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Night Rhythms
(1992)
Reviewed by Erin Gilmer
Rating: 5 Beans

artin "the love God" Hewitt is at it again and again and again. In this latest Greg Hippolyte skin fest, Hewitt plays Nick West. Nick's passion is women. What better way to get the chicks than to be a sex-talk radio host? He's got my vote! Nick flirts outrageously with any female caller while his co-host Brigite (played by Delia "Mirror Images" Sheppard) rolls her eyes. You see, Nick isn't exactly Brigite's type (if you know what I mean).

After a long night of wooing women, Nick stops by a bar to see his gal-pal (Cinammon). For those of you just joining us, Cinammon is the one he hasn't wooed. While tossing back a few, Nick takes time to save a damsel from the hands of (gasp..) David Carradine. She repays him on top of the bar. The next night, one of his callers (Honey) decides to pay him a visit and (oops) they re-inact an episode of "Nature Love" on the console.

Let's make a long story short, shall we? Honey gets strangled on the air and Nick is the prime suspect. He hides out with two strippers. They all have sex. A massage artist stops by. She has sex with Nick. Nick spies on lesbians and watches them have sex. Cinammon agrees to help him clear his name. They...you get the picture, now.

Five beans and three cheers for Nick for saying "I want to make love to every woman in the world". Well, Nick, you've got six down, already!






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