|Released||Jun 01st, 1992|
|Cast||Peter North, Malia, Tom Chapman, Alicyn Sterling, Tony Tedeschi, Angela Summers, Heather Hart, Jon Dough, Marc Wallice, Madison (I), T.T. Boy, Tony Martino, Joey Silvera, Britt Morgan, Rocco Siffredi, Cal Jammer|
|Critical Rating||AAA 1/2|
Britt Morgan reprises her role as defense attorney Victoria Walsh, and is she in a heap of trouble! She's defending crime boss Giachino's (Rocco Siffredi) right-hand man, but Britt's partners (Joey Silvera, Peter North) want to get the goods on Rocco himself. Rocco, of course, wants to see his henchman convicted, so he orders his new assistant (Tony Tedeschi, in a fine characterization) to offer the lady a bribe. Britt doesn't accept it, but new lawyer Madison jumps at the chance. To say things get complicated from that point would be an understatement. The sex, on the other hand, is simple and generally excellent. Britt seduces Rocco in order to distract him. In fact, he's so distracted that he doesn't seem to notice that what started in his limo has been magically moved to his bedroom. Then, in a complete non-sequitur, Joey gives Malia a super discount on her divorce fee for a little roll on the couch. Then it's back to the action as Madison gives Tony a tongue-lashing as only the (pierced) Madison can. Of course, every lawyer drama needs a surprise witness (Angela Summers), who's detained by Peter - on Britt's orders - the only way he knows how: horizontally. Finally, Britt stops into a seedy tavern for a drink and winds up the center of at least four guys' attention, as she circle-jerks and b.j.'s each in turn, while the (uncredited) Heather Hart does a strip-tease.
Believe me, the story hangs together a lot more smoothly than it can be told, the characters are well-drawn and interesting, and there's enough good sex action to make this a pleasant evening's viewing.