The Overseas Employment agency in London places four foreign mini-skirted cuties in au pair jobs around the city. They are hired to do housework, but end up working overtime for their lucky employers, spending their off-hours in go-go clubs realizing their fantasies of life in swinging London. All four homes are turned upside-down by these super-cool sexually liberated women, and neither they, nor the country, will ever be the same again.
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September 25th, 2012
It's the unofficial beginning of the Christmas Shopping Season. Starting the rush this year is The Avengers, which broke records at the box office and will likely do the same on the home market. It is clearly a contender for Pick of the Week, but I'm not sure if the Blu-ray Combo Pack or the 3D Combo Pack is the better deal. The only other contender for Pick of the Week is Bond: 50 on Buy from Amazon. However, it's a double-dip... or triple-dip. I've lost count. In the end, I'm going with The Avengers on 3D Combo Pack. It's only $5 more, so it is worth future-proofing.
September 23rd, 2012
I think it is safe to say that pornography has never been more mainstream, at least when it comes to pornographic movies. Today porn is a billion dollar industry. (Although I'm having trouble pinning down the exact number, as everyone seems to have a vested interested in exaggerating the number. People in the industry want to make it seem bigger than it is to inflate their financial influence, while those fighting against porn want to make it seem like a bigger problem than it is.) While today anyone with an internet connection can easily find more porn than they could possibly watch in a lifetime, 40 years ago it was just becoming something people would acknowledge existed. Many filmmakers wanted to tap into this market to make money, but were unwilling to go all the way with porn. Hence the appearance of the sex farce. Au Pair Girls is one such film. I have absolutely no advance knowledge of this film and had never heard of it till I was offered a chance to review it. Is it actually a good movie? Or was the promise of titillation the only reason anyone would watch it? Does it hold up nearly 40 years later? Or does it feel dated?
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