DEF BY TEMPTATION (R) --
In this low-budget comedy thriller released by Troma (the outfit that gave you "The Toxic Avenger"), James Bond III (also the movie's producer, writer and director) plays a divinity student who finds himself approached by a temptress who lures men into bed and kills them. Also features Bill Nunn (of "Do the Right Thing") and Kadeem Hardison (from TV's "A Different World"). Area theaters.
GHOSTS CAN'T DO IT (R) --
In this comedy romance, brought to you by husband-and-wife team John and Bo Derek, the ghost of Bo's deceased husband yearns to make love with his wife. Also features Anthony Quinn. Cineplex Wisconsin Avenue.
HONEYMOON ACADEMY (PG-13) --
Kim Cattrall stars as an undercover secret agent whose honeymoon quickly turns into a comedy caper involving car chases and gun battles. Area theaters.
A SALUTE TO ROCKY AND BULLWINKLE (Unrated) --
This is the second installment of excerpts from Jay Ward's cult cartoon series, and frankly, like the other "Rocky 2," it goes a few excruciating rounds too long. The multi-part Moose and Squirrel serial that holds the 90-minute melange together is poorly chosen, its puns not only predictable but infrequently funny and delivered in a painfully crude rendition -- literally -- of the no-tickee, no-laundee Chinese accent (only one of a number of now-winceable stereotypes). And the continual frantic screeching of the narrator is exhausting. The supporting segments are better: Dudley Do-Right, Commander McBragg, Peabody and Sherman, a couple of middling "Fractured Fairy Tales" and Hoppity Hooper, whose jazzy titles prefigured "The Pink Panther." Mysteriously, the show also includes the intros to "Underdog" and "Go Go Gophers" -- no clips, just the intros. The splicing, incidentally, is very rough. Rocky and Co. better get back in shape. At the Key. -- Eve Zibart