(Looking over the list of things you cited as examples why this film needs to be watched, I couldn't help but notice a couple of odd choices.
While there's nothing odd about savouring women in white gloves or forthright women with bright gold pussy hair, citing "bland Italian women" seemed a little strange.
And get this, cocaine is ingested and heads are severed.
(Wow, this film sounds like a real winner.) You got that right.
The fact that I'm wasting everyone's time talking about Frances Fisher's gloves in The next morning, a hungover Tim wakes up to find a tattoo on his arm, bloody clothes in his jeep and a severed head in a bag in the hole out in the woods where he keeps his stash. She's not blonde (he pussy hair was probably never bright gold), she's not sultry (she wears frumpy sweaters), she doesn't do cocaine (it's 1987, honey, do some cocaine), and she's not leggy (she wears pants in every scene).
Now, I don't want to say what the tattoo said or whose severed head it was in the hole, but let's just say Tim's life is about to get complicated. Ipso facto, you're not going to get any praise thrown your way.
If, say, you looked and acted the way you did in While that's as good as any reason to watch this film.
However, I think the film definitely has more to offer than awkward Ryan O'Neil line readings.
(Hmm, it would seem, judging by the words you have typed so far, that you were quite taken with the performance given by Debra Sandlund as Patty Lareine, is this an accurate statement? Yes, I was quite taken with her performance; one minute, she's uncouth and vulgar, and the next she's the poster girl for elegance and sophistication. (I say, don't you think calling a thong skimpy is a tad redundant? I just like to latch onto something, whether it be a sultry blonde, a leggy blonde, or a blonde who is both sultry and leggy, in the early going as insurance.
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I don't want to live in a world where gay men can't feel up their gal pal's shapely knees in public.
is wearing white gloves when she enters the pub, yet they're conspicuously missing as the scene progresses.
) I guess, but there was hardly anything to this thong. (Fair enough.) Falling in love with Patty Lareine the moment I laid eyes on her at the cocaine party, it's clear that Debra Sandlund is going to be my ticket to making it through this film unscathed. And I think I might need some, some insurance, that is, for this film, as I don't know how much more I can take of Ryan O'Neil's mopey-looking mug.