Released: Jul 01st, 2000
Running Time: 146,130
Director: Ed Powers
Company: Ed Powers
Distribution Companies: 4 Play
Cast: Angel Angelino, Ed Powers, Mattie, Skylar (I), China Doll, Rob (I), Crystal (I)
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
The debs in these latest offerings display those exceptional stylistic attributes, in body or soul, that keep fans running back to the faucet every week.
That Ed puts out what seems like two volumes of this product per week is mind numbing. That he maintains a modicum of quality throughout the series is somewhat exceptional, and must be attributed in part to his directorial shrewdness - if not his personal hygiene. In case anyone's wondering, 124 and 125 are better than par-for-the-course Ed. Some of these young creatures command the stage like divas-in-training, showing off and expressing their points of view on different worldly topics as if they had been called up for The Charlie Rose Show and walked onto the wrong set.
Amanda, the star of 125, is a Susan Sarandon look-alike. Exaggerated but effective orgasmatics. The frontrunner in 124 is another nervous and talkative young runaway assuming the alias Angel. Pierced and punky, her body reeks of decadent sexuality like an Egon Schiele drawing come to life.