Eve is dressed in a long raincoat and follows the handyman around as he makes his appointed rounds. She watches as he has humorous run-ins while cleaning toilets, taking scrap metal to the ... See full summary »
Eve is dressed in a long raincoat and follows the handyman around as he makes his appointed rounds. She watches as he has humorous run-ins while cleaning toilets, taking scrap metal to the dump, cleaning windows, delivering a tree, climbing poles, and remaining a gentleman while trying to help a topless hitchhiker. But why is she watching him so carefully? Written by
Ed Sutton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This movie is basically one long joke, with plenty of gags in the middle, to help keep it interesting until the punchline. This is the first Russ Meyer movie i ever saw, and while it may not be as good as some of his others (Up!, Beneath The Vally Of The Ultra-Vixens), it is still a classic in it's own right. Lots of light humor, and camp value. Recommended. I would end the review here, except IMDb won't post this unless i have written at least ten lines, so the following is just filler: I sleep on a mattress, sometimes i dress up as a mattress, and wave to cars on the sidewalk, i would like to see Chris Kentis taken out to the middle of the ocean, and left there. I think thats about ten lines, so i'll stop here.
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