2 out of 8 people found the following review useful:
It gets better by the minute.
Endre Palfi from Manhattan Beach, CA
21 October 2002
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?
by the downdraft, but raging against it nevertheless, Miller proves that
there would be a competition between hellfire and herself; hellfire would
only get 2nd place. The same can't be said about Holly Sampson
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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