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Naked Instinct
(1993)
Reviewed by Jason Catanese
Rating: 9 Beans

hoops! I made a mistake. All you straight guys out there, do not, I repeat, DO NOT rent this film. I walk in the video store and I see this tape in the Drama section, and it's got Michelle Bauer in it. I'm like, that's cool, she's a pretty good actress for these kind of soft-core sex films. Little did I know just how much male nudity was in this film. I think it outnumbered female flesh.

Here's the plot rundown. Michelle goes to her therapist to tell him about her sexual affairs with younger men. He tells her about another patient who has had the same encounters. That's it. This movie was actually written by someone. Here's an excerpt:

Michelle: Yeah, and then we met up. He was sooo gorgeous!

Therapist: Tell me about him.

(Bang scene. Please include overabundance of male wang nudity)

This goes on about 9 or 10 times, when Michelle and the Therapist decide to get to know each other a little better. Yep, you see the Therapist's penis, too. Out of hand.

I lent this to my girlfriend of the time to give me some feedback. She didn't find it all that exciting, either. She did, however, tell me that "that Therapist was hot."

One more thing. Since this isn't a hard-core flick, erections can't be shown. Yet there are still sex scenes, with bucketfulls of male frontal shots. Why? How? I'm not dwelling on this any longer.

Michelle: So there I was, naked in my jacuzzi, when, unexpectedly, the pool cleaner came.

Therapist: Tell me a little about this pool cleaner.

(Bang scene. Please include lingering shot of male genitalia.)

Stay away from this one, guys. Girls, I can't speak for you, but there's not much more to it than sex scenes.






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