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Racquel Released

Racquel Released

Released Apr 01st, 1992
Running Time 65
Director Paul Thomas
Company Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast Racquel Dorian, Bianco Trump, Mimi Miyagi, Jon Dough, Biff Malibu, Tim Lake, Trixie Tyler, Susan Ferral, Derrick Lane
Critical Rating AAA 1/2
Genre Feature



This Paul Thomas feature film focuses on Racquel Darian "enticing" Peeping Tom husband Derrick Lane in several different settings. Unfortunately, while this will undoubtedly make a nice 45 or 50 minute cable segment once the hardcore is removed, it's not a masterpiece, even with the sex still there.

What's right about it are reasonably good performances by both main actresses (Darian, Tyler), a couple of lush settings (the pool, the hunting lodge) and the interesting concept of doing a XXX film almost entirely without dialogue. (No-one speaks at all except for the occasional "Oh, god" and Racquel's nearly word-free scene with Derrick.) Also, the hardcore scenes themselves are pretty hot, though Racquel is outshined here by co-stars Tyler and Trump.

Tease plays a major part in this production. Otherwise, why all this aimless roaming around during the bar scene? Why Racquel's dip in the pool or disrobing in front of the window at home? (Yes, I know it's supposed to be for Derrick's benefit... but he's not paying to rent or buy this sucker.) Here, Racquel trades on her fantastic-looking body to the exclusion of the sort of sensual movement this film really needs. Trixie Tyler comes closest to what's missing, with a look that goes beautifully from confused innocence to rutty slut in the bar scene. (Look for ace make-up man Alan Bosshardt as the bartender.) But while both actresses obviously know how to strip, we never get the feeling that either really cares about it as she does it. So while I have no trouble recommending this film to dealers or fans of this gorgeous starlet, it's definitely not up to Thomas' previous high standards.

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