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Dangerous Liaisons (Lucas Entertainment) 
(5.0 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Michael Lucas, Mario Ortiz, Gus Mattox, Owen Hawk, Kent Larson, Bruce Beckham, Wilfried Knight
Studio: Lucas Entertainment

Directed by: Michael Lucas
Release date: 3/14/2005
Dangerous Liaisons (Lucas Entertainment) reviews:
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There have been many film versions of Choderlos de Laclos classic French novel Les liaisons dangereuses. Although the best one is called Valmont and stars Colin Friel and Annette Benning, the one most viewers have probably seen is the one called Dangerous Liaisons with Glenn Close and an appallingly miscast John Malkovitch. In this immortal immoral tale, the Glenn/Annette character spurred by jealousy wants the John/Colin character to seduce the intended bride of her former lover. Its the old case of Hell hath no fury like woman scorned. The reward for successfully deflowering the bride to be is a romp with the scorned lady. Now Michael Lucas has used the novel to make a gay porn version. In Michaels version set in the fashion industry, Michael has wisely cast himself in the role of the rejected lover who here is the head of a large fashion empire and is called Marcus von Halpern. (A rather long name to go on a label.) Gus Mattox is cast in the John/Colin role, and here he is a fashion photographer, Valentine Moore.
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Bolt: Expanded Edition 
(3.0 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Lance Gear, Gus Mattox, Rod Barry, Zak Spears, Anthony Shaw, Dillon Press, Rob Romoni, Owen Hawk, Eddie Stone, Johnny Hazzard, Kent Larson, Tag Adams, Brandon Lee
Studio: Channel 1 Releasing

Directed by: Chi Chi LaRue
Release date: 10/14/2004
Bolt: Expanded Edition reviews:
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I was disapointed with the final product of Bolt, especially in light of the hype and promise of the promotion. The sex is fine, but nothing new or original. A lot of jumping from angle to angle by the camera which causes it to feel disjointed and tends to blur what little story line there is which weakly tries to string the vignets together. (They would have been better off ditching the story and just filming the sex.) The hour long orgy is about 30 minutes too much as it becomes repetitious and doesn't feel as if an actual orgy was taking place but individual scenes pieced together with some performers getting more than their fair share of screen time while others are left in the cold. It all ends rather abruptly with no real sense that anything other than that the clock ran out of steam. The hottest scene is the first with Zak Spears and Johnnie Hazzard, the weakest is the tattoo scene. The bloopers are sort of fun, but manage to reinforce the idea that the orgy was not a set piece nor spontaneous in nature.
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