Back in the day I used carbon paper like most other office workers: slipping a sheet or two into the typewriter routinely with paper to create duplicate copies and reusing several times. The legibility of the copies would deteriorate rapidly, and fresh carbon paper was needed.
So we get Adam & Eve's porn-parody of the movie parody of those '70s action films, which a decade later plays stupidly and pointlessly. No surprise: unearned industry award nominations (and even a win for "best comedy") were handed out.
An action/crime movie and a slasher horror movie are the contents, plus spoofed Coming Attraction. Since all that directors Andre Madness and David Lord care about is the perfunctory XXX footage, the action scenes are dull and uninteresting.
So we're left with the great Mercedez of Vivid Video fame sexy in her shower sex with star Teagan Presley in a nothing cop movie, and an uappealing performance by Alexis Ford as Summer Camp counselor opposite Andy San Dimas as they're in jeopardy from a muscular slasher.
It's relentlessly mediocre, dull by the standards of the B movies being imitated. Special effects (especially the barrel flares to represent gun shots) and listless action stages kill time in between lots of explicit sex filler.