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If I Say Yes
Written by Michael Jay, Marvin Morrow
Performed by Five Star
Produced by Buster Pearson, Michael Jay
Courtesy of Tent/RCA Records See more »
The writer and director, Alan Alda (who also stars, sporting an unflattering haircut), enters Woody Allen territory here, but the result is unfortunately bland and forgettable. He seems to know all the right moves and maintains an agreeable tone, but there isn't enough wit in the lines, or enough laughs, or enough insights into the characters. Ann-Margret does look sensational, however. (**)
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