Released: Jun 01st, 2002
Running Time: 98
Director: Nicholas Steele
Company: Ultimate Pictures
Distribution Companies: Adam & Eve Pictures
Cast: Kennedy, Zana, Nikki Fairchild, Dominica Leoni, Tawny Roberts, Ricky (I), Randy Spears, Julian (I), Julian (II), Jody Moore, Majella, Lee Stone
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Couples are the target.
Photogenic doesn't so much have a plot as a plot device: An old photo booth such as one might find in a mall - except this one has magical powers. Whoever sits in it - in fact, whoever merely approaches it - has his or her sexual fantasy fulfilled... and gets a photo strip of the experience to boot! (Actually, there may also be a second plot device - a clock that perpetually reads 12:12 and chimes at that time - but it's unlikely that anyone will be able to figure out what, if anything, it means.)
In any case, it's all pretty much straight sex after that. Booth owner Randy Spears gets to relive a rendezvous (horsie, reverse cowgirl) with ex-girlfriend Nikki Fairchild on an old boat; would-be booth thief Tawny Roberts shares reverse cowgirl and doggie with Spears' brother Ricky in the pool; and maid Zana imagines stud Julian undressing her and plunging her ass two ways in the living room.
Roberts gets her own "Sheena" fantasy in a jungle setting with Majella, but it's just a short lick session. Similarly, what looks like a threeway with Dominica Leoni and Kennedy blowing Lee Stone quickly becomes a doggie and reverse cowgirl coupling after Kennedy mysteriously disappears from the action.
Finally, Spears gets his dearest wish when the booth transports him to dead wife Jody Moore, who rides his cock, then brings him to orgasm with her feet.
All in all, Photogenic is a very pretty, virtually plotless production that delivers good if not exceptional heat.