Released: Jan 01st, 1997
Running Time: 106
Director: Jim Enright
Company: Intertropics Video
Distribution Companies: Metro Media
Cast: Tom Byron, Micki Lynn, Shyla Foxxx, Tatiana (I), Tony Tedeschi, Holly Hummer, Alexandria Silk, Jonathan Morgan
Critical Rating: AAAA
With half a dozen rod-raising sex scenes and a pace like greased lightning, Risque Burlesque 2 is a great adult comedy. Once again we follow the erotic and neurotic exploits of charming theatrical whiz/con-man Conrad Jenkins (Jonathan Morgan) and his malaproptically-challenged partner in theatrical crime, Antonio Spillini (Tony Tedeschi), as they fleece investors, avoid the cops and perform the horizontal Mambo with the chorus girls.
If Jenkins and Spillini can pry enough dough from society matron Veronica Hart (doing a nom-worthy Margaret Dumont imitation), they'll be able to salvage their vaudeville show, but slimy talent agent Benny Ratnick (born-to-be-played by Ron Jeremy) has a few tricks up his soup-splattered sleeve.
Despite the fact that RB2 is one of the most plot-heavy features in recent memory, Enright never forgets that bodacious bone-jumping is at the heart of the torrid tale. Shyla Foxxx warms up in a tasty 69 session with Tatiana (who by the way proves to be an absolutely fabulous comedienne), and gets the balls rolling by screwing Tedeschi atop their pocket rockets like a Mexican jumping bean with triple-digit hooters. "I caught her act in Tijuana," quips Jenkins. "She didn't make much money but she got to keep the donkey!"
Indeed. The non-stop onslaught of puns, witticisms and direct asides to the audience are the result of a hilarious screenplay by Jace Rocker, who clearly feels the same way about the AMC channel as Catholics do about the Pope. Deftly combining sex and humor, RB2 should appeal to a broad range of your clientele.