I get a huge kick out of people who bash movies like "Showgirls" and "Poison Ivy" for being "inappropriate" or for in any way taking these movies at all seriously. People that do are hypocrites. They want to be cultured snobs but are too lazy to read books so they demand and expect movies and television shows to provide that intellectual stimulation, and are aghast when it doesn't work out that way. Get over yourselves. Movies are made for entertainment, "escapism" if you will, not to be some big life-changing thing. Just enjoy this movie for its campiness and delightful ridiculousness, and for the fact that Gina Gershon and Elizabeth Berkley are perpetually naked, and therefore, burning hot.