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George 'Buck' Flower,
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I was going to summarize this movie with "A failed attempt at a sex comedy" then I realized this movie was made in 1970.
This movie had all the clichés of the 1960s sex comedies; the one liners, wooden acting, girls constantly naked, group orgies and the music.
While it may have worked in that era, watching it now in 2012 the movie is just, plain bad. The comedic one liners fall flat, the girls are not that pretty, the dancing very 60s, the music jarring and the sex extremely boring.
Basically the sexual scenes all drag on for too long and the orgy scenes were a complete waste of time. Its simply bodies writhing together.
I cannot recommend this movie. There are others of the genre and era that still translate well into the current time. This movie does not.
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