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Exxxtra Exxxtra

Released: Jan 04th, 2008
Running Time: 106 Min.
Director: Jennifer James
Cast: James Bartholet, James Deen, Lexi Love, Nick Manning, Rachel Roxxx, Audrey Hollander, Kurt Lockwood, Sunny Lane, Kelly Wells, Nikki Benz
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Kurt Lockwood and Sunny Lane co-anchor "Exxxtra Exxxtra," a hardcore celebrity gossip program that puppy dogs after such "Bad Girls of Hollywood" as Paris Hyatt, Lindsey Loin, Britney Tears and Shana Oakler, capturing their carnal antics for the prurient pleasure of their fans and detractors.

Problem is, Lane just isn't sexy enough. So, her nervous stage director Russ (who is repeatedly called "Brad") tells her to get something saucy going or get another job.

Lane is unusually frumpy and awkward in front of the camera, but, as expected, ultimately pulls it together and even manages to fulfill her fantasies about co-star Lockwood.

Although not exactly satire sharp enough to cut a wrist on, this fluffy comedy, shot in HD, provides enough light chuckles to keep customer's attention and enough non-gloppy sex to titillate both men and women.

Retailing: Light-weight laughs for those seeking a touch of plot.

- Darklady


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James Bartholet
James Deen
Lexi Love
Nick Manning
Rachel Roxxx
Audrey Hollander
Kurt Lockwood
Sunny Lane
Kelly Wells
Nikki Benz
Jennifer James


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