Released: Jul 01st, 1993
Running Time: 71
Directors: John T Bone, John T. Bone
Company: Zane Entertainment Group
Cast: Lynn LeMay, T.T. Boy, Tami Monroe, Dyanna Lauren, Deborah Wells, Jonathan Morgan
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Tami's torso is an awesome achievement of modern medical technology. Her latest enhancements are two astoundingly spherical, gravity-defying boulders, each quite literally the size of her head. She is, perhaps, the ultimate manufactured boy-toy. Her scenes are the only reason to see this incredibly flat-footed takeoff on the remake of Father Of The Bride. When you see Jonathan Morgan's name in the credits, you immediately know he's going to chew up scenery and have an obnoxious accent as the Martin Short character (fast-forward definitely in order); what you don't expect are two rival accents from Misses Lauren and Wells.
Tami teases T.T., and quickly gives in after she extracts a proposal. Both these pros give great value in a sizzling opener. The next scenes, featuring stepmom Dyanna with houseboy Wallice, and already-straying T.T. with maid Deborah, are intercut precisely to kill any sexual interest.
A three-way with Morgan, Dyanna, and Lynn LeMay is pleasing enough, but Morgan's previous overacting deadens the interest. Tami shines again in a closing girl/girler with a repentant Deborah, but this one pleases only in fits and starts.