Phantom Fighters (1990) was the last film starring Italian sausage pleaser Alessandra Mussolini before she went into politics. The right-winger made it to parliament, but she better represents her cause in movies like this where she puts her best foot (and tits and ass and bush) forward. Though after she became a mother, Alessandra claimed the full-frontal scene in this Israeli-Italian production hurt her and she wanted it cut. Audiences will be happy she didn’t get her way. Yeah, it hurts . . . hurts so good! To add to the Trivial Pursuit quality of the flick, it also stars Tony Peck, Gregory Peck’s son. But he really pales in comparison to Alessandra’s pubes.