A slice of sensual pie from director Eric Anderson. There is no lack of plot in this potboiler about college chums reuniting to discover the latent and unrealized passion that was always there. The film is a virtual who's who guide to some of the underappreciated but always erotic New York performers of the 70's. Annie Sprinkle plays an offbeat artist, Crystal Sync (billed here as Christa Anderson), who has a field day as a hedonist with a shitkicker Southern drawl, and the scene with a salami sausage is one you will never forget. Sonny does his Elvis impression, and all of them become victims of Crystal Sync's strange sexual orchestration control. Ultimately, C.J. and Hope resolve their problems with an assist from Annie. This is one of those rare films that keeps piling people on people, scene after scene, and yet never loses the erotic edge.
Bored and restless, Alice spends much of her time lusting after Jim, a local sawmill worker. When not lusting after him, Alice fills the hours with such pursuits as writing her name on a mirror with vaginal secretions and wandering the fields with her underwear around her ankles.
A pint-sized cast illuminates this musical that is unlike any other ever made. Set in 1929 New York City, Bugsy Malone captures a flashy world of would-be hoodlums, showgirls, and dreamers - all played by child actors! As Tallulah, the sassy girlfriend of the owner of Fat Sam's Grand Slam Speakeasy, future superstar Jodie Foster dances and sings her way into our hearts.
Mi Wey is a local hero named after "Killer Meteors", his secret weapon which makes him invincible. However, when "Immortal" Wa Wu Bin, another powerful local character seeks his assistance, Killer Meteor will face the greatest and the deadliest challenge of his life.