Virtual Voyeur

  • 2002
  • Movie
  • R
  • Action, Crime, Erotic

The potential thrills never materialize and the simulated passion fails to sizzle in this mechanical sexploitation picture. Sharon (Susan Featherly) is the best program designer Virtech ever hired, but that doesn't stop her superiors from trying to appropriate her brainchild: VirtualSex.com, a computerized orgasm program. Pressured to speed up delivery on...read more

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The potential thrills never materialize and the simulated passion fails to sizzle in this mechanical sexploitation picture. Sharon (Susan Featherly) is the best program designer Virtech ever hired, but that doesn't stop her superiors from trying to appropriate her brainchild: VirtualSex.com, a computerized orgasm program. Pressured to speed up delivery on the program, Sharon conducts a test run with her associate, Louis Burice (Brad Bartram). Randy Louis later gives it a solo try and winds up in a coma. Virtech CEO Mr. White (Arthur Roberts) blames Sharon for the snafu, cuts her loose and tries to steal VirtualSex. Meanwhile, the police are looking into Sharon's involvement in Louis's accident. After ensuring the Virtech can't use her hardware without her, Sharon heads for Las Vegas and offers hotel manager Kevin Pallone (Jason Schnuit) a lease on her invention. Desperate to please the mobsters who own his hotel/casino Kevin decides his establishment should corner the market in tourist sex. Sharon has a fling with Kevin before returning to Los Angeles, where she persuades baffled doctors to hook Louis back up to her virtual dohickey. Voila! He's cured. Having outwitted CEO White, Sharon is more than a match for Kevin, who thinks he can co-opt her invention. But Kevin's boss, Mr. Nappa (Charles Guardino), hires a hit man to take Sharon permanently out of the — she'll have to sidestep a series of assassination if she wants to take her rightful place as the godmother of virtual sex. A tangential sequel to the equally dismal VIRTUAL GIRL (1998), this smutty thriller hypocritically punishes any character who dares to seek out personal pleasure. The cast is well toned, but their acting skills are flabby, making this peep show more apathy-inducing than arousing.

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  • Released: 2002
  • Rating: R
  • Review: The potential thrills never materialize and the simulated passion fails to sizzle in this mechanical sexploitation picture. Sharon (Susan Featherly) is the best program designer Virtech ever hired, but that doesn't stop her superiors from trying to appropr… (more)

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