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Beatuful girls + deadly dull comedy = Groans and Drools
The general premise here is dated and sexist, and details the affairs of the central character. The attempts at comedy are perhaps among the worst ever committed to film. The jokes fall flat and the lead character is a geeky looking schlub whom we are supposed to believe is irrefutable to all women. The film plays like an R rated episode of LOVE American STYLE. Why track down the old Prism VHS tape then, if this is so dire? For 70's blonde B movie queens, Alexandra Hay and Angel Thompkins. Both reveal ample skin, especially Hay, but sadly the script is contrived and unrealistic and both actresses are saddled with embarrassing roles to portray. As much as I was hoping would have a nude scene, when I watched it I felt sorry for her ( the plot of her section redefines branded ).
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