A teen and his friends get into trouble for vandalizing the Hollywood sign, and rather than going to prison he opts to work for his uncle's hot tub repair company. The sleazy salesman drums... See full summary »
Forever bungling private investigator Henry Brilliant (Chris Lemmon) has been hired by Maxine de la Hunt (Jean Simmons) to protect her step-daughter Marigold (Lea Thompson) during her trip ... See full summary »
I remember ordering this on PPV at a friend's house in October 1990 when I was 11 years and 10 months old. It was a lot of fun at the time and me and my friend both loved the hot tub scenes and we both tried to act mature by laughing at all the jokes, even the ones we didn't understand.
Years later, I rented it because of my fond memories from that night and I must have changed, because I hated watching it that time.
The lead actress was good and looked good, but never made anything of herself. That must be devastating to her that her breakthrough role was in this almost completely forgotten pig-head comedy.
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