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The Opposite Sex and How to Live With Them

The Opposite Sex and How to Live With Them
Ayre Gross, Courtney Cox, Kevin Pollok and Julie Brown

Rated: R For language and sexual situations.
Reviewed by: Frank  
Release date: March 26, 1993 Released by: Outlaw Production

David (Ayre Gross - A Midnight Clear and Hexed) meets Carrie (Courtney Cox - Cocoon II) in a singles bar and their lives change. This film has more to do with courtship than sex. They become involved on a serious relationship with all its joy and barriers.

The script is their journey from the safety of single-hood to a lifetime commitment. Not much new territory here but Gross and Cox are pleasant young lovers to watch.

The story is told directly to the audience by Kevin Pollok and Julie Brown who are best friends of Gross and Cox. At times the friends help draw the couple together but Pollok has fears of losing his singles buddy similar to the best friend in Marty.

This is a good date movie filled with romance, dating, separation and resolution.

  Frank Chris Jim Nina Sam Howard Jennifer Kathleen  Avg. 
The Opposite Sex and How to Live With Them  B+                        B+ 

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