|Released||Jan 27th, 2016|
|Running Time||103 Min.|
|DVD Extras||Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)|
|Cast||Katie Morgan, Cameron Canela, Sadie Santana, Yasmine de Leon, Romeo Price, Eric John, Tyler Knight, Tim Von Swine, Evan Stone, Stassi Sinclair|
|Critical Rating||AAA 1/2|
A topical comedy with a limited shelf life that may have already passed its pull date.
In the prologue, Evan Stone is excellent as Trump, leering at Katie Morgan's Megyn Kelly and suddenly seeing her with no clothes on. The scenes unfold with shots at all the Republican participants: Trump telling Mrs. Bush, "All you Mexicans look alike without your sombreros," and her calling him pendejo, unnoticed, before their tryst; Chris Christie walking into his hotel room past piles of pizza boxes, picking up the phone and saying, "Room service? ... Yes, it's me again," and later getting upset when Mrs. Carson doesn't bring food "like ribs or fried chicken"; Megyn lying naked across a desk and when Ben Carson says, "I think you're trying to seduce me," responding, "What are you, some kind of brain surgeon?"; Santorum asking for an escort that's "more than a woman" and getting disappointed when a real female comes to his room; and Jeb Bush wearing a crown and saying "It's my turn now."
Veteran director Stuart Canterbury brings a comic sensibility to the movie and Ralph Parfait's camerawork adds extra eye appeal, but it may not be enough to overcome the dated appeal of the subject matter.