Distributor: New Machine Edition Details: Standard MSRP: $39.95 DVD Release Date: June 2002
Genres: Feature Film, Couples Run Time: One hour and 13 minutes Rated: XXX Release Year: 1994 Director: Stuart Canterbury Written by: Stuart Canterbury Cast: Olivia, Kaitlyn Ashley, Rocco Siffredi, Crystal Wilder, Roxanne Hall, Jessica James, Sandi Beach, Joey Silvera, Mike Horner
Audio: 2.0 English Mono Subtitles: none Video: Full Screen, 1.33:1 Video Format: NTSC Regional Code: 0 (All) Disc: Single Sided, Single Layered Special Features: Slide Show, Other Titles, Internet
Rocco Siffredi owns an airline and is on its last flight to close the airline down. While being fucked by a stewardess, he comes up with a brilliant idea, topless stewardesses and adult inflight movies.
Topless Stewardesses is presented in the full screen aspect ratio, 1.33:1, which appears to be the original aspect ratio for the film. The picture quality is poor. The picture is grainy and looks like a bad VHS transfer. The color levels are low and the picture is dark. Given the age of the film, the picture quality should be much better.
The available audio track is a 2.0 English Mono mix. Donít expect much out of it, although it is of better quality than the picture. As this is a low budget film, there is nothing for audio special effects and the track has some background noise throughout. Unfortunately throughout the film you are able to hear and understand what the cast is saying. No other language tracks and no subtitle options are available.
There are five chapters available from the main menu for Topless Stewardesses which is more than acceptable given the short running time of the film. They are identified by a video clip from the scene that they go to. There is a time code for the feature film, so time searching is also available.
New Machine has not included much for extras on the disc and of what they have put on, very few have to do with the feature film. First up, the feature film specific extra, the slide show which contains 20 overexposed photos that you flip through yourself.
Now for the extras that have nothing to do with the feature film. The previews on the disc are for Spy Cam, Amazon Heat, Mind Trips, Miss Nude International and Live Sex. There is also a short advert for New Machineís Internet presence.
Remember those horribly bad adult films from the late eighties and early nineties that we were so happy when they went away. Now with the advent of DVD-Video bringing back to us the films of yesterday those horribly bad films are finding their way onto this new digital medium and back on our television screens again. Topless Stewardesses is definitely one of those films.
The story is bad, really bad, this was one of those films where the story only existed to stretch out the running length of the film. The lines that are said are horrible. You will find yourself banging your head against the wall repeatedly as you hear what is being said for dialog. This is one of those films where they should have cut the story completely and added some more sex scenes.
The sets are decent, although cheap, most of them resemble the real life counter parts. It appears that somehow the producers got their hands on a plane for some of the shooting, or they managed to create an excellent set. The cinematography is poor. Framing is usually off during the film.
The sex is tame and formulaic. Viewers who like nastier sex will definitely be bored with what is here. The sex is acceptable for the couples audience, but chances are they will get bored with it real fast as most of the sex scenes have the same make up. The cast is not as attractive as one might want but interacts well with each other, but acting is definitely not their strong point, not that they were given much to work with to begin with. Viewers who like busty women will be happy with most of the breasts on display in this film. The sexual themes present in the film are oral and vaginal sex with lesbianism and toys.
The Money Shot:
Topless Stewardesses is one of the poorly made quickly assembled films to come from the late eighties to early nineties. Unless you are a dedicated to fan to either the feature film or one of the stars in it I recommend that you pass on this one completely. If you are thinking of making a purchase, due to the poor video quality, I recommend that you rent first so you donít feel burned when you see what you get.
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