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Like the previous posters, the movie starts of EXCELLENT then tapers off. Tom's girlfriend is ANNOYING as hell which is why I can't empathise with her insecurities about her and Toms' future. She is about as nutty as the main character.
Kaye/Connie was an excellent character, but the gratuitous sex scenes are really unnecessary.
I am always happy to see Margot Kidder working but her role in this movie isn't one of her best works.
If you like campy cheesy movies this is the one for you. It DOES hold your attention no matter how many times you have seen it to the end so that is why I rate it a four.
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