Dirty Love

Dirty Love

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Director: John Asher

Cast: Jenny McCarthy, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Carmen Electra

     
 

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A sexy woman discovers just how hard it can be to find a worthwhile man in this outrageous romantic comedy. Rebecca (Jenny McCarthy) is a beautiful blonde who thinks she has it made with her hunky boyfriend, Richard (Victor Webster); however, when she comes home early one day and finds him in bed with another woman, she realizes that isn't quite the case. Devastated,

Overview

A sexy woman discovers just how hard it can be to find a worthwhile man in this outrageous romantic comedy. Rebecca (Jenny McCarthy) is a beautiful blonde who thinks she has it made with her hunky boyfriend, Richard (Victor Webster); however, when she comes home early one day and finds him in bed with another woman, she realizes that isn't quite the case. Devastated, Rebecca takes the advice of her friends Carrie (Kam Heskin), a half-bright actress, and Michelle (Carmen Electra), a racially confused beautician, and throws herself back into the dating game to prove to Richard that she can do better. However, there's a problem -- Rebecca is a bit of a klutz, she keeps ending up with men who are either crazy or strange, and each date she goes on ends in disaster. Does Rebecca have any chance at either finding new love or winning Richard back? And is it possible her pal John (Eddie Kaye Thomas) might be interested in being more than just friends? Dirty Love was written by leading lady Jenny McCarthy and directed by John Asher, McCarthy's then-husband.

Product Details

Release Date:
12/06/2005
UPC:
0687797111890
Original Release:
2004
Rating:
R
Source:
Alchemy / Millennium
Region Code:
1
Time:
1:30:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Jenny McCarthy and director John Asher commentary; Scene selections; Previews

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jenny McCarthy Rebecca
Eddie Kaye Thomas John
Carmen Electra Michelle
Kam Heskin Carrie
Victor Webster Richard
Lochlyn Munro Kevin
Kathy Griffin Madame Belly
Jessica Collins Mandy
David O'Donnell Jake
Elena Lyons Cindy
Noah Harpster Robert Rodale
Ingrid Rogers Mindy
Teddy Lane Steroid Monster
Renee Albert Sara
Frank Alvarez Bouncer
Drea de Matteo Actor
Guillermo Diaz Magician
Colby Donaldson Mike
Forbes March Hot Bacon
Coyote Shivers Himself (DJ at Fashion Show)
Elvis Strange Hollywood Rocker
Sum 41 Themselves
Joyce Bulifant Actor
Amy McCarthy Lilly

Technical Credits
John Asher Director,Producer
Frank Bollinger Production Designer
Warren Bowman Editor
Clare Brown Art Director
Jim Cantelupe Executive Producer
B.J. Davis Producer
Paula Elins Costumes/Costume Designer
Rod Hamilton Producer
Kimberley Kates Producer
Randall Lawson Sound/Sound Designer
Michael Manasseri Producer
Jenny McCarthy Producer,Screenwriter
Keith Megna Score Composer
Karyn Rachtman Musical Direction/Supervision
Scott Saldana Executive Producer
Mary Vernieu Casting
Trent Walford Producer
Eric Wycoff Cinematographer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Dirty Love
1. Opening Credits [7:05]
2. Shopping [8:00]
3. Audition [9:04]
4. Ice Cream [7:55]
5. Smells Like Fish [8:22]
6. The Gym [7:26]
7. Dinner Magic [8:53]
8. Police Department [8:31]
9. Designated Driver [8:21]
10. Last Draw [5:20]
11. Surprise Visit [6:44]
12. Ending Credits [4:47]

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Dirty Love 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the funniest film I've seen since Wedding Crashers. Jennny McCarthy really threw herself into this one, and she is one funny whitechick! Yes, there is some over the top gross out humor but it's still pretty good. Jenny and the director were definitly not afraid to push the envelope! THe situatins, (Ecstacy, Wild Sex, Cheating, Revenge, Bad Dates, and, ahem, certain femalale bodily fluid problems) had me almost falling off the couch. As a black chick, I couldn't even be mad at Carmen Electra for her portrayal of a sistah. It was pretty good. But, shhh, don't tell anyone. Bottom Line: Worth a purchase.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I hate chick flicks sooo much. But this was by far the funniest movie i've seen in the last couple of years. Jenny McCarthy is absolutely talented at writing and acting. theres a fishy sex scene in this movie i will never get out of my head. forget about the Jenny you once knew. she has definitely outdone herself.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago