FAST FOOD FAST WOMEN

"Woody Allen Wannabe"

Quality: Content: -4 "ABHORRENT"
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Violence
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Nudity

Content:

(RoRo, PaPaPa, LL, SS, NN, A, D, MM) Romantic worldview with strong pagan elements in the lives of the characters; 18 obscenities & 6 mostly strong profanities; no violence; depicted adultery & fornication; partial nudity, including woman deliberately exposes herself on her fire escape late at night; alcohol use; smoking; and, cheating, prostitution & woman lies down in path of oncoming car, which stops.

Summary:

FAST FOOD FAST WOMEN follows the romantic twists and turns of the over-worked waitress of a Manhattan coffee shop in New York City. There are some sweet moments in this movie, including some unique dating moments between two lovelorn senior citizens, but the rest of this movie degenerates into a seedy series of immoral sexual rendezvous.

Review:

FAST FOOD FAST WOMEN follows the romantic twists and turns of the over-worked waitress of a Manhattan coffee shop in New York City. Played by Anna Thomson, Bella is on the cusp of her 35th birthday. She allows her mother to set her up on a date with Bruno, a cab driver from England and father of two, played by Jamie Harris. Bella begins a guarded courtship with Bruno, even though she’s still seeing a married man named George. Meanwhile, one of Bella’s regular customers, an older man named Paul, responds to a lonely-hearts ad from an older woman, Emily, played by Louise Lasser.
The dating scenes between the older couple and the scenes of Bruno with his two children are sweet. There are also some funny scenes between Paul and two friends of his who regularly visit the coffee shop where Bella works. Regrettably, however, the rest of this movie degenerates into a series of immoral sexual rendezvous, including pathetic visits to a strip club’s inner sanctum by one of Paul’s friends. Thus, there’s an extremely seedy quality to parts of this Woody Allen wannabe movie, including some strong foul language.

In Brief:

FAST FOOD FAST WOMEN follows the romantic twists and turns of the over-worked waitress of a Manhattan coffee shop in New York City. Played by Anna Thomson, Bella is on the cusp of her 35th birthday. She allows her mother to set her up on a date with Bruno, a cab driver from England and father of two, played by Jamie Harris. Bella begins a guarded courtship with Bruno, even though she’s still seeing a married man named George. Meanwhile, one of Bella’s regular customers, an older man named Paul, responds to a lonely-hearts ad from an older woman, Emily, played by Louise Lasser.
The dating scenes between the older couple and the scenes of Bruno with his two children are sweet. There are also some funny scenes between Paul and two elderly friends of his who regularly visit the coffee shop where Bella works. Regrettably, however, the rest of this movie degenerates into a series of immoral sexual rendezvous, including pathetic visits to a strip club’s inner sanctum by one of Paul’s friends. Thus, there’s an extremely seedy quality to parts of this Woody Allen wannabe movie, including some strong foul language.