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I'm not insulting high art here so it doesn't pain me when I say Voluptuous Vixens 2 isn't on the level established by the original. The first Voluptuous Vixens had some standout moments. The sequel simply does not. Russ Meyer appears once again and it feels more forced the second time around. You might have humored him the first trip out, but you're hitting the FF button now.
One of the more recognizable mainstream busty ladies - Pandora Peaks - appears in two scenes as well as on the box cover. Her first segment aptly titled "Sideshow" fares well. Her enormous boobs would certainly be a treat to see at a circus ... carnival ... anywhere. A second segment with her in a glass bowl of champagne fares less so. You might also recognize Tawny Peaks. "Hay Stacked" has her almost literally rolling in it. Period sounding music, period dark hair, definitely not breasts of the period, but you get the picture. It's short, but perhaps the best segment of the whole feature.
The rest feels pretty mundane. "Hips Ahoy" has Tawny with blond hair in a navy themed piece featuring two other ladies that delivers some nice eye candy caught between corny music and a cheap looking set as a backdrop. A no-explanation-needed montage entitled "jumping around". There's a predictable dream sequence. A 70's themed throwback segment featuring Julie K. Smith that nails everything but the arousal. The Morrell sisters have a double your viewing pleasure, double your fun segment ruined by awful music that only a softcore flick can deliver. Busty beauty Barocca features in a dance number where the nudity is minimal and has an appearance in a harem styled segment alongside the Scandalous duo that should have been hotter.
It's Playboy. There's nudity. There's breasts. Real. Fake. Big. Bigger. You know the deal. Those starved for what's on display will get what they want, but it's strictly a one-off.
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