my Movie

Movie Details

Title:   Group Marriage
Director:   Stephanie Rothman
Year:   1973
Genre:   Sexploitation
Times Seen:   1
Last Seen:   08.30.06

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Notes History
Date Viewed Venue Note
08.30.06Weird Wednesday The Alamo has had the poster for this up in their lobby for like ever... I'm glad they finally played it so I could see it so now I can point at the poster and say "yeah, that's good."

The funny thing about this movie was that it actually WAS good. The script was surprisingly tight and funny (well, the first half... the meandering music montages kinda became more of a presence as the movie went on) and it had a story and the character were decent as well and it was actually funny! and not in a takes-thirty-years-to-appreciate way either.

So aside from the unexpected level of quality, there were also some beautiful beautiful ladies... I guess it does help ease the problems of a 6-person marriage when all the chicks are really foxy... and they were all naked at least once. Even though this movie really isn't that sexploitative, it's nice to have that near-guarantee that we'll at least get to see something. My only regret is that we don't see more of the Black chick working at the car rental place with the computer to keep track of her dates. They should've made a sequel! I'm hard pressed to pick a fave... I don't want to play favorites... My favorite line came fromictoria Vetri (lars described her as tits-on-a-stick thin which is right but in a good way) when the group confronts her about getting it on with complete strangers. One guy says "a marriage is still a marriage, even this." and she kind of shrugs her shoulders and says "I gotta be free" and walks away. YES!

So this was fun... and I contend a good movie even though we talked a bit out in the lobby about how great the weird wendesday crowd usually is... at least for movie-going. They are probably hell on the alamo staff... but for enjoying these movies it's a real treat. For a movie like Pinball Summer to be a good time... that really says something. I can't wait till I get to see Kill or Be Killed with them (ahem!)
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