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Good Evening Vietnam

Released: Jun 01st, 1988
Running Time: 80
Director: Paul Thomas
Company: Western Visuals
Cast: Randy Paul, Siobhan Hunter, Alicia Monet, Round Jeremy, Ona Zee, Jerry Butler, Jacqueline Lorians
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA

Alicia Monet and three gal pals are about to open up a nightclub in warzone Vietnam and find the place looking like it was "kneepalmed."

Renovations complete, the business is lousy, so they take club fliers out to the troops in the field. OK, we're in a battle zone. RFC Randy Paul's wearing hi-top sneakers, Ona Zee's wearing high heels and Round Jeremy's talking about food. Which of the above is true to life?

Once the club's thriving, the sex scenes perk up, particularly an everyone gets into the act, free-for-all highlighted by Randy Paul laying out some scorched earth policy with Jacqueline Lorians.

Monet falls in love with soldier Jerry Butler. She thinks it's "cosmic," he thinks it's bullshit -- that two people just don't fall in love in Vietnam. They talk, they argue and windup doing the hottest scene of the video.

A couple of Army/Navy store gaffes here and there, but there's a pretty serious underlying story here, with a good performance by Butler and some very well shot sex scenes. Technically well-done with a very nice box cover.


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