Earth Girls Are Easy
Earth Girls Are Easy is a 1988 American science fiction musical romantic comedy film that was produced by Tony Garnett, Duncan Henderson, and Terrence E. McNally and was directed by Julien Temple. The film stars Geena Davis, Julie Brown, Charles Rocket, Jeff Goldblum, Damon Wayans, and Jim Carrey. The plot is based on the song "Earth Girls Are Easy" from Brown's 1984 EP Goddess in Progress.
In the San Fernando Valley, Valerie Gail works as a manicurist at the Curl Up & Dye salon. Dissatisfied with the lack of sexual interest from her fiancé, Dr. Ted Gallagher, she receives a makeover from her friend and the salon manager, Candy Pink. That night, Valerie sets out to seduce Ted, but instead, he arrives home with a nurse. Heartbroken and angry, Valerie kicks him out and destroys his belongings.
|genre||comedy romance science fiction|
|keywords||american pop culture arrest belong claim convenience store drive emergency room follow language barrier las vegas manicure manicurist mistaken identity mtv police officer police pursuit pop culture quick learner return home rock band san fernando valley scar shave struggle surf bum swimming pool travel wed|
|nomination||Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Supporting Actress|
|publisher||Odyssey Distributors Vestron Pictures|
|theme||extraterrestrial life independent musical musical comedy romantic comedy romantic musical|