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Body Chemistry III

3.61 h 26 min199418+
Movie producer Alan Clay wants to make a movie about Dr. Claire Archer and her amazing life story (she's been 'forced' to kill two men in self defence). Claire falls for Alan, and Alan cannot resist temptation, so now he's hiding an affair from wife Beth. When the movie writer's investigations uncover new facts in the killings, Claire senses the danger, and responds.
Jim Wynorski
Andrew StevensMorgan Fairchild
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2.8 out of 5 stars

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Hooper's CigarReviewed in the United Kingdom on 11 November 2021
2.0 out of 5 stars
You know what to do and when to do it. So do it.
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Whilst watching 'Point of Seduction: Body Chemistry III' it occurred to me that my new pal, director Jim Wynorski ('Chopping Mall', 'Deathstalker II') had inadvertently invented a new drinking game: How many times can we make it through a scene without a bevvy of silicone-breasted women making up for the background acting cast. I mean, at first I assumed it was a coincidence but as the running time spooled out, it appeared that this was either some kind of in joke or the fella just really believes that every other woman is a pneumatic gym bunny type. Hey, it's some kind of reality I guess.

When accomplished TV producer, Alan Clay (Andrew Stevens) takes interest in producing a movie about famous TV sex therapist Dr. Claire Archer (Shari Shattuck) his interest in her butt... sorry, story leads him into a sordid affair with the strangely alluring psychiatrist. Problems arise, when his bored but ambitious daytime soap TV actress wife, Beth (Morgan Fairchild) decides she wants to play the lead - causing a tangled web of perfectly toned genitalia as Alan tries to keep their affair on the low down but the obviously bonkers Archer loves nothing more than jogging horizontally in risky locations (IE: Whenever Beth is near). Cue suspicion, betrayal and bad acting as this low rent 'Basic Instinct' rip-off limps its way to an hilariously silly finale.

Full Moon Entertainment's go-to scribe and Body Chemistry ‘overlord’ Jackson Barr writes his screenplay as if he was literally watching the Sharon Stone 'epic' as he typed - with everything feeling like a warmed over re-run of that earlier hit. Mind you, he does manage to write some amazing lines that would make even the most ardent misery guts smirk. From Shattuck's what the hell; ''Don’t touch me, I might have an orgasm'' to Fairchild's ''He couldn’t produce his way out of a wet dream'' - the guy is truly a word generating genius. Director Wynorksi goes for full Paul Verhoeven but only manages Pauly Shore, with a severe case of the point and shoots as his chosen style of choice. Lead Stevens (who also produces, the mucky beggar) walks around with a hair so quaffed, I thought he had just walked out of a music video for a mid-'70s yacht rock outfit and ensures we spend as much time marvelling at his toned physique as we do watching him deliver his lines like a beleaguered rabbit in headlights. Shari Shattuck tries her darnedest to be the best damn Sharon Stone there is, but a lazy screenplay fails her efforts at every turn.

Amazon's transfer is satisfactory but nothing revelatory - however, it's amazing that they even stock movies like this. I'd almost forgotten about the series and as the '90s erotic thriller continues its current mini renaissance, this is surely the right moment to catch up with those long forgotten Shannon Tweed/Delia Sheppard/Shannon Whirry trouser troubler's. All in all, it's a Wynorksi joint and with that comes its own set of charms - but as a ''movie'' it will hardly make you wanna go out and rethink you life. Worth a pop with beer and friends who share a like-minded appreciation for trash-based silliness.
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LongfingersReviewed in the United Kingdom on 09 February 2022
1.0 out of 5 stars
Worst porn ever!
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I was looking for a good porno and this just wasn't it! Ultra disappointing 1980s skin flick! If you ask me the Encanto on Disney+ had more appeal! Should have made popcorn and watched the Goonies.
TerryReviewed in the United Kingdom on 13 January 2022
2.0 out of 5 stars
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Not worth watching, like an amateur film
Brett GallieReviewed in the United Kingdom on 15 June 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
intellectually stimulating
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Enjoyed it with many plot twists right until the very end !
HautevelleReviewed in the United Kingdom on 29 December 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great! Thanks
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Great ! Thanks !
Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United Kingdom on 21 January 2016
2.0 out of 5 stars
Two Stars
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Not very good. Bit outdated
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