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Skin Deep (Widescreen)


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  • Actors: John Ritter, Vincent Gardenia, Alyson Reed, Joel Brooks, Julianne Phillips
  • Directors: Blake Edwards
  • Writers: Blake Edwards
  • Producers: James G. Robinson, Joe Roth, Tony Adams, Trish Caroselli
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Release Date: June 4 2002
  • Run Time: 97 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000063K2T
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #56,367 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)


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By Eric Medina on May 17 2014
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I remember seeing John Ritter on Three's Company when I was a kid. I immediately found him funny. Again, here is a comedian who left us too soon. This movie (Skin Deep) is hilarious and I recommend it to anyone. You won't regret watching this. It is a really funny movie. R.I.P John Ritter.
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John Ritter stars as Zach who is a womanizing writer/piano player, who has just been caught cheating by his
girlfriend Angela Smith (Denise Crosby from Star Trek the Next Generation who played
Tasha Yar).
What's funny about this is that Zach has a history of womanizing and cheating, in which he has fullfilled the fantasies of every woman he meets, yet he finds himself alone and without someone he can really say he loves, with
the exception of his ex wife.
A bit phased by this Zach continues his lifestyle until he realizes, it is perhaps his ways with women that has resulted in his short relationships. He goes to his friend Barney the bartender (Vincent Gardiana who is best known for
playing the police investigator on the heels of the vigilante killer, Charles Bronson in Death Wish) who gives him
a couple of tips, but none of which help much.
The movie is funny because we see the character of Zach going from one mishap to another like Jack Tripper's character in Three's Company (which Ritter played). In one funny scene,
Zach dates a bodybuilding woman who in his
words leaves his private parts "scared stiff". LOL
Then in one of the more funny scenes, Zach and his female character get caught in the dark by the female's boyfriend, since both of them are wearing glow in the dark condoms!!! It's as funny as it sounds. Blake Edwards who has been making great comedy films for over 20 years, from early hits like
"10", to more modern hits like "Blind Date" and "Skindeep" , has shown that he still has the romantic, comedic
touch.
Very funny movie to watch.
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I've seen this funny Blake Edwards film before. I saw it again recently on television and boy did they edit so much of it. Shortly afterwards, we all got the shocking news that John Ritter unexpectedly died. Interesting time to show this film, er ah, I mean ironic. John Ritter and his work was making a comeback. On television they were showing, The Waltons, Three's Company and the unforgetable film, The Other (1972) in which John Ritter played the role of "Rider". John Ritter had a new tv series called "8 Simple Rules...". It became a hit. While rehearsing the fourth episode of the new season, John became ill and collapsed. Rushed to the hospital. He died during emergency surgery. It was his heart. In artery was leaking blood, a condition that can not be caught in x-rays. A condition John Ritter did not know he had. The whole nation took pause at the passing of John Ritter on September 11, 2003. This 1989 film stars John Ritter as a man going through mid-life crisis. His woman (Denise Crosby, "Star Trek: The Next Generation")catches him with another women first in the kitchen and then in the bedroom. This time she is holding a gun right at him. He sees a psychiatrist to find out what his problem is. He loves women too much, but has such bad luck. THIS MOVIE IS FOR ADULTS ONLY! There are several scenes with John Ritter is wearing a glow-in-the-dark condom. These particular scenes and all nudity are cut out of television prints. This film is brilliantly written and directed by Blake Edwards (husband of Julie Andrews). It is a comedy (like "10" with Dudley Moore and Bo Derek), but it is also serious too. Some good dramatic acting by John Ritter. Cast includes Vincent gardenia, Alyson Reed, Joel Brooks, Dee Dee Rescher and Sherl Lee Ralph. Nice tune by Ivan neville, "Falling Out Of Love". Don Grady (My Three Sons) provided additional music for the movie.
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One of my all time favorite comedies. John Ritter is amazing in this. The direction is flawless.
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By A Customer on Nov. 17 2003
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Funniest film in ages. Laugh-a-minute spoof on a famous pianist with a wandering eye.
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The now-deceased John Ritter is Zachary Hutton,a bearded writer whose passions are booze and beautiful females. First,Hutton's wife Alexandra(or Alex) returns home from a cancelled flight. She finds a jealous female about to fatally shoot Hutton after she(the jealous female) catches him in bed with his female barber. This is where the Huttons' divorce begins. Hutton goes for advice from his bartender buddy Barney(the late Vincent Gardenia,famous for his role of Frank Lorenzo on "All In The Family"). Angry Alex throws Zachary's typewriter out the window and into the swimming pool. Zachary wanted to remain married to Alex so he sought psychiatric help. He started by cutting down on his drinking and eventually cold turkey,quit. Zach found a new girlfriend Molly(Julianne Phillips) and they lived together. She became so angry with him at one point in the film that she set his piano afire while he was playing it!(Zach plays the piano also) The house and Zach's Mercedes both burned down in that fire. He also meets musclebound Loni Jones(she looks like Patrick Swayze!) at Barney's bar where he was playing the piano. They sleep together that night and when Zach awakes the next morning,he does aerobics in her class in his underwear! Next,there the death of his buddy Leon "Sparky" Sparks. Zach attends his funeral with another buddy Jake(Joel Brooks). Alex was at the funeral and she invited Jake over for dinner at her house. Although Zach wasn't invited,he showed up. So at the dinner Zach and Alex chat and Zach says how awful he's felt since their separation. Zach attends a black tie affair at the Century Plaza hotel dressed as a genie! He thought it was a Halloween party. Many of the guests laughed at him,even Jake. Jake nearly went to the affair as a cowboy!Read more ›
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