Sleazy, thoroughly enjoyable 1980s “women in prison/nuthouse” flick.
Run for cover… This is no ordinary day in the sun! Let’s say goodbye to the 1980s in style.
A light and breezy romantic comedy that pulls its ideas from everything else popular at the time…and with a pop-star lead to sell it.
Ah yes, the Picasso Trigger. It’s high art!
And you thought your family had problems.
Greta, you’re no Cujo. But you’re pretty cute. It’s the best you can do when your film is produced by…a construction company?
“I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass. And I’m all out of bubblegum.”
Those eyes…those green laser eyes…
Before starting this review, let’s hit the Jacuzzi. I do my best thinking there.
A near-perfect definition of cliche ’80s action and historically significant for soon-to-be-defunct production company, Lorimar.