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1995 / Action, Thriller
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Directed by Raymond Martino
Written by Raymond Martino, William Stroum and Joey Travolta
Starring Anna Nicole Smith, Joey Travolta, John Aprea, David Proval and Jack Bannon

Colette is an attractive ex-CIA agent seeking revenge against a ruthless villain and his organization of trained assassins.

The following tags are associated with this movie: erotica, mobster, crime
To the Limit (1995)
Review by Bradley Frohloff

5 / 10
A below average, erotic action/thriller. To the Limit really only has one objective, shove Anna Nicole Smith's tits in your face and hope that's enough to sell you on the movie. Luckily, I do find Anna Nicole Smith pleasing to the eyes. I rather a more full figured woman than a slim one, I enjoy big titties and I do find her to be quite attractive. Her acting isn't very good, and despite the rest of the cast doing okay in their roles, there just aren't any standout characters. They try to inject emotional scenes into the fray but fail miserably.

There was one scene where a man is given a sensual, full body massage with some sort of flammable liquid and is set alight. I found that to be a decent idea in terms of an exciting kill, though the aftermath is mostly off-screen. The disposal of the bad guy at the end is fucking hilarious but those 10 seconds really aren't enough to save you from what is overall an underwhelming experience.

Also, there was one scene where the cameraman seems to have gone fully autistic and just does a random 1080 degree spin during a scene (I don't recall exactly how many times they did a full loop but I'm guessing around 3 times) and it just felt insanely out of place. Though it did provide some unintentional humour.
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