Released: Mar 01st, 2007
Running Time: 100
Director: Glen Baren
Cast: Kris Knight, Phoebe (I), T.J. Cummings, Tony Tedeschi, Sasha Knox, Lexi Belle, Aubrey Banks, Brian Surewood, Andrew Andretti, Cassie Young
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
"Hey-Hey-Hey!" goes the theme song – and we're singing right along with it. The crucial Kick Ass philosophy – all natural/all nekkid – is defined by Teen Power, which stimulates the senses like fresh wasabe on a California roll.
It's not the intensity of these encounters that make us break out in a sweat. (Hell, nobody on screen even works up a sweat.) It's babes, fresh babes. That's the ticket. TP is almost unrivaled in that area, and the 18th volume is no exception. Cassie Young, in particular, reminds us of Debbie Diamond in her salad days, dripping with Kris Knight's dressing. And while Surewood looks more like Captain Jack Sparrow than a Nascar racer, the way he rotates Belle's wheels is a joy to behold.
Two words regarding scenarios: Chuck ?em. Rarely clever or well executed, these wasted efforts have no place in the WTW category. Just bring on more teens. Hey-Hey-Hey!
Retailing: Youth/fresh faces.