Four men meet each week to exchange blow-by-blow accounts of their most recent conquests, only to all fall for Mia, a sex-bomb out to redress the gender balance.
Apparently, writer/director Peter M. Cohen based this tale of sexual politics on his own friends and experiences. Fascinating. Although, it does beg the question that if this bunch of moronic scumbags does resemble Cohens pals, why exactly does he want to publicise the fact?
Brad (Van Holt), Zeke (Barber), Jonathan (Abrahams) and married cling-on Eric (Domke) meet each week to exchange blow-by-blow (oh, tee-bleedin-hee) accounts of their most recent conquests, only to all fall for Mia (Peet), a sex-bomb out to redress the gender balance.
Offensively puerile and packed with woeful performances - Peet may have Julia Roberts-lite looks, but one more turkey like this may well spell the inevitable end - this is a truly hateful little piece of work. Go and play in the traffic instead.