In the not-too-distant future mothers will be stoned hippies who show off their tits and fathers will become disembodied masses of atoms. Well, that's what happens to Balthazar Getty's folks in Habitat (1997). He plays a mutant, the lone human who can survive the global-warming scorching-hot sun. But let's get back to mama, played by Lynne Adams. Late in the movie she's all blown up and her clothes are in tatters, offering a peek-a-boob view of her explosive rack. Getty gets frisky with Laura Harris when the two skinny dip, and Laura's jiggling jugs are water sporty. And if that's not enough skin, Alice Krige spices up the early half of the film with some hard and erect nipple action. A house may be a home, but Habitat is a homerun for voyeurs!