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Denial (II) (1998)

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Couples split up after a comment at an LA dinner party sets up arguments about how truthful partners are in their relationships.

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Couples split up after a comment at an LA dinner party sets up arguments about how truthful partners are in their relationships.

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Sophie: I have never said anything derogatory about your penis.
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Boring Movie With One Redeeming Factor
19 June 2001 | by (Somewhere in middle America) – See all my reviews

This is your typical 30-ish "relationships are funny, aren't men pigs" type of film. It wouldn't even be worth my commenting on it except for its one saving grace: the topless sex scene of one Hudson Leick! If you don't know of her, her most famous role to date was that of Callisto on the TV series Xena. Well this is her in all of her topless glory! She's only in the movie for ten minutes or so, but since the movie sucks anyway, you might want to just fast-forward to the sex scene. Her breasts are beautiful. She is beautiful. There are other beautiful women in the movie (Leah Lail, Christine Taylor, Angie Everhart, and I GUESS I'll include Amy Yasbeck), but Hudson is the only one who gets nekked and I love her for it! Like I said, the movie blows except for seeing Hudson topless. Jason Alexander, Jonathan Silverman, old worn-out jokes about men being insecure about their penises and their sex lives in general. It's all just so lame. If you're a guy and you watch this for any other reason than Hudson Leick's boobs, I'd like to punch you in the stomach for it. Oh yeah, one last thing: that dude from "The Nanny" TV show is in it too. GAG If that doesn't show you it's a stinker, then I don't know what will!


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