This is the true story of five beautiful women who decide to spice up their lives - and their bank accounts - by creating the ultimate erotic website: NO ANGELS.COM.


(as Robert Talbot), (as Sybil Richards)


Add Image Add an image

Do you have any images for this title?



Credited cast:
Nicole Martiano ...
Laurel Dunne ...
Zoe Paul ...
Karen Chasen ...
Brandy Miller ...
D.J. West ...
Eric Stratton ...
Chris Villa ...
Alice Inchains ...
Leggs Dancer
Darby Daniels ...
Content Girl (as Susan Hale)
Sean Juergens ...
Content Boy
Andrea Kovacs ...
Nearly Nude Model #1
Karry Brown ...
Nearly Nude Model #2
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:


Following these women on an unrehearsed cuided tour through a cyber world they're discovering for the very first time! You'll see them bare it all, recruit other beauties and ultimately ... well, you'll just have to see it to believe it! NO ANGELS.COM will change the way you surf the net! Written by Wallace Entertainment

Plot Summary | Add Synopsis


5 Women on a Cyber Mission!



Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong sexual content




Release Date:

26 September 2000 (USA)  »

Company Credits

Show detailed on  »

Technical Specs


Sound Mix:


See  »

Frequently Asked Questions

This FAQ is empty. Add the first question.

User Reviews

Attractive nude models set out to build their own website.. somewhat unsuccessfully.
16 June 2006 | by (New Zealand) – See all my reviews

Starring 'B girls' Brandy Miller and Zoe Paul, Penthouse Pet Nicole Marciano, Laurel (alt spelling Laural) Dunne, Karen Claasen and D.J. West.. not always in that order.. this DVD arrived in my mailbox courtesy of my LA connection by way of dear old Amazon some time last year.. five years late..

Purchased solely on the promise of Brandy Miller (the Texas one) i expected another Surrender Cinema type movie with pretty girls acting out their parts but this was the real thing.. the actual story of five models/actresses and their website.

Almost before the movie finished i was down at my internet café only to find that 'no angels' are no more.. from memory that site now sells records so i guess somewhere along the line something went wrong.

Now in New Zealand.. certainly in 'Whale Rider country'.. (Poverty Bay East coast) if you are going to set up a website you won't spend a cent.. (certainly if you can't afford to lose it) and everything will happen 'courtesy' of mates.. in the know and by way of those connections which just happen to come your way.. likely as not just because it is as good an excuse as any to hang out.

Apparently these ladies with their Bob Guccione and Hugh Hefner influences decided that the business ethos of those two gentlemen.. lots of parties lots of 'hoorah' should also be their own.. seemingly oblivious to the fact that some 'one'.. somewhere along the line has to be responsible for the 'bottom' line.

Throughout the affair however i really liked the Brandy as a person (c.f. actress) energy.. (not to mention the 'figure' she presented fully clothed as well as completely unclothed) always ready to start something or have a go.. and whereas she is great in her acting roles this type of energy is inevitably wasted without the necessary guidance.

Although the girls did get a 'moneyman' on board he too seemed to be swept up in the excitement.. (Nicole's business presentation to him appeared to be in the form of a personal strip-show).. as if he were spending someone el$e's.. and Zoe Paul's boyfriend who may also have offered a steadying influence seemed too caught up in his possessiveness to actually give his girl a hand.

I guess on the other side of this equation how many groups of pretty girls can one really expect to muster the 'Danni Ashe fortitude' to come to terms with the business/pleasure relationship that must be managing a website..

A pity though.. if they had only applied a little more of the 'kiss' ethos.. the 'keep it simple stupid' one as opposed to the 'and make up' one.. after what i have seen on the Net since purchasing my own computer i thought there was 'raw' talent enough to easily carry the 'less is more' philosophy.. and would have had no hesitation in taking out a gold club membership.. (providing they accepted international money orders.)

0 of 0 people found this review helpful.  Was this review helpful to you?

Message Boards

Recent Posts
what the aubrey_r
Discuss (2000) on the IMDb message boards »

Contribute to This Page

Create a character page for: