Released: Jun 01st, 2000
Running Time: 122
Director: Veronica Hart
Company: VCA Platinum Plus
Cast: Vicca, Sindee Coxx, Dale DaBone, Christi Lake, Nina Hartley, Joel Lawrence, Tony Tedeschi, Ian Daniels, Nikita (I)
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
A couples-friendly comedy with wide enough variety to satisfy all but the most discriminating tastes.
DaBone plays a cybernetics expert hired to develop Project Booby Trap for the CIA. Nikita and Vicca are his amazingly life-like automatons. In order to explain their Eastern European accents, the plot is steered towards creaky cold war spy satire instead of exploring the futuristic possibilities of artificial life. As for the satire, these are the kind of groaning gags only Leslie Nielsen could pull off with aplomb. In the hands of porn players, viewers will feel a sharp pain in their ribs long after the sex scenes are forgotten.
So it's a lucky thing there are eight full-fledged sex scenes to periodically clear the air. Nearly everyone gets involved with the stunning android agents. Nikita gives Daniels a clandestine hand job in a bar. She reaches into his trench coat and yanks on his stiffy 'til it throws up on a martini napkin, then lures him and his comrade into an anything-but-mechanical d.p. Her resemblance to Greta Garbo gives that gooey facial an air of timeless perfection.
Vicca, who is more believably robotic, nabs all of the cyborg Sapphism. She clenches Christi Lake's Venusian mound in her gums, and later shares a Hartley sandwich with Tedeschi.
The editing is tight and the carnal transactions keep rolling along.