Released: Sep 01st, 2002
Running Time: 80
Director: Cleo Edwards
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Anton Michael, Pat Myne, Chris Cannon, Briana Banks, DELETED AnnMarie, Brittany Skye, Mickey G., Chloe Dior, Cheyenne Silver, Catalina (I)
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Push to Briana Banks fans.
Not to be confused with the '60s Russ Meyer classic, this vid stars Anton Michael as a prisoner who's been framed for murder by sociopath Briana Banks. Swapping stories with overly friendly cellmate Mickey G ("I'm so bored I could rape you"), Michael recounts his tale of woe. Cut to the obligatory bar pickup scene, in which panty-flashing Banks pairs off with our hero for the price of a cheap Scotch.
Banks and Michael share one of the vid's better scenes, consummating their relationship on a balustrade. Banks coaxes her lover into ejaculating in a wine glass; she later plants the spent load in the rectum of a dead man, leading to Michael's arrest and incarceration.
Mickey G's story is even more unwholesome. He appears in full clown regalia (all the way down to the floppy shoes), porking the local District Attorney's wife (AnnMarie). It's okay. Less interesting is jailhouse crack whore Catalina, who does her usual glazed-eyed take-in-the-ass routine.
Banks shows up to visit Michael in prison, gloating over her handiwork. When she boasts of her ability to get away with anything, he challenges her to spring him from jail. Banks promptly accomplishes this feat in the tape's standout, as she seduces the local judge (Pat Myne) and his wife (Chloe Dior). And the ending's got enough of a twist to please story-fiends.