Aroview: Russ Meyer's studio-backed 'sequel' to Jacqueline Susann's soap opera turned the material on its head and sent law suits and Hollywood reeling.
He stirs up a wildly camp concoction of buxom babes, rampant caricatures, cheeseball pop, delirious dialogue, fashion victims, violence, drugs, transexualism, etc., and though it's a barely coherent whole, hindsight has sure compounded its extreme entertainment value.
3 stars (Good Enough) Nothing exceeds like excess. Ruthless satire of the values of the Flower Power Free Love generation. Parodies many film makers of the time, but most notably Alfred Hitchcock. Sets a cracking pace, there's no denying the slickness of the cinematography~TE901