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Veronica 2030 (1999)

R | | Sci-Fi | 2 February 1999 (USA)
The year is 2030 and two scientists, Felix and Maxine, are about to release their latest creation, Veronica a fully functional pleasure android, out onto the market. Unfortunately, untimely... See full summary »



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Complete credited cast:
Veronica (as Julia)
Joseph Roth ...
Harry Horner
Everett Rodd ...
Dan Silver
Stephanee LaFleur ...
Maxine (as Stephanie LaFleur)
E.R. Wolf ...
Dr. Felix Flankton
Nikki Fritz ...
Camilla Likenthrow
Sandy Wasko ...
Billy Jo
Wendy Davidson ...
Betty Jo [Bobby Jo in credits]
Kurt Sinclair ...
Jason Paris (as Kurt Schwoebel)
Steve Curtis ...
Chambers lab assistant
Johnny Styles ...
Gunther the Chauffeur
Jennifer Reese ...


The year is 2030 and two scientists, Felix and Maxine, are about to release their latest creation, Veronica a fully functional pleasure android, out onto the market. Unfortunately, untimely interference from a colleague causes Veronica to be sent back to the year 1998. There she meets Harry Horner and becomes a lingerie model to help his ailing catalogue fetish business. Soon Camilla, Harry's competitor, learns of Veronica and steals her away to make Veronica work for her. Eventually, the two scientists locate Veronica and travel back to 1998 in a bid to rescue her. Harry and the scientists combine forces and rescue Veronica from Camilla's clutches. Veronica makes Harry's business a success and he is able to sell it to an interested buyer. Veronica and Harry have fallen in love and she decides to stay in 1998 along with the two scientists! Written by Mark Smith <msmith@osi.co.uk>

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2030s | love | fetish | android | lingerie | See All (22) »



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Rated R for pervasive sexuality and nudity | See all certifications »




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2 February 1999 (USA)  »

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R-Rated version: Little more than a Victoria's secret commercial
2 September 2002 | by See all my reviews

This film was edited with a meat axe in order to cut out the sex scenes and to make up for the time, they apparently edited in some non-sexual footage from their other films. This means that most of the film has Veronica and two other models doing a lot of lingerie modeling, with some, mostly, irrelevant plot and lines of dialog thrown in (occasional breast flashes and uncovered butts appear, however). Gee, you come from the year 2030, where there is no sex back to 2000 where there is no sex--yawn!

However, the Victoria's secret lingerie show was one of the highest rated shows of the season. And Julia and the others certainly have silicone enhance bodies on par with some the the highest paid supermodels and show the gorgeous see-through body stockings, thong panties, and fishnet unmentionables very well.

If your are a Surrender cinema fan, get the un-rated, but for those of you with slightly less carnal tastes, this film is definitely worth a look.

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