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|Stripped to Kill|
Actors: Kay Lenz, Greg Evigan, Norman Fell, Pia Kamakahi, Tracey Crowder
Director: Katt Shea
Genres: Mystery & Suspense
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Campy humorous movie, beautiful star, nudity, even a plot
Clear Thinker | uk | 01/12/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"With the right attitude, this is a terrfic movie starring the absolutely lovely Kay Lenz. If you liked her in "Breezy", you'll like her just as much in this campy romp.
A maniac is killing strippers at a club..and the strippers won't talk to the cops. There is only one answer. The beauteous Detective Cody has to go undercover. Her partner talks her into entering an amateur contest. The winner,as measured by an applause meter, get a full-time job. She nervously does so, and then says to her partner, "But what if I don't win the applause meter?" "Sure you will!", says her partner. "ALL the guys will be there!"
The audience packed with hooting cops, Detective Cody is hesitant at first, but loosens up and finally brings it all home. But when she tries to perform in front of a real non-biased audience, she falters. The problem is that she is a gorgeous woman, but not a great stripper. But she works hard, watches others, practices, and learns from the other girls. Soon she is a star, and liking it more and more. She is..liberated! (Hey, it could happen. Right?) At one point, the cops think they've nailed the guy and she is pulled off the case..but she refuses to quit! Dedication to justice is a praiseworthy quality. When you see her final show, you will agree!
This is a well-made movie with good music, lots of stripping, some genuine humor and dialogue, an intriguing plot, and Kay Lenz (and friends) with no clothes on frequently. I'm ready for a sequel! A recommended gem...
Great seduction scene
Lynn G | 11/16/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This move has one of my two favorite quick seduction scenes...Cody is upset because one of her friends at the strip club where she is working undercover has been murdered. She is ranting and crying and going on and on about this.
Partner: I can't handle all this emotional stuff.
Cody: Then, make me stop.
Partner: How do I do that.
Cody: You're a cop. Figure it out.
So he grabs her and kisses her, and next thing you know, it's the next morning. (Unfortunately, their romp apparently didn't go so well.)
My other favorite was in "My Chauffer" with Deborah Forman and Sam Jones:
The two of them have been arguing after his bull-headedness has caused the limo to break down 20 miles from civilization. There are in the bedroom of the farmhouse the stopped at, him in his underwear and her in a sheet, because their clothes got soaked in the rain.
Battle: You're out of line.
Casey: Don't give me that military BS.
Battle: I'm not trying to give you any BS. I'm trying to get you into bed.
Casey: Then try something else!
So he kisses her, and one thing leads to another....
But getting back to "Stripped to Kill", I think it's definitely worth watching, at least if you're a guy and like strip club movies, but I'm not sure I'd pay $75 for the privilege of seeing it.