The Corporate Ladder (1997)

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THE CORPORATE LADDER is a Playboy Channel movie, filled with pseudo-erotica and some beautiful women. Anthony Denison (Crime Story) plays Matt, an up and coming advertising executive, on ... See full summary »


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20 August 2015 | Uriah43
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| A Pretty Good Sex-Drama
"Matt Taylor" (Tony Denison) is a successful ad executive who works in a very competitive field. So when his assistant leaves him and a rush project is dumped in his lap the first thing he does is to hire someone to take her place. The person he chooses is a smart and attractive woman named "Nicole Landon" (Kathleen Kinmont) who tells him at the interview that she was fired from her last job due to sexual harassment. Not one to hold that against a person Matt hires her and they begin to work immediately on the rush assignment. However, what Nicole did not tell Matt is that she was raped during the incident in question and that she killed her boss in the process. Neither does Matt realize that Nicole has been terribly traumatized by this event . Now rather than reveal any more of this movie and risk spoiling it for those who haven't seen it I will just say that, along with a pretty good plot, there were also a number of beautiful actresses in this film as well. I especially thought Karen Roe (as "Katrina") and Lisa Marie Scott ("Kyoko") really stood out but Meilani Paul ("Bianca"), Taliso Soto ("Susan Taylor") and the aforementioned Kathleen Kinmont certainly didn't hurt the scenery in any way either. Be that as it may, I thought this was a pretty good sex-drama and I have rated it accordingly. Slightly above average.

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Kathleen Kinmont is married to a Chinese man.


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Words & Music by
David Polemeni
Performed by David Polemeni
Produced by Lisa Ratner
Courtesy of Grieving Goblin Music and Ocean Ave. Music

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Action | Thriller

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