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Some Kind of Woman

Some Kind of Woman

Released Mar 01st, 1986
Running Time 80
Directors Guido (I), Joe Williams
Company Caballero
Cast Amber Lynn, Herschel Savage, Ginger Lynn
Critical Rating A 1/2
Genre Film



Playboy. Entrepreneur. Film Producer. Duke Hamilton is found dead at the "supreme moment of sexual excitement." And this film should have been laid to rest along with him. It attempts to have a second coming, but gets nailed, as Duke's boring, obnoxious "best friend" and go-fer (Herschel Savage) relates his buddy's life story of fun and games on a Carson-like talk show (if this is fun, I'll take two weeks vacation in Newark). They use flashbacks to illustrate various sexual exploits, but most border on the non-erotic.

I know the directors wanted these guys to be the sexual equivalents of Butch and Sundance. Yet, I kept hoping they'd get to the cliff, jump off and miss the river. Can you imagine Paul Thomas' character getting laid as Herschel just sits there, watching him with his famous bored look. Is he a geek? Even Thomas, usually a great stud, looks bored. Even his opening encounter with Ginger Lynn is bad; given we can't see anything from the distance it's shot.

Harry Reems takes a short part in this subpar film, but does little to enhance it. The directors try to create a rich, classy, glamorous atmosphere and some unique settings, but they forget to show the sex from angles that are not stagnant. Perhaps a better little would be Lifestyles of the Dull and Shameless; and believe me, Some Kind of Woman is not the type you'd want to bring home to mother... or anyone else, for that matter.

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