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Sex, Lies & Politics
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by Scott Weinberg

"Yes, men will indeed do ANYthing in order to see bare breasts."
1 stars

Consdering the unending stream of soft-core skin flicks we've been offered over the past 20-some years, I suppose it's amazing that the no-penetration smut merchants even BOTHER coming up with "plots" any more. Sex, Lies & Politics does indeed have a plot...and here it is:

A sleazy politician gets a hold of a small electronic box that, when pointed at a woman and enabled, while make the victim horny to the point of public humiliation. Thus we get a half-dozen boob-centric sex sequences that are only casually punctuated by dialogue such as "Give me that box!" and "Ooohhhh... I feel all... tingly!"

Sleazy Ron Slick points his horn-box at any woman that stands in his way; a sexy congresswoman is compelled to blow an old man during a press conference; a nosy reporter is forced to masturbate on a plane; curious lady cops get mysteriously coerced into stripping and shagging. It's all very stupid.

But while Sex, Lies & Politics is, of course, an irretrievably atrocious movie, there is something to be said for a soft-core smut flick that delivers the boobs frequently and courtesy of some rather lovely woman. Genre veterans Jacqueline Lovell and Kim Dawson deliver the skin early, often and enthusiastically. If the movie doesn't deliver any truly "exciting" sex scenes, it does present a handful of lovely women happy to show off their goodies. Sure, that's not much of a compliment, but then Sex, Lies & Politics isn't much of a movie.

Judged solely on what the movie clearly is, Sex, Lies & Politics offers a handful of sexily diverting moments...

...mired in a narrative so silly and effortlessly stupid that it will have you reaching for the FF button of your remote. Often.

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originally posted: 05/11/04 10:48:08
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2/22/07 Mary OMG this was awful. We had no idea what we were renting, we expected political satire 1 stars
IF YOU'VE SEEN THIS FILM, RATE IT!
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USA
  02-May-1997 (NR)

UK
  N/A

Australia
  02-Oct-1997


Directed by
  Brian Rudnick

Written by
  Lev L. Spiro

Cast
  Kevin E. West
  John Lazar
  Kim Dawson
  Jacqueline Lovell
  Jennifer Burton
  Kiva



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