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I am not sure what did they want with this film? I am not sure there is really the point or was I mistaken? Plot, is there really one? I did laugh some, but it did not give laugh to die for. I am not thrilled at all about it.
Acting is OK for this type of film, but I am not sure that it improved the whole experience. Kim Basinger was OK, but that was about all there it was about it. Elvis impersonators did not really thrilled me.
There was some good music and bloopers were cute, otherwise nothing really to remember.
If you like Elvis and his impersonators this is a film for you, otherwise I would skip this film with no second thoughts about it.
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