70's and 80's movies are notorious for T&A shots of females, and nude scenes for no reason, which ruin the "suspension of disbelief" experience for me. This one does show Goldie Hawn's derriere a number of times in a thong bathing suit in some medium cover shot scenes, but I can't recall a close up, ogling, "ah-WOOO-ga" scene.
The plot and resolution are cute, if far-fetched, but that's to be expected with rom-coms, and it's fun to see Hawn and Kurt Russell together on screen knowing they're married IRL. Yes, the way his character treats hers is at first misogynistic and dismissive, but to be fair, she treated him with contempt and reneged on his fee first, which sets up the plot and relieves the audience's guilt for enjoying his revenge. But in rom-coms style, they learn to respect, understand, and be affectionate with one another by the end. H