Two girls go away to a holiday resort looking for a change of pace, hoping to meet some nice men for a change. They discover that they can't find the perfect man, and this forces them to reconsider thei attitudes to men in general.Written by
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According to 'Time Out', the film's source production was "originally a three-song sketch by Wendy Goldman and Judy Toll', it was then worked up into a play, and finally a screenplay, reflecting the new AIDS consciousness". See more »
When Melissa sits on the boat she is wearing her black stockings, but in the next scene of her standing up she is not wearing them. See more »
Melissa, did you know that women experience 63% more heightened sensitivity during the arousal phase than during climax itself?
Really? I like all the phases.
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Cute, sexy, and Andrew Dice Clay actually being FUNNY!
This Woody Allen-esque exploration of sex through the eyes of two female friends (Lea Thompson and Victoria Jackson) is a pretty entertaining little sleeper. The two discuss their sexual experiences, past relationships and societal attitudes, each taking turns talking to the audience. Eventually they travel to a spa where they encounter lust, rejection, love and, of course, sex, sex and more sex. Andrew Dice Clay actually turns in a great comic performance as an obnoxious spa patron who has the hots for Thompson, and Mary Gross adds a few laughs with her usual soft-spoken schtick. Jackson is cute, though a tad wooden, but Thompson's performance is right on the mark. As an added bonus, the two venture to a nude beach in one scene, so we get a nice long look at their bare bottoms (Jackson's cute buns make two extra appearances as well). Overall, there's really not much here, but what there is is pretty entertaining, and worth the price of a rental.
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