Loving Couples is a 1980 American romantic comedy film written by Martin Donovan and directed by Jack Smight. The plot offers a comic spin on adultery. When Greg crashes his sports car, doctor Evelyn comes to his rescue, and the two soon are engaged in an affair. Evelyn's workaholic husband learns about it from Greg's live-in girlfriend, scatterbrained television weather girl Stephanie, and the two begin to engage in a dalliance of their own. Complications arise when the two couples plan a clandestine weekend getaway at the same Acapulco resort. The scenes in Mexico actually were shot in San Diego, California, and the hotel interiors were filmed at the Ambassador Hotel on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles. The film grossed $2,806,659 in the US. Together with A Change of Seasons, the film was one of two 1980 20th Century Fox releases starring Shirley Maclaine that dealt with the subject of marital infidelity. In her review in the New York Times, Janet Maslin called the film "a flat, lifeless movie . . .