Get Luckier (2005)

X | | Comedy, Adult | Video 2005
Maxwell Sharp, COMMAND agent 86 & 1/2 fights the evil doers of SCUM, who have developed a ray gun that reduces the mind of its adult victim to that of a child.

Director:

Marc Cushman (as Cash Markman)

Writer:

Marc Cushman (as Cash Markman)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Steve Austin Steve Austin
Frank Bukkwyd Frank Bukkwyd
Cindy Crawford Cindy Crawford
Tommy Gunn
Juliana Kinkaid Juliana Kinkaid ... (as Bree)
Shy Love
Katie Morgan
Slick Rhodes Slick Rhodes
Dick Smothers Jr. Dick Smothers Jr. ... Maxwell Sharp
Lee Stone ... Tiny
Tony Tedeschi ... Wolfgang Heinzkirk
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Maxwell Sharp, COMMAND agent 86 & 1/2 fights the evil doers of SCUM, who have developed a ray gun that reduces the mind of its adult victim to that of a child.

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Genres:

Comedy | Adult

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X
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Take-ff of "Get Smart." This movie was a sequel to 2004'a "Get Lucky," which also starred Dick Smothers, Jr., doing his dead-on impression of Don Adams, TV's Maxwell Smart. See more »

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Followed by Get Smartass (2008) See more »

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One more time, not very good
12 January 2016 | by lor_See all my reviews

Preceding the current lamentable wave of porn ripoffs, this Hustler-backed sequel to Get Lucky applies the same formula but with weak results. It's not very funny (basically repeating the first spoof's gags) and the cast has deteriorated.

Katie Morgan is far, far better in her other leading roles, and co-star Shy Love is attractive but untalented. Dick Smothers Jr. trots out his Don Adams impression again, and it's tiresome, having worn out its welcome. After the first film's mystery regarding Smothers' sexual prowess, I watched the sequel very, very closely, and in his sex footage his face is not shown, only fleetingly preventing a positive identification, so the question of whether the famed folksinger's offspring is doubled in his XXX porn performances by a stunt dick remains open. In both films I got the impression one receives when watching a movie where a stuntman does the dangerous stuff and averts his face to fool you.

Story, sex, everything is perfunctory and sorely missed are the original's assets, notably the ethereal beauty of Nikki Benz. The prolific (and overly proud of it) Cash Markman stoops to exact repetition to kill running time, as in the gag of the dog- protector for the Cone of Silence - at that point I knew I was in trouble.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Get Luckier! See more »

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