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Sexy Wives Sindrome (2011)

TV Movie  -   -  Comedy  -  5 February 2011 (USA)
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A doctor at a clinic where erotic role-playing is used to save troubled marriages gets turned on by his patients' sizzling fantasies.

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Frankie Cullen ...
Mark
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Nurse Kayla Belmont
Julie K. Smith ...
Dr. Anderson / Jane Grabowski
Billy Chappell ...
Shug (as Tony Marino)
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Mandy
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Lucy
Glori-Anne Gilbert ...
Mrs. Berg
Erika Jordan ...
Diana
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Frank Harper ...
Mr. Berg
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Carol McGuire
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A doctor at a clinic where erotic role-playing is used to save troubled marriages gets turned on by his patients' sizzling fantasies.

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Pretty good, though some strange casting
18 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is yet another Wynorski softcore under yet another pseudonym of his. Like most of his stuff, it's very light on things like special effects and scope of settings, but it does a decent job of having an okay plot. It's a lot less fun than some of the more campy horror and sci-fi softcores, but still does a good job being sexy for the most part.

Julie K. Smith is back yet again. I'm not a fan of the longer hair, I think she looks much better with it a bit shorter, but she's otherwise sexy as usual. In addition to Wynorski veterans Julie K. Smith and Rebecca Love, there are a couple of other notable additions to the cast.

Angie Savage would be gorgeous, though I think her giant back tattoo kind of ruins her overall look. I don't think some small tattoos are too bad, or even big ones if it goes with a girl's overall look and she has that sort of alternative heavily tatted Suicide Girls look. Angie Savage, though, is like a Barbie Doll that some five year old girl decided to magic marker up the back of. She's extremely hot in a sexy bimbo kind of way, but the tattoo is so large it's distracting. Also, she drools all over her scene partners, which some people might find hot but I find kind of disgusting. Finally, during her lesbian scenes she seems to have a thing for getting behind the other girl and humping her doggie style. Does she have a secret penis I'm not aware of? Is she actually a transvestite? Did she put on a strap on when no one was looking? I'm not sure how Wynorski lets this happen in the scene, it's bizarre.

Overall, I like Angie Savage, I just have very mixed feelings. She plays a sex pot very well, with the little squeaky voice and everything, but I'm not entirely sold on her.

Cindy Lucas also has the Barbie look going on and is pretty great. Her ass in particular is amazing. She reminds me a lot of Glori-Anne Gilbert, actually. She doesn't appear to be a particularly skilled actress, but more than makes up for it in the heat of her scenes and her looks.

I was not a fan of TJ Cummings. He seemed to have very little chemistry in his scenes. Also, it appeared they had Frankie Cullen hide his face in one scene and pretend to be a different guy. Come on, Mr. Wynorski, are you really that hard up for male actors? I realize it must be a lot more fun to go searching for gorgeous babes for your movies, but the male talent pool is getting a little ridiculous. Frankie Cullen and Tony Marino are great, but having actors pull double duty and getting guys like TJ Cummings who are known more for gay porn than straight porn is a little weird.


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