Released: Dec 01st, 1999
Running Time: 78, 78
Director: Buck Adams
Company: Multimedia Pictures
Cast: Alec Metro, Nikita (I), Tabitha Stevens, Alexandra Quinn, Stephanie Swift, Buck Adams, Micky Ray, Raylene, Veronica Brazil, Valentino (I), Billy Glide, Sindee Coxx, Vicca, Roy Garcia
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Guys who dig war movies which feature lines like, \"Hang on buddy, we\'re here to take you home.\"
President Buck Adams has a sticky situation on his hands. A chopper full of USO pin-up girls has gone down in rebel territory in some Central American war zone. The vice president's sister is with them, making their rescue a priority. He dispatches a commando force "which doesn't actually exist," led by studly Micky Ray, to get them back. Then the rebel group in question, headed by Valentino, captures a nuclear device, and the guys have to go back —although they were going back anyway because they didn't finish rescuing all the girls the first time they went in. Huh?
Sadly, the loopy plot driving this feature is its strongest asset, next to two so-so butt-fuck sequences turned in by Valentino and Veronica Brazil, who's looking more and more like a young Kitten Natividad every time we see her. The leading men kinda look like special ops guys when they get all suited up, but the way they handle their weapons made this reviewer flinch every time one of their fingers went near the trigger for fear one of them might shoot himself or, more likely, the guy in front of him.
When the commandos rescue the pin-up girls, there's plenty of thank-you-very-much fucking, or course; but all of it is stagy and kinda stiff. The erotic content (Brazil's hearty culo-cramming not withstanding) is therefore kinda blah, and we're left to watch a bunch of porn boys stomping around through the bushes trying to look material and dangerous.