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Review brief: One of the all-time classics is ripe for a parody and Dreamzone is just the studio to bring it together. Veruca James, April O’Neill, Jessie Andrews, Kagney Linn Karter and Bridgette B are the femme fatales in this one with Tommy Pistol and Anthony Rosano playing the Corleone brothers and Peter O’Tool does his best Marlon Brando impression.
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Review brief: Lee Roy Meyer's GODFATHER A DREAM ZONE PARODY (2012, Dream Zone Entertainment)has a few creative parody ideas however, Peter O Tool playing The Godfather in a a non-sex performance and assorted porn performers look and sound nothing like their male counterparts from the original film. And their ho-hum interpretations of scenes and dialog from the original script should induce dozing between solid sexual encounters starring the likes of Bridgette B, Jessie Andrews, Veruca James, April O'Neil and Kagney Lynn Karter that are all well-captured by cinematographer Paul Woodcrest.
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Review brief: A funny, sharp parody of the original. Tommy Pistol shines as Michael Whoreleon. Michael Vegas shows his skills at humor and timing. Bridgette B is fun, April Oneal shows her own comedy chops as well. A great overall film and definitely couples and female friendly! A great movie for fans of male talent in the Adult Entertainment Industry! Well worth renting or buying.
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Review brief: A parody version of a Hollywood classic but given a comedic take which might seem odd but in the end was quite effective and well worth the time to check out. Several classic scenes are hit and given a porno flavor which should please the fans of this fantastic film which is now been parodied. The music is quite good and should remind you of the original version and the credits as well give a great nod to the Hollywood film.
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Review brief: Romeo and Juliet is one heck of a Parody, with some good solid sex, excellent for couples and not bad for the other audience, Dream Zone makes a good effort keeping some important parts of the dialogues there, which is pretty cool, Chanel makes a Great Juliet, Romeo (Rocco Reed) is not bad either, Anthony does a good job as always, and if you're a fan of Andy San Dimas you already know what I'm talking about, if you don't this is a good time to check her out.
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Review brief: "Romeo and Juliet" by Lee Roy Meyers puts a modern--and erotic--spin on the William Shakespeare classic of the same title in this very good, couples-friendly release from DreamZone Entertainment. Interestingly, the Montagues and the Capulets both deal in automotives in this production--with the former's garage being the backdrop for some of the key plot sequences in the film. Romeo is played by Rocco Reed, Juliet by Chanel Preston, and Tybalt by Anthony Rosano...all of whom are strong on the acting end of things. Not only are the main characters represented well, but the storyline also features many of the key elements found in the original play, linked together via a unique blend of modern-day English and lines from Shakespeare's work. While officially deemed a "parody", this is really quite the serious and romantic tragedy--much like the source material--and not so much of a comedy. Of course, the sex is no worries!
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Review brief: In a tribute to that fine sitcom from days of yore, we have story in which Ralph is slated to be a contestant on a TV game show. The subject is sex, but have no fear, because with his buddy Fred Morton (Anthony Rosano), the two of them will learn a thing or two about sex from their hot wives (played by Kristina Rose and Aiden Star) and other assorted hotties.
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Review brief: Lee Roy Meyers directs a capable cast in THE HONEYMOANERS: A XXX PARODY (2011, Dream Zone Entertainment) that's a parody of the Honeymoooners TV show from the '50s. Here is a review.
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