Released: Apr 01st, 2000
Running Time: 85
Director: Nic Cramer
Company: Plum Productions
Cast: RayVeness, John Strong, Brian Surewood, Chris Cannon, Gia (I), Alexa Rae, Inari Vachs, Ian Daniels, Shanna McCullough
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Nothing special; it should do fine among other films of this type. It might be worthwhile to pair it up with the 1993 mainstream movie Twenty Bucks and go for the crossover.
See, there's this $20 bill that keeps getting dropped and found by various people. Contact with this greenback appears to cause folks to do things on impulse; usually, something sexual occurs.
Alexa Rae is marvelous as a woman who spies the bill sticking out of an open purse, steals it, gets thrown in the slammer, and winds up in an excellent threeway with two prison guards in her cell. RayVeness plays a street whore who grudgingly does a bum for the $20. Shanna McCullough is a finicky bitch who snaps at limo driver Ian Daniels one minute and blows him the next. Gia tops off the tape doing Eric Price in a couples scene.
Overall, this film is a bit slow-moving, and occasionally a bit confusing. Still, the sex part works adequately even when chemistry between some performers doesn't firmly click into place.