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I'm not going to say this is a good movie, but it's not quite as bad as a lot of the ratings would indicate. What makes this mediocre film appear to be even less than mediocre is the fact that the 80's just didn't age well. If the flick comes off as cheesy and shallow, well... the 80's were largely cheesy and shallow. Just my opinion as one cat who survived them.
80'lerin kalça&salça filmlerinden.
One of the most underappreciated films of the 80's and of Travolta's career. The plot is based on the real life Rolling Stone articles of the late 70's and the film is a good representation of the times.
An unrecognized film, destroyed by the critics, and yet it is a very good movie : a cult film.
Pathetic excuse for filmmaking but it did expose Jann Wenner for the big old girl that he was years before he actually "came out", which is amusing
Katsoin taman elokuvan lahinna tiukkojen liikuntakohtausten takia.
A Rolling Stone reporter tackles the "pick up bars of the 80's", health clubs. Only in the 1980's did we get this material. Has better than anticipated character development and Jamie Lee Curtis is in outstanding shape here.
I am guessing that cinematographer Gordon Willis had to shoot this and another turkey, "The Money Pit," to atone for his comparing himself to Rembrandt! As you can imagine, it's a superficial story about health clubs being single's bars. But, in the hands of serious director James Bridges, it's trying to be a movie about journalistic ethics. Of course, it doesn't work, and is considered to be one of the 80's greatest flops. The cheesy 80's music and costumes eternally date the movie and make it only a superficial document of the decade.
Not as horrible as its reputation, but not ridiculous enough to be "so bad it's good."