Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Traci Lords, Jeff Fahey, Brian Bloom, Maria Diaz, Natalie Karp
Director: Yael Russcol
Genres: Drama, Horror, Mystery & Suspense
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No Traci nudity but mucho hot
Johnny Dark | 08/28/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I really need lunch, so you can bet that writing this review is important to me if I am putting off lunch to do it. So here goes:This is an erotic thriller, so you would expect Traci to be naked. But you see, she won't do nude scenes now. At least that's what she says. Why? I guess she figures that we've seen enough of her, and if you want to see her nude you have to buy Traci I Love, and let me tell you, she's a hell of a lot more than just nude in that one. Not that there isn't plenty of nudity in Extramarital (there is), and not that Traci still isn't the sexiest woman in the world (she is). And she's sort of nude: no nipples, but plenty of ... panty and hands-on-breasts sort of shots. So if you are a Traci fan, go for it."
A really nice flick!
Jesse Williamson | Medford, Oregon, US | 11/02/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Traci Lords has long remained one of my favorite screen stars: Here she proves herself the actress that she is! She should be a recognized star, and in this not-bad movie I really got involved in the film by her very good acting. Traci is regrettably carrying the show in this film; it's really a very sexy movie and not uninteresting, but suffers from some low-budget problems. I felt that the direction was competent but unexciting. Despite that and some logistical issues, I found myself very involved and sympathetic to the life of the most beautiful woman chained into an unfufilling relationship that had lost its passion. The part of the plot that I felt the most strongly about was not the "murder mystery", but rather the conflict between the lead role's ambitions and intelligence and the domestic blandness imposed on her by a marriage gone sour. Traci must be very smart and has always been successful: Her album "1,000 Fires" did great and songs from it appeared in many films; she's a fine and often overlooked actress of the silver screen. She was wonderful in "Profiler" and is now involved in a new Sci-Fi series, "The First Wave". I hope that she is recognized for her dedication. I'm pleased to see that she is finally getting more interesting material. In this movie, she steals the show."
Tracy Lords does a fantastic acting performance in this film
jesseleal | email@example.com | 10/03/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This movie is about a Young Woman who is following her dreams of becoming a writer, but she experiences tough obstacles to obtain her goals. In the beginning of the film she plays a news reporter who is working for this Rock type/alternative magazine, and her first job assignment is to interview a woman who is cheating on her husband, with another man who is "Bob". The Actor who plays "Bob" is Brian Bloom.This movie has a great plot, and all the actors do a Fine Perfomance: Tracy Lords, Maria Diaz, Brian Bloom,& Jeff Fahey (Lawn mower man). I recommend this movie to all, it is quite good, it has mystery, and suspense. I also have to say that Tracy Lords is very pretty;The protagonist of the movie."
runner30 | LA, CA | 05/19/2003
(2 out of 5 stars)
"You know, with a little more work, this could've been a pretty good thriller. Watch it and you'll see what I mean--all the pieces are there, they just don't get used quite right. It's like watching the rough draft of a better movie. Traci Lords, meanwhile--you get the sense she could carry her weight in a better movie. If you're a big fan of her recent career, go ahead and spring for this dvd."