The trailers and previews imply this is a true story, even to the point of giving the lead character the same name as the actress playing the role. A lot of the movie is filmed as if it was a real video log, complete with the shaky, slightly out of focus recording.
It isn't, and they give up on the pretense quickly.
Minimal sex, minimal nudity, which seems odd for a porn star. Minimal blood, and a low body count, so you can't even watch it as a slasher movie.
Little more to say. I can't even rate it as a guilty pleasure.
If you really, really, really love Brooke Marks, rent it. If you have a buddy who loves Brooke Marks, buy him a copy. If you're wondering why I bothered to add this to the end of the review, it is because there is a ten line minimum on reviews, and I was done with this epic after only seven lines.
Adding that will probably get this review discarded by The Powers That Be, but I really didn't have anything else the least bit useful to add.
I suppose I could have recapped the plot of the movie, but if you watched the trailer, you already know pretty much everything I could tell you without spoiling what few surprises this movie has.
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