From its laughably contrived opening sequence to its typographically challenged end credits, this mob-theme exploitation pic is an amateurish, virtually unwatchable mess. Apparently no one told director-producer-star Sartaj Khan that even the schlockiest AFMcompanies stopped making this kind of grade-D erotic thriller five years ago — and with good reason. Too awful for even a straight-to-video release, pic’s graphic sex scenes might earn it the odd airing on latenight cable.
Pic’s over-complicated yet painfully predictable plot has two businessmen hiring good-hearted mob boss Julian (Khan) to kill a software magnate. But rather than simply blow up his car, Julian plans to get to the honcho by romancing his attractive assistant (Miki O’Brien).
Meanwhile, the evil businessmen hire a rival mobster to kill Julian once the job is done, setting a gang war in motion.
The violence, while copious and often in slow-motion, is mercifully low on gore. Pic features a number of sexual couplings, including a topless encounter between the two female leads that borders uncomfortably on soft-core. In fact, with its listless dialogue, uninvolving storyline and cheapo production values, this two-hour vanity production has all the appeal of a porn movie without the sex.