Don't Do It (1994)

R   |    |  Comedy, Romance

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The secret longings of three young, hip L.A. couples provides the impetus of the conversations in lightweight drama which focuses upon the issue of commitment. One member of each couple, ... See full summary »


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18 August 2019 | inkblot11
| Don't view it, period; attractive cast, however
Suzanna (Heather Graham) has begun to ask her boyfriend, Dodger (James Le Gros) for a semi-commitment. Yet, Dodger is very reluctant to commit to anything, as he is still rather hung up on his old girlfriend, Alicia. Therefore, although S and D do move in together, domestic bliss is elusive. Meanwhile, Alicia has moved on to a gentleman named Robert, a musician and her commitment is getting deeper. She has just discovered she is pregnant and doesn't know how to break the news. Two girl hungry males (Balthazar Getty and Robert/Alexis Arquette) cruise the streets and talk about their past relationships. Finally, a handsome gentleman, Charles (Esai Morales) spies a beautiful blonde, Michelle (Sheryl Lee) watching him shoot pool. He shows off, winning a match which brings down the wrath of his opponent. As the defeated one rushes off to bring his co-horts back to pound Charles, C and M get to know each other and like what they find. But, Charles was once involved with Suzanna and Michelle with Robert. IT'S COMPLICATED FOLKS! BUT, NO ONE REALLY CARES. This lame musical chairs romcom has one thing going for it; an attractive cast. Yet, even they can't muster much life into crazy lines and situations, with big boring spaces in between. Ok, maybe the scenery in LA is nice, too, at times, and the costumes are fetching. But, here 90 minutes seems like five hours. This viewer likes many genres and styles yet there is nothing to say for this one except: DON'T VIEW IT.

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