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Reviews of Kaylani Lei Movies by David Stanley

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Boxcover for Candelabra
(3.5 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Chris Cannon, Randy Spears, Eric Masterson, Mika Tan, Exotica, Cassie Young, Kaylani Lei, Derrick Pierce, Brooke Banner
Studio: Wicked

Directed by: David Stanley
Release date: 8/14/2007
Candelabra reviews:
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David Stanley lets it all out here with a completely bizarre feature that's extremely interesting and enjoyable. It works largely due to the great job the cast does with the script, but sadly the sex holds the movie back a bit. It's consistent but extremely average and always left me wanting more. The technical aspects are also pretty good, but are held back by some very low lighting that popped up a bit too much. The extras are nicely done and show the same nice effort one can't help but expect with a Wicked DVD. This is a very nice release that's well worth checking out if you want something other than the typical porn feature.
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Boxcover for Harlequin
(3.5 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Evan Stone, Tony Tedeschi, Chris Cannon, Rayveness, Voodoo, Nicole Sheridan, Kaylani Lei, Eve Laurence
Studio: Wicked

Directed by: David Stanley
Release date: 1/11/2006
Harlequin reviews:
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Never thought I would find myself watching clown pornand liking it. This is the first David Stanley movie for me since The Big Game a very long time ago (pretty decent movie if you can find it). Looking forward to seeing how he has matured since then. Plot: Evan Stone is a sad clown and recovering drunk who is in love with his roommate Kaylani Lei. Although he loves her, but can never find the words to express himself. After being at the death bed of his mentor clown (played by David Stanley) he resolves to tell Kaylani how he feelswhich ends up taking the rest of the movie. Overall the plot was pretty good. It was sad in places, but pretty funny without being campy. Audio/Visual: Great lighting and video quality. The music was also well put together. The mixture of circus music and mid-century lounge music fit nicely in with the plot of the movie. Extras: Behind the scenes, photo galleries, bonus scene from Between the Sheets, trailers, box cover shoot. Scene 1. Nicole Sheridan, Voodoo - pretty good scene despite being in black and white.
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