Disappointing sequel in which the well-to-do lush is forced to get a job after losing his fortune to his ex-fiancee's vengeful father.
Fair remake of the 1977 French serio-comedy about a man's incurable obsession with beautiful women.
Serio-comic look at several days in the life of an affluent but troubled Malibu family. Featuring Edwards' family members and friends!
The Stains (Diane Lane, Laura Dern, Marin Kantor) discover their cult following, The Looters (Ray Winstone, Paul Simonon, Steve Jones, Paul Cook) argue and Lawnboy (Barry Ford) goes rasta in Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains, 1982.
John Fee Waybill of The Tubes (as Lou Corpse) taunts rival English punk rocker Billy (Ray Winstone) on the tour bus in Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains, 1982.
Corinne (Diane Lane) has a revelation leading to a music-business success montage starring herself and bandmates Laura Dern and Marin Kanter in Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains, 1982.
Corinne (Diane Lane) wants to make a phone call and Jessica (Laura Dern) wants to change her name, to the disgust of Linda (Christine Lahti) and Brenda (Janet Wright) in Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains, 1982.
John Fee Waybill of The Tubes (as Lou Corpse) finds a dead bandmate, as Ray Winstone (as Billy) and The Stains (Diane Lane, Marin Kanter and Laura Dern) act sullen in Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains, 1982.
Ray Winstone (as Billy) fronts The Looters, featuring Sex Pistols Steve Jones (Guitar) and Paul Cook (Drums), Paul Simonon (of The Clash, Bass) and fan Diane Lane (as Corinne) in Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains, 1982.
The first performance by Corrine (Diane Lane) and her group bombs until she throws a fashion tantrum, to the horror of bandmates (Laura Dern and Marin Kanter) in Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains, 1982.
Going Shopping -- A clothing designer tries to save her struggling boutique store by having a tumultuous weekend sale of her shop's inventory by playing on the addictions of shopping for the women of Beverly Hills.
That's Life -- Alone in a dreary hotel room with only a television, 30-year-old Guy Loring is forced to deal with the loss of his girlfriend and the world's suffocating assumption that he killed her. Some days it feels like the whole world is out to get you and some days the world actually is out to get you. Today is one of those days for Guy Loring.
Going Shopping -- 'Holly G. (Victoria Foyt) is a successful clothing designer with her own boutique. In the course of a tumultuous Mother's Day weekend she is confronted with deceit, elation, desperation, kleptomania, rebellion, addiction and passion, all the while under pressure to save her business and her family in just three days! In addition to a compelling story line, the comedy is peppered with poignant testimonials from the woman within the film who 'confess' the real and all too often unacknowledged role that shopping plays in their lives.'
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