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Girl with the Sex-Ray Eyes (2007)

TV-MA | | Comedy | TV Movie 16 August 2007
An American secret agent and an evil female supercriminal vie to recover a pair of top secret X-ray vision glasses that have accidentally fallen into the hands of a ditzy stripper.

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Fred Olen Ray (as Nicholas Medina)

Writer:

Fred Olen Ray (as Sherman Scott)
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Nicole Sheridan ... Taffy
Brad Bartram ... Agent Richardson
Voodoo Voodoo ... Eddie (as Alexandre Boisvert)
Shannon Kelly Shannon Kelly ... Mao Myx
Evan Stone ... Vargas
Daisy Marie Daisy Marie ... Massage Girl
Don Scribner ... Mr. Thompson (as Don Donaldson)
Christine Nguyen ... Kelly
Gina Rodriguez ... Natasha Rubikoff (as Demi Delia)
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In a hideaway near London, U.S. secret agent Richardson buys a unique pair of X-ray glasses from Natasha Rubikoff, a free-lance spy. Before he can get them to a lab in the U.S., he bumps into a stranger on the street; in the tangle, she ends up with the glasses. Before Richardson can track her down, she and her boyfriend head for Vegas to use the glasses to win at blackjack. Meanwhile, Natasha has run afoul of Mao Myx, an evil minx who had a buyer for the glasses. Mao's strongman Vargas has Natasha in a dungeon cell, and he goes looking for Richardson. Will the glasses fall into the hands of the wrong party? Or can Richardson recover them so the U.S. President can win at poker? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Comedy

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USA

Language:

English

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16 August 2007 (USA) See more »

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The character played by actor Evan Stone is listed in the closing credits as "Vargas", but he is referred to throughout the film as "Largo". See more »

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References X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes (1963) See more »

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Solid Entry in Nicholas Medina's "Bikini" Softcore Films
9 July 2008 | by TimeNTideSee all my reviews

Even though it doesn't have the word "Bikini" in the title like most of the others, this flick is definitely one of Fred Olen Ray's (aka Nicholas Medina) "Bikini" series of softcore films that stay in constant rotation on Cinemax. If you seen any of the previous films (e.g. "Bikini Round-Up", "Ghost in a Teeny Bikini"), you know what to expect. A silly but moderately amusing comic spoof of some movie genre, a cast half made up from Fred's band of regulars who've found a niche, and six good solid simulated sex scenes. As always, it's a big budget (for softcore porn) film that actually has a plot, action, sets, costumes, special effects (albeit cheesy), outdoor scenes, all new footage, etc. as opposed to all those softcore films which are nothing but several actors sitting around a house talking and having sex, often with archive footage slipped in.

This time it's a spy spoof, with a government agent and the evil henchman of a sexy female criminal vying to regain possession of a pair of top secret X-ray vision glasses that have fallen into the hands of a ditzy stripper and her dopey boyfriend. As usual, the plot is silly but amusing and is sprinkled with quite a few very funny lines.

Nicole Sheridan and Alexandre Boisvert (with another silly hairdo) are back as the ditzy couple and do their regular clowning, and Brad Bartram is very good in the straight comic role of the government agent. And as always, Evan Stone does his thing in the over-the-top campy role (with ridiculous costume), this time as the evil henchman. Part-timer Christine Nguyen (and her cute smile) pops in for a couple of scenes, and newcomer Demi Delia does a good job as the Russian double agent. The only hiccup in the acting is newcomer Shannon Kelly who is really stiff with her lines as the evil supercriminal.

As for the simulated sex scenes, the "Bikini" flicks always do a pretty good job, but the quality is a little more up and down this time. The standout scenes are the Evan Stone/Demi Delia and Shannon Kelly/Daisy Marie scenes, which are excellent. On the other end of the spectrum, although I enjoy their comedy, I'm getting tired of watching Nicole Sheridan and Alexandre Boisvert have sex, partially due to the lack of different partners, and very much due to her plastic pig snout that seems to get worse with every nose job. As for the new girls, Demi Delia is fine, Shannon Kelly looks good except for the low quality breast job, and Daisy Marie is a very beautiful (and all natural) girl.

Overall... another solid entry in the "Bikini" softcore films.


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