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Superagent Jason Colt (Jeff Holmes) is called back to New York because
a gang of crooks led by the Snake (Vixen Fire) is planning to steal a set
of ultra-rare, ultra-valuable diamonds, always uising the method of first
seducing the owners of the diamonds, then killing them. The delicate thing
about the case is that the baddies' first victim is Faye (Capri Stiles),
Colt's girlfriend - and he is less than happy to hear that she was seduced
quite easily by LaCrue (Barry Scott), the Frenchman of the gang. Colt
still tries to figure out where to find her and her diamond when she is
already killed by Snake's gang.
Victim number two, Lucy (Cindy
Crawford), is seduced by Snake's own femme fatale Ina Hoffen (Courtney
Simpson) - but Ina falls in love with her and thus refuses to rob her,
which is why she is killed by Snake's gang before LaCrue works his charms
on the girl with more success ... and ultimately, Lucy ends up robbed and
dead as well.
Victim number three is April (Annie Cruz), on whom LaCrue
actually double teams with another guy (Nick Manning), especially since
she seems to be insatiable. What they don't know though is that she is
actually Jason Colt's informer, and when he realizes things get tough on
her end of the bargain, he rushes to the rescue - but is intercepted by
the Kid (Tristram Starbuck), the most violent of the gang, who tortures
him just long enough for April to be killed and robbed as well.
April is dead, tensions within the gang start to show, and when Jason Colt
has freed himself from the grip of the Kid, it is easy for him to track
all the gangmembers down and take them out one by one ...
blend of action flick and hardcore porn that definitely has a nice look to
it: The camerawork is excellent, the pacing is steady (without the
fuckscenes bringing the movie to a grinding halt every few minutes), and
the action is adequate. Furthermore of course, the girls are all really
hot and their scenes don't leave a lot to be desired.
And yet, Jason
Colt is far from a good movie: The main problem is, it's actually
pretty badly written, inasmuch as its basic crime plot (the theft of three
diamonds) doesn't create too much interest in itself, much of the
screentime is spent setting the story to come up rather than telling the
actual story, and the film's titular character actually spends most of the
time driving around Manhattan in his car for no apparent reason rather
than participating in the plot.
That all said, there is still plenty to look
at in Jason Colt, and the sex is good, it's just not a good
film as a whole.