The director Anthony Kramreither uses much stock footage from the Mondo trilogy documentary which he also produced. The stripper footage is from Mondo Strip, the nudist footage is from Mondo Nude (in the movie a Mondo Nude poster can be seen behind the producer's desk), and the male stripper footage is from _Mondo Macho (1983)_. See more »
When Maureen the stripper takes off her top in the change room the next shot shows a topless body double who's face and hairstyle bears little resemblance to the actress. See more »
Disclaimer at beginning: "The film you are about to see is based on fiction. The events and characters have been changed... to protect the guilty." See more »
First of all, they could have made a good movie out of it, the story isn't all THAT bad...they could have at least made an OK movie! But this is unwatchable!
And Jim Carrey is in this movie for about ONE MINUTE! Now I'm a huge Jim Carrey fan and I have 25 movies with him and I thought I'd get a good laugh out of this... But I didn't, even Copper Mountain is better than this because of the Sammy Davis Jr impression, and you know a movie is bad when Copper Mountain is better!
They used Jim Carrey and his name for the DVD cover to boost the sale just because he is the only one who ever got work after this movie!
Please, as a Jim Carrey fan to another, DO NOT WATCH IT!
Just go to youtube to see his bit in the movie... HONESTLY
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