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Hard Driven

Released: Apr 01st, 1999
Running Time: 97
Director: Jim Enright
Company: VCA Platinum Plus
Cast: Mikki Taylor, Shay Sweet, Tony Tedeschi, Steve Hatcher, Keri Windsor, Kyle Stone (I), Kylie Ireland, Todd Alexander, RayVeness, Barett Moore
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

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Customers who prefer higher production values, a plot concept and the work of the featured performers should enjoy this tale of compu-sex

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Critical Rating: AAA

These computer games keep getting more and more complex! Todd Alexander and RayVeness find themselves really sucked into the new computer sex game they're supposed to play test. After undergoing DNA scanning and "mind stimulation," the sweaty little beta testers find themselves in a confusing world of sex and colorful wigs. Viewers are advised to give up any attempt to follow the plot or characters and instead just lean back and enjoy the ride. While our two wetware modules try to escape the clutches of the game, a riot of color, sound and sex swirls around them and makes them part of the action. It's stylish, it's futuristic. It's confusing and the dialogue is hard to hear. But it's sexy -- so who cares?


 

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