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Blue Jeans

Released: Aug 01st, 1983
Running Time: 75
Director: John Christopher
Company: Uncredited
Cast: David Messa, Brooke Bennet, Rom Jeremy, Sharon Kane
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Are you looking for an XXX movie with great looking women, find looking men, erotic sex scenes, big laughs and a lot of fun? If so, then Blue Jeans fits your needs. Blue Jeans is the latest film by John Christopher, and it's quite a surprise. It is irreverent, sexy, and enjoyable; a XXX romantic comedy set amidst the fashion world.

Gene (David Messa) is the head designer and owner of Blue Jeans, a fashion company that makes blue jeans, the hottest designer pants around. He's about to present a fashion show, which, if successful, could mean millions of dollars of orders for his company. His wife, Debbie (Brooke Bennet), runs their suburban home, although jogging, tennis, and aerobic dancing leave her little time for most household chores. But their marriage is very important to them.

Gene's ever-horny secretary (Sharon Kane) is all over her boss, but he shrugs her off. Debbie's old flame Tony is back in town, but she doesn't give in to his advances. Sound too good to be true? You bet! Right before the big fashion show, Ellie manages to get Gene's blue jeans off and give him a good luck present. Debbie walks in on them, and after a few drinks, marches off to be consoled by Tony (in his hotel suite bed, of course.)

Debbie returns home to think over Tony's offer to spend their lives together, when her sister Cindy (Sharon Mitchell) arrives for a visit. Cindy is perpetually drugged-up and can't keep her hands off anything that moves. This makes for a great reunion for the two sisters who show, very explicitly, how much they missed each other.

Gene keeps trying to make up with Debbie, Rick the houseboy (Ron Jeremy) keeps trying to cook a meal, the head of the biggest overseas account is coming to dinner and Tony keeps calling Debbie. What will happen? Will Gene and Debbie make up, or will she run off with Tony? Will Ellie finally get her man? Will Rick ever get to dessert? Will Cindy keep the overseas executive happy? Blue Jeans is the perfect x-rated soaper.

Aside from a fine script, Blue Jeans boasts a wonderful cast. They work together like an ensemble, in perfect time and rhythm. David Messa and Brooke Bennet serve as the perfect boils for the supporting cast, and they really steal the show. Sharon Kane oozes sexuality as Ellie, the secretary who just can't wait to get the boss alone. And Ron Jeremy is finally in his element. His latest roles have been serious and have not shown him at his best. Here's a revelation. Jeremy's sense of comic timing is evident throughout; it's one of his finest roles. Director John Christopher (Babe) seems to give all the actors free reign, and what results is one of the best-acted efforts I've seen in a long while.

Because of its fine story, Blue Jeans makes for an excellent film for couples to see. The sex, while very hot, is generally straight and not raunchy. There is practically nothing in this that one might find offensive. From the opening theme to the close, it is enjoyable and fun.

Blue Jean isn't great art – it's great entertainment. It fits my bill of fare.


 

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David Messa
Brooke Bennet
Rom Jeremy
Sharon Kane
John Christopher

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