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Alfredo Garcia's avatar

Alfredo Garcia

"I'm of legal age for whiskey, voting and loving. Now the next election is two years away, and my love life ain't getting much better, so how about some of that one-hundred-percent! "
8 years 9 months ago
Shingwauk's avatar


Great script, dialogue, fight scenes and acting. Such a great movie if I was a pubescent boy.
1 year 1 month ago
dr love's avatar

dr love

i really enjoyed that one!! great soundtrack too!!
4 years 7 months ago
Ralf's avatar


This film is such a turn-on and it doesn't really even have any nudity - just lots and lots of cleavage and innuendo.
6 years 4 months ago
badseductress's avatar


absolutely loved the go go dancing scene.
8 years 8 months ago
xianjiro's avatar


Okay, I'm staying out of the FPKK vs Deathproof battle, but will say unless you enjoy skillfully-made sexploitation films or are obsessed with large breasts or exaggerated waist-to-hips ratio, not sure there is much to recommend this film. The dialogue is stilted and has much more in common with those comedies that rely heavily on a string of clever one-liners though here the emphasis is on innuendo. Yes, camp fun, but little else that I'm looking for in a film: good writing, dialogue, insight into the human condition, character development, character arc. I did feel FPKK was skillfully shot and rendered, the editing was fine but the soundtrack was distracting (though I admit to a strong bias here).

Honestly, I would have loved to know a bit about the three main female characters' backgrounds. What brought them to this place in life? If such a question were answered, as it is for the family of three men (one who might be considered beefcake served alongside the healthy dose of cheesecake), FKPP might even surpass the label of mere sexploitation flick.

Still, I will always love the title - been tormenting the dog with riffs on it for days.
4 years 8 months ago
ChrisReynolds's avatar


Definitely better than Death Proof. The amusing, memorable, campy, plot-relevant dialogue of FPKK easily trumps unfunny, interminable, arch, irrelevant discussions of 70s pop-culture.
6 years 5 months ago
mochiusle's avatar


That's WAY better than Tarantino's Deathproof.
9 years 1 month ago
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