Stolen Sex Tapes is "couples erotica" presented in the thriller format, light
on the thrills.
Sydnee Steele plays a local news commentator known for a short editorial at
the end of each broadcast. She has paid her dues, and is so good that she is
about ready to sign a network deal. The newscaster has hired a new agent to find
her the best network deal, and has even slept with the female agent to add some
incentive, but she has a small kink that might spoil her plans. She tapes all
her sex acts.
This becomes a huge problem when she gets robbed, and the missing items
include sex tapes of her and her political candidate boyfriend, who had been
unaware of the taping. The person who stole the tapes did so for someone else, but watches them with
his girlfriend, after which the two have great sex. He decides to ask for
more money. We are to assume that the thief works for the political opponent,
who is a sleazebag. So, who was behind the theft? Will Sydnee get her job?
Will her boyfriend win the election without resorting to dirty campaigning?
Stolen Sex Tapes does not break into my all-time top soft core list, but is not a bad
watch. It's a decent genre effort, and should get you laid if you watch it with
someone of the appropriate gender.
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