Released: Sep 01st, 1995
Running Time: 83
Director: Buck Adams
Company: Sin City Entertainment
Cast: T.T. Boy, Nikole Lace, Kelly Jaye, Holly Body, Tony Tedeschi, Sid Deuce, Buck Adams, Caressa Savage, Jessica James, Gerry Pike, Jim Powers
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
An interesting and entertaining script by Jim Powers results in a spinoff of the Top Gun theme complete with flying metaphors, good editing (mixed with clips of screeching jet fighters) and plenty of realistic scenery and equipment. Hey, where else can you see T.T. Boy at the controls of a military plane looking as though he needs to hear "Ride of the Valkyries?" T.T. is joined at the controls (in itself a scary concept) by such lovelies as Jessica James, Kelly Jaye, and other female flyers.
Gerry Pike is a sadistic spy who finds time to give Holly Body a quick anal encounter while stealing a chunk of hard rock plutonium. He plans to blackmail the government or blow up Las Vegas. In the meantime, T.T. easily gets picked up by Jessica James in a bar, and (on her back) this chesty lady looks like twin missile silos ready to launch skywards.
The search for plutonium enlists the help of some hotshot Russian pilots (nice accent, Mr. Tedeschi!). Tony and Sid Deuce find themselves in the control tower after-hours, and he really savors her stuck-it-all-up blow job. Sid excels at strutting and stalking her Russian prey. This room also sees Jessica and Caressa Savage indulging in a sensual girl/girl.
The overall feeling of this well-made sexual flight of fancy is action, humor, and plenty of heat combined with an entertaining story line. Suggest this one for customers who enjoy a robust plot.