An enterprising Senator's daughter realizes she can make money by venturing into the seedy side of politics. With the help of two sexy friends, she sets up a thriving blackmail business ... See full summary »
An enterprising Senator's daughter realizes she can make money by venturing into the seedy side of politics. With the help of two sexy friends, she sets up a thriving blackmail business videotaping her father's political colleages in compromising positions. When a sadistic lobbyist wants his share of the money... the action really heats up. Written by
Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).
Here goes your average girl uses her sexual wiles to get what she wants from men story. In this instance, one of the girls is the daughter of a senator. One of her father's friends mistakes her for a call girl and gives her a car to make her forget the incident. She and her friends realize that getting these men on tape with them could be financially beneficial, aka cars, jewelry.
Enter the sleaze ball lobbyist who finds out the girls are making movies and decides to use them for his own benefit and blackmails them with their own tapes. Things really go wrong when one of the girls(Libby George) disappears and the other ones become more entangled in the danger they have created. Daneen Boone gives a decent performance as well as Tracy Tutor, the senator's daughter, but if you're watching this movie for a story line, there are better ones out there.
If you want to see attractive women, this movie has them, a somewhat original angle on the extortion racket, and a few decent performances by girls who really didn't need to do anything more than show up and get naked. Another decent performance by Kevin West who played the lobbyist, he really makes you believe he's a d**k head. A few surprises along the way and you have the standard ending, no surprises there.
Some over the top special effects make you wonder who was getting the money, the ladies or the tech people! Go ahead, rent it, your dark side will thank you!
6.99 out of 10
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