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Pam & Tommy Lee: Stolen Honeymoon (1998)

X | | Adult | Video 1998
A look into the private life of celebrity couple Pamela Anderson and husband Tommy Lee.

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A look into the private life of celebrity couple Pamela Anderson and husband Tommy Lee.

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1998 (Finland)  »

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Pamela Anderson and her then-husband Tommy Lee sued unsuccessfully to get their private video removed from commercial release. See more »

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Pamela Anderson: Tommy, there could totally be mountain lions here 'cause it's so flat.
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Featured in Comedy Central Roast of Pamela Anderson (2005) See more »

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2 August 2007 | by See all my reviews

A cinematic triumph. Pamela and Tommy Lee's Sex Video, supposedly stolen from the newlyweds' house, is nothing but buoyant fun. Pamela Anderson Lee, the internationally lusted-after Baywatch star, is positively unsinkable as she frolics in the buff off the Lees' Jacuzzi-equipped pleasure cruiser.

Speaking of pleasure cruisers, Tommy's is cinema's real Titanic, although in this case it never founders. (Tommy Lee first made his name -- for what it's worth -- in the brainless 80s teen-rock band Motley Cru. You can certainly see where he got his self-confidence.)

Even Pamela's famously plasticized accessories don't ring a false note. Who's to say what's real; they show up on videotape, right? Besides, there's no faking dialogue like:

Pamela: "Where's my cocktail?"

Tommy: "It's right here, baby." (he pans downward)

It's too bad the happy couple's dissolute pleasures are marred by excessive expressions of love and devotion.

"You're the best f---ing husband in the world!" Pamela squeals.

Other than that bit of sentimentality, this is forty-five minutes worth of premium Americana -- show-biz success enjoyed the way God intended it: in a four-wheel-drive truck, rocking its shocks to pieces in the breakdown lane of the I-5.

(Note: If IMDb doesn't want certain words included in reviews, even when those words are actual quotations from the film, then perhaps IMDb should not include films that contain such nasty words in its database.)


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