Released: Jun 01st, 1985
Running Time: 85
Director: Robert McCallum
Cast: Jerry Butler, Harry Reems, Traci Duzit, Bunny Bleu, Tamara Longley, Colleen Brennan, Billy Dee
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
If you were a high-powered Beverly Hills executive, how might your day go? Could it start with a little wake-me-up from the wife, continue to some backseat fun in the limo with your secretary, and wind up by the poolside with a male client, yourself and the beautiful maid? Well, if you're Harry Reems, it would, and then some!
Although Beverly Hills Exposed has a large cast of stars, this is clearly Reems' vehicle, and because of him it is a whimsical, sexy delight. Never having been "exposed" to Harry's talents before (I know, what rock have I been hiding under?) he reveals a terrific presence and ease with his work, as well as being an adept ad-libber. By the way, he performs sex with a glib, devil-may-care attitude that exudes total fun.
As Gregory Towns, Reems must face the deadly problems of the working class rich . . . the bitchy wife, the spoiled daughter, the hard sell client, etc. To liven up his day, Greg ogles his two maids, and gets it on with his gal Friday (Tamara Longley). His wife Tanya (Colleen Brennan) also cheats on him while at the spa, getting a real workout from gym instructor Jerry Butler.
Colleen Brennan and Bunny Bleu are listed as the main female stars in the opening credits, but actually they only sport some brief sex cameos. The lovely lady to who all the erotic credit should belong is Tamara Longley. She has all the makings of a "star" with her sultry looks . . . mostly legs and eyes, but wonderfully steamy nonetheless.
Good production values, snappy dialogue, and even-handed direction make Beverly Hills Exposed worthwhile, frivolous entertainment.