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Skin Deep
(1989)

A highly underrated film.
This is a very funny film that should appeal to people that have faced the lure of adultery, substance abuse or an approaching mid-life crisis. John Ritter is at his best as Zach, a married 42- year old that has trouble keeping his clothes on when around women other than his wife. The late Vincent Gardenia is terrific as the bartender. All of the women in this film, including the bodybuilder are beautiful. The tag line for this film is "the comedy that glows in the dark", which is an allusion to one of the funniest scenes that I have ever seen. Catch this film if you can as it is currently out of print. A highly underrated comedy!

Skin Deep
(1989)

A highly underrated film.
This is a very funny film that should appeal to people that have faced the lure of adultery, substance abuse or an approaching mid-life crisis. John Ritter is at his best as Zach, a married 42- year old that has trouble keeping his clothes on when around women other than his wife. The late Vincent Gardenia is terrific as the bartender. All of the women in this film, including the bodybuilder are beautiful. The tag line for this film is "the comedy that glows in the dark", which is an allusion to one of the funniest scenes that I have ever seen. Catch this film if you can as it is currently out of print. A highly underrated comedy!

Pitch Black
(2000)

This is one terrific science-fiction film!
Pitch Black is an incredibly creative and entertaining sci-fi thriller. It kept me on the edge of my seat throughout the the last half of the film. Vin Diesel shines as the criminal Riddick, but it's Rhadha Mitchell as "Captain" Frye, who lends her incredible sexuality to the film and steals the show. Keith David also adds his distinctive mark to this film as Imam. Much like Starship Troopers, you can't get too close to any one character because they might not be around for very long. I would wholeheartedly recommend this film to anyone who is a true science-fiction fan!

The Electric Grandmother
(1982)

One of the best made-for-television movies ever!
The Electric Grandmother is one of the best made-for-televsion movies ever. I have been searching for a copy of this film ever since I got children of my own. This is a wonderful family film that stresses that love goes on forever, no matter who, or what you really are. Someone should make this film available for purchase or at least run it on The Family Channel or as an after school

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