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Emerging from the depths of drive-in cinema is 1979's "Gas Pump Girls," and a title like that conjures images of pure sleaze and shamelessness. Co- writer/director Joel Bender doesn't have the vision to truly live up to expectations, creating a slightly more innocent take on the way of topless women and their daily problems with men. It's extreme R-rated fluff from the helmer, who's not the best when piecing together shenanigans or dealing with plot, but he does find a lightness to the picture that keeps it approachable, spending just as much time with comedy as he does ogling women. "Gas Pump Girls" isn't refined, but it understands what it is, delivering low-budget escapism with a distinct late-'70s atmosphere. Read the rest at 


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