Arielle (Juliana Kinkaid) refuses her boyfriend's engagement ring and arrives at the Hollywood home and lust-nest of beautiful cousin Tracy (Diana Espen, aka April Flowers). Tracy ...
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Jack's modeling agency has been losing its ground lately. His ex is running a competitive business and they both want the hot Rebecca to sign with them. He must also deal with his demanding tycoon dad and a secretary who wants him.
Ruby, Crystal and Jade once had it all, now they want revenge. They excitedly jump at the chance at a world tour for their music band from a mysterious millionaire. But be careful at what you ask for cause you will be in hot water.
Jeanie is filming her neighbors through her window for her film project. One night she film a senator and a callgirl which gets her into trouble. However, Alice the callgirl is very sexy and cute and they end up sleeping together.
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Nice Sexy movie that includes a beautiful Asian Couple engaging in fantasies with each others' blessing. Made for Cable Soft Porn that showcases many Western people seemingly unconvincing engaging in pleasure.
3000 years ago an Egyptian sorceress was buried alive for indulging forbidden pleasures of the flesh. Reincarnated in modern-day Los Angeles she is on a mission to track down the reincarnation of her ancient lost love.
Arielle (Juliana Kinkaid) refuses her boyfriend's engagement ring and arrives at the Hollywood home and lust-nest of beautiful cousin Tracy (Diana Espen, aka April Flowers). Tracy introduces her to the local modeling scene, temperamental photographer Scardino (John Castine), and handsome, cocky model Lance (Glen Meadows). Lance arouses Arielle's attention, but international intrigue and espionage worries arise to threaten these cozy affairs, and pretty Arielle must balance her lust-life with national security concerns. Written by
I hardly know where to begin in reviewing this mess, since it is awful in pretty much every conceivable way, but I'll give it a shot, in hopes of saving a few people from the pain that comes with watching this movie.
To start off, the storyline, about a young woman who comes to Hollywood and is quickly thrust into modeling before becoming an unlikely spy, is both boring and absurd, and yet, it might be the least objectionable part of this train wreck. After all, this is a movie that on two separate occasions shows multiple minute flashbacks of scenes that concluded less than TEN minutes earlier. Admittedly, it was difficult staying awake throughout this disaster at times, but unless you have the memory span of a goldfish, I don't believe that they really needed to replay ENTIRE scenes within minutes of them originally occurring in the first place -- this merely serves to confirm just how thin this movie really is. As for the dialogue, well, it cripples an already silly story, and many of the lines are mangled by the "acting", particularly by lead actress Juliana Kincaid. It would be charitable to say that her acting skills are amateurish, and that's even by porn actress standards (and all of the ladies in this film are porn veterans, by the way). Which leads me to my final complaint about the movie -- the women. Quite simply, if you're watching this movie, you're likely watching it to see some skin, and with the exception of Mary Carey, I didn't even like the way these women LOOKED. Sure, it's a shallow comment, and a matter of personal preference, but if you like curvy women in your softcore, this movie will prove to be a disappointment.
On a final note, I know that there are some movie watchers (myself included) who like to watch horrible films in hopes of finding one that's "so bad, it's good". This isn't even one of those movies. This is a film that is so bad, you'll find yourself shaking your head in disbelief at the on-screen idiocy every few minutes, and checking your watch at least as often. This movie is nothing more than mind-numbing, life-wasting garbage.
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