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Rump-Shaker 2

Released: Apr 01st, 1994
Running Time: 72
Director: Ron Hightower
Company: Heatwave Entertainment
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AA 1/2

Jimmy Z reprises his role as the owner of Rump-Shaker, the dance club/whorehouse that gives the vid it's title. This time Jimmy's given a magic bottle by the ghost of all pimps (Jack Baker) that allows him to spy on what his girls are up to when they are off duty. First he sees Champagne take his partner Tony Montana on in a overlong hump scene that becomes tedious, but after all, she has star billing.

Then he catches his live-in lady, Jeannie Pepper, and his girl, Janet Jacme, in a girl/girler that is as spicy as Jeannie's name. Pro Jacme is so impressed (as are we) that she offers to pay Pepper, the amateur. The last scene has Kira and Chuck Stone balling their brains out in the club. Stone has the best line: "I want your ass in my office, now." He then plunges away into her quivering bum, but pulls out in time to give her a drenching facial.

Director Hightower has the annoying habit of not staying with one scene long enough, trying to be arty by the use of mirrors, and his slooow dissolves greatly retard the action — problems Ron should be aware of and have corrected by now. Still, his instincts are good, and he'll get better with more practice.


 

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