The story follows two guys one perv liquor store clerk and one straight laced fiance, as they are transported to an alternative porn world via a special porn flick booth. There are of course tons of beautiful, scantily clad ladies in this world that lead a life of washing cars in bikinis and eating whipped cream off each other. Apparently, our two characters are destined to learn about themselves in this world in order to get back to theirs. Along the way we see lots of ladies sans clothing doing all the stereotypical dumb things one would rent a B-movie skinemax film for.
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This review is from: Deep In The Valley (Unrated) (DVD) Excellent movie for what it is. Not five star but entertaining,with some nudity and plenty of beauty, lots of comedy!
Not to be confused with the thriller "Down In the Valley" (2005), "Deep in the Valley" (2009) appears to be intended as a comedy. Not exactly a teen comedy but there is certainly some "attempt" at humor in the movie; which somehow manages to be both sleazy and sterile. Some have disputed this genre classification but I remain convinced that the movie was originally intended to be a comedy.Imagine that instead of visiting interesting historical figures, the guys in "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure" (1989) went to see the assortment of bimbos and airheads that hung around BAIT magazine publisher Jerry Caesar's mansion in Dragnet (1987). Best friends Carl (Brendan Hines) and Lester (Chris Pratt) are sucked through a video booth into a parallel dimension that exists within the fictional story lines and silly rules of the adult film world.In the hands of a competent Writer/Director the concept has some potential. In the hands of someone like Christian Forte it is a predictable crash and burn. You wonder if this was pitched as a "Springtime for Hitler" tax dodge, with Forte being the guarantee of failure for a slippery group of investors. Calling it wildly uneven in the comedy department would be a stretch because the comedic hits are more like near misses.Amazingly, considering its dead in the water first hour, "Deep In the Valley" actually is front end loaded, with the wheels falling off completely during the last 30 minutes.I believe that the "Deepness" in Forte's title refers to his intention to anchor the movie in an "American Pie" type cute love story. This involves Carl falling in love with one of the porn babes, Kate Albrecht, who saps the energy from any scene in which she appears. Although predictable and boring, the romance does have the redeeming quality of being set up by scenes between Carl and his shrewish girlfriend Tracy back in the real world. Tracy is nicely played by Charlotte Salt, a bit like Emma Thompson inexplicably appearing on "Hannah Montana". Her appearance here might cause a surge in the sales of televisions "Wildfire" series, which are now out on DVD, from those who otherwise would never have seen this British actress.An unintended result is that the buttoned down Tracy comes across as sexier than any of the fantasy girls except perhaps Blanco Soto's character Suzi Diablo. After watching the cast interviews in the DVD's special features section, I was convinced that this was because Salt and Soto were the only members of the ensemble intelligent enough to have some fun with their parts. Scott Caan also falls into this select group of legit actors.I continue to believe that these relatively professionally made exploitation films would benefit from having a titillation expert on staff, someone who understands what the target demographic will get off on. Like most of this stuff, "Deep In The Valley" is so busy moving from segment to segment that anything that might be hot appears for just a few fleeting seconds. And they wonder why these things lose money.The special features include a cute "Naked Commentary" in which a naked lady pops up on occasion with a relevant factoid.Then again, what do I know? I'm only a child.
This review is from: Deep In The Valley (Unrated) (DVD) As long as you are not expecting an academy award winning movie when you pick this up, you should be rather pleased with yourself. One of the hardest laughs I'd had in a while!
I had SO MUCH FUN watching this movie. First when it started I thought it was going to be bad. But as I continued to watch, I realized how simple everything was. The movie is about our average lives. Not every one of us has everything they want. Bad relationships, life suck. Most of us have this childish common dream(which you will find out more about in the movie). It surely is unbelievable, but yet the movie is so good and hilarious. It has a very good cast and a simple plot. The movie is just awesome! Guess it's going to be one of my favorites : )
In the UK this film has been retitled 'American Hot Babes'. I was idlythumbing through LoveFilm and switched on, expecting to turn it offafter the first two minutes. I've been fooled by DVD covers with thepromise of comedy and sexy people on a white background before, withfilms that have been neither funny or sexy.Lots of attractive young women willing to appear semi or half nakedmeans that the film wins on the sexy front. However, after the conceptof two guys stuck in an alternate porn film dimension is introduced,the events are necessary to parody but the predictability reduces thelaughs and it's obviously difficult to squeeze many jokes out of theconcept and its accompanying paint-by-numbers maturation plot.On a positive note, the production design was very pleasing to the eye,if you can tear them from the exposed flesh on view, but the acting wasthe biggest pleasant surprise. Previous experience has led me to expectweak or over-the-top performances but the cast here are good and thereare some faces that you'd expect nothing less from.An easy watch for the intended audience but it needed stronger comedymoments.
The description about the movie sounded like it would make a good comedy for brainless entertainment."Brainless" is the word for it.The story is kind of flimsy: "Two guys get transported into another universe where all the women act out porn movie scenarios. They try to use that to their advantage but something always goes wrong. They eventually make it back to the "real world"..... yadda yadda yadda.I wasn't expecting much out of the movie to begin with, but after getting a few minutes into it I realized this wasn't going to live up to my usual low standards.I'm not a movie snob, by any means, but after watching this once I know I won't be seeing it again. It just isn't worth a second viewing in my opinion.The main characters, a couple of guys, are predictably gullible but never seem to really make me feel like rooting for them. I could care less about what happens to them in a universe filled with sex-hungry women.The women are attractive, but mostly uninspiring. They're basically just fluff and nothing worth getting worked up about. In fact, even Denise Richards seems like a last minute thought for being in this film.There are some funny moments, but most of the movie is just sort of "run of the mill".I like B-movies, but this one was more like a "C-" or a "D".I bought it cheap, so I'm glad I didn't spend full price for it. More than likely I'll pass this one off at a yard sale soon.