Sexual Surrender is best described as a softcore romantic
comedy, heavy on the comedy, although you could also make a case for
it being a sexy satire of corporate dirty dealings.
Our hero is
living with the oversexed daughter of his boss. He has been summoned
to a board meeting for the first time, where he finds that he is
being given the rare honor of providing illegal assistance in the
company's hostile takeover of a lingerie business. He also suddenly
gets more ass than a crosstown bus, and his past catches up with him
with hilarious results.
The film had some budget-related liabilities. Jacques Freydont,
as the ruthless corporate head, flubbed several lines. Evidently
there was no budget for second takes, or possibly he was not capable
of line delivery. Fortunately, he is the antagonist, and we are
supposed to dislike him anyway. His incompetence is offset by
winning performances from Angela Davies and Ann Marie. Either
actress is good enough for mainstream B movies, and maybe even more.
It actually is an amusing movie. I especially enjoyed the humor in the subplot involving Angela
Davies. It also features an amazing amount of nudity, some of it in
creative positions and/or locations, so the sex scenes hold
Take away the plot and the humor, and the sex and nudity alone
make it watchable. Take away the bulk of the nudity, and the script
would remain quite entertaining. You can't ask much more from
a softcore film.
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explanation, because the grading is not linear. For example, by
our definition, a
C is solid and a C+ is a VERY good movie. There are very few Bs
and As. Based on our descriptive system, this film is a: