Brad's wife Susan is mysteriously murdered. Detective Crank has too many other things to do than find her killer so he tells Brad to do some of his own detective work. Brad begins ...
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Brad's wife Susan is mysteriously murdered. Detective Crank has too many other things to do than find her killer so he tells Brad to do some of his own detective work. Brad begins recounting all of his affairs that his has had with women he met on an internet fantasy line. From these women, he must try and decide which one killed his wife and why. Written by
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Not particularly erotic or mysterious erotic mystery
"Virtual Desire" (which I saw under the title "Illicit Dreams 3") wants to be an erotic murder mystery. Unfortunately, the sex/stripping/shower scenes, though plentiful and fairly graphic, have a mechanical, going-through-the-motions, Playboy-video feel to them, and the solution to the "mystery" is obvious right from the start. The "hero" is a jerk as well as a moron, cheating on his wife with multiple women, none of whom are half as hot as her (with the possible exception of an Asian tennis instructor who is a real babe). Oh, and don't be fooled by Julie Strain being featured on the video/DVD cover of the movie, she's in it for no more than 10 minutes. (*)
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