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|Getting It On|
Actors: Buzz Atwood, C.K. Bibby, Steve Boles, Amrita Bost, Tim Bost
Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy
Alex Carson is a shy, handsome high school freshman with a huge crush on Sally Clark, the girl next door. He convinces his father to invest in his "video business" so he can video tape Sally without her knowing it. With... more »
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NOT MY RELEASE
W. S. Olsen | Hickory, NC United States | 02/20/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I am William Olsen, the writer, producer, director of GETTING IT ON, and I'd like to say first off, that everyone is entitled to their opinion. What I want to address here is the transfer of my film negative to DVD. The quality is bad because Liberation is not authorized to release the film and made the transfer from a VHS. I personally produced a slew of extras which include a photo featurette, New York auditions and a trailer, plus my directors commentary. All of this is missing from the Liberation release because their release is unauthorized and illegal. VCI Entertainment is the distributor I made the deal with. I just wanted to goon record staing that the transfer I did was much better."
"Getting nothing on"
Michael Goff | michigan United States | 10/09/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Getting it on huh, i watched this farce and absolutely nothing happened it was a phoney sex comedy, no sex and no comedy, one star for effort."
A bit of a disappointment
A. Thurston | USA | 05/06/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I actually got this mixed up with another similar title from the 80's.anyhow as far as this movie goes I wasn't blown away by it.I'ma sucker for low budget+lowbrow entertainment but this film while in theory was a good idea the execution leaves alot to be desired.It's just not funny enough as comedy nor interesting enough to pass as a drama.The main characters or carricutures as a more appropiate term are generic and really give you no good reason to root for them.the techie nerd who's a poor little rich kid isn't as well developed as say Philly was in Private Lesson's or the luckless in love Gary in The Last American Virgin.I did enjoy the suburban New York setting as oppossed to NYC and the 80's music,dress and technology was fun to see again on screen.The happy ending though cliche was satisfying too.Overall it's an okay movie but there are tons better from the era,"