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Angel Eyes

Released: Jun 01st, 1999
Running Time: 85
Director: Michael Raven
Company: Sin City Ultra
Cast: Jill Kelly, Julie Meadows, John Decker, T.T. Boy, Eric Price, Stephanie Swift, Jennifer Leigh, Blair LaFemme
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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SYNOPSIS

This vid has couples written all over it; a great venue for introducing the idea of spicier sex into a relationship.

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Stephanie Swift and John Decker play a sexually frustrated husband and wife looking for love in that '90s sort of way —on the Internet. They each have a special chat buddy with whom some cyber-sin takes place.

The storyline is a bit contrived, ending with the two discovering that they were, in fact, chatting with each other. True love at its Piña Colada-est! The hottest scene features Stephanie fantasizing about her computer stud (in the personal of T.T. Boy); it's filled with a romantic urgency that ends with T.T. shooting his wad out of a (yikes) broken condom all over Stephanie —and surely the wall behind her.

Angel Eyes is shot reasonably well, and has a gret score. The brightly-colored box cover with fabulous pics of Stephanie and interesting graphics is definitely striking.


 

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Sin City Ultra
Jill Kelly
Julie Meadows
John Decker
T.T. Boy
Eric Price
Stephanie Swift
Jennifer Leigh
Blair LaFemme
Michael Raven

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