All Metro Movie Reviews directed by Jim Enright

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Review brief: Girls: Average to better than average Scenes: Four 2-girl, one threesome, one 5-girl group Energy: High Enthusiasm: High Emotional Intimacy: Low Kissing: Sparse Foreplay: Very little Toy Use: High, including dildo, two-headed dildo, vibrator, strap-on, and butt-plug Jim Enright is cuckoo for close-ups. Not the inserts that emphasize and enhance the action, the confusing and annoying kind that somehow detract from it. Being the respected, acclaimed, award-winning armchair porn director I am, I believe Ill give Jim a tip. Jimdont shoot sex; shoots girls having sex. Big difference, my friend. Babes Illustrated 5 was killed in the camera and buried in the editing room. It isnt awful, it just isnt very good. And this despite a cast of willing and enthusiastic girls who, with better direction (and fewer toys), could have made something special. This is a movie with a plot. Sexy, 40 double-D Shyla Foxxx is looking for the mother who abandoned her when she was two.
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Review brief: Note: It appears that Metro is re-releasing many of its older titles. This title was released in roughly Sept. 2003, and features trailers for current Metro releases on the movie side of the DVD rather than a B-side full of trailers as well as a menu design thats different from much of the rest of the releases from this series. Running Time: 79 min. Production Date: 3 / 28 / 1996 Director: Jim Enright Cast: Caressa Savage, Celine Devoux, Felecia, Kaitlyn Ashley, Monique DeMoan, Shanna McCullough, Shyla Foxxx, Tiffany Mynx, and Tracy Love Initial Expectations: The last couples episodes really slipped in this series for me. Im hoping Jim Enright can breathe a little new life into it. Initial Reaction: Its a nice step up from the last few episodes. Who Should Watch It : Anybody wanting a nice mix of all girl action Who Should Avoid It: Anybody wanting very light and playful all girl action or extremely nasty all girl action Audio /Video Quality: The audio is normally clear, but sometimes dubbed.
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Review brief: Title: Flesh for Fantasy Year of Production: 2000 Running Time: 85 min. Studio: Cal Vista/Metro Cast: Lisa Ann (Princess Beth), Jonathan Morgan (Sir Heshel), Ariana (Morganna), Tom Byron (Zartac), Rebecca Bardoux (Dagmar), Kiss (Hildegard), TT Boy (the Black Night), Napoleon (Grogg), Alex Sanders (Sir Valiant), etc. Director: Jace Rocker, Jim Enright Review In the intro scenes, we see an accountant (Heshel) who is crazy about computer games. He is caught in the act by his female boss she asks him to stop by her office and threatens to fire him if he doesnt finish some work by midnight. Before going back to work, the accountant asks Lisa Ann about a small box on her table. She says she bought it from the Antiques dealer, and it belonged to a XII century English sorcerer. Lisa comes home, takes the box out, pours some wine for herself, and goes to the bathroom to get changed.
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