George Payne is a construction worker who cheats on his nagging lover (and he does nag!) with a married, closeted, man (Lew Seager). The film ran a year at the Big Top all male theater in the heart of Times Square. The bottle of Crisco George grabs as lubricant is a nice touch!
Kiss Today Goodbye is a plot heavy melodrama that has been unearthed after decades of sitting on a shelf somewhere. Most of the dialogue is done in voice over, but the stuff that isn't was obviously dubbed in later... making the already bad acting seem like torture. The cover art on the box calls George Payne "one of the most handsome and virile stars of the of the '80s." Payne is definitely handsome and virile, in a Mac Davis kind of way. And he's pretty much the highlight in an otherwise pretty weak movie. The plot hinges on the Payne character: a New York construction worker who lives in the village with his queeny boyfriend. Payne meets a married businessman in the city and the two fall in love. The obstacles are Payne's girlfriend - uhhh... boyfriend and the businessman's nagging wife. Does love conquer? Do you care? Do you want to hear watered down versions of seventies adult contemporary ballads while watching nelly guys sucking sometimes hard/sometimes limp dicks?
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