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Enchantment

Released: May 01st, 2003
Running Time: 100
Company: Adam & Eve Pictures
Distribution Companies: Ultimate
Cast: Mary Carey, Anthony Hardwood, Casey Pink, Sondra Hall, Randy Spears, Steven St. Croix, Lezley Zen, Chris Cannon, Manuel Ferrara, Crissy, Jake (I)
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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A solid couples offering.

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

This porno remake of Practical Magic stars Sondra Hall as the good sister and Lezley Zen as the bad sister. They inherit their grandmother's spell book, her house, and her troubles with the IRS. Zen starts cooking up some love potions to slip into bank officers' tea and peddle to the neighbors. She also schemes to get her sister in bed with the family accountant, Randy Spears.

Shot in high-definition digital, the video certainly looks sumptuous, from the performers to the sets. Plot-wise, it peters out about halfway through. And alas, sometimes the camera angles are too obviously set up to accommodate the hotel edit. But it's still a solid couples' choice - especially for the decadent opener with Zen emerging from a harem-like bath to play with her boy toys Manuel Ferrara and Anthony Hardwood.


 

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Ultimate
Adam & Eve Pictures
Mary Carey
Anthony Hardwood
Casey Pink
Sondra Hall
Randy Spears
Steven St. Croix
Lezley Zen
Chris Cannon
Manuel Ferrara
Crissy
Jake (I)

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