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Review brief: A new story from director Stormy Daniels and this takes us to the real estate business where Kagney is a successful realtor but her boyfriend is pretty much a loser or so he seems when we first meet him. But Brendon has something else going on behind Kagney's back and it involves using her work info to help him procure enough money to buy a nice engagement ring. Now how he does this provides some pretty good comic relief to this production and it helps having a good cast too- Alektra, Barrett Blade, Gracie Glam and Brooklyn Lee all have key parts to this story as it unfolds. Worth your time as you'll laugh and get to watch some good sex too.
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Young At Heart 

Release date: 6/15/2011
Reviewed on: 8/15/2011 by fu_q

Starring: Brad Armstrong, Francesca Le, Kaylani Lei, Lela Star, Misty Stone, Asa Akira, Madison Ivy, Gracie Glam, Kelly Klass, Aleksa Nicole
Studio: Wicked

Directed by: Brad Armstrong
Review brief: "Young At Heart" is a very good production from Wicked that features Brad Armstrong as an older guy who's really starting to feel his age--particularly when it comes to women. So, in an attempt to prove to himself that he's still got it, he goes on a rampage--trying to fuck every younger woman that he can find. More often than not, he succeeds, and a good deal of hot sex ensues. Of course, because every story needs a moral and a happy ending, Brad ends up realizing that love and sex with someone his own age (Francesca Le) is really where it's at. Regardless, a lot of hot boffing is displayed prior to this unfortunate epiphany...and the viewer most distinctly benefits.
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Review brief: This is a very nice Carmen Hart compilation. You get ten scenes (including the bonus scene which is the only notable extra) with Carmen showing just why Wicked wisely chose her as a contract girl. She nicely delivers in group, lesbian, and standard one-on-one scenes here with every scene coming in well above average sexually. The only thing that holds this one back is the non-anamorphic presentation as there wasn't a single scene that looks to have been originally presented in the full frame format. Even with that complaint, this one's worth picking up.
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Review brief: This one's definitely worth picking up, and is filled with plenty of cheesy porno fun as well as lots of hot sex. Joanthan Morgan and the cast do a great job here with both the setups, which are always more than amusing, and well as the sex, which nicely starts out with some good eye candy. The sex is all more than hot with Alektra Blue, Madison Ivy, and Briana Blair coming out on top with their scenes. The technical aspects are nicely done but sadly the only extra worth noting is a bonus scene. Don't let that stop you from picking this one up as it's bound to put a smile in on your face as well as getting the blood flowing south.
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about jessica 

Release date: 7/13/2011
Reviewed on: 8/8/2011 by loverboy

Starring: Dale Dabone, jessica drake, T.J. Cummings, Marcus London, Kiara Diane, Danni Cole, Seth Gamble, Ivy Winters
Studio: Wicked

Directed by: Barrett Blade
Review brief: "Display in Couples Section" "Romantic Comedy" and "Explicit Erotica" is what the dvd sleeve says. Add condoms and music throughout the sex scenes and that is pretty much what you get with this one. Jessica Drake is the star of this and although she is featured throughout the plot, she is in only a few of the sex scenes.
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Review brief: A new story from director Stormy Daniels highlighted by a very good performance from Gracie Glam who plays a character in this that I haven't seen her try before and she does great. Gracie has two full scenes plus a brief bj encounter. Alektra Blue has some good dialogue in this as well along with a good scene with Dane Cross. India Summer and Ash Hollywood round out the female cast. The story isn't a pretty one but is easy to follow and engaging due mostly to the captivating work from Gracie Glam-- an easy pick up for her fans.
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Review brief: Jonathan Morgan goes after superheros with all of the fun that made him a winning director so long ago with this release. The setups are a lot of fun and the sex is consistent with nice chemistry. The technical aspects show some very good care and there's some good effort put into the extras. This is a very nice release that's a great little porn diversion.
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Review brief: Movies like this are why I quickly became a fan of Jonathan Morgan behind the camera well over a decade ago. Every scene here is a lot of fun going in, and the fun never leaves the scene due to the great chemistry through each scene. There's plenty of parent babysitter action here with a little babysitter boyfriend action between Trinity and Rocco thrown in to mix things up, and the only thing that holds it back is Trinity's scene not quite having the same vibe as the others. The technical aspects show some nice care but sadly the extras are lacking. Even with that minor complaint, this one's hot and fun enough that it shouldn't slow anybody down from picking it up.
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about jessica 

Release date: 7/13/2011
Reviewed on: 7/20/2011 by bono-one

Starring: Dale Dabone, jessica drake, T.J. Cummings, Marcus London, Kiara Diane, Danni Cole, Seth Gamble, Ivy Winters
Studio: Wicked

Directed by: Barrett Blade
Review brief: A new jessica drake project directed by Barrett Blade. jessica and her friends go out for a night on the town when jessica meets a guy, Marcus London, who just might be someone she wants to hook up with- there is an invited to a bachelor party so perhaps a hook up will occur there. We get hook ups in the meantime with Ivy, Kiara and Danni Cole along the way. A nice 3 girl lesbian scene gets the whole ball rolling- jessica and Kiara wanted to cheer up Ivy who had just got dumped and then they take her out on the town where jessica meets this mysterious guy and you'll just have to watch the movie to see how it turns out.
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Review brief: Francois Clousot directs FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS (2011, Wicked Pictures) starring Jessica Drake and co-starring other Wicked contract girls.
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Protect Me From Love 

Release date: 5/4/2011
Reviewed on: 7/18/2011 by astroknight

Starring: Mick Blue, Kris Slater, India Summer, Barry Scott, Danny Wylde, Briana Blair, Kortney Kane
Studio: Wicked

Directed by: Barrett Blade
Review brief: This is a decent little couples release that's held back mostly by how generic the story and camera work is. Kris Slater and Briana Blair do a very nice job in the lead roles, but the story left me wondering how many hundred times I've already seen it in movies and television shows before. Thankfully the sex was nicely done and consistent, although that was held back by whooshing sounds and cutting from position to position. The rest of the technical aspects are nicely done, but the extras don't show effort like one used to expect from Wicked. This is a solidly above average release, but it struggles to get much beyond that.
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Review brief: This is a nice little adult comedy. Yes, it's far from original but the cast does a very nice job both sexually and with the script. The technical aspects also show some good care but sadly there isn't much effort put into the extras. This is a decent release but nothing overly special or memorable.
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Review brief: A new story from Wicked pictures and director Francois Clousot which features three of Wickeds contract girls. jessica drake leads the way here working in two scenes plus lots of dialogue - she's quite good at both as anyone who's watched porn over the last several years knows. You also enjoy Kaylani Lei and Alektra Blue as well in single scenes with Kaylani having a few funny lines of dialogue on top. Barrett Blade has a good role here as the comic relief plus he gets to have a torrid strip club scene with Alektra ending with the best pop shot of the dvd. A good couples flick and an easy rental recommendation.
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Review brief: A new comedy from director Jonathan Morgan and this takes us to the wonderful world of fire fighting but with a twist. The ladies here don't just put out fires in your house but they also start them-- in your pants!! Alektra, Briana, Vanessa and Madison are the girls given the task of putting out the bad fires but then starting the good ones which we get to enjoy in each scene. One includes Jessie Andrews along with Alektra. Worth checking out if you like your porn stars to wear firefighter gear but not to long as we want to see those sexy bodies revealed for the majority of the scene.
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Review brief: Asian Eyes has five one-on-one sex scenes which feature Asian porn stars. One of the scenes is girl/girl, but the other scenes are girl/guy. With the exception of short intros, the feature is wall to wall sex.
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Review brief: A new story from director Stormy Daniels that takes us to the heartland. Michael Vegas is a famous country singer fresh off a big win at the country awards show but it's all just to much for him and he needs a break so he disappears. This doesn't sit well with India Summer his manager who is frantic to find him and get the wagon train rolling again- her income depends on it! But Michael has found a quiet place in the country where he meets Brooklyn Lee who is coming off a big heart break. The two instantly connect but when events occur that brings India back and threatens the blossoming relationship. You'll enjoy the journey to find out if in the end love conquers all.
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Office Encounters 

Release date: 4/27/2011
Reviewed on: 6/4/2011 by bono-one

Starring: Tommy Gunn, jessica drake, Jack Lawrence, India Summer, Johnny Castle, Asa Akira, Rocco Reed, Lexi Swallow
Studio: Wicked

Directed by: Brad Armstrong
Review brief: A new title from Brad Armstrong that takes us to the office where we know many things go on besides letter dictating and filing of papers. This is just such an office though its boss Randy Spears has a strict policy of no employee fucking around with other employees. We see this broken a couple of times first by jessica drake with Rocco and then India with Tommy Gunn- her tryst has a funny postscript that I will allow you to find out as you watch the movie. jessica and Rocco are the main characters here and it's an interesting journey watching how the two navigate this touchy situation that develops at the workplace. Strong acting and good solid sex highlight this production.
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Review brief: Wicked Pictures presents the ultimate guy's fantasy, making it with a model/calendar girl. Since the chance of this happening in reality is practically nil, the story is easy to relate to and it was great to see fantasy come true. The sex is "condomized" but is shot well without any surprises. The "Wicked" female cast is drop dead awesome.
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Protect Me From Love 

Release date: 5/4/2011
Reviewed on: 5/23/2011 by bono-one

Starring: Mick Blue, Kris Slater, India Summer, Barry Scott, Danny Wylde, Briana Blair, Kortney Kane
Studio: Wicked

Directed by: Barrett Blade
Review brief: A new Wicked feature from director Barrett Blade where we have Briana Blair taking the lead role and appearing twice in sex scenes so certainly her fans should take a look as she shows some nice acting chops to go along with the sexy body which we get to enjoy twice! The story is about her and Kris Slater who are in love and he's ready to pop the question but events which are misinterpreted by her roommate Kortney Kane lead to a brief breakup and both having sex with others in this movie- Mick Blue and India Summer. As you might expect love conquers all in the end leading to a solid finale with Briana and Kris.
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Review brief: If you want a romantic comedy for adults, make sure you pick this one up. Stormy Daniels works her magic behind the camera once again with Kirsten Price and Rocco Reed as the leads in a nicely done story. Throw in a nice supporting cast and plenty of hot sex and you have a great movie. The technical aspects also show some good care but there isn't much effort put into the extras. The movie's good enough here that that shouldn't stop you from picking up Girlfriend for Hire.
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Review brief: This is a very fun couples release. The story is light and fun, and helped out by a cast that looks to be having a lot of fun with it. The sex is just as enjoyable, and has some nice variety mixed in. Add in well done technical aspects and a good bonus scene and you have a DVD that's well worth checking out.
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Review brief: This is a very sexy all sex couples release. The setups are soft and romantic, and have plenty of artistic style to make them all the sexier. The sex is quite consistent from start to finish with plenty of chemistry and action that's more than easy on the eyes. There's also a decent behind the scenes featurette to help out the overall DVD. This is a very nice release.
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Review brief: Everyone loves a bad girl, right? These reform school girls have been bad in the past but are on the path of goodness, or so they would have us believe. The cast is led by Amy Brooke, Ashlyn Rae and Ally Kay.
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Review brief: Here we have a new title from director Stormy Daniels featuring the lovely Kirsten Price who brings the heat sexually as well as doing some fine dialogue work with her costars. In this that was chiefly Raven Alexis and then her male counterpart in the lead role, Rocco Reed. You also have Raven engaging in some pretty good lesbian sex with Sammie Rhodes and we have two Kirsten scenes plus she's in the bonus scene and this leaves one more scene and Phoenix Marie nicely fills it with an outdoor romp with Sascha. The story here is easy to follow and gives us a solid payoff with Kirsten and Rocco in the end.
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Review brief: "Lolita" is an excellent production from Wicked and director Brad Armstrong that features one of the company's newer--and potentially most infamous--contract stars, Lupe Fuentes. With Lupe featured in five of the movie's seven scenes, it's really difficult to go wrong. Couple Ms. Fuentes' presence and performances with high production values, and you have a guaranteed winner--which this is. It's definitely worth checking out.
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