An American diplomat and his fiancée venture into the sordid underworld of sex and pornography in Budapest, Hungary to find out who is blackmailing them with a porno video taken of them with a prostitute.
The show follows a crime, usually adapted from current headlines, from two separate vantage points. The first half of the show concentrates on the investigation of the crime by the police, the second half follows the prosecution of the crime in court.
Jesse L. Martin,
An accountant is introduced to a mysterious sex club known as The List by his lawyer friend. But in this new world, he soon becomes the prime suspect in a woman's disappearance and a multi-million dollar heist.
There are repeated references to an auto part off of a 1998 V10 engine. In 1998, there were no production cars sold in the United States that were available with a V10 engine. Later in the movie, when Brandy is working under the hood of a car (ostensibly where the 1998 auto part came from) the car she is working on is a 1972 Chevrolet Nova. See more »
Enough business, and let's focus on pleasure.
I wish we could've gotten more out of George.
That little bitch. I just wanted to smack that smile off his face.
He's not a bad guy. He's just got this crazy sense of loyalty to my old man. And me too, I guess.
What are you complaining about? You've got a beautiful fiancee, a smoking-hot girlfriend and a bunch of running-around money.
That's evil shit.
Almost as bad as setting someone up for rape.
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As with the first three 'Wild Things' films, the scenes revealing the truth behind the film's mystery are shown in between the closing credits. See more »
Ted Wheetly is one the richest men in Florida. When he dies during a car race, his irresponsible and partying son Carson stands to inherit it all, as the wife died mysteriously. But old Ted knew about his son so he put all the money in a trust fund that Carson can access when he becomes 30, unless there is a medical emergency or a wedding. That gives Carson's girlfriend Rachel ideas. Yet, Carson doesn't want to get married. Until his hand is forced. Rachel and another girl he met during a party named Brandi devise a plan where Brandi accuses him of rape. That forces the executor of the will to free up some cash to buy her off. Once she drops the charges, Carson and Rachel marry.
This being a Wild Things movie, things aren't gong to stay just like that. Everyone is scheming to get the money. But they didn't count on a persistent cop who keeps digging into the strange car accident, on the relationship of all the kids, who to avoid drawing suspicion have to pretend they don't know each other all that well. That leads the cop to the discovery that Rachel and Brandi were childhood friends living in the swamps who always dreamed of moving up north and meeting a rich guy. Things get complicated for the cop until both girls walk into his office to implicate the other. And just as you think things have sorted themselves out, there are more twists.
Wild Things: Foursome keeps the tradition of having an attractive cast in beautiful Florida doing all sorts of naughty things to get a lot money. Jillian Murray, Marnette Patterson, Jessie Nickson are the pretty wild things this time around, and they are gorgeous to look at. Performances are very good, Marnette does a superb job and so does John Schneider, yes, THE John Schneider, who plays the cop. The story is interesting and you really do get into as you want to find out just how it all turns out. There is one highly erotic scene that give the movie its subtitle. Very worth seeing.
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