Released: Feb 01st, 1992
Running Time: 73
Director: Jack Stephen
Company: CDI Home Video
Cast: Joey Silvera, Steve Drake, Marc Wallice, Ashley Nicole, Sharise (I), Debi Diamond
Critical Rating: AAA
It's that old battle of the sexes thing. Guys say stupid things under the power of an orgasm, commit themselves sheepishly, and the woman responds with the enthusiasm of an armed holdup.
Steve Drake shoots a manly load on K.C. in the opening sequence, then tells her he loves her. K.C. is so blase about it, that Drake bounces off her indifference into the arms of another woman (actually, hooker).
Mankind has been using this feel-sorry-for-me ploy for centuries to justify his dalliances, and it works entertainingly in this daffy script of guilty infidelity.
Meanwhile, while Drake's on the prowl, there's a hilarious verbal sequence between Marc Wallice and Debi Diamond that serves up both Debi and fellow trickster Ashley Nicole in a couple of rousing sex segments. Ashley looks magnifico as Wallice, I'm sure through the magic of editing, does back to back pop shots with the two ladies.
And speaking of more manly loads, Drake comes through with another during a foursome with Sharise, Diamond and Silvera.
Some real pregnant pauses occur glaringly in the dialogue between Drake and Joey Silvera. This could have been overcome by tighter editing, but you'll find Nothing But Trouble, nonetheless an entertaining show, and the little bedroom dialogue between K.C. and Drake at the end is so true-to-life, it's probably happened to all of us.