| I just don't know about this one. Though I would
normally be jumping out of my chair for some free T&A, I don't know
if I can sit through 90-minutes of it. With a script written by the repeatedly
ex-playmate Jenny McCarthy, Dirty
Love looks like an American Pie written from
the side of hot women. Sure, this sounds like a good thing, but it also
has Carmen Electra trying to be ghetto.
Dirty Love Clip
One may never be so confused over such a senseless
film. Dirty Love is a romance comedy without much of the romance.
In its place lies gratuitous humor, which can be an excellent perk for the
males and lesbians out there.
Sometimes a girl has to get a little down and dirty before she can find
pure love. In the slapstick comedy, Dirty Love, Jennifer McCarthy
is gorgeous, goofy, and gross all at once in this hilarious take on one
woman's chaotic quest for true love. It's a knowing, funny, trashy, guilty
pleasure, in the spirit of Porky's and National Lampoon, only this time,
it's through the eyes of one of America's cover girls: Jenny McCarthy. Rebecca
(Jenny) is devastated when she comes home one night and finds Richard (Victor
Webster), her supermodel boyfriend, engaged in sexual acrobatics with another
woman in their bed. To mend her broken heart, she takes a strange and wild
trip of funny sexual encounters that includes putting basses in asses and
pulling hanker-chiefs out.
There are T&A alerts all over Dirty Love
To be honest, I can go either way with this film.
Either my perverted side will join the ranks of Jenny McCarthy and Carmen
Electra and help me enjoy the film from beginning to end, or my straight-up
moviegoer side will stomp this movie right out. Considering that Dirty
Love is strictly a limited release, I may just have to wait till the
film arrives on DVD.
To watch the trailer for Dirty Love, click on either of the two
Dirty Love comes to theatres tomorrow, September 23rd.
For more clips, extended preview, movie info and synopsis, go to the Dirty
Love Movie Page.
Stay tuned for updates.