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X Factor

Released: Jan 01st, 1985
Running Time: 90
Director: Hal Freeman
Company: Hollywood
Cast: Pamela Mann, Danica Rhae, Kristarrah Barrington, Paul Thomas, Eric Edwards
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: Film

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Critical Rating: AAAA

The X Factor is a strange curative power that a vibrant young, buxom brunette has when she's in the midst of an orgasm. A young man (Eric Edwards) first stumbles across it when he strikes up a romantic affair after breaking up with is girlfriend (Danica Rhae). The sexual energy, for some reason, cures things, anything - broken chairs, dying plants, sad people. It only happens when she's fucking him. He takes her to a doctor who wants to study this strange behavior, leading to more sex as she cures things while getting fucked. The script is ambitious and innovative, but neither the cast or Hal Freemand are up to the task, making this an odd blend of imaginative ideas poorly executed. The hottest sex scene, for example, isn't with Pamela Mann (although those hooters are a delight to watch). It's between Edwards and his girlfriend, who fuck ferociously during their breakup argument.


 

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