All in Good Taste (1983) Movie Review

Director: Anthony Kramreither

Writer: Rick Green, Anthony Kramreither (Screenplay)

Starring: Jonathan Welsh, Harvey, Jack Creley, Jim Carrey, Linda Rennhofer, James B Douglas, Joanne Kirwan-Clarke

Plot: A filmmaker is upset to find out that his wholesome script about an orphan and his dog has been warped into a film about … strippers?!!


Tagline – Their FIRST ENCOUNTER in a NUDIST CAMP!

Runtime: 1 Hour 25 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Verdict: Flat Out Dreadful

Story: All in Good Taste starts when screenwriter Timothy (Welsh) is trying to get his script sold, only for the studio boss Cochrane (Atkin) wanting him to write a more raunchy script for a film that could sell on sex and nudity, wanting him to write a film about strippers.

The more producers Timothy meets, the more he spirals down the hole of being pushed into writing a nudity sex sold movie, which only frustrates him.

Thoughts on All in Good Taste

Final Thoughts This is bar far one of the worst movies I have ever seen, the poster does have Jim Carrey’s face plastered all over it, yet he is barely in it and made this before he was a famous comedian, let alone actor. We spend most of this film just having cut flash sequences which are just women dancing around in different states of undress, while it might have the bigger message that Hollywood is only interested in making sex sell, but it was one of the hardest movies to get through, just because of how obsessed with sex it wants to be.

Overall: Beyond Awful

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