Somewhere in the Saturday Night Live
firmament, between the naturalistic STUART SAVES HIS FAMILY and the surrealistic WAYNE'S WORLD, lies THE LADIES MAN. Or perhaps "lays" is more to the point, given that the hero is Tim Meadows's oversexed radio host
from the late-night sketch-comedy series. The film is a harmless extension of the skit, aimed at fans and best viewed as a showcase for Meadows's considerable talents. Chicago radio love doctor Leon Phelps (Meadows), resplendent in Afro and mack-daddy threads from the Huggy Bear '70s, is,
inexplicably, considered a sex machine by all the chicks even though he's only average-looking, utterly self-absorbed ...