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Two friends, both named Frank, accidentally obtain a suitcase at the airport. It contains incriminating evidence against a mafia boss, who sends his Terminator-like lackie to find them. The Franks hide by impersonating make-up women for a beauty pageant. While in drag, the mafioso falls in love with one of the Franks. Written by
But I thought Erik Estrada would NEVER be in a bad movie...
You know a film is a flop when its sole selling point is the inclusion of cameos by several C-list actors. It's the last resort when a movie maker knows they have a stinker on their hands with nothing resembling an actual plot or humor. That's the naked truth folks.
This piece of celluloid is what you get when you take "Bosom Buddies" and "The Naked Gun" and have them stripped of everything funny. This is the type of film where a character says "Black Russian" to a bartender and the white bartender responds saying that he's just "really tan". Was that ever funny...ever? This is the type of film where two gentlemen are in side-by-side helicopters and one guy asks the other if he has some Grey Poupon. This is the type of film where some guy ignores a bunch of good-looking women in skimpy swimsuits and instead gets all hot and bothered by some dude in drag.
In short, this is the type of film that doesn't have even a shred of originality and would be destroyed if we lived in a civilized society. I can understand the likes of Bubba Smith, Lou Ferrigno and Zsa Zsa Gabor showing up in junk like this. The saddest moment for me, however, was seeing the wonderfully talented Yvonne De Carlo make an appearance. She deserved to be given more roles in the '90s but not in trash such as "The Naked Truth". 1/10
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