Released: Jan 01st, 2002
Running Time: 96
Director: Brad Armstrong
Company: Wicked Pictures
Cast: Serenity, Sydnee Steele, Devinn Lane, Joel Lawrence, Stephanie Swift, Nikita Denise, Ian Daniels
Critical Rating: AAAA
If you have ever had a couple walk into the store, stock this.
After the opening scene, a nom-worthy barn-burner between Serenity and Ian Daniels, we meet Serenity's platonic roomie Joel Lawrence, who is summoned from his wank session/reverie about ex-girlfriend Nikita Denise for dog walking duty. As the story unfolds, it turns out that Lawrence and Serenity were meant for each other all along (come on, you saw that coming at "platonic roomie"), and after some trysting and jealousy by both - notably a Serenity/Stephanie Swift/Sydnee Steele/Devinn Lane Wicked Contract Girl orgy that turns into a one-on-one when Steele splits from the pack to get together with Lawrence - they catch on as well, and treat us to an at-last closing go-round.
Excellent videography by Jake Jacobs (pre-nom) - Serenity has never looked better - and direction by Armstrong, (pre-nom) who draws passionate performances from these veteran players. Couples will love the love-conquers-all/dream-deferred storyline. Well-done music, throughout, and outtakes, at the end, increase value as well.
A sure winner for couples, Serenity fans, and did I mention couples?