Blonde Justice (1993)

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A beautiful blonde who works at a strip club finds herself being stalked by a "secret admirer", who is now sending her threatening letters.


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27 September 2018 | lor_
Poor XXX poaching
This lousy Vivid video and its Part 2 companion are badly done ripoffs of a softcore genre that won actress/director Katt Shea early recognition in her series of stripper crime thrillers for Roger Corman in the '80s.

Janine stars without her Blondage partner Julia Ann (a big mistake) as a boring stripper who is plagued by threatening notes from a stalker. This part 1 ends on a cliff-hanger, but so does Part 2, just as badly made.

The sex scenes are intercut with strippers dancing for the audience at a lousy strip joint run by Paul Thomas, who cameos listlessly while also directing the mess. Nothing interesting happens, and Alex Jordan is quite unconvincing as the femme cop who decides to protect Janine and then hump her.

Vivid in its transition at the end of the '90s from VHS to DVD clunked up this project miserably, just as it did with PT's multi-part Bonnie & Clyde features series. I am the not so proud possessor of "Blonde Justice" on DVD and "Blonde Justice Part 2" on VHS, and sadly the DVD combines both VHS versions into one, making Part 2 play like an hour-long recap. Either way, the revelation of who is the stalker is pointless. Dyanna Lauren has an uncredited role (NonSex) as one of the strippers in both Parts.

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Release Date:

1993

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA