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I suppose Ray needed a new gimmick to attract viewers to his new film since the plot seems very empty and improvised during the second half. One can only find the line bloopers from the gangster Carmine (Evan Stone) funny a certain number of times. The whole film seems like a cast party in search of a plot after they've put on their clothes from the sex scenes. These are good as usual, but the mood is somewhat damaged by captions from hypno-vista. Just avoid fast forward and you won't see most of them. The plot needs a script doctor to sharpen it up. George is hiding the fact he swindled investors out of a lot of money to make low budget movies. Couldn't he just have scammed them out of money when he didn't make a movie with it at all? The inside film humor is grating also, like where Rinaldi's wife wants to seduce George to get a part in his next film..and he didn't really have a plan to make that film, yet! Plus, why would you name a gangster Carmine? What's wrong with Joey or Louie?
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