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Bruce Willis performs in the music video "Respect Yourself" from the album "The Return of Bruno" recorded for Motown Records. A doo-wop performs on stage of a night club. Bruno is told to ... See full summary »
A color-blind psychiatrist Bill Capa is stalked by an unknown killer after taking over his murdered friend's therapy group, all of whom have a connection to a mysterious young woman that Capa begins having intense sexual encounters with.
Walter Davis is a workaholic. His attention is all to his work and very little to his personal life or appearance. Now he needs a date to take to his company's business dinner with a new important Japanese client. His brother sets him up with his wife's cousin Nadia, who is new in town and wants to socialize, but he was warned that if she gets drunk, she loses control and becomes wild. How will the date turn out - especially when they encounter Nadia's ex-boyfriend David?Written by
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The movie was filmed during May, June, and July 1986. See more »
At the party scene where Walter gets drunk, he states that the Lakers are tied 106-106 in overtime. Seconds later, as he makes a 'last second shot' with a grape, he says the Lakers are down by one. See more »
Oh! This looks Japanese. "Master and Concubines"?
No, no, the reason for this big business dinner tonight is this Japanese industrialist new client of ours. He's old world Japanese and he's got a wife that's more like a slave and he keeps concubines!
You gotta be kidding me.
No, no, his wife knows all about it. It's "traditional" or something.
Tell me something, Walter: Are you into those kind of "traditions"?
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This movie begins with a pretty good premise, that Nadia (Kim Basinger) will let her real innermost feelings rip out, when she drinks. This leads to a lot of difficult to handle situations for Walter Davis (Bruce Willis) her blind date. This premise is coupled with her stalker ex-boyfriend David (John Laroquette) constant attacks against Walter. Walter appears to begin the movie, wanting to conform to society's expectations. But about midway through he becomes more like Nadia, when she is drinking.
The movie losses some steam near the end in the nearly confusing scenes in a judges house that often deal with a dog.
But for the most part it is funny.
The movie has one terrific song by Billy Vera and the Beaters, which is one of several songs they did for this movie: "Let You Get Away" and Kim Basinger is great to watch when she dances to it.
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