Adam & Eve Productions established itself as a leading label by the turn of this century, after building a substantial mail order business in Adult Entertainment. But in 2004 it changed its name to Adam & Eve Pictures and went downhill, as evidenced by this typical example of mindlessness.
Gone was the Couples Romance mandate, as A & E gave in to the new industry conventional wisdom that audiences only wanted all-sex content, or as I consider that, no content, just sex.
So hack Andre Madness delivered five lesbian scenes with top names but no story, characters or conviction. It's virtually gay for pay time, even if among the players young Sammie Rhodes does evince in her video assignments a preference for the fairer sex.
I watched it as part of my survey of A & E's catalog in search of goodies and the occasional forgotten classic, neither category appropriate to "Banging Bitches". Jana Jordan in latex humping Alyssa Reece represents the most obscure couple hiding within the superstar line-up, but in general this is old-hat, mechanical Sapphic couplings.
0 of 0 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?