French director Roger Vadim pillages his own grave in this nominal re-make of his 1956 creamy sensation And God Created Woman -- the film that made Brigitte Bardot an international star. Unfortunately, he is unable to do the same thing for the cool and cryptic Rebecca DeMornay in this version. DeMornay plays an escaped convict who lands in the limousine of New Mexico gubernatorial candidate Frank Langella and seduces him. For some inexplicable reason, she turns into a hot singing act. DeMornay also seduces innocent stud carpenter Vincent Spano along the way and suckers the poor guy into marrying her so that she can get an early parole. But the joke is on him when she announces that their marriage does not include sexual relations. ~ Paul Brenner, Rovi
If you turn it off after the first 25 minutes, you'll miss some of the best scenes. ;-)
Actually, I rented this because I remember watching it several times as a teen but I didn't remember any of the movie between the 3 or 4 decent sex scenes. I guess I didn't miss much really.
Utterly Insiped - This Moveie Should Never Have Been Made.
Yes, Rebecca De Mornay is pretty with a hot body. But in order to have some degree of merit, a movie must have something more than just a pretty face and hot body. Doesn't it? If you answer is "No," and you don't mind a complete and utter lack of a script, rational direction or acting, this movie is for you! This movie was soooo bad I turned it off after 25 minutes.