Released: Mar 01st, 1992
Running Time: 73
Director: Jim Enright
Company: Zane Entertainment Group
Cast: Buck Adams, Teri Diver, Britt Morgan, Melanie Moore, Eric Price, Jonathan Morgan
Critical Rating: AA
During the opening credits, a few bars of The Star Bangled Banner are played, so I stood up. Unfortunately, little else came to attention the rest of the video. The skeleton of a story is a throwback to the early 1970s when every feature seemed to be a one-joke show. The one-joke in contention here has hypnotist Eric Price placing half a dozen government-types under a post hypnotic suggestion so that they will screw their brains out every time they hear the word, "Bush."
In these days of the economy, that humor's going downhill faster than Charles Keating's Dun and Bradstreet rating. There is room for lots of satire and comedy, but what a waste of a good concept. Since the lead-in to each encounter consists of one word, each scene comes off as flat as Dan Quayle's E.E.G. Neither the presence of Teri Diver, Britt nor Melanie pump much life into this one-trick pony.