DVD - 2003
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"George is one of L.A.'s most desirable men, a Beverly Hills hairdresser who makes all his female clients look, and feel, better than ever. Encouraged by his girlfriend Jill to open his own salon, George approaches conservative businessman Lester for financing. Unbeknownst to Lester, George is sleeping with his wife, his mistress and his teenage daughter"--Container


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Sep 10, 2018

A great film. Insightful, rueful. "marvelboy888" doesn't know what he's typing about.

Mar 19, 2014

I liked this slightly more the second time around, but the central problem remains the same: Warren Beatty's lead performance. He's such a complete nonentity, no so much an idiot but rather a Frankenstein's monster. He hobbles around the movie acting as if even the most basic human interactions are unfathomable and baffling. The rest of the supporting cast tries to save it, and between Julie Christie's glam sauciness, Goldie Hawn's carping innocence, Lee Grant's desperate iciness, and Jack Warden's sleazy truthfulness they nearly pull it off. All four performances vacillate between hilarious and humanizing moments, but when they are in relation to Beatty it always feels slight half-hearted. With Beatty in the lead, most scenes of this film are dull as hell, it would all work better if he was an offscreen character the three central ladies fought over. Yawn.


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Mar 19, 2012

A bed-hopping Beverly Hills hairdresser loses his ex-mistress, his current girlfriend, and his banker's wife in his attempt to get the money to set up his own shop.
Warren Beatty, Julie Christie, Goldie Hawn, Lee Grant, Jack Warden.

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