Adult Movie Part 2 (2004)

X | | Adult, Comedy | Video 2004


Cast overview:
Ashton Moore Ashton Moore ... Jungle Girl
Cindy Crawford Cindy Crawford ... Chair Girl / Jail Girl
Dani Woodward Dani Woodward ... Jail Girl
Ashley Fires ... Jungle Girl
Sasha Swenson Sasha Swenson ... Jungle Girl
Victoria Givens Victoria Givens ... Gym Receptionist
Kai Wu Kai Wu ... Masseuse
Kurt Lockwood ... Chair Guy
Mario Rossi Mario Rossi ... Masseur
Anthony Hardwood Anthony Hardwood ... Gym Guy
Alex Rox Alex Rox ... Gym Guy (as Alex Rex)
Tony Sexton Tony Sexton ... Jail Janitor
Rocco Rocco ... Self (dog)


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Jill, you need to apologize
9 May 2018 | by lor_See all my reviews

When the great (for some people the greatest) Jill Kelly quit acting and went full-time into producing porn features for her eponymous label, the Adult Cinema suffered a loss, as no one was quite like the blonde beauty. Alas, this followup to a feature I fortunately haven't seen (and intend to keep it that way) is so bad it cancels out a lot of her residual good will.

What we have here is nothing less than an attempt to cash in on the mainstream success of such parody films as the "Scary Movie" series. But the humor of those low-brow exercises in bad taste and bad jokes doesn't translate to Adult incompetence, leaving us with merely a forerunner of the horrible "porn-parody" (= ripoff) movement of recent years.

Jill's ensemble cast hams it up, has routine gonzo sex and merely bores (rather than scares) the pants off any viewer. Sex scenes are framed by a trio of beauties (Ashton Moore, Sasha Swenson and Ashley Fires) supposedly out camping and swapping stories. They frequently criticize the shabbiness of the production, but it's too true to be funny, starting with the all-time lousiness of their studio set pretending to be outdoors, as fake and poorly set dressed as possible.

Cast has a lot more fun on set than the audience will have watching them, as evidenced by their frivolity in the BTS short subject on the DVD.

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