Lulu Danger's unsatisfying marriage takes a turn for the worse when a mysterious man from her past comes to town to perform an event called "An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn; For One Magical Night Only."
Part relationship drama and part sex comedy follows a middle-aged man who loves women and sex and can't stop cheating. He gets a divorce from his angry wife, but then cheats on his lovers. However, one of them decides to get even.
A merchant marries a woman who looks exactly like his former lover, who died because of him. But the man has a morbid jealousy, he sees a rival in every man. Then he asks an attractive man ... See full summary »
The super-fool Jim, a West Coast stockbroker, has newly separated from his wife, Gail. He's more than ready to be suckered when shapely mall sylph Ellie slips him a note reading "Save me." She angers Jim with woeful reports of abuse at the hands of her live-in lover, psychiatrist Oliver. Soon, a car chases Jim and shots are fired at him. Jim is meant to believe Moran is the attacker. Yeah, right. After Moran is killed by an unseen someone with Jim's gun, our hero is further bamboozled by foreign-accented phone calls that threaten to tell the cops. Jim can't imagine who this interloper could be, though a few scenes earlier his reptilian office nemesis Robbins had declared for the umpteenth time his intent to nail Jim and get Ellie all to himself.Written by
One of the curses of the night owl life is that movies like this surface on the cables at 3am, and for whatever reason I must watch the whole bleepin' thing sunrise be-darned.
I saw this on, what else, the Showtime Women's channel. I hate to admit it but I agree with the IMDb reviewer from 1999: the only reason to watch this nonsense from start to finish is to see Lysette Anthony naked. Everything in between is the bonehead self-absorbed stuff that burns through the Gross Domestic Product of whole countries in a Hollywood week. I can not believe people get paid to do this stuff.
Whatever else there is to say about this, it is always good to see Steve Railsback on screen, even when his dialogue is worthy of a 7th grade playwright. This is a really stupid movie, full of zero- quality acting.
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