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A computer software designer is stalked by the virtual reality fantasy girl in the program he is supposed to repair. Late night cable offering actually offers a plot and has passable actors in the lead roles unlike many of its peers.
Since when did porno movies come with plots?
Poor execution, no plot, softcore crap.
Charlie Curtis plays the computer virtual game that gains sentience and begins killing off boyfriends both in and out of her virtual world. Despite killing two people at the beginning of the movie, the company obliviously continues developing the program. There's no police invest, no reality in the movie itself (a computer program that can remotely stop brakes from working? -- yeah, right).
Pretty bad, cheesy special effects, even for the time. Lots of female nudity, its only redeeming quality, but no story really.
Softcore porn at its finest. Charlie Curtis has also appeared on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, per IMDB.
Awful film. Not recommended.
Awful movie. Subscribe to Playboy instead.
so terrible, Im glad it was a watch instantly on netflix and I didnt have to pay for it.