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"Midnight Tease" just might be the greatest stripper movie of all time. Before your brain is even aware that you've started the movie, there will be naked breasts dancing in front of your eyes. "Midnight Tease" does not waste time. Oh, you say you wanted a stripper movie? Bingo. You got it.
Cassandra Leigh, (Lisa Boyle), might also be the greatest stripper of all time. "Midnight Tease" shows off her unmatched stripping power. I can't decide which stripping scene I liked better. Was it the little girl outfit stripping scene, (complete with over-sized lollipop), or the bride and groom dominatrix scene? Decisions, decisions...
"Midnight Tease" is about strippers stripping. There's some story about insanity, nightmares, abuse and murdered strippers but its all just filler until the next naked stripper. Each girl gets to have a three to five minute stripping scene complete with costume and theme music. Wait till you hear the song blasting over the cop stripping scene. "Say hello to Officer Pretty From the Precinct of Lust!" This party is on.
Some strippers are being killed off by an unknown assassin. One of the
girls fears it may be her as she suffers blackouts on the nights of the
murders. She also suffers from disturbing dreams in which she murders
This is a Lisa Boyle vehicle. So to be perfectly honest that is the only reason to see it. Although it has to be said, that it's not really enough of a reason in this case. While this is an erotic thriller, it's really neither very erotic nor thrilling. The sexy stuff mainly consists of girls stripping at the night club but none of the routines are especially memorable, while the thrills are meant to come from the serial killer angle but that material is seriously underwhelming. So the film ultimately boils down to a number of strip scenes linked together by a lame murder-mystery plot-line.
There are occasional effective moments such as the part where Lisa Boyle dresses up in school gear and strips while we see a flash-back to her younger self with her father. It's wrong on at least a couple of levels, but it's at least interesting; which is more than can be said of the film in general. If you want a good Lisa Boyle flick you can't go wrong with I Like To Play Games, this one on the other hand isn't too inspired.
There's nothing like a good old fashion stripper movie to make me feel happy when I am sad. After watching this wet walnut, I have no doubt that I am immortal and that I will never have to sleep again. And, since seeing this crackling rose, I have taken control of my life and kicked out all of the trolls and dwarfs that where living in the walls of my house on to the street. I am a new man with a new identiy. A man that will stand up for justice and the weak. I hope everyone else that saw this movie will feel the same. -**1/2 stars
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