If you like trash, you'll love Gentle, but ...
Strongly criticised by the catholic film-service for its nudity content, it's not even worth for any professional critic to be even ignored, and it actually the nudity what it's best in this opus. As a late example of the "old-men's-jokes-with-nude-girls-films", popular in the 70s, it stars a large range of B-scale (naw, Z-scale) celebrities who act worse than a primary school's theatre group. The excessive use of late 70s slang, or what old men consider as such, ancient jokes and pseudo-obscenities (the film is rated 12 and above as it only features some nudity) can't bring any excitement. The few "sketches" are both badly written and even worse acted. But the worst of this film insulting intelligence, is the soundtrack, plastic pop as bad as possible. I have to admit, I watched the film with comments from a comedian (a real one) and the presenter, so it was possible to abide it, without the extra comment you will face 86 minutes of boredom, at least with titties. A platinum razzy.
- May 8, 2004
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