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Review brief: One True Chance ** From Outback Productions 2003, 90 minutes Written and directed by Robert Hunington Starring Sharon Wild, Jasmin Klein, Harley Davis, Temptation, Cherokee, Lezley Zen, Chloe Dior, Steve Hatcher, Alex Sanders, Barrett Blade, Trevor Zen, Lee Stone Synopsis: A satirical look at a true romance gone mad, says the back of the cover for One True Chance, another Nicole London presentation from Outback Pictures. It is inappropriate that this movie be described as a satire. The definition of satire is a work holding up human vices and follies to ridicule or scorn. Satires tend to be smart and take a great deal of skill to pull off; to wittily poke fun at its source. One True Chance is, more accurately, a parody of Quentin Tarantinos first screenplay, True Romance. According to Merriam-Webster the first definition of parody is a work in which the style of an author or work is closely imitated for comic effect or in ridicule. Thats the problem with kids today.
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Envy 

Release date: 7/23/2003
Reviewed on: 2/5/2004 by crucifixio-jones

Starring: Temptation, Lezley Zen
Studio: Outback

Review brief: Envy **** 2003, 83 minutes From Outback Productions Screenplay and directed by Robert Hunington Produced by Nicole London Edited by Alex Sanders Cast: Lezley Zen, Temptation, Aria, Kelly Steele, Venus, Nicole London (non-sex), Lee Stone, Barrette Blade and Hamilton Steele. From the warped mind and pen of director Robert Hunington comes Envy, a rare psychological thriller/drama whose storyline may leave more than a few audience members confused as to what they just saw, ensuring repeat viewing. Synopsis: Nicole London portrays a mother concerned about her daughter Envy (Lezley Zen). Mom relates to us the story of Envy as she packs her daughters belongings into a cardboard box. Envy, it seems, was due to get married but now the wedding is off because Envy drove her man away by spending inordinate amounts of time fantasizing, writing in her journal and generally being tormented by the voices of four other women in her head. These women are played by Temptation, Aria, Kelly Steele and Venus.
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Review brief: Running Time: 84 min. Production Date: 1 / 28 / 2003 (feature) 3 / 15 / 2003 (cover) Director: Robert Hunington Cast: Kim Chambers, Randy Spears, Nikita Denise, Roxanne Hall, Lee Stone, Lauren Phoenix, Scott Styles, Cheyne Collins, Buffy Sinclair, Jessica Dee, Steve Hatcher, Sharon Wild, and Robert Hunington and Nicole London in non-sex roles Initial Expectations: Ive had mixed results from Outback so far, but theyve shown enough potential that I still have some hope. Initial Reaction: Its the best Ive seen from Outback Productions! Who Should Watch It : Anybody with a great love of close-ups Who Should Avoid It: Anybody wanting a couples movie with a consistent plot Audio /Video Quality: The audio leaves quite a bit to be desired. Some of it has a loud hiss in the background, and many other parts seem like the audio was maxed out when it was recorded as it crackles a lot. The video is a bit better. Its normally well lit, but theres a bit of grain and a few remnants.
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Envy 

Release date: 7/23/2003
Reviewed on: 9/1/2003 by astroknight

Starring: Temptation, Lezley Zen
Studio: Outback

Review brief: Running Time: 83 min. Production Date: 1 / 20 / 2003 Director: Robert Huntington Cast: Lezley Zen, Venus, Aria, Temptation, Kelly Steele, Hamilton Steele, Lee Stone, Barrett Blade. and Nicole London in a non-sex role Initial Expectations: Something about this one really gives me high hopes Initial Reaction: Its a good movie, but the technical aspects leave much to be desired. Who Should Watch It : Anybody wanting a more artistic couples movie Who Should Avoid It: Anybody wanting an extremely tame couples movie or one with a lot of plot Audio /Video Quality: Although this is only the second DVD Ive seen from Outback Productions, theyve already shown that the technical aspects are the things holding them back the most. The audio varies throughout the feature. Some of it is very clear, while other areas are rough and scratchy, almost as if the microphones were adjusted so that they maxed out repeatedly through the scene.
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Double Booked 

Release date: 8/16/2003
Reviewed on: 8/31/2003 by astroknight

Starring: Steve Hatcher, Kyle Stone, Venus, Lee Stone, Nikita Denise, Felix Vicious, Gen Padova, Cynara Fox
Studio: Outback

Review brief: Running Time: 82 min. Production Date: 3 / 15 / 2003 Director: Claude Masson Cast: Venus, Lee Stone, Cynara Fox, Felicia, Nikita Denise, Kyle Stone, Gen Padova, Felix Vicious, Steve Hatcher, and a few others in non-sex performances Initial Expectations: Ive heard that I should really be checking out what Outbacks doing, so Im going into this one curious and with some hope. Initial Reaction: The movies okay, but the DVD shows some good hope for Outback. Who Should Watch It : Somebody looking for standard couples fare. Who Should Avoid It: Anybody wanting anything unique or with anything a bit nastier. Audio /Video Quality: The audio varies throughout the feature. Some of it is very clear, while other areas are rough and scratchy, almost as if the microphones were adjusted so that they maxed out repeatedly through the scene. It also varies quite a bit in balance, going from a nice level to dropping so low I couldnt hear anything and then going back up a little later. At times it would even go louder with music only.
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