|Released||Dec 01st, 1997|
|Company||Adam & Eve Pictures|
|Cast||Jeanna Fine, Rebecca Lord, Steve Hatcher, Asia Carrera, Mark Davis, Nina Hartley, Johnni Black, Julie Ashton, John Decker, Shayla LaVeaux, Chloe (I)|
|Critical Rating||Not Yet Rated|
Mark Davis is a strapping city slicker who transplants himself into Idaho to become a forest ranger. We have the sense that he's leaving something behind, although just what that something is is left rather vague. Only in the loosest sense can this be viewed as a sequel to director Thomas Paine's 1985 masterpiece Corporate Assets, which took on such lofty dynamics as the intersection of personal morality and personal ambition, and such weighty topics as combat-induced post-traumatic stress disorder. The dynamics examined here are much simpler (namely those of fucking the wrong people, especially when one is married, as is Davis to Juli Ashton.) Davis' Johnson leads him repeatedly astray, first into the arms and coochie of a fellow ranger, and then into the various other orifices of some local barfly chickies.
What saves Corporate Assets 2 is hot sex and plenty of it, especially for a film with couples so obviously in mind. The high point is a rare facial taken by Asia Carrera courtesy of Steve Hatcher.