Bare Deception (2000)
Bare Deception (2000) is a made-for-cable erotic thriller staring
Tane McClure as an afternoon matchmaking radio DJ with failing
ratings. She lives with the producer, a ladies man who is out every
night, so her own relationship is not going well. Following the
murder of one of the callers set up on a date by Tane's show, the
police suspect it has something to do with the show, and the ratings
McClure's boyfriend is the one who is calling in and making the
It is a classic whodunnit with red herrings and lots of false
suspects. As thin as the plot is, the ending caught me by surprise,
even though the information to figure it out was there from the
beginning. This is no Body Double by any means, but is not bad for a
soft-core plot. The sex scenes are short and frequent, preventing
boredom. Six women give up the goods, most more than once.
see the main commentary
Angela Grant: Full frontal.
Michelle Van Flowtow: Breast and buns
Regina Russell: Breasts and buns
Tane McClure: Breasts and buns
Lisa Throw: Breasts in a lesbian then a menage
Stella Porter: Breasts in a lesbian then a menage
IMDB readers have savaged this at 2.7 of 10, which doesn't properly
reflect it as a genre effort. The women were not hired for their
acting ability, but the plot was coherent and managed to fool me,
the sex scenes were short enough not to become tedious, and they
didn't ruin the view with artsy lighting, camera work, and digital
effects. This is not a bad softcore watch.
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Based on this description,
this is a C.
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