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Italian Stallion (1970)
on Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Warning: This review is not safe for work, unless you work at a place that's okay with you watching shots of Stallone's balls. And ass. So much Stallone ass...
It's Italian Stallion, the infamous softcore porno starring Sylvester Stallone that was re-released when he hit it big with Rocky. Originally titled The Party at Kitty and Stud's, the movie is about a New York City couple (Kitty and Stud) who have sex, engage in light S&M, then invite some of their friends over for an orgy. The end. Features a special guest appearance by our own Cheap-Arse Film Critic, and also director Dick Bush, who unveils a new app that helps you do it like a pornstar!
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“For some reason, this film was marketed as a more ‘serious’ movie, even though I’m pretty certain anybody who’s a fan of either Sylvester Stallone or Sharon Stone doesn’t go to the movies for serious dramatics. Stallone’s fans go to see him kill a lot of things and be macho, and Stone’s fans go in the vain hope she’ll do another leg spreading scene like in Basic Instinct. To be fair, she does get naked in this film. On the downside, so does Sly.”Rocky, the Broadway musical
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