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Hung & Dangerous

Released: Jul 01st, 1990
Running Time: 67
Director: Gino Colbert
Company: Cinderfella
Cast: Gene Lamar, Vladimir Correa, Tony Davis, Rod Garetto, Pierce Daniels
Critical Rating: AA
Genre: Gay and Bi

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Critical Rating: AA

Do you think the Broadway Theatre Critics Association is ready for a stageplay called Hung and Dangerous starring Vladimir Correa? Maybe, just maybe, if it were directed by Christopher Durang and Correa played a South American priest —but probably not. director Colbert is definitely getting more sophisticated in his scripting and camerawork, but the casting process lacks in this feature.

The story revolvers around the cast and crew of the mythical above-mentioned stageplay, and he sexual politicking that occurs in the casting of a supporting part. Correa just isn't believable as the lead in an English language play. In fact, I've never thought him lead material for erotic movies. His dispassionate and seemingly dull-witted characterizations need to be offset with an incredible outpouring of energy that simply has never been forthcoming. The rest of the cast, with the exception of Erick Lange, is almost a who's who in bored and overused actors. Each one is highly competent in bed, but dull given anything less than inspired direction. Some new faces and energy are called for in future Colbert productions.


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