Released: Apr 01st, 1991
Running Time: 82
Directors: Angel Kelly, Richard Parfait
Company: SoHo Productions
Cast: Joey Silvera, Natasha Skyler, T.T. Boy, Dominique (I), Chi Chi LaRue, Jamie Leigh, Angel Kelly, Randy West
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Once upon a time there were two partners in crime, Danny Dangerous and Dominic Capiletti. Dominic (West) had an affair with Danny's wife (Pepper) and she had his child. Years later, when the girl has reached maturity, Dominic is killed by Danny's true daughter (Kelly) and the last Capiletti swears to avenge her father. Thus, the ball is set into motion for a delightful sendup of the ganster genre.
This is a first rate production with an emphasis on humor as much as sex. Joey Silvera and T.T. Boy are terrific as two bungling police inspectors who suspect foul play on the part of Ms. Dangerous. Aided by wacky props like an oversized magnifying glass and an ever-shooting camera, they ham up their parts to the hilt, even when sampling some of the hookers in the Dangerous stable (Chi Chi LaRue gives a diving performance as their madame, "Big Momma").
The don's daughter, Andrea Capiletti, is played by Dominique with an earnest, if underdeveloped, acting range, however she more than makes up for that lack of talent with other, more impressive skills. Andrea decides to infiltrate the headquarters of Angelica Dangerous by posing as a prostitute for hire; and her frenzied "audition" with big F.M. Bradley is the sexual high point of the feature.
A good deal of thought and craft went into the making of Even More Dangerous, and it shows.