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Bad - (1990)

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Description: AKA: John Leslie's Bad
When a student returns from college, her parents send her to a center for attitude counseling.
Scene Breakdowns
Scene 1. Lauren Hall, Randy Spears, TT Boy
Scene 2. Iesha, Marc Wallice
Scene 3. Iesha, Madison
Scene 4. Madison, Peter North
Scene 5. Ashlyn Gere, Iesha, Marc Wallice
Scene 6. Rayne, Marc Wallice
Scene 7. Michelle Monroe, Joey Silvera
Scene 8. Iesha, Tom Byron
Review:
"Bad" is one of several movies with similar casts, all shot at the same location: others titled "The Tease" (a classic) and "The Last Resort". It's a mess -a very poor attempt at comedy with zero continuity and maximum pointlessness.

One supposes that titling the show "Bad" was gutsy (I recall "Andy Warhol's 'Bad" showed some fearlessness years before) but in porn the audience has been accustomed to assume the worst. The nominal plot hook is that Jamie Gillis and Lauren Hall open the show by sending their daughter Iesha off to an Attitude Adjustment Center for three months instead of her going to jail. We don't find out what she did wrong, but there's the gimmick.

Immediately the movie goes into the toilet, as we see the parents overjoyed to get rid of their kid (after faking sentimental emotion for her), and then one of the worst running gags of all times ensues: Hall is f*cked by T. T. Boy and Randy Spears, and the footage is spread out for nearly the rest of the movie, just cutting back and forth with the ongoing action. Utterly stupid, and made insufferable by having Gillis tied up in a chair in the background ranting and raving about all sorts of dumb things.

At the sort of group therapy center, Joey Silvera overacts as usual, earning zero laughs in the process. His gimmick, lousy and again unwatchable due to repetition, is to deliver all his dialogue by shouting through a rolled-up piece of paper as if a bullhorn. So he's a crazy shrink, get it?

He hypnotizes poor Iesha to get her off her meds, which she's already stopped taking. A boring set of other people are going through the same treatment, with Tom Byron and his girlfriend Rayne out to expose Joey as a charlatan.

It's all just an excuse for sex, with Madison sort of a scene stealer as Iesha's roommate.
When perky Pat gets home from college, her parents pack her off to the attitude adjustment center. They have no idea what they are getting their college-queen daughter into - or what will be getting into her! After some special therapy at the hands of Dr. Deeeeeep, Pat's a new gal - and the center will never be the same! An arousing sex-comedy from John Leslie.
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