hedged her bet and it paid off, as she never became superstar material; she used what material God gave her to lure the big bucks. But even such intimate access to the golden-boy director only produced this nugget, arguably her biggest role, the voice of the singing Jessica Rabbit--Kathleen Turner gave the drawn-bad cartoon her smoky sexiness--in the animated hit Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (1988). She did play Barbra Streisand's "husband" in Yentl (1983), but that's too kinky even for Mr. Skin. Amy keeps busy with character work in titles such as Deconstructing Harry (1997) and Traffic (2000), but she keeps men busy with her skinful body of work. A little flesh peeked in Carrie (1976) and its remake Rage: Carrie 2 (1999). But they were only panty shots, though that still makes us pant. However, Carried Away (1996) delivered Amy in the all-together. Her full-frontal shot would be perfect if not for the fact that she shared it with a nude and limp Dennis Hopper. Oh, well, at least we can all see that precious body that Spielberg paid $100 million to screw for four years.