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A Little Irresistible

Released: Dec 01st, 1991
Running Time: 70
Director: Henri Pachard
Company: Zane Entertainment Group
Cast: Buck Adams, Raven (I), Debi Diamond, Napoleon, Holy Ryder, Marc Wallice, Melanie Moore
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA

Buck Adams is a master at milking a part for all it's worth.  and here's Buck at his best playing a rock concert promoter who's big on ego and short on storyline.  Give Buck credit, though.  He's deliciously obnoxious in what amounts to a throwaway role.

His character would like to prove that his competitor, Napoleon, comes up "short" in more ways than one.  Buck can put on shows.  Buck can get better female talent.  Buck can screw better.  Did someone yell, "sex contest"?  Au contraire, Buckaroo, Napoleon has already proven himself in the recent hit video, Two of a Kind, and scores impressively here in separate action scenes with Raven, then with the twosome of melanie Moore and Debi Diamond.

You can talk about Nina Hartley's butt all you want, but the sight of Diamond bent over as in her barroom scene with Adams, prompts chills and a certain amount of awe.

The boxcover spoofing the robert Palmer Simply Irresistible album is a surefire customer magnate though the concept doesn't get spin in the actual video.


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Zane Entertainment Group
Marc Wallice
Buck Adams
Debi Diamond
Holy Ryder
Melanie Moore
Raven (I)
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