Sweet Hearts Dance (1988) is a
lightweight romantic comedy that was not very comical and not very
romantic, but had one very strong point in its favor. Susan Sarandon
gives several peeks at her nipples.
Sarandon and screen
hubby Don Johnson play former childhood sweethearts who have been
married for 15 years and have kids. She has grown up, and he hasn't. He
and his best friend, Jeff Daniels, act more like teenagers than adults,
despite the fact that Daniels has become the High School principal.
Sarandon and Johnson separate ... boy finds girl.
Yes, it is the pat Hollywood formula, with nothing
remarkable about it. It is technically sound, but only die-hard
romantic comedy fans will be entertained.
Many romantic comedies are "chick flicks," but this
one scores the same with both sexes at IMDb.