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Release date: 12/18/2001
Reviewed on: 1/3/2003 by cp

Starring: Shay Sweet, John Strong, Taylor St. Clair, Mickey G., Lola, Tony Martino, Dominicia Leoni, Nikita Denise, Eve Palindrome
Studio: Knob Ryder

Directed by: Father John
Review brief: Couples Friendly: Somewhat. I define "couples friendly" as having a semblance of plot, not containing extreme or bizarre fetish material, has little or no anal (CP is not a fan of anal sex, with apologies to those who are), and is not gonzo. In this case, the heat somewhat negates the lack of a plot. Plot: There isn't one; scenes are set up by Mickey G. Director: Who is Father John? An industry insider will need to provide some insight about this -- I haven't a clue. However, he does resemble a UCLA-attending theatre major son of a colleague of mine (now wouldn't that be something?), if the director is who I think it is (check the scenes during the end credits). Cast: Lola, Nikita Denise, Shay Sweet, Taylor St. Claire, Dominica Leoni, Eve Palindrome, Mickey G., Tony Martino, John Strong.
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Review brief: Running Time: approx. 100 min. Production Date: 6/23/99, 9/12/99, 3/12/00 Director: Father John Cast: Jill Kelly, Temptress, Julie Meadows, Charlene Aspen, Brigette Kerkove, Barrett Moore, Kristen, Dayton Rains, Daisy Chain, Marc Davis, Julian, Brick Majors, Brian Surewood, Dillion Day, and Dominic Initial Expectations: I've never seen a Knob / Ryder release, so I didn't really know what to expect. Some of the cast is recognizable, but the lack of extras doesn't give me a lot of hope. Initial Reaction: The movie is almost okay, but the DVD as a whole is greatly lacking. Who Should Watch It : Anybody looking for really cheap porn Who Should Avoid It: Anybody wanting a DVD that looked like it was made by somebody with at least a double digit IQ Audio /Video Quality: There's a few spots with some dubbing, but they're not overly noticeable. There's a lot of grain to the picture. It doesn't really detract that much from the movie as the camera work leaves a lot to be desired.
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