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Earth Girls Are Easy (1988) - Trailer

Earth Girls Are Easy (1988) - Trailer
Year: 1988
Genres: Sci-Fi, Comedy, Romance, Musical
Type: Trailers
Duration: 1M37S
Cast: Jeff Goldblum, Rick Overton, Geena Davis, Charles Rocket, Jim Carrey, Robby the Robot, Karen Owens, Sharon Owens, Julie Brown, Stacey Travis, Crystal Lujan, Robia Scott, Behrooz Afrakhan, Leslie Morris, Lisa Fuller, Robia LaMorte, Wayne Brady, Victor Garron, Durga McBroom, Angelyne, Diz McNally, Joher Coleman, Myreah Moore, Larry Linville, Rick Hurst, Jake Jundef, Andrea Parker, Susan Krebs, Juney Ellis, Gail Neely
Director(s): Julien Temple

Trailer: Earth Girls Are Easy (1988)

A Southern California girl befriends three furry aliens after their spaceship lands in her swimming pool.

Earth Girls Are Easy melds the best of alien-invasion films and musicals to offer great fun. Three aliens (Jim Carrey, Damon Wayans and Jeff Goldblum ) crash-land in Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley. A manicurist (Geena Davis) and her boss (the wacky Julie Brown) befriend the threesome, give them makeovers and show them the town. via Earth Girls Are Easy - Trailer

Synopsis:

Three furry (and funny) aliens travel around the universe in a spaceship and receive a broadcast showing human females. They are fascinated by these shapely creatures and discover that the broadcast came from Southern California on Earth. Meanwhile, Valley girl Valerie Gail feels her cold fiancé Dr. Ted Gallagher is slipping away and decides to seduce him. Instead, she catches him cheating on her with a nurse, throws him out, smashes his things and refuses to see him again. The aliens' spaceship crash lands in Valerie's swimming pool - putting a decided damper on her future wedding plans in Las Vegas. She brings them into her home; and the aliens prove to be quick learners and absorb American popular culture and language through television.