In 2003, the amusingly named Johnny Crash made what is probably Seduction Cinema's best film with the soft-core spoof Spiderbabe. He also made this film. That 70's Girl is a fifty minute soft-core lesbian flick involving a hippy chick and two sisters. Ashleigh and Jennifer are siblings looking for a new flatmate; and end up getting one in the form of Petal, a 'turned on' hippy chick. She moves in and soon bends the sisters round to her way of thinking. The film features basically no plot at all aside from the base and after that it's just a collection of soft-core situations. There's two shower scenes; both of which are highly overlong and two sex scenes; again highly overlong, and these four scenes make up most of the movie. Of course, we do get a good central cast; headed by Mirty Mundae and featuring Julian Wells, Kelli Summers and A.J. Khan, but that's really the only positive. The script is astoundingly awful (even by soft-core standards) and Misty Mundae in particular just looks awkward delivering lines from it. Of course, most people tuning into this will just want some lesbian sex; but believe it or not, the lesbian sex in this movie is actually rather boring. The whole "seventies" style is rather pathetic and to be honest, I wouldn't recommend wasting even fifty minutes on this film.
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