You won't find any of the characters in this silly sex binge filing sex-harassment lawsuits. It's a softcore flick set in an office in which kinkiness is part of everyone's job description.
Jock ad exec Michael (Ken Steadman) dumps his latest lust-bunny Melody (Pamela Dickerson) because he feels their sex life is dull. Once he eyes the new marketing/media agent Suzanne Bronhill (Lisa Boyle), he's convinced she's the babe who can fly him to moon. Warned by Suzanne's discarded playmate
Nick (James Dizazzo) that this ballbuster will feed him through a sexual shredder, Michael nonetheless pursues the teasing tramp. As ambitious as she is controlling, Suzanne drives Michael wild with a series of interrupted pleasures and then finally waxes his surfboard, so to speak, when he should
be prepared for a meeting with a Japanese client. Never repeating any sex game twice, Suzanne dazzles Michael by switching from spankable schoolgirl to dominatrix. Even when dumped Nick drugs himself into a stupor, Michael remains convinced he can handle her. To his chagrin, Suzanne not only
outshines his campaign ideas at work, but also sleeps with the important Japanese client. After Suzanne bags Michael when he breaks a cardinal rule by declining a challenge to include Melody in a menage a trois, Michael falls apart. He bugs heartless Suzanne until she has him arrested for rape.
Striving for ascendancy, Michael hits Suzanne with a fake suicide pact, but she strikes back by persuading her new cop boy toy to arrest him. Only when Michael counters by nearly drowning her does the turbo-slut admit that she loves Michael and is willing to cry uncle!
For all the lip smacks and pelvic thrusts, this ineffectual, childish romp goes where other skinflicks have already gone before. Despite the vexatious vixen's reputation, her methods (bondage, candle wax, public sex) are old hat in the arena of direct-to-video sleaze. Although every cast member,
even extras, seems to have spent life at a gym, the actors don't exude any personality--it's as if their only signs of life emanate from erogenous zones. Boyle has a body stacked with sinuous curves, but is stuck with an immature voice and a nagging demeanor; where's Shannon Tweed when you really
need her? The preposterous business setting, perhaps a nod to DISCLOSURE, gives fresh meaning to the notion of a leg up the corporate ladder. (Extreme profanity, extensive nudity, substance abuse, sexual situations.)
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- Released: 1995
- Rating: NR
- Review: You won't find any of the characters in this silly sex binge filing sex-harassment lawsuits. It's a softcore flick set in an office in which kinkiness is part of everyone's job description. Jock ad exec Michael (Ken Steadman) dumps his latest lust-bunny M… (more)