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Tania, a sexy secret agent, shakes up the international espionage circuit. B.I.K.I.N.I. (Bureau of International Knowledge and Nonstandard Investigations) has knowledge of a criminal organization tapping into their signals with the CIA. It's up to this spicy secret agent to go on an arousing chase to uncover the offenders!Written by
A light-hearted spy spoof with lots of (very) soft-core sex scenes, this movie is lifted well above the usual by Beverly Lynne's ability to project a warm, three-dimensional human being you might enjoy meeting over a cup of coffee. Her character Tanya, the titular super-spy who survives into sequels and a TV series, is quick-witted in her reactions even when the script is blank or mundane and is never so intent on her mission that she won't pause for a carnal frolic, to which she brings vigor, enthusiasm, and an attitude of "this is really fun!"--not, like so many others, the attitude of "this is what I do for a living" or even worse "will Aunt Mary see this?" Lynne's comedic sense finds its match in Alexandre Boisvert as Mark, Tanya's ex from the CIA, and their scenes together are the funniest in the movie.
Unfortunately, the other actors don't seem to know that to be funny, your character has to be earnest; most of them overplay their parts and some just can't act. With good supporting talent this movie might even have penetrated the Austin Powers/SNL territory. Although the few soft-core scenes that don't have Tanya in them are pretty run of the mill, the cinematography, lighting, staging, and editing are good throughout, and the writing maintains the bright tone set by Tanya and Mark.
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