Alicia Royale is a fashion mogul who decides to have a large pajama themed party as a promotion for her new line of clothing. At the party, the leading contender for the company spokesmodel... See full summary »
Alicia Royale is a fashion mogul who decides to have a large pajama themed party as a promotion for her new line of clothing. At the party, the leading contender for the company spokesmodel is found dead in the swimming pool, apparently by suicide. Zoe Taylor does not agree and hires a private investigator named Dean Thomas to look into the death. Dean digs deeper and deeper into the world of modelling and finds out that it is a lot more than just taking pictures and smiling. Written by
Josh Pasnak <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Welcome to another instantly forgettable direct-to-video romp. The story - or what they call the story - is just insulting. Perhaps that's not saying a lot for the territory, but this one hurt. Don't believe me? Watch it. It doesn't make one lick of sense. Now, okay, I know what you're thinking. It's not like we tune in for a great story so what about the naughty bits.
Disappointing. More of the same. Filmed in the same 'ol predictable style against the same 'ol backdrop. There's nudity to be found, but there's no atmosphere and no heat to really go along with it. As for Tweed herself, she doesn't star no matter what the movie box sells you. If you must know, she only gets naked once and it's far from mind blowing. Some T&A flicks surprise you, some don't and just deliver the goods. This did neither. Pass.
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