Hunk

  • 1987
  • Movie
  • PG
  • Comedy

HUNK is yet another re-working of the Faust legend. Bradley Brinkman (Steve Levitt) is a computer nerd who is harangued by his tough boss, Constantine Constapopolis (Avery Schreiber), to come up with a selling idea. When he does so, Constapopolis is so happy that he sends him off to a seaside resort to think about his next project. Brinkman finds that his...read more

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HUNK is yet another re-working of the Faust legend. Bradley Brinkman (Steve Levitt) is a computer nerd who is harangued by his tough boss, Constantine Constapopolis (Avery Schreiber), to come up with a selling idea. When he does so, Constapopolis is so happy that he sends him off to a

seaside resort to think about his next project. Brinkman finds that his face and form hardly fit in with the bronzed, tall types surrounding him. Then he meets gorgeous O'Brien (Deborah Shelton), the agent for Dr. D. (James Coco), the Devil. They offer him a new body on a 30 day trial basis, and

he is transformed into a muscular macho male (John Allen Nelson). Coco has the chance to ham it up, but he fails to project any sense of evil. Shelton is a very attractive young woman but doesn't demonstrate the depth needed for her role. Schreiber does an excellent job as Levitt's hot-tempered

boss. HUNK could have been much funnier if the script were sharper and the lead characters had an edge to them. But with golden boy Nelson in the lead role, it was truly a case of the blonde leading the bland.

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  • Released: 1987
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: HUNK is yet another re-working of the Faust legend. Bradley Brinkman (Steve Levitt) is a computer nerd who is harangued by his tough boss, Constantine Constapopolis (Avery Schreiber), to come up with a selling idea. When he does so, Constapopolis is so hap… (more)

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