Casual Sex? Reviews
Born into the AIDS scare era in 1988, this film has little left to recommend it. Several scenes actually play like a public service announcement, and it's a shame that these two comediennes have to be toned-down in order to promote the film's blaring message. The 80s strike back in their full glory of hair-dos, clothes, and music, and the story is so contrived as to be uninteresting. And doesn't it strike anyone as odd that the employees keep hitting on these women?
Overall, an outdated, predictable and downright laughable film about two women abandoning casual sex for true love that fails to rise above being a filmed version of a mediocre stage play.
Lea Thompson (Back to the Future) and Victoria Jackson have some chemistry together and occasionally have moments where their charm and sex appeal are let loose, but overall they're stuck with two bland roles. Andrew Dice Clay stands out as a funny broad New Jersey stereotype, and seeing Jerry Levine pop up as a romantic interest is disconcerting in a humorous way. Unfortunately, aside from a few scenes that attempt to but barely begin to probe the fears and tragedy of AIDS and disease, Casual Sex? pretty much plays out like a typical chick flick. I can't even remember the last R rated film I saw that was so tame.
Two girls give up on the concept of randome love and decide to get in shape .. they go to a weekend health spa only to find Its Co-ed And well I just luv this show .. Its a must see atleast once :)
lay is actually kind of funny in it.
The only decent actor in the whole production is Lea Thompson and the rest tend to get irritating.
Basically the story of 2 sexually frustrated women trying get the right guy, it's a useless film really that's just cheap entertainment it's no Mona Lisa Smile. Nothing horrible but nothing great either....