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Sudden Passions

Released: Nov 01st, 1998
Running Time: 82
Director: Matt Zane
Company: Zane Entertainment Group
Cast: Shayla LaVeaux, Kyle Stone (I), Shanna McCullough, Kristin, Erik Gregory, Christina Angel, Katie Gold, Stephanie Swift, Evan Skei, Johnni Black, Herschel Savage
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

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Push to couples seeking good humor

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Critical Rating: AAA

Shayla LaVeaux talks her husband, Kyle Stone, into not going to work so they can make love. He stays home, and they fuck. Suddenly all hell breaks loose. Dave Hardman in an alien costume runs into their bedroom, followed by Herschel Savage, Stephanie Swift, and Shanna McCullough. "What are you doing here?" Stone asks. There really isn't an answer, but what follow is one of the better comedies of the year, with several well-acted caricatures: the hapless husband (Stone), the pissy wife (LaVeaux), the demented neighbor (Savage) and several non-sex folk who knock on the door and either mooch beer or try to sell Stone cleaning products.

The other positive element is a pile of exceptional female physiques. Their front- and backsides are ripe and muscular, a pleasure to see. But without hot male equivalents to inspire the girls to the animal states we know and love, it's average heat at best.


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Christina Angel
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