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Dallas Connection Review

Dallas Connection
Avinash Tadimalla /
Can watch again
Good for kids
Good for dates
Wait to rent it
12 dead bodies. 13 pairs of legs, attached to 13 women, mostly Playboy models, who shed their clothing at the slightest excuse. Exploding sailboats with fireballs attached. A topless dance rehearsal. A secret agent in what has got to be the tiniest mini-skirt in the history of the universe. Yes, director Drew Sidaris has entered the big league with The Dallas Connection, a soft-core porn flick that has all the above and features 1993 Penthouse Pet of the Year Julie Strain, the only villain in film history who has to have sex with anybody she kills.

The Dallas Connection is a great cheesy film full of half-naked vixens. Fans of the campy genre will thoroughly enjoy it. The plot is another hodgepodge of B-movie clich├ęs featuring buxom secret agents infiltrating diabolical organizations bent on world domination. Here, computer chips and space technology play into the story (with a ridiculous use of a meteor shower in the explanation!). If you've seen this kind of film before, you're going to get exactly what you expect to get. Lots of very nice, busty girls take their clothes off for no reason other than that it makes guys happy. There are some pretty buff guys (wasn't paying as much attention to them so I don't have the count) for the girls, and some bad acting for everyone. And I mean VERY bad.

The film also contains Wendy Hamilton, as the ruthless big-breasted federal agent who secretly pours Diet Coke into a Jet Ski gas tank; Sam Phillips, as the blonde hostage who keeps getting knocked out, for dancing on a dining table in lingerie and, in her big emotional scene, saying "I'd rather DIE!"; Julie K Smith, as the undercover agent who demonstrates her talent in the obligatory Sidaris hot-tub scene; and Bruce Penhall, as the stock-car-racing federal agent who blows up a Chinese Kung-Fu assassin, then says "You should have read your fortune cookie." Oh, and of course, Cassidy Phillips, who usually has only one word of dialogue if he's in a scene, "Cool." Apparently he was too busy handling his duties as Assistant Director to learn anything more complex.

Overall, this is an obvious flick - no shocks, no surprises and you can see the twists coming a mile away. To its credit, Dallas Connection does not attempt to be something it is not. It makes no pretense of the fact that it was made to titillate, and if the success of a film is measured by how far it has achieved its objective, then this one would have done pretty well.

Odd little bits in the film were funny though; people getting the use of the words anagram and acronym mixed up and foliage being pronounced "foilage". Thank goodness there were no libraries and nuclear reactions, and nothing happened in February (not good temperatures to take your clothes off on a whim).

If you want something Pacino, De Niro or James Woods would appear in, steer well clear of this. On the other hand, if you want to see a movie that can go perilously close to being dubbed a soft porn flick but manages to stop about a millimeter away, this is absolutely for you. The guys will have no trouble staying awake through this one.
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