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To Live and Die in L.A. (1985)

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It's the political thriller crafted by an actual Secret Service Agent, directed by an Oscar winner, with a soundtrack by...Wang Chung. Yes, it's To Live and Die in L.A. (1985). William Friedkin, creator of the classic cops-and-dopers thriller The French Connection (1971), directed this story about Secret Service Agent Richard Chance (William Petersen), who, alongside his fellow agent Jimmy Hart (Michael Greene) helped keep Reagan from getting murdered, only to watch Hart get murdered when the pair turned to investigating counterfeit money operations. Chance is determined to take down the killer, Rick Masters (Willem Dafoe), whether his new partner John Vukovich (John Pankow) likes it or not. In fact, Hart is so determined to take down Masters that when the Treasury won't give him enough money to try and hire Masters to print some fake cash for them, the law loving pair rob another criminal for the money. As Vukovich becomes increasingly concerned about the tactics Chance is wiling to use to get his revenge, he starts to question the mission. Best known for its incredible car chase scene, we get a moral conundrum as the new partner has to decide if he's willing to cross the line like his partner is in the name of taking down a counterfeiter. This flick about fake greenbacks features some great racks from a bunch of sexy women that'll have you chunging your wang. Jane Leeves shows her body in a black bra and panties as she lounges on the couch. Debra Feuer made Mr. Skin a spewer when our agents see her topless body via hidden cameras during a stakeout. But it's Darlanne Fluegel who'll really send you to Google after seeing her tits and ass. She's Ruth, a gorgeous blonde who claims she knows the ins and outs of Masters' fake money scheme. Eventually she lets Chance into her pants, showing her tatas as she does the deed with the former POTUS bodyguard. The money's fake but those things are real, and they're spectacular in To Live and Die in L.A.