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Sex Files: Sexual Matrix (2000)

R | | Drama | 2000 (USA)

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A professor designing a machine designed to meet the naughtiest fantasies. In order to perfect the discovery, he performed tests on various subjects, aided by his assistant very appealing.

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Jason Schnuit ...
Ken (as Jay Stewart)
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Stacy Lovejoy (as Mia)
Michelle von Flotow ...
Diane Shields / Cybergirl (as Michelle Hall)
Steve Curtis ...
Greg Nash
Elizabeth Patrick ...
Katherine Tramell
Amber Newman ...
Monica
Stephen Todd ...
Buddy Campbell
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Tracie (as Regina Russel)
Sandy Wasko ...
Sandra
Tony Miata ...
Matt Rice / Cyberman
John Smith ...
Michael Lowe
Caroline Key Johnson ...
Brittany (as Cara Jones)
Johnny Quaid ...
Evan / Stranger
Will Green ...
Magazine Attendant
Gina Ryder ...
Keri (Strip Poker Girl #1)
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A professor designing a machine designed to meet the naughtiest fantasies. In order to perfect the discovery, he performed tests on various subjects, aided by his assistant very appealing.

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Rated R for strong sexuality and language
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Also Known As:

Arquivos Sexuais Parte 2 - Realidade Sexual  »

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Dear oh dear oh dear
5 July 2004 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Good grief. Someone *paid* actual *money* to make this?

If you want to watch people having sex, buy a porn movie, and be prepared to put up with lousy acting, ghastly dialog, and a plot (if any) that a two year old wrote.

This is utterly bizarre. Lousy acting, ghastly dialog, a plot a two year old would have eschewed... and lousy sex. OK, someone wanted to make it, someone put up a budget, all this I understand. What I don't understand is - why is it on my TV screen?

(Except it isn't - I can surely find a channel with something better on. Even if it's white noise.)

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