Rather stupid feature with Jill Kelly's stable of attractive femmes
I've been watching many features lately produced over a decade ago by former actress Jill Kelly and they have one thing in common: truly beautiful actresses on screen. But the quality is highly variable and this one is a loser.
Title is the riff on the Madonna/Rosanna Arquette hit of yore, but resemblance ends there. Tyler Faith stars as a woman in danger of losing her trust fund, but confusingly she plans to take the place of another lady named Tyler (who doesn't show up until late in the film). I found the minimal story quite confusing and it wasn't worth the trouble to play it over and try to sort out what the uncredited script left out.
Skye Blue, a director I admire and whose work keeps popping up endlessly in my survey of early 21st Century porn, is way too tame with this project which might have benefited from a dose of the kinkiness that was her specialty when teamed in Fetish Cinema with pal Summer Cummings. Even Bridgette Kerkove (name misspelled twice in the credits) is not doing any gonzo stuff, so we're left with tired sex scenes with the oddly named actress Felix Vicious scoring the highest marks in the arousal department.
By the time busty beauty Ashton Moore shows up as the original Tyler in the final reel, Skye's feature had me feeling blue. In the BTS short subject we see boss lady Jill Kelly on-set checking out the shoot, and it's a pity she wasn't pressed into service before the cameras to perk up the non-starter of a "story".
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