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Released: Dec 01st, 1998
Running Time: 85
Director: Toni English
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Roxanne Hall, Jogn Decker, Michael J. Cox, James Bonn, Nick East, Johnni Black, Tia Bella
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

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The best potential market for this one is the one for which it was obviously made--the couples market.

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Critical Rating: AAA

Tia Bella is a call girl who, after a threesome with pimp Marc Wallice and fellow working girl Johnni Black, is sent off to a dinner party to pose as host James Bonn's fiancee. Meanwhile, Black heads off to a totally unconnected romp with Michael J. Cox, who for some reason is made up in kabuki-like face paint.

Bella shows up for the party looking like a hooker, and Cox blows his top, beginning what will prove a long evening of nasty behavior on his part. It seems he actually called an escort service looking for an escort. Imagine.

As the evening progresses, John Decker fucks Roxanne Hall, and Bella does Nick East and eventually Bonn as well.

On the dramatic end, the best that can be said for this production is that its script thoroughly deserves the thespian treatment it receives at the hands of the cast. Sexually, the sole moment of anything approaching real heat comes in the wrap-up Bella/Bonn pairing during which the mouth-watering Bella slips a finger into her butt up to the first knuckle.


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