The second installment in the classic Emmanuelle softcore film series to be helmed by director Ura Hee, Emmanuelle 2000: Emmanuelle in Paradise finds actress Holly Sampson in role ... See full summary »
A couple has a machine that gives the paraplegic wife different degrees of mind and body control of other people, allowing her to feel the sexual pleasure that women sleeping with her husband feel. Emmanuelle joins the testing.
Emmanuelle now runs a clinic and laboratory that uses the sexual memories and the usage of virtual reality computer simulations on its clients to help them achieve sexual ecstasy, or help ... See full summary »
Paul Michael Robinson,
Debra K. Beatty
When a bachelorette party at Emmanuelle's house is interrupted by a mysterious loner, strange things begin to happen. The party guests start changing one by one into blood-sucking sexual ... See full summary »
It's a bit awkward to watching girls pitch the benefits of tech gadgets, built for exploiting intimacy, but the sensuality displayed was rather exciting. Brandy Miller (Elizabeth) is one of a kind. She blasts off the show by bangin' a fallen angel and smoochin' with the main character while playing the role of a heartbroken and jealous lover. A Trendy Miller? Caught by the downdraft, but raging against it nevertheless, Miller proves that if there would be a competition between hellfire and herself; hellfire would only get 2nd place. The same can't be said about Holly Sampson (Emmanuelle) though I admit I prefer her performance over Miller's. Sampson is less explosive, but with substancially more character development, which makes this erotic Emmanuelle episode rather enjoyable. She spreads herself a little thin though, but it's all in the name of a noble cause: To show men how supermodels think. An idea many men, given the chance, would congratulate her for.
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