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This "black comedy" has everything .. violence, nudity, and bad acting
"Strip For Action/Hot Ticket" earns extra points right away, because before the opening credits have finished, the film gets right down to business, with strippers doing what they do best. Immediately thereafter the strip club is held up, with a ridiculous amount of violence on display. The main villain "Halleck" is played in a very flamboyant manner by Emile Levisetti, who by the way provides the only passable acting. Taking two strippers hostage, Maria Ford, and Nikki Fritz, the film then transforms into a plane crash, white water rafting, running through the woods in a cheerleader outfit free for all. Luckily there is enough time for some soft core porn, shifting alliances, cornball dialog, and more killing. This "black comedy" has everything, violence, nudity, and bad acting. Recommended. - MERK
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