Released: Jul 01st, 1986
Running Time: 85
Director: Paul Vatelli
Cast: Francois Papillon, Randy West, Ginger Lynn, Lisa De Leeuw, Tantala, Billy Dee, Shone Taylor, Tess Ferre, Jerry Butler, Jamie Gillis, Bridgette Monet
Critical Rating: AA
Suzy Cox (Ginger Lynn), a lady private detective, is out to get the man who has been cheating little old ladies out of money, but giving them the time of their lives in this high budget, all-star film. The only identifying mark is a tattoo on his penis, so you know what she has to do to find him.
Unfortunately, it's her job and she does it as a job. The sex is mostly lukewarm and the scenes are a little too long. The girl/girl scene with Ginger and Bridgette Monet, playing rival detectives, never gets off the ground. The simultaneous scene with Sharon Mitchell listening to the girls from her car (she is bugging the room) and getting turned on, heats the movie up when a jogger (Randy West) joins her for a backseat brawl.
The only place that Ginger gets along is in the final scene with Jamis Gillis -- the lady-loving louse. Maybe she took the part seriously and decided to play the scenes that were "just a job" as just a job and save the passion for the finale. But who wants to sit through a bunch of dull scenes for the sake of playing the part as written?
Technically the film is good -- camera, costumes, sets, etc. Ginger is gorgeous and everyone acts well. It just misses.