But watch it you will. And enjoy it, too—even though you know every twist and turn it will take for our young hero Ralphie to finally get his hands on his much-desired Red Ryder Carbine-Action Shot Range Model Air Rifle. Adult Ralphie, who also happens to be Jean Shepherd, the man upon whose short stories the film itself is based. The woman behind Shepherd is his wife, Leigh Brown. It looks like a lamp. Is it a statue?
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Griffin was watching laundry tumble in a washing machine with beer in-hand while saying that, but he's clearly on to something. Do we, in fact, relish in seeing the silver spoons of society toss caution to the wind and become Brutuses to their Caesars, and does that become the lure in seeing this fourth installment in the Wild Things franchise, the classily-titled Wild Things: Oh, hell, who am I kidding, it's all about the mindless, money-driven shenanigans fueling double-crosses and sexual gallivanting with multiple partners, featuring endless attempts at twisting and titillating the audience. Though Foursome flaunts skin and spirals madly, there's no denying that all the vine-like weaving in the plot just goes through the motions set in line by the original, while, at the same time, having about as much intriguing liveliness and sizzle as wet towels on spin cycle. It's been several years since I've seen John McNaughton's Wild Things , a cult film that pop culture now knows as the "threesome" flick with then it-actors and it-actresses being carnally wicked. The film's actual purpose as a serviceable whodunit gets glossed over because of that fact, yet its cinematic merits are assuredly not the reasons why two sequels no , really have hit the DTV market.
Wild Things: Foursome
Our Reviewer's Take 1. Now, it's just getting old. Where does that leave us? Ah yes, 'Wild Things:
I'm something of an expert, and felt the geometry was off — the physics too. Foursome, a characteristically twisty continuation of the sex-soaked and deceit-fueled series set in Southern Florida. When race car-driving hotel magnate Ted Wheetley dies suddenly, his hard-partying son Carson Angel submits to a quickie marriage to his girlfriend Rachel Patterson, who's apparently already had the film scrubbed from her IMDb profile. A rape accusation follows from the less privileged Brandi Cox Murray, above , and the double-crossing and back-stabbing slowly starts to unwind, as detective Frank Walker Schneider investigates, seemingly unable to remember or access any public records that would show the exact same things that have happened recently in the tony little town of Blue Bay.