A rising young country/western singer gets a job as the opening act for a a veteran female country star. Soon the young girl is drawing much attention from the audiences and the record companies, and the older star doesn't like it one bit.
Lisa De Leeuw,
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An interesting movie, full of bad jokes, bad acting and very poor special effect. I really enjoyed it. It will never go down as one of the great porn films of all time, but with Nazis, glove puppets, mermaids and a desperate mayor trying to save the holiday season, all combined into a spoof of jaws, it is well worth one hour of your time. Terri Hall as the mermaid does not speak a word, but i suppose being under water and having her mouth full most of the time, this is only to be expected. As a porn movie, the sex is sparse, short in duration and comical. Overall i would say its a film that you could enjoy as long as you keep your expectations low and take it for what it is, cheap and cheerful.
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