Alternate Character Interpretation: Venus does mention having done some nasty things to her former lovers in the past because she either found them annoying or they mistreated her. Although she seems to be nice to everyone she meets, it's shown that she's willing to use her powers on anyone who crosses Eddie. So perhaps her attitude towards him might have changed had she remained on Earth for longer.
Awesome Music: "Speak Low", a lovely soothing ballad about falling in love.
Just to be a Troll Venus also turns Kerrigan into an owl. As in he stays human but just acts like an owl in front of Whitfield. Molly mocks him magnificently for it later.
Seinfeld Is Unfunny: The very notion of a Love Goddess running around civilised society made the show and the film quite risque for the time. Eddie being mistaken for spending the night with Venus when he has a girlfriend? Scandalously hilarious in the 1940s. Marlene Dietrich even backed out of the original production because she found the material too risque.
Tough Act to Follow: At the time of its release, the film was criticised for not being able to live up to the original show.
Values Dissonance: Eddie risks being evicted from his apartment if he's found with a strange woman in there.