Bad movie , great body
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Well, the 1980's had its share of bad films, and this one is no exception. The plot is as simplistic as it gets; a nerd wants to have the perfect body so he can be happy, only to discover there is a price to pay. ( Be careful what you wish for, you might just get it, true happiness comes from within, take your pick!) The acting is terrible, but let's be honest girls we are not gonna watch a movie called "Hunk" for the acting or the dialogue. We want to look at a hot body and John Allen Nelson definitely has that. Unfortunately, the scenes with Hunk showing off his gorgeous muscular bod are few & far between. Hunk is harmless fun, but if you want to drool over a beautiful body, you'll have alot of fast forwarding to do."
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I really liked this movie. I think the guy has a sexy body. I saw it with my mom and sister and in the beginning of the movie, they showed a close up of his body in the shower. My mom's mouth dropped open and she said she liked how the camera focused on that. Me and my sister (she is 12) love Hunk's wide muscular back, six pack abs and big broad chest with golden brown nipples that were always hard! I liked the way all the girls looked at his body. They should have had more parts in the movie where women kissed his hot body."
Rick L. Parrish | 03/21/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I believe this is the last movie appearance by the late, great James CoCo who plays Satan in this little 80's jewell with devilish glee. Certainly he gives it a spin that Little Nicky nor his dad could conjure. He makes the movie worth watching and he certainly had the biggest slice of the costume budget. Surprisingly, John Allen Nelson,(currently on 24) one of the endless supply of Soap Hunks seemingly available on demand at any given time in any given decade, gives a meaty (couldn't resist it) performance that is full of charm and wit. Steve Levitt acquits himself perfectly as the pre- and post- transformation nerd. Even CoCo had to watch out for the scene stealing vamping of Deborah Shelton (Body Double) as the assistant from Hell (literally). Of course watch for Robert Morse in a drier than the Sahara perf. And last but not least serve plenty of savory Avery Doritos at your Celebration Of The California Hunk Lifestyle Party when you screen it (sorry, never been much of a Schreiber describer). Hope this isn't too 'insider' for you. It's an enjoyable little romp that did good box office in it's time and has aged pretty well, better than I at least!!!"
Silly & Sexy
janfan3 | Vancouver, B.C. Canada | 12/28/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"OK, this isn't "Dorothy Parker" clever, but it is fun, light hearted (mostly) and sexy enough to be well worth watching. It takes a rather too obvious poke at the North American obsession with looks, teaches us that getting what we ask for isn't always good and gives us an opportunity to watch handsome men and beautiful women at play. No calories and not illegal, what more could you ask for?"