"In Porn World it's impossible not to score; everyone here is a robotic whore," claims the beaming hostess - and affable bonehead Roy L. Shaft risks his beautiful wife and promising legal career for a few fleetings days of pleasure. "Porn World" is an interactive adult theme park where customers can walk onto stereotypical porn sets and join in the action. If you remember Dick Van Patten's scene with the robot hooker in Westworld, you get the idea.
The twist here is that the Yul Brenner role is played by Danielle Rogers. Her programming bugs out and she develops a fatal attraction to Roy, stalking him with superhuman endurance. Jim Powers weaves this narrative spoof with comic touches often superior to today's feature films and sit-coms. He has taken care to give every scene a dramatic motivation that will relax the viewer's clutch on the FF button.
Much of this triumph can be attributed to the reappearance of Danielle Rogers. Her robo-whore character is a parody of the star she became in the early '90's, at the dawn of the silicone era, when her performances were a bit too cool for comfort. Today she is completely thawed out, a lean hungry thirtysomething, and suitably sinister as a sex-crazed machine. One can hear her line, "Just because I'm a porn queen doesn't mean I don't have feelings!" echoing through the mirrored halls of XXX stardom.
Roy L. Shaft gives a fine turn as the everyday Joe who is trapped in a Kafkaesque porn existence, asking himself, "Where does Porn World end and the real world begin?" You'll also see two decent double penetrations: Dolly Golden encourages a pair of Roman gladiators to thrust her both ways at once, and the always outrageous Candy Apples defends herself from masked invaders by offering them more holes than they can handle. Plus there's an anal delivered to Danielle by Herschel Savage and a climactic android orgy. The only big glitch is the uneven sound quality - putting ot a little extra money for audio expertise would have made it easier on the ears.