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Whispers [Hollywood Video]

Released: Feb 01st, 1993
Running Time: 80
Director: Jim Enright
Company: Hollywood Video
Cast: T.T. Boy, Marc Wallice, Nicole London, Marissa Malibu, Jonathan Morgan, Kiss, Mona Lisa (III)
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA

Steamy sex scenes highlight the well-packaged Whispers, a video that imitates Hitchcock badly, but never forgets that its purpose is eroticism. T.T. Boy plows the under-seen and under-appreciated Nicole London, and neither have ever been better. Too bad she has to get killed right afterward. Marc Wallice, as the hotel dick, contributes a ball-churner with waitress Mona Lisa. Mona pumps waitmate Kiss for info on the mysterious Jonathan Morgan, and we see those two in a torrid flashback. Kiss, turned on by the memory, trades her info for a girl/girl scene with Mona Lisa in the bar, one of the best such in recent memory. The boxcover payoff is the closer, as T.T. takes on murderess Marissa in another winner, overlaid with distracting music, featuring a caterwauling vocal that sounds like Alvin the Chipmunk caught in a vacuum cleaner. Ah, forget the criticism — just feast on the sex! Definitely recommended.


 

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T.T. Boy
Marc Wallice
Nicole London
Marissa Malibu
Jonathan Morgan
Kiss
Mona Lisa (III)
Jim Enright

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