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"Cleavage" is an uplifting and informative journey to the most eye-catching destination on earth: The space between a woman's breasts. Cleavage is what happens when breasts collide--a merger that at once fascinates, scandalizes, and mesmerizes. Cleavage makes movie & pop stars, enriches surgeons, tempts politicians, and dominates fashion. When breasts are lifted and pushed together, all of society rubbernecks... Written by Anonymous

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TREKKIES done too mainstream
29 June 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The filmmakers are obviously not going by their guts: they don't point out a single element of the stupidity of this obsession (possibly they assume the viewer already knows most of the information, but it is so condescending one would think not.) Not a thing is said about the damage that is done to a person by the corsets or the side effects of surgery. Everything is hunky dorry, la de da, but almost totally unfunny. (Joan Rivers and Carmen Electra(narrator) are just annoying) The filmmakers even suck the humor out of a line from a Russ Meyers movie by taking it out of context! The alleged irony they try at doesn't work because it comes out of the interviewees themselves, which makes it considerably less. This isn't a documentary: it's an E! feature: i.e., almost worthless.


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