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Vivid's sequel to their 1998 series update is actually a far better film than the original Debbie Does Dallas could ever hope to be. Lexus was the perfect Vivid girl to replace Bambi Woods, doing some of her best work yet for this movie. Sharon Mitchell also turns in a notable performance as her bitchy mother. The disc is excellent, if not perfect. After realizing that the video quality of their discs was suffering due to cramming too much information on one side, Vivid has apparently gone to DVD-10 (double-sided, single-layered discs) as their standard format. This allows them to include the various extras, like interviews, still galleries, and their "virtual reality" games, without compromising the integrity of the video feature. DDD'99 still has a few rough spots, but it's much better than some older Vivid discs.
While billed as a sequel to 1998's "Debbie Does Dallas: The Next
Generation", this film -- using the entire same cast, and probably shot
at the same time -- is not actually a sequel. At the end of "The Next
Generation", Debbie (Lexus Locklear, who usually just went by Lexus)
had quit being a basketball cheerleader and gone off to have a
profitable career as a nude model. This movie opens up with her still
associated with a bunch of cheerleaders, apparently for a college
After Debbie's car breaks down, she has an epiphany of sorts and decides that what her little circle of cheerleaders needs is a bus. To obtain said bus, they embark on a variety of money-making schemes. (Shades of the original "Debbie Does Dallas".) Further establishing that this isn't really the same group as featured in "The Next Generation", when they try to make money as strippers, Stephanie Swift's character suffers a mild panic attack, even though she was a professional stripper in the other film!
In any event, much sex ensues, with the best scene definitely being the finale, when all five cheerleaders (Lexus, Swift, Mickey Lynn, Toni James and Lovette) team up to exhaust T.T. Boy so that he'll blow the big game. Lexus was never hotter than she was in this movie. There's also a rare bit of comedy in Mickey Lynn's scene with Mr. Marcus, where we're supposed to believe that he's able to keep going for hours, much to her stunned horror.
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