The fact-based saga Charlie Wilson's War (2007) stars Tom Hanks (He Knows You’re Alone, alcoholic Uncle Ned on Family Ties) as the titular Texas congressman. Wilson aids rebels in Afghanistan who were fighting the Soviet invasion that began in 1979. He’s supported by Julia Roberts (Satisfaction, Dr. Jekyll’s maid in Mary Reilly) as conservative society matron Joanne Herring and CIA agent Gust Avrakotos, who’s played by Philip Seymour Hoffman (Triple Bogey on a Par Five Hole, Robert De Niro’s drag queen pal in Flawless). Come to Charlie Wilson’s War for the political derring-do, but come hard for the hot-tub scene featuring Jud Tylor, Hilary Angelo, and Cyia Batten. Hilary Angelo shows off her breasts and butt when she slips into the hot tub. Then there's some nice looks at Cyla and Hilary's suck sacks as they soak in the hot tub with Tom. This film is basically a must-see for anyone who's a history buff or for anyone who's a fan of the snappy dialog of Aaron Sorkin. It has phenomenal acting and a thought-provoking story about American malfeasance on the world stage that led to the rise of the Taliban. The movie zips along in 90 minutes, and it's quite funny even though the subject matter is extremely dark. Flesh fiends with an interest in American politics will be in Texas hog heaven watching this one. The only thing that couldn't made this a masterpiece in Mr. Skin's book would have been a bit more full frontal action, particularly from Julia. You'll be at war with your fly in no time!