“Lies” is a clever and intriguing mystery distributed by Wicked and starring raven-haired contract star, Alektra Blue. The plot focuses on the supposed murder of a young woman known amongst her acquaintances, friends, and family as quite the selfish and promiscuous type. Played out in the form of flashbacks from the various witnesses whom the police are interviewing, the five scenes presented here provide not only hot and erotic sex, but also an interesting storyline complete with a twist and (semi-) surprise ending. Indeed, the acting, mood, and settings for this film are all top-notch, as are the other production values. One hallmark of a good adult feature is that the viewer is left almost wishing to get past the sex to see what happens next. This is the case here—not that there is anything wrong with the sex, either, of course.
In terms of the sexual festivities, the scenes range from good to excellent, with most being either very good or excellent in nature. Alektra Blue picks up the duties in two of the sequences, bringing home winning performances with Eric Masterson in Scene Two and with Kirsten Price in Scene Five. The latter of these segments involves an erotic and sensual, no-toys lesbian tryst—Alektra’s lengthy rimming of Kirsten here is not to be missed—while the former features a vaginal-only romp that ends in a pop-shot all over Alektra’s ass, ass-crack, and lower back. Not to be outdone, fellow contract performers—Kirsten Price and jessica drake—both turn in excellent boy-girl, vaginal-only segments with Tommy Gunn (Scene One) and Barrett Blade (Scene Three), respectively. Kirsten’s sequence includes some scorching reverse-cowgirl work and a facial cum-shot, while jessica’s scene involves some hot missionary-like action and a facial pop-shot with a possible(?) swallow—“Fuck, yeah!”. Rayveness also puts forth a solid, boy-girl, vaginal-only segment with Rocco Reed in a kitchen (Scene Four). This dirty-talker ends with a sloppy ejaculation on her pussy—good stuff.
In terms of bonus materials and other options, there are four choices in the Main Menu: “Play Movie”, “Chapters”—which serves as a standard scene selection mechanism, “Special Features”, and “Trailer for Lies”—which is as its name implies. Under “Special Features”, one finds the typical offerings. There is a “Bonus Sex Scene…” that features Alektra Blue, T.J. Cummings, and Chris Johnson in boy-boy-girl action from “Spin the Bottle”. There is a “Photo Gallery” that provides a slideshow of stills and “pretty-girl” shots from the production. One also finds a “Trailers” option that puts forth a choice of six, related Wicked trailers. There’s the standard “Promo Reel” featuring the Wicked contract stars, and there’s a “More Adult Fun” section that plays through some advertisements. Finally, there is a “DVD-ROM Materials” section that gives directions on how to access some extra content on the internet. Conspicuously absent is a BTS segment—which is an unfortunate omission.
Clocking in at right around 1.5 hours, the scenes in “Lies” are just about the right length for my tastes—not too long, but not too short. Further, the plot, settings, and production values are all top-of-the-line. When one throws in good acting, three of the hottest contract stars around, and steamy sex, it’s almost a guaranteed winner—which is the case here. In all, this is a must-see for couples, fans of features, and / or fans of beautiful women who can fuck and act. This is great work all around—truly.
Some Screen Caps from the Movie: Kirsten and Tommy—delivering lines before delivering the goods (Scene One).
Alektra—taking Eric for a ride / tease before taking him home (Scene Two).
jessica and Barrett—enjoying a drink prior to enjoying each other (Scene Three).
Rayveness—quite the cougar looking up into the eyes of her younger lover (Scene Four).
Kirsten—all she wants is for Alektra to love her (Scene Five).
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