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Ivy's sister, Violet, comes to visit the Greer residence in this third installment of the franchise. It does not take long for the family to be turned upside down as Violet uses her body and skills of manipulation to throw the household into a state of panic and deceit. Written by
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In the second movie of the fanchise the main character is played by Alyssa Milano. Milano and Jaime Pressly played together in an episode in Charmed (1998) See more »
Ivy, from the first film in the series, is shown as a small child and is referred to as "Ivy" both in the opening scene and later on in retrospect. The character's real name, however, had never been revealed in the first film; Ivy was a name that Sylvie coined when trying to convince her father to give her a ride home. See more »
your name doesn't have to be Earl to see Jaime topless
Well I watched and reviewed the first two films in this series, so I figured what the hell, I'll just finish the trilogy up. Jaime Pressly stars as Violent, a teenage vixen who feeling betrayed that her mother (who was also this family's maid) was fired for having an affair with the father , a decade or so later decides to move in with the family who 'wronged' her mom and proceeds to use her best asset, her body, to get revenge. Is this film good in a conventional sense? Nope. Artistically? Haha not at all. In fact the only true reason to see this is Jaime Pressley herself, who ups the T7A quotient exponentially.
Eye Candy: Athena Massey gets topless once; Jaime Pressly shows hers multiple times and her ass once.
My Grade: C
Where i saw it: Thriller Max
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