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Passion and Romance: Double or Nothing (1997)

Romance novelist Kathleen Connell meets the suave Jack at one of her book signings. He asks for a date, and she agrees. Through various mishaps, their date is postponed twice, and we are ... See full summary »

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Tracie May ...
Kathleen Connell
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Jack
Gabriella Hall ...
Melissa Lamb
Chris St. James ...
James
John McQuay ...
Henry
Alexa Isbell ...
Card Player #1
Clarence James ...
Card Player #2
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Hypnotist
Julia Kruis ...
Janice Hanson
Marilyn Newman ...
Sharon
David Richard ...
Lennie
Craig Peck ...
Richard
Rick Jordan ...
Mike
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Debora
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Robert
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Romance novelist Kathleen Connell meets the suave Jack at one of her book signings. He asks for a date, and she agrees. Through various mishaps, their date is postponed twice, and we are shown the erotic wanderings of Kathleen's mind as her next book is written in her head... Written by Jason A. Cormier <wildrose@mindspring.com>

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13 February 1997 (Germany)  »

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The best of the sexy erotic thrillers
16 February 1999 | by See all my reviews

This movie was really good all the way around, but especially the performance of Ms. Alexa Isbell as Card Player #1. She sure gave me a Royal Flush! I am surprised that she hasn't appeared in more films of the erotic genre, for she certainly has what it takes to go places in this industry. I would love to see her in a girl-girl scene with one of the other stars of the movie. her look and sultry voice immediately made it high noon on my sundial, if you know what I mean!

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Unfortunately, I have to disagree with the majority of Viewer 1's comments: I found much of "Double Your Pleasure" to be unoriginal, boorish and unrevealing-except for that "Skinimax diamond in the rough" Ms. Isbell! Ms. Isbell added her own sensual touch to the film with her insightful "It's just like your virginity-you can only lose it once." And her sultry "Watch out, he's lucky tonight" really got me going. Two thumbs up!
  • Viewer 2


Let me begin by saying, the only thing this movie doubled was my case of blue balls. I demand more of a movie that considers itself a true 'sexy erotic thriller' than just a little gratuitous T&A. I demand 'The Full Monty', as the man says. I don't know about you, but I turn on the cable channel at 4 a.m. to see something that will bring me back to the old days of sitting in the junior high bathroom. In this case, I would settle for The Full Alexa. That girl's got more moves that Allen Iverson running from the po-lice. But no, you will not catch a glimpse of the full Alexa, not even a shameful peek. Her part? 2 lines, no skin. Teenage wasted. If you want me and 'my little guy' on the couch saturday night, then show a brotha what he wanna see. Keep it real up in there. Peace. - Viewer 3


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