Released: Aug 01st, 1994
Running Time: 87
Director: W Bosley DeLongprez
Company: Pepper Productions
Cast: Tianna Taylor, Wendy Whoppers, Frank Towers, Jake Williams, Isis Nile, Jon Dough, Diva, Jonathan Morgan
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
I think enough people know by now that the director of the Wendy series is actually Mitch Spinelli, hiding behind the pseudonym of the scripter — and in this case, for good reason. There's some very funny dialogue here — what I could understand of it, due to the very "blurry" sound — but it's been deep-sixed by lackluster sexual performances and the actors' general lack of understanding of what's going on. Why else would the opening scene feature a character who's UFO watching in Siberia without even trying for a Russian accent till he opens a letter that reminds him of who his character is supposed to be? That sort of faux pas carries through the entire picture — so let's talk about the sex instead.
Wendy, I'm sorry to report, mostly lays there like a lox during her scenes with space alien Jon Dough and KGB renegade Jake Williams, though the second coupling is a little hotter than the first. (Could be something to do with watching those mammoth bazongas waving in the breeze in the cowgirl position.)
The best sex to be seen is in fact the opener, where Tianna Taylor (doing a really good accent), seduces UFO watcher Frank Towers. Tianna's a regular love doll and here delivers one of her all-time best performances as she climbs all over Towers. Also noteworthy is Diva's seduction of scientist Jonathan Morgan, which begins with each undressing the other and finishes with a creamy shot to her tits.
If there's one thing I've learned from the Wendy videos, it's that it takes a hell of a lot of talent to be a believable bimbo, and even more for a gal with a great body to be a believable intellectual. Trouble is, I learned these things by bad example. Market this entry with others in the series.