Forever bungling private investigator Henry Brilliant has been hired by Maxine de la Hunt to protect her stepdaughter Marigold during her trip to Denmark. A real caring parent should have ... See full summary »
After his mother dies and father goes to fight in World War II, a young boy moves in with his aunt and uncle who live in the countryside. Lonely and unhappy, he starts believing he has super powers. Then a "dead" man shows up.
Robin shares a ride in her car from NYC to LA with Jane. They stop at Jane's friend's place in Pittsburg and take her with them west, making a long stop in Tucson. The 3 very different women become close friends.
A college professor's day: his top student allegedly commits suicide, his wife presents him with divorce papers and he overnights in a freshman girl's dorm. The next day: more murders around him. Will he find the killer in time?
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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Victoria Jackson explained why she took the role of an an awkward, shy type with little sexual experience in a 1988 interview. ''My manager read the script and gave it to me,'' Jackson said, ''and I read it and said, `I have to be Melissa.` Whenever you see sex in a movie, it`s always glamorized, and this was so real. She (the character) is insecure, and I related to that; I was a late developer. I was raised a Baptist, and I believe in the Bible, and I didn`t go through the `70s sleeping around. But no matter who or what you are, you`re going to have sex, and, initially, it`s going to be awkward.'' 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 »
Y'know, I used to have it all figured out. It's like women changed when I had my back turned.
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A mildly amusing sex comedy. Lea Thompson was OK, and Andrew Dice Clay pretty good here. I thought that Victoria Jackson was the real star here, though. She seems to have disappeared since then. I would have liked to have seen more of her. I can only recommend it casually, though.
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