The Women's Club (1987)
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The story so far: jet set-lady Angie (former Bond-girl Maud Adams) introduces the talented, but unsuccessful script writer Patrick Ryan (Michael Paré) to be a callboy and to serve the unusual desires of some decadent high society-women. After a while he starts to record his affairs on tape what causes an immense trouble and confusion...
"The Women´s Club" is a typical 1980s-comedy with 1980s-music, 1980s-clothes, 1980s-humor and 1980s-pseudo-coolness. Sometimes I felt reminded on the Rob Lowe-scandal were this guy used to film secretly his sex games with other prominent women. However, director Sandra Weintraub´s try to make an erotic comedy stays surface and pointless - the satire does not function and the slapstick elements are simply unfunny!
Main actor Michael Paré started a very promising career with films like Walter Hill´s "Streets of Fire" or "The Philadelphia-Experiment" before he perished in direct-to-video-shots like this one! Supporting actor Eddie Velez makes a fool of himself in every scene! Definitely not recommended!!