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The Scope

Released: Jul 01st, 1997
Running Time: 84
Director: Ralph Parfait
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Sindee Coxx, Marc Wallice, Nina Hartley, Madelyn Knight, Kimberly Kummings, Sharon Kane
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Genre: Film

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Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated

One of the best things about The Scope, a sexy sci-fi-themed film from director extraordinaire Ralph Parfait, is how it plays with the concept of time.

Marc Wallice moves into a lovely hilltop apartment owned by pal Ron Jeremy, who warns, Wallice not to look through the telescope he'll find there. Needless to say, Wallice takes the bait, and sees Madelyn Knight stripping, stretching and having sex with an unseen partner. Strangely, however, when Wallice's girlfriend Sindee Coxx looks, all she sees is the lovely San Fernando Valley.

Turns out that the telescope is an eyepiece into the future... and with repeated watchings, Wallice discovers that the guy for whom Knight is putting out hotly and heavily is none other than himself!

Coxx decides to distract Wallice from his voyeuristic pleasures, and she's just the gal to do it. A hot cowgirl romp, which prompts Coxx to a basket of giggles, leads to a hotter mish and a load to her tits. Coxx is obviously really into the role, and it shows.

Hotter still, however is Wallice's "real life" (as opposed) to "future vision") groin-grinder with Knight. After that sexy striptease, this time shown from another angle, the two lick and suck each other's crotch-candy, then progress from reverse cowgirl to doggie pounding to side-saddle action. Knight has never been better, and it's likely that Parfait's direction helped. After all that erotic exercise, the spunk shot to her stomach seems somehow anti-climactic.

Trouble is, Jeremy's telescope has become a real addiction for Wallice. He just can't resist peering into the future... only this time, it shows his new girlfriend taking on both Nina Hartley and Steve Drake in a double lick session (Drake on Knight on Hartley). A moment later, Knight is on all fours, taking Drake from the rear (no anal, though), then rolls over for some missionary music-making.

The twist, however, is that the scene would never have happened if Wallice hadn't dumped Knight based on what he saw in the telescope... so give a pre-nom scripting nod to A.J. Barber for this and several other conceptual surprises. We'll also want to remember both Parfait and Guillermo Brown at pre-nom time for some excellent cinematography. Like, for instance, the following scene between Knight and galpal Sharon Kane. While the pair are kissing and fingering each other on a chaise at an outdoor restaurant, we're watching the action as framed by lovers Hartley and Drake. The couple hold hands, and little appears to engage in a litttle unseen salami sucking while Kane and Knight get it on in the background. The sitar music which plays as Kane licks and sucks Knight's ample tits is a nice touch... and even nicer as the ladies taste each other's pussy. Knight says she needs the release Kane gives her, so Kane suggests another liaison; how about with the couple at that table right over there?

But Wallice still can't resist his Twilight Zone-ish foray into the future. This time, the 'scope reveals a long, multi-positional b.j. from a lovely brunette (Kimberly Kummings). Cowgirl begets horsie, which begets anal mish as Wallice decides he's found the new love of his life... until he discovers who she really is!

The Scope is a class act from beginning to end, and though Wallice overacts a bit, the action is so tight that you'll only groan a little. Just try to think of this as in the running for a Best Film nomination, and sell the hell out of it to the couples crowd. They'll thank you.


 

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Vivid Entertainment Group
Sindee Coxx
Marc Wallice
Nina Hartley
Madelyn Knight
Kimberly Kummings
Sharon Kane
Ralph Parfait

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