Released: Jun 01st, 2002
Running Time: 90
Director: Veronica Hart
Company: VCA Pictures
Cast: Billy Glide, Cheyne Collins, Ian Daniels, Bronze, Michele Raven, Joey Ray, Julie Meadows, Dale DaBone, Dillion Day, Brick Majors, Brooke Hunter, Anita Cannibal
Critical Rating: AAAA
A classic fantasy for couples of all ages.
A Cinderella parody was ripe for a shot from couples-friendly director Veronica Hart... and voilà: Success!
The titular heroine is played by Julie Meadows, but in a twist, her stepsister is also a stepdaughter... and no wonder; the very beautiful but bronze-looking Bronze is not exactly a color match for fair-skinned mom Brooke Hunter.
And speaking of Hunter, this is a role she was born to play, and she does it so well, with just the proper "upper class" lilt in her voice, she's earned a pre-nom for Best Supporting Actress - Video.
To begin, the husband-hunting Hunter is worried that Bronze may be too sexually inexperienced to please the prince (Dale DaBone) at the grand ball, so she enlists the aid of peasants Brick Majors and Billy Glide for some hot side-by-side doggie and mish on the couch. (Believe it: Bronze will have no problem in this area.)
After a decent solo, Meadows meets her Fairy Godfather, well-played by Joey Ray (doing what appears to be an Andrew "Dice" Clay impression), who transforms a couple of mice into Cheyne Collins and Dillion Day just in time for a fourway that includes some nice anal action and a d.p. (Why they included a laugh track here is a mystery. Ray is reasonably funny; the fake laughs make him seem less so.)
Of course, a XXX Cinderella would never settle for something so mundane as a lost slipper. No, DaBone puts his lieutenant, Ian Daniels, on the search for the perfect blowjob, since his got interrupted at midnight... and that, of course, means lots of nookie for Daniels. In fact, all three Rellas get a taste, including a face-to-face standing fuck for mom, anal doggie for Bronze, and the prince-winning b.j. from Meadows. (Meanwhile, one might note, DaBone has essayed a decent threeway with Anita Cannibal and Michele Raven.)
The big blow-off, of course, is the wedding, which is held outdoors on a mountaintop, where Meadows proves not only her b.j. prowess but also some highly energizing hip movements in reverse cowgirl and doggie.
Kudos to Hart for a fine retelling of the fable, and a pre-nom to the art director for doing one hell of a job on costumes and scenery.