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Boxcover for Things Change 3
Things Change 3 

Release date: 8/16/2000
Reviewed on: 10/23/2000 by diville

Starring: Claudia Chase, Sana Fey, Nikki Sinn, Misty Rain, Mark Davis, Inari Vachs, Tony Tedeschi, Mia Smiles, Katie Gold, Wendi Knight, Lola
Studio: Metro

Directed by: Michael Zen
Review brief: Starring: Misty Rain, Wendi Knight, Claudia Chase, Inari Vachs, Nikki Sinn, Katie Gold, Lola, Sana Fey, Mark Davis, and Tony Tedeschi Directed By: Michael Zen Here's a confession...with one caveat: I've never been a fan of girl/girl sex action in adult movies. Most often I get the feeling that the women in these scenes aren't really into each other, and I'm never completely sure what they're building toward. They go down on each other, coo exhaustedly in each other's laps, and the scene is over. Two women together is supposed to be every man's fantasy, but it's never been mine. Now, about that caveat--when the girls are genuinely into each other, and they're kissing and enthusiastically grinding their bodies together with no regard for the camera, I start to feel a little something. Of all the lesbian scenes I've watched, only a small handful ever really excited me. The best I've seen, though, was Deidre Holland and Nikki Dial in Things Change: My First Time.
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Boxcover for Taboo 18 (Metro)
Taboo 18 (Metro) 

Release date: 4/24/2000
Reviewed on: 8/11/2000 by astroknight

Starring: Michael J. Cox, Julian, Mila, Missy, Mark Davis, Tony Tedeschi, Johnni Black, Katie Gold, Dakota, Chloe Nicholle
Studio: Metro

Directed by: Michael Zen
Review brief: Running Time: 80 min Cast: Missy, Chloe, Dakota, Katie Gold, Mila, Johnni Black, Tony Tedeschi, Marc Davis, and Julian Director: Michael Zen Extras: Behind the Scenes Featurette (approx. 10 min), biographies, previews, web link, multiple angles, and photo gallery Audio / Video Quality: Very good. There are some very different scenes in Taboo 18 that seem like they would be very difficult to film and the transfer does justice to the camera work. The audio syncs quite well to the video and also does justice to a job that does not appear to easy to do. The Plot: Tony Tedeschi plays a mortician who's wife (Chloe) has died in a car accident. A friend of hers (Missy) comes to pay her respects and takes her shoes with her. Tony follows her home and is drawn into a web of taboo fetishes that occur around Missy's house, gradually learning that the wife he thought was so innocent was at the center of it all. Review: I wasn't exactly sure what to expect when I started watching Taboo 18.
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