In Harlem, Martin Blaze, a writer for Vibe, thinks he's a loser since his fiancée cheated on him. The evening after his father's funeral, he meets the lovely Paula, runs into her the next ... See full summary »
My opinion may be bucking the current trend of voting (seems all the producers think this film is on the level of Citizen Kane), but I have to give this film a 1 out of 10.
Though I simply love Carrie Stevens, in every way possible (marry me, sweetheart!!), I can't get around the incredibly strange juxtaposition of interracial sex, group sex, perverted sex, and women raping men, with Neo-Nazis and S&M sex, and then have all this come out as a movie that makes sense and purpose out of it's existence and execution.
The Neo-Nazi stuff really comes out of left field, or maybe the left field cheap seats. I dare anybody in this world to find a woman as good looking as Carrie Stevens, with such loose sexual morals, and have her turn out to be a ravenous racist wacko bitch to the point of violence. To me it just doesn't add up.
Or am I that out of touch with society these days? Eeh, could be.
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