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Dark Justice

Released: Jul 01st, 1992
Running Time: 77
Director: Jim Enright
Company: Western Visuals
Cast: T.T. Boy, Melanie Moore, Christine Applay, Patricia Kennedy, Sean Michaels, Julian St. Jox, Teri Diver
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Specialty

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Critical Rating: AAA

Well, well, well... if it isn't Judge Clarence Thompson (Sean Michaels) on the eve of his appointment to a high court with his clerk (Patricia Kennedy). Needless to say, they're soon naked and sweaty. Afterwards he dresses just in time to enjoy a wonderful present his wife arranged - two hookers (Teri Diver, Melanie Moore) putting on a very hot show. Senators T.T. Boy and Julian St. Jox show up and catch the judge with porno all over the house, but luckily the agreeable and lovely ladies know just how to convince the senators to keep quiet about the judge's indiscretions.

Dark Justice is well shot, the sex is particularly hot and abundant (although the first scene should have been stronger), and there's lots of chuckles to go around. What brings this down is that just about everybody stumbles through their dialogue. Fans of interracial action will find plenty to appreciate here. Even though the events spoofed by this feature occurred some time ago, it's still fresh in the public's mind, and should be appreciated by renters. Check it out - it's the law!


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