Note to theater-owners: If you ever need a Midnight Movie--other than RHPS, that is--please, consider this little gem. It is MST3K-style comedy GOLD, I tell you! It's has everything a cult movie should need to be popular: wooden acting, goofy dialogue, what-the-hell-is-THIS-doing-here musical numbers, racism, misogyny, and much, much, more. The girls are as cute as they are dumb, and the men are...well...let's just say they make Ryan Seacrest look ultra macho. The basic plot is that a young, vaguely Canadian hillbilly (Bobby "In-it-for-the-money" Vee) saves the, ahem, "girl" (Jackie "Just-payin'-the-mortgage" DeShannon) from a faded projection background...I mean, car accident. When they get to the University, it's revealed that (A) she's the dean's daughter, and (B) there's about to be a "Revoluton". (Excuse me while I try to overcome the Giggles.) Throughout this film Bobby and Jackie demonstrate two different schools of acting: She coming from the Marlo Thomas School; He, Pia Zadora. In short, you'll laugh (for all the wrong reasons), you'll cry (from chuckling so hard), you'll get constipated (from all of the cheese fed from this movie)!
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