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A group of people who were the inspiration of an author's fact-based, best-selling book are invited to a party at a mansion in the Hollywood hills to celebrate the making of the book into a movie which a series of situations, and bed-hopping begins between all persons involved. Written by
This movie was made a half-decade too late; it would have been perfect before movies like 'Porky's' and 'Zapped' raised the bar... I was watching for Veronica Hart, back in her redhead days, and she still comes off as the smartest, most capable actress in the room. Alas, the film's an hour-and-a-half of naughty one-liners that would be perfect if Reader's Digest ever had an adult-rated "Laughter is the Best Medicine". In fact, the best way to describe the movie is to imagine the cast of "Boogie Nights" attempting to make a mainstream movie (as in no hardcore). That's about as good and as bad as it gets. It attempts to bring a sense of burlesque back to motion pictures, but with nothing that really pulls the audience in. The jokes wouldn't past muster on a Fox sitcom, the plot's thin as a thong, and the performances are community theater level. You could argue that the film has some historical value, but RSVP is really only for hardcore fans (so to speak)... 2/10
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