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Booty Call

Booty Call ★★½ 1996 (R)

Reserved Rushon (Davidson) and conservative Nikki (Jones) have been dating for a couple of months and Rushon's decided they should consummate their relationship. Nikki's more ambivalent and first sets up a double date with her vivacious best friend Lysterine (Fox) and Rushon's bragging buddy Bunz (Foxx). The duos do pair up but since the “no glove, no love” rule prevails, first the guys have to find some condoms. Raunch rules as might be expected but it's an appealing cast. 120m/ C VHS, DVD . Jamie Foxx, Tommy Davidson, Vivi-ca A. Fox, Tamala Jones, Art Malik, Gedde Watanabe, Scott LaRose, Ammie Sin, Bernie Mac, David Hemblen; D: Jeff Pollack; W: Takashi Bufford; C: Ronald Orieux; M: Robert Folk.

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