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Released: Jan 01st, 2003
Running Time: 138
Director: Veronica Hart
Company: VCA Pictures
Cast: Frank (I), Wit Maverick, Ginger Lynn, Mickey G., Ashlyn Gere, Two-Kae, George Kaplan, Hamilton Steele, Sondra Hall, Randy Spears, Jacob (I), Chennin Blanc, Nikita Denise, Alex Foxe, Glenn, Kelly Steele, Cheyne Collins, Cherie, Sharon Kane
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Ginger Lynn fans will adore this and couples will have fun.
AVN Hall of Famer Ginger Lynn is the kind of adult legend who takes your breath away just standing next to her, let alone seeing her fuck some lucky bastard on camera. It makes sense in a way therefore, that she would appear in this knock-off of the 1950 mainstream classic Sunset Boulevard with one of its many famous lines being, "I am big. It’s the pictures that got small.” She outright defies that logic here, making this parody shine.
Lynn is Bill Holden’s character here — a writer with a block and huge financial/life woes. She gets rejected by her editor Randy Spears when she makes romantic overtures. She even seduces repo guy Tyce Buné into agreeing not to take her car. Bune has a cheerleader fetish, and she dresses up like one, including her hair in pigtails, and they share a great, hot fuck in the backseat of her car, her ass bouncing firmly as he pounds her in doggie.
He ditches her along the side of the road, and she ends up at a mansion looking to call a cab. Inside, in the Norma Desmond role, is diva porn star Jamie Gillis with his assistant Sharon Kane. Lynn recognizes him as Bruce Barton, the adult star, and when he finds out she is a writer, he asks her to help with his autobiography.
Soon she is asked by Kane to dress in '80s aerobics garb and watch old porn flicks of Gillis'. Playing Gillis in one of these old films is Mickey G. who does an amazing, hot threeway with sexual athletes Nikita Denise and Sondra Hall in a scene that is made to look like it is an aged '80s flick without it being distracting in the effect. The girls are costumed a la Olivia Newton-John’s "Physical" days and Denise takes cock with her ass with her usual verve.
Gillis is ready to make his comeback, but is deluded in his self-importance. Lynn takes a break from this and slips out to see Spears’ fiancée, Ashlyn Gere, for help with her own book. Lynn describes a steamy section and Gere uses her pent-up feeling on Spears. Gere takes him in her pussy in a gorgeous doggie.
Lynn goes back to the manse and gets herself off alone in her room. She jills off, fingering her twat and ass beautifully. Gillis spies on part of this and freaks out when she makes some cuts and edits to his flick.
Lynn sneaks off again and meets up with Gere and the two engage in some toy play, starting with Gere taking a vibe in her pussy and Lynn taking a large horse tail plug in her ass. Lynn gets fucked with the plug before the two decide on a double-headed dong. Gere tongues Lynn to an orgasm before the two take the dong for a spin.
Upon her return to the mansion, she is confronted by a crazed Gillis. She refuses to tell him where she was, and Gillis backs down. From there, Lynn takes a unethical turn, revealing that Gere is cheating on him without mentioning that she is Gere’s partner and seducing Spears. In the film’s hottest scene by far, Spears pounds her hard and they are both left gasping by the fuck. They are discovered by Gere, Gillis and Kane, and things unravel, and Lynn is killed by Gillis as she tried to leave.
This is a story couples will enjoy and that fans of the stars will be grateful to have. Pre-noms to Lynn for Best Actress — Film for making her role sparkle, Gillis for Best Non-Sex Role, Best Couples Sex Scene to Bune and Lynn, Best Group Sex Scene — Film to Denise, Hall and G., Best Solo Sex Scene to Lynn and Best Girl/Girl Scene to Gere and Lynn. Nods for Best Director — Film to Veronica Hart for a fun night out, Best Editing to Al Dente and Hart, Best Cinematography to Baz, Early Chaos and Jake Jacobs, and Best Screenplay to Percy Rock.