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Harley Jane Kozak,
Bradley Brinkman is just an average guy, but he wants to be someone special when along comes a sexy apparition who offer to make him the sexiest guy in Sea Spray, a lush California Beach spot. For just a piece of his soul, Dr. D (the Devil) will transform him into a stud. He signs on the dotted line and is now turned into Hunk Golden. Suddently women want him and guys envy him. After a television appearance, he becomes a national sensation... but is Bradley going to be happy with his newfound success... or is there hell to pay for being a hunk?! Written by
Crown International Pictures
At 16 minutes in, when Bradley Brinkman is introduced to Skeet Mecklenberg, look for Brad Pitt as an extra seated in a beach chair behind Skeet. He's in blue and white striped shorts seated next to a blonde girl in a white string bikini. See more »
At one point the devil says that Labor Day is Hitler's Birthday. Labor Day is celebrated on the first Monday in September and Hitler's birthday is April 20th - but then it was the Devil who said it, so maybe he was lying. See more »
I finally meet a beautiful woman and she wants me to bomb Pearl Harbor. Talk about romantic.
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The only thing good about this film is that it holds up a very good looking man as the object of voyeurism (refreshing, since typically in films, women are the exhibitionists and men are the voyeurs). John Allen Nelson certainly lives up to the title.
Other than this, the acting is atrocious. Of course, the script probably didn't leave the actors much to work with. The dialogue seems very stilted and uninspired.
The film is enjoyable in the "it's so bad it's good" vein, though. This is definitely a film for those who like bad movies or just like to see a cute guy in a small swimsuit. Not much else to offer.
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