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Review brief: Well you know porn would do it and they finally did a version of their own Boogie Nights. Sunny Lane was perfectly cast as Skatergirl as she's called here and Ron Jeremy was also the one and only man who could have played the Burt Reynolds role, in fact I read where he consulted on both movies which should come as no surprise, the man's a legend seeing so much of how this biz has developed. I noticed some big omissions in this one which fans of the Hollywood version will also note but I'd get this at least as a rental for the sex scenes shot for this porn version were all pretty good led by Kurt's opening romp with Sunny Lane. The best thing about this one is you don't miss out on the sex which you did for the most part in the Hollywood version. Rent it and decide for yourself!
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Review brief: The porn version of the mainstream movie about porn... got all that?? Pretty faithful remake too, right down to a beautiful blond being boinked on this case, the lovely Sunny Lane. Other lovelies include: Marie Luv, Hailey Young, & Gwen Diamond. Interesting.
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Review brief: The Little Details Running Time: 116 min. Production Date: 2 / 16 / 2006 Director: Kurt Lockwood Cast: Harmony Rose, Jenna Haze, Marie Luv, Nicki Hunter, Nina Hartley, Nyomi Marcella, Samantha Ryan, Sandra Roman, Trina Michaels, Christian XXX, Talon, Tee Reel, Tommy Gunn, Tyler Knight, and of course, Kurt Lockwood in sexual roles and Annie Cruz, Gia Jordan, Jack Lawrence, Ron Jeremy and many more in non-sex roles The Short Story Initial Expectations: Kurt Lockwood showed some great potential with The Delcine of Western Civilization Party 69: The Porno Years and Sex Z has been showing some great potential by giving their directors a lot of freedom. I'm going into this one with high expectations. Initial Reaction: It's a good start, but just doesn't get to where it should.
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