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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Total Fun, Even if You're Not an Elvis Fan. March 26 2006
By Lovely to See You - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I didn't think much of My Big Fat Greek Wedding, but I liked this movie a lot. I bought it yesterday at this writing for 5 bucks at a local video store, and found myself laughing a lot. I don't know if it helps not to be an Elvis fan, but even if you are, let's admit it: there are too many knockoffs of the King running around--lots of them truly as bad as what are portrayed in this offering--and as Basinger's character says in the end, he's probably not too happy about it.

I became a Basinger fan when I saw the movie Nadine back in 1987, and it's wonderful to see her in another romantic comedy. Even better this time, because there isn't a bunch of swearing. I think the last good comedy I saw her in was My Stepmother is An Alien, and that was laugh-out-loud funny too. This one's been long overdue, and she is just wonderful in it as Pink Lady sales rep Harmony Jones. I would also like to point out that the woman is still a gorgeous knockout for her age--even better than most of today's younger starlets. Her character is amusingly glam looking, yet clean cut, completely feminine, and that's what makes her comedic performance twice as good. Corbett makes a handsome match for her as he, as well as the FBI, chases her around the country--both of them driving great looking convertibles--and the romance has a sweet clean, almost yesteryear appeal that you won't be afraid to let your older relatives watch.

Joel Zwick came up with a great concept here; Elvis impersonators getting killed off at random in some very silly and hilarious ways everytime Harmony gets within 3 feet of them, and a love affair Harmony keeps running from because she thinks Corbett is another Elvis impersonator when, in fact, it's his estranged wife (Denise Richards). I have to admit I wasn't expecting much when I bought it off the bargain rack, but was pleasantly surpirsed last night. It's not deep, it's not earth shattering, but it's the most clean fun I've had in a long time, and I recommend it highly no matter what your age. Also, if you like Basinger in comedy roles using her natural Georgia-born accent, you will like her and Jeff Bridges in Nadine.
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Too good for straight to DVD March 30 2006
By Joe O. Marcom - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
First, I rented this movie; then I ordered a copy for my personal collection. I liked it that much. If you're a fan of The King, you will want to see it; if you're not (how could you?), it still has a better storyline and more humor than much of what does make it to the big screen.

Kim Basinger also graced the film with her combination of beauty and a talent for comedy not seen since "Nadine" or "My Stepmother Is An Alien". She should do this more often.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
The film industry seems to be wising up. Aug. 10 2005
By Nikita - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Nowadays, it is rare that a movie is produced which doesn't have shooting, cursing, and overt sex in it. This movie was a wonderful return to how movies were once made. I applaud the film industry for giving us a more innocent & fun film for those of us who are more mature adults (over 35). Loved it!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
GOOD FUN FILM June 30 2012
By THE MOVIE GUY - Published on Amazon.com
While most straight to DVD films are not worth watching, this one is the exception.

Kim Basinger plays a "Pink Lady" (Mary Kay) cosmetic sales lady who had met Elvis as a child. During her recent travels Elvis impersonators around her die from freak accidents. She falls in love with John Corbett (love at first sight) who she believes is also an Elvis impersonator because he carries around an Elvis suit which belongs to his soon to be ex-wife Denise Richards. The acting is pure ham, such as in Mars Attacks. The accents are overly done. The FBI agents hunting the pair are comical. The concept is original. The cast is full of stars (Tom Hanks, Sean Astin, Angie Dickinson, Billy Ray Cyrus, Pat Morita). The dialogue is so-so, perhaps the weakest aspect of the movie. The Elvis impersonators were so bad, you wanted them to die.

Thank you. Thank you very much.
I loved this movie. March 7 2014
By Sueg - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This is a funny movie. Kim has a company that sells make-up. So she goes around to different cities trying to sell her make-up. Well she goes into this one lounge and there is the trouble man trying to be Elvis. He talks into helping him improve his looks with this make-up. She agrees to help him not realizing that he really was going to put the moves on her. So she goes to do what ever at this sink and the next thing you know the guy lights up a cig. and he starts to drink. He lies down pours some booze on himself, drops the cig and falls asleep on the bed. He sets himself on fire and dies. She hurries and leaves the scene and comes across another Elvis. He has car trouble. So she tries to help him and he dies. This how it went for a while. She finally meets this handsome young man and she really likes him until he pulls out a suit that makes her think that he dresses up to be Elvis. She didn't realize that it was for his soon to be ex-wife. She does eventually find out and the do end up going out.

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