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Released: Jan 01st, 2002
Running Time: 80
Company: Legend Video
Cast: Alec Metro, Mike Horner, Elizabeth X, Jewel De'Nyle, Tod Hunter, Evan Stone, Frank Bukkwyd, Angelica Sin, Kate Frost, Bridgette Kerkove, Steve Austin
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: Feature

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Recommend with confidence to those seeking a sex comedy that's easy to pay attention to as well as fuck in front of.

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Critical Rating: AAAA

Wow, man. It's, like, the summer of 1970, ya know? And, like, there's naked people makin' sex videos, can ya dig it? But The Man is so un-cool and un-hip, just trying to mess with a beautiful thing and fuck with everyone's heads. Get the picture? Funny as hell (not even counting the very not-'70s tattoos, piercings, enormous implants, and shaved pubes), the tale of super-straight cops Joe Thursday (Steve Austin) and Bill Blannon (Anthony Crane) who infiltrate a clandestine porno shoot is funny and sexy, to boot. Watching Austin getting laid while in drag is worth the price of admission alone. Seeing Elizabeth X and Mike Horner break the bounds of whitebread middle-American sexual repression is pretty good, too. But who the heck is that guy who keeps answering the door? Entertaining uncredited non-sex appearance by Ron Jeremy. Unless you consider eating a sandwich to be a sex act, of course.


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Alec Metro
Evan Stone
Elizabeth X
Steve Austin
Angelica Sin
Tod Hunter
Mike Horner
Bridgette Kerkove
Frank Bukkwyd
Jewel De'Nyle
Kate Frost


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