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Undercover Vice: Strapped for Danger Part II

USA 2020
produced by
Lenny Schwartz, Richard Griffin, David C. Newman (executive), Duncan Pflaster (executive) for Scorpio Film Releasing
directed by Richard Griffin
starring Sean Brown, Chris Fisher, Johnny Sederquist, Alec Farquharson, Anthony Rainville, Ricky Irizarry, Sarah Reed, Samantha Acampora, Victoria Paradis, Graham Stoke, Geoff White, Amadeus Finlay, Evan Clinton, Jay Walker, Sissy O'Hara, Mindy Britto, Brian Mulvey, Cardryell Truss, Kevin Thibault
written by Duncan Pflaster

Strapped for Danger

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Cops Andy (Sean Brown) and Kevin (Chris Fisher) are just not very good at their job, so their unforgiving boss sends them on a sting operation to catch a gay blackmailing ring targeting Republican Senators red-handed - sounds like a prestigious assignment that has just one downside, to catch the baddies, who are all pornstars, they have to go undercover in the gay pornworld as well, as performers. Problem is of course, neither of them is gay ...

Soon, Andy and Kevin get a job with drag queen Piñata Debris' (Johnny Sederquist) company and actually share a set with the suspected blackmailers, Jazon (Alec Farquharson), Thoby (Anthony Rainville) and Clem (Ricky Irizarry), and to their utter surprise start to enjoy gay sex, on both the top and bottom side. That said, the case is going swell, and Andy's even made part of the blackmailer gang when one of them has to drop out because Andy and Kevin gave him a severe case of food-poisoning. But another, unexpected problem arises: Andy and Kevin take more and more of a liking in the blackmailers, understand their lifestyle, sympathize with them and ultimately get their motives - so when the big day comes where the blackmailers want to lure another senator (Jay Walker) into their trap, they have to ask themselves whose side they're actually on ...


Now one has to understand here, Undercover Vice: Strapped for Danger Part II is anything but subtle, and also it doesn't give a rat's ass about political correctness - in fact, in many ways it feels like a giant gay joke, complete with a dance number. But not only given the fact that director Richard Griffin is openly gay himself, it's actually a loving gay jokes, that doesn't so much just parade gay stereotypes in front of the audience, but play with them, sometimes even turn them onto their heads and make fun of them. And Griffin sure enough is an able enough director to keep the movie from just going loud or crude and give it some style instead. Now it sure isn't a film for everyone, and if you're easily offended you should give this one a pass - but if you're in for a good non-p.c. laugh, then this one's for you.


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