The film is alright. The plot isn't the best, but you get what you pay for here. At least you get some erotic poetry and satisfactory boobage. Save for a rainy day, and probably rent before buying. Also, this film is probably better watched with a large group of your peers.
The actors and actresses are all pretty bad. None of them seem to be trained thespians at all. Donnie Suave, who plays "Jerome," steals the show with his excellent dialogue and muscular physique.
The soundtrack is exemplary. The musical stylings of composer Michel Quimpel more than make up for the lack of special effects both visually and audibly.
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