Debbie gets a spot on the roster of the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders, which is referenced only as "Texas" throughout the movie. The only problem is that Debbie doesn't have enough money to ... See full summary »
Adventurer Louisiana Smith comes to the rescue of Jungle Jane as she is about to be sacrificed by lusty Indians in the Yucatan in 1936. Suddenly, we cut to the offices of Marble Comics ... See full summary »
Shauna Grant is the rich woman gathering her old college girlfriends for a free weekend on a tropical island so they can relate their wildest sexual experiences. Tom Byron is rescued from a... See full summary »
Freudian repressions fill the fantasies of a sexually bored housewife, a seemingly emasculating businesswoman employer, a shy dinner attendee, an older woman, a lonely roommate and a sexually curious teenage niece.
Cristine is another sexually frustrated woman with a pre-occupied husband working too hard for their mutual benefit. She becomes employed by a liberated woman and is introduced to a ... See full summary »
Vanessa del Rio,
Playboy is often called on the cover "entertainment for men." Some feminist director/actresses like Veronica Hart have stirred the chagrin of fans by comparing porn acting to prostitution. Her terse interviews on some DVDs are enough to make the male porn fan quit cold turkey. Contrary to their wishful ravings, men are the majority buyers of adult media. They have a stronger visual sense while women react better to emotions beneath the surface. This film is an unpleasant entry from a male point of view. Serena seeks to dominate a fashion empire by buying out a magazine where a reporter (Merle Michaels) is assigned to interview her. Such is the thin plot line to introduce sex in unusual places like a car repair shop, a store, a helicopter, a trailer, and an abandoned building. The actress is quiet, aggressive, and talkative. The actor is subjugated, submissive and responds to her advances. Some excitement is lacking here. For example, Arcadia Lake does the same scene dubbed in Swedish for a different film where a few real "oohs" and "ahhs" are expressed. The charisma of the stars (Serena, Samantha Fox, Patty Boyd, Arcadia, and Merle Michaels) do overcome a lot of negative factors, though.
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