Released: Apr 01st, 1993
Running Time: 80
Director: Frank Marino
Company: Legend Video
Cast: Tony Martino, Jon Dough, Nicole London, Alex Jordan, Melanie Moore, Sierra (I)
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
The cute and very sexy Sierra, in the title role as Lolita Fisher, does a splendid little job. She's the best thing about the video as she taunts, teases and flashes her ass in a manner of a wide-eyed innocent who may not realize her body IS lethal cargo.
Sierra has literally fucked senator Randy West to death ("outside of his politically assigned district"), and the sordid affair becomes fodder for national consumption. The matter is brought before the "The Citizen's Court", with judge Alex Jordan and a jury of the national TV audience being assigned the task of judging Sierra's guilt or innocence. There's some funny lines throughout, and the final tally shows Ross Perot getting 17 million votes, notwithstanding the verdict on Sierra.
Lethal Lolita has its awkward moments. Jon Dough as the prosecuting attorney delivers his opening arguments like he's being fed the script one word at a time through an ear mike, but once the ball gets rolling the scenes come off pretty smoothly and are carried with professional flair.
West's pairing with Sierra is my favorite of the bunch and the requisite threeway with Dough, defense attorney Melanie Moore and Jordan in the judge's chambers come in second on the heat scale.
The courtroom sets are on-the-money, and the sex, irrespective of some awkward segues, gets the job done. Plaudits on the boxcover: an interesting conceptualization featuring a double exposure of Sierra set against a replica of the familiar "Lolita" logo from the notorious 1960's film.