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Deep Throat II, a review by Jimmy


Title: Deep Throat II (1974)

Genre: Comedy
Director: Joe Sarno
Rating: Unrated (film originally rated R)
Length: 1h29
Video: Widescreen
Audio: English
Subtitles: None

Linda Lovelace
Harry Reems
Levi Richards
Chris Jordan
Jamie Gillis

When one of sex therapist extraordinaire Linda's patients turns out to be harboring the plans to a top-secret government computer, both the KGB and the CIA attempt to enlist Linda in their efforts to steal the data. A zany comedy part James Bond, part Marx Brothers - all Linda Lovelace!

My Thoughts:
I hate the original Deep Throat for many reasons, but it's mostly because it doesn't deserve its reputation (as you have seen in my xxx reviews topic many quality features were made more than 3 years before) and its a boring piece of crap badly act. So the fact that it's Joe Sarno who had directed the sequel is the reason why I was interested to get it. Of course the cast help also since it's a real showcase for the acting talent of many adult performers. Almost all the adult movie's actors of this time appear in this ;D Just to give you an idea of what I means Andrea True, Tina Russell, Helen Madigan, Marc Stevens, Ashley Moore, Roger Caine and many others are in the cast. Surprisingly this follow up isn't an adult film, not even a softcore one in fact there is almost no nudity (that's why it is place here). Sure it's a silly comedy, but a funny one and this is well act (with the exception of Linda Lovelace who can't act even with a gun on her head ::)).

Recommanded if you want to see why I respect those actors so much and if you want to discover the works of Sarno but the nudity frighten you :tease:

Rating :

(From The little known movie review depot on September 8th, 2009)

Member's Reviews

The Queen, a review by Critter

The Queen (2006)

Director: Stephen Frears

Plot: After the death of Princess Diana, HM Queen Elizabeth II struggles with her reaction to a sequence of events nobody could have predicted.

Cast: Helen Mirren, James Cromwell, Alex Jennings, Roger Allam, Sylvia Syms, Tim McMullan, Douglas Reith.

My Thoughts:Rating:  

(From Critter's Alphabet Marathon Reviews on July 12th, 2010)

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Pete's Pilots, a review by addicted2dvd

Good Morning World
Good Morning World - The flrty 60's TV sitcom that takes mixing business with pleasure to new extremes! The action unfolds every day at a small Las Angeles radio station where Larry (Ronnie Schell), and Dave (Joby Baker) work as morning show DJs. While Larry is a swinging Ladies' man with his eye on every woman on the block, including Dave's bombshell neighbor (Goldie Hawn) Dave is the bumbling married guy who is just trying to stay out of trouble with his wife (Julie Parish). Despite their good intentions they find no end to adventureas their job gets them into all sorts of fun - from broadcasting from a nude ranch, to polling listeners about Dave's wife, to using their job as an excuse to take flying lessons. This is the series that launched the mega-career of Hollywood starlet, Goldie Hawn, and it set the standard for edgy, provocative sitcom style that America has come to adore.

Knits to You, Sir
When Dave and his wife Linda try to return a "bargain" sweater, they get into a dispute with the store, which happens to be a sponsor of Dave's show.

My Thoughts:
This is a series that I bought blind when I found I could get the entire series (26 Episodes) for under $20... and it had Goldie Hawn in it... so figured I would give it a chance. It is a pretty good show. Has a few laughs... but not a favorite in my collection. I found out today while trying to get info on this series for my post that the episodes are not in order on the discs. This pilot episode is the fourth episode in the set. I also have to say... this has one of the most annoying themes out there. But the show isn't too bad really... it does have some laughs in it.

My Rating:

See What I Mean about the intro:

(From Pete's Pilots on January 26th, 2010)