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Dudley Moore, Julie Andrews and Bo Derek star in this romantic comedy about finding the woman of your dreams. Successful Hollywood composer George Webber (Moore) has everything--money, a beautiful house and a talented, sexy girlfriend--but as he turns 42, he spends his time watching beautiful young women and rating each of them on a scale of 1 to 10. His standards are tough--the Venus de Milo, would only rate a seven. And then George sees a 10. Possessed by her beauty, he will stop at nothing to have her, even though she is on her honeymoon. George's wild quest leads him to a psychiatrist's couch, an afternoon of agony in a dentist's chair and a romantic tropical resort.
© 1979 Orion Pictures Company. All Rights Reserved.
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Blake Edwards' bawdy comedy may not score a perfect 10, but Dudley Moore's self-deprecating performance makes this midlife crisis persistently funny.
June 21, 2017
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Common Sense Says
Dated '70s sex comedy is decidedly not for kids.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that even in this age of raunchy, Apatow-ian humor, this Blake Edwards comedy is decidedly adult. Its themes -- mid-life crises, commitment issues, and the like -- won’t likely appeal to teens. But there’s plenty of nudity -- naked breasts and backsides -- and numerous sexual situations, including the depiction of a sex party. Participants wander around naked and are briefly shown hooking up in twos and sometimes threes. Expect some mild swearing, too (including the occasional "f--k"). More troubling, however, is the downright objectification of women. They're there to star in male fantasies, and though one woman stands up for herself, it hardly makes up for the rest of the movie.
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- Release Date:October 5, 1979
- Audio Format:Stereo
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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