Familiarity is this flick's only saving grace.
(2 out of 5 stars)
""Expose" is undoubtedly more concerned with five minute sex and shower scenes than it is with plot. I have nothing against gratuitous nudity, but this movie's taking things a little far. Starting out as a typical B movie, its overt use of nudity as a viewer attractant begins in the opening credit sequence. It plays like a comic political thriller, desperately trying to hold onto its plot for the first half of the film. At the halfway point, it seems to almost give up, and extinguishes the nudity with a marked regression into blatantly visceral violence, characterized by guns, rape, death, and orange brain matter everywhere. Ah, the American dream reaches fruition. The only reason to watch this movie is if you happened to go to college with its star, Tracy Tutor. If that's the case, you'll enjoy her cinematic debut, which essentially is the only reason I gave it 2 stars. Enjoy. Or don't."
Not so bad afterall...
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Yeh, there's some nudity, yeh, there's some violence, but even so, the story still kept me riveted. In fact, other than the b-rated overall production quality, I actually liked the script and plot. Not bad for a low-budget project with b-list actors. I would recommend this for purchase."