1 user 1 critic

Playtime (1996)

X | | Adult | Video
Nikki Tyler and friends have a bet: Any man can be bedded--if you handle him correctly. Including car salesmen, writers, and politicians.


Kelly Holland (as Toni English)


Cast overview:
Nikki Tyler Nikki Tyler ... Vanessa
Brittany Andrews Brittany Andrews
Stacy Valentine ... Maggie
Precious Silver Precious Silver ... (as Crayola Blu)
Jon Dough ... Carl Friendly
Tony Tedeschi ... Orgy Man
Colt Steele Colt Steele ... Bret Rivers
Mark Davis ... Sam
Tom Byron ... Henry Archer


Nikki Tyler and friends have a bet: Any man can be bedded--if you handle him correctly. Including car salesmen, writers, and politicians.

Plot Summary | Add Synopsis


She works hard and plays hard.And this time she's playing for keeps.










Company Credits

Production Co:

Vivid Entertainment,Wave See more »
Show more on IMDbPro »

Technical Specs



See full technical specs »

Frequently Asked Questions

This FAQ is empty. Add the first question.

User Reviews

Vapid blondes by the bushel
5 September 2017 | by lor_See all my reviews

With former King of the Mountain distributor Vivid Video all but dead, my survey of a couple of decades of its releases reached rock bottom quickly upon viewing a freebie (kindly included in a quantity DVD order I placed, as a thank you bonus) titled "Playtime". No, it wasn't the Jacques Tati 70mm classic, but rather an unfortunate lapse by director Toni English, among my favorites but certainly losing brownie points via this stinker.

She had the temerity to cast four lookalike blondes in all the femme roles, creating a blinding effect and overall maximum tedium. Fortunately it's a short feature (78 minutes) like most Vivids of two decades back, but that ends up constituting 78 minutes of wasted time.

Non-story has the girls making a bet, after finding out that one of them, contract star of the project Nikki Tyler (one of my least favorites among all Vivid girls) had bedded a celebrity rock star, played listlessly by Colt Steele, more interested in the look of his shoulder-length hair than anything else.

So they seek out local celebrities (and that's a stretch) to hump in a female game of one-upmanship. Successfully targeted are used car salesman (celebrity?) Jon Dough, newspaper advice columnist Tom Byron and politician Mark Davis.

Watching these instant seductions consumes most of the running time, leading to a final orgy of all four girls plus a lucky (I assume he digs blondes) Tony Tedeschi. To call this mindless would be redundant.

Clearly the few folk who voted for this one in IMDb fall into the camp of rating the girls rather than the movie, a popularity contest distinction that I've found makes IMDb ratings as misleading as those industry awards and nominations which rarely indicate quality of any sort (e.g., AVN).

0 of 0 people found this review helpful.  Was this review helpful to you? | Report this
Review this title | See one user review »

Contribute to This Page

Recently Viewed