Iím not going to lie. I had high expectations for this movie right from the beginning. I mean címon, Vivid trotted out just about all of its top contract stars for this vehicle. Not to mention that Vividís star director, Paul Thomas, came along for the ride.
Basically, the female actors all play themselves in this fictional (?) tale and theyíre competing for a plum adult role. They audition for two directors/producers played by Thomas (who has a role in his own movie) and Evan Stone. So actually the plot does seem to hold water. It doesnít seem out of the realm of possibility that several porn stars would vie for a coveted role (other than the fact that the porn stars in question are all superstars in their own right). And just as in real life, the characters are spoiled and act out when they perceive that they are not getting their way. Iím not going to give away the plot ending, because it throws the viewer a bit of a curve.
Having admitted that I didnít exactly come into this movie with an open mind, I have to say I was not disappointed; and not because of the plot either. The girls (and Iím talking about the actors now and not their characters) are all hot, theyíre professional, they each come with their own 60-gigawatts of star power, and essentially they each get a chance to shine in the movie. In my opinion, no one (not even The Jenna) overshadows anyone else.
And there is no sex scene that I could say is horrible. The lesbian orgy scene near the end is especially good.
So would I recommend this film? Hell yeah.
this movie was the exact same scene about nine times... i did not see any "girls displaying their specialty"
what a bore!! the premise of the cable hostess sounded really entertaining...wrong
not even worth the postage spent to send it to us. really...don't bother
One of Paul Thomas's worst...every scene
was about 8 minutes and the editing for the sex scenes sucked..one minute there
are clothes then fucking..wham bam..
Sunrise Adams and Mercedez are wasted
in this piece of crap