She then explained that black comedy was something that found humor in something not normally thought seeking skinny chick to spoil as funny such as a poor tormented frump who gets her already ugly face ripped to shreds only to have it put back together, only much better looking than it was before, giving chikc erstwhile frump the opportunity to exact her revenge on the men who had treated her so cruelly when she was still ugly. Another reviewer expressed the earnest wish that this movie be released on video.
I know the hot babe more closely resembled the real Stockard Channing. That's how my mother described it when I asked if the movie we were watching was supposed to be funny or not.
Another thing I remember was recognizing Stockard Channing as the hapless young woman frequently victimized by the Painting Guy portrayed by future "Jeffersons" supporting player Paul Benedict on "Sesame Street. Having learned this much, I considered this movie quite educational.
Mike Sh. One of the best made-for-TV films Uthman 20 June As others have remarked, I find it disappointing that this film has not been released on video.
Was this review helpful? The script was well written and it has a certain level of realism, that addresses the need that some of us may have to get even with those who torment us for being different. Besides, making spol is about making money, for the writers, for the actors, the director, and especially for the producers, so let the capitalistic urge overtake you and allow the public to enjoy this movie again and again.
The transformation of the Stockard Channing character in the course of her accident and plastic surgery is so striking that I truly did not know that she played both the "before" and "after" versions until reading the IMDB credits and user comments today. I was studying and sort of halfway missed the first half-hour, but eventually I was so intrigued that I skinby aside the books and watched the rest.
I concur; I'd love to see Ms. It's not everyday you find a TV movie that's both funny and entertaining without being silly, inane, and for the under 21 age group.
What special makeup effects the makers of the movie used to pull this off, I don't know. I can only echo the requests of others to please re-issue this film on DVD. Channing's transformation again. I recall seeing it inas a senior in college, on my portable black-and-white TV set in my dorm room.