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 their attitudes to men in general.Written by
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The film was made and released about three years after its source stage play "Casual Sex" by Judy Toll and Wendy Goodman had been first performed at the Groundlings Theatre in Los Angeles, California, USA in 1985. The two playwrights Judy Toll and Wendy Goldman wrote the screenplay for this movie. See more »
When Stacy stops to give Vinny a ride just outside the gates of the spa, she is wearing Ray-Ban Wayfarer style sunglasses, but when she arrives at her home, she is wearing a similar looking but different style of sunglasses which have no rim around the bottom half of the lenses. See more »
What do you miss most about sex?
Whoo... I miss falling asleep with someone's arms around me. And the feeling of, mm...
Orgasm? I love orgasms.
Mmm. I'm sick of my Mighty Intruder vibrator with the flexible shaft and the textured head.
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Though I would not think of watching this film at the theater, it's not all that bad critics made it out to be. Some situations are fairly funny, the story takes wild turns and more importantly, it is Andrew Clay's best performance. Behind the x-rated nursery rhymes and sexist jokes he can act if given the right role (like most actors!). He is the only true "Good" thing about this movie and steals every scene. Remember this: years from now when another Tarantino-esque young director has his way, Andrew Dice Clay will be given a juicy role and make a a-la-Travolta comeback.
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