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Bubbles Galore (1996)

A bisexual female pornographer searches for sexual and economic independence in a male-dominated industry. But most of all, the girl just wants to have fun.

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Bubbles Galore
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Vivian Klitorsky
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Godfrey Montana
Shawna Sexton ...
Dory Drawers (as Shauny Sexton)
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God
Andrew Scorer ...
Buck Lister
Sky Gilbert ...
Rip
Peter Lynch ...
Dick
Ed Fielding ...
Jimmy Remington
Hillar Liitoja ...
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Brittanee Bond ...
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Sigrid Johnson ...
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Wendy White ...
Scott Sprague ...
Harry Ranks
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A bisexual female pornographer searches for sexual and economic independence in a male-dominated industry. But most of all, the girl just wants to have fun. Written by Anonymous

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She's looking for love, for passion, for sexual and economic independence. But most of all, the girl just wants to have fun. See more »

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3 February 1999 (France)  »

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All of the production crew were listed with crazy names such as Becky Baubles, Krystal Cunlingus, Alana Mounds, Cassandra Kleenshave. See more »

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Avoid this film like the plague
19 June 2000 | by (Toronto, Ontario) – See all my reviews

I consider myself to be a liberal person. I consider myself to be a feminist. I also consider myself to be a great fan of Canadian film. But after watching this movie, for a *split second* it made me reconsider all my previous sentiments.

For once, I agree with the Reform party for their stance against this film. But I agree for entirely different reasons. The furor that was raised shouldn't have revolved around the "pornographic" content of the film; the furor should've been over the fact that this film was simply AWFUL. I'd rather sit through repeated viewings of "Hot Dog... The Movie" than ever subject myself to Bubbles Galore again.

Where exactly were the feminist ideals? The empowering message supposedly directed to women? The fact that Bubbles ran her own company? The fact that "God" was played by a woman? Was that it? Gee, I must've been distracted by the violent assault scenes, and Daniel MacIvor's grotesque prosthetic at the time...

And where exactly was the $320,000 (Cdn) spent on, in the film? It certainly wasn't on the production values. And it certainly wasn't on the badly-needed acting lessons needed for Ms. Hartley, et al. (Your lack of dramatic adeptness may well be forgiven in your usual skin flicks ladies, but it certainly didn't get you anywhere in this film...) For less than half the money, Canadian skin-auteur Bruce La Bruce would've been able to pull a film out of his hat which would've been ten times more clever and engaging. If the film makers were trying to re-capture the ambiance and depth of an old John C. Holmes flick, they certainly did a good job of it.

One of the more baffling things I found was the appearance of Canadian mainstays Tracy Wright, Daniel MacIvor, and film maker Peter Lynch in this film. They made the best of their roles, but the horrible script and dialogue was just too overwhelming. I was embarrassed to watch them, and I was embarrassed *for* them.

If you want to watch a really great little (Canadian) film about the porn scene, try to get your hands on a copy of Don McKellar's 1992 short film "Blue". The film takes a glimpse into the life of a porn addict (played wonderfully by famed director David Cronenberg). It's clever, engaging, funny, and totally worth your viewing time.

If you're the type who hasn't been desensitized to the representation and language of porn flicks, I strongly urge you not to waste your time watching Bubble Galore. It's not for everyone (say, 99% of the viewing public). As my friend had put it, she was left "traumatized" by the whole spectacle, and I really don't blame her. If you're the type who considers themselves to be a serious film fan, I also strongly urge you not to bother watching either. You'll be left infuriated, and feel a strong inclination to submit scathing critiques of the film to internet movie databases.




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