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Hot Chocolate II

Released: Nov 01st, 1986
Running Time: 70
Director: Dallas Houston
Company: Essex Video
Cast: Jeannie Pepper, Billy Dee, Sahara (I), Angel Kelly, Ron Jeremy
Critical Rating: AA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AA

Nothing like some nice hot chocolate on a cold winter's night to get the blood flowing, right? Wrong —if the hot chocolate in question is this video. It's too lukewarm to get anything important flowing, especially anyone's libidinal juices.

A few years ago, Hot Chocolate started the current interracial sex craze. The story is inane, and the sex scenes, while professionally done, are rather mundane and tedious. The plot centers on two black stud-businessmen who try to teach a while co-worker the "tricks of the trade." Their main trick is hiring female "consultants" to get a "rise" out of their clients. Unfortunately, viewers probably won't get the same rise out of the action. The hottest scene involves Ron Jeremy (the inept salesman) and Billy Dee (one of the successful studs) taking on Sheri St. Clair (in a dominatrix outfit). It's not long before they "sell" her on their prowess as lovers.

All in all, however, Hot Chocolate II lacks heat and sexual sweetness. And the audio quality, at times, is also lacking. Thankfully this video is short, so if you drink it in it won't leave that much of a bad aftertaste in your mouth.


Related Content:

Essex Video
Jeannie Pepper
Sahara (I)
Angel Kelly
Ron Jeremy
Billy Dee
Dallas Houston


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