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Released: Aug 01st, 1995
Running Time: 120
Director: Akira Honda
Company: LBO Entertainment
Cast: Tera Heart, Marc Wallice, Chanel (I), Kaitlyn Ashley, Melissa Monet, Steve Austin, Jonathan Morgan
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
This excessively melodramatic feature has the makings of a really good bad movie, and should appeal to anyone who's a fan of daytime soap operas or the Ed Wood oeuvre. The acting is over-dramatic, the dialogue is so maudlin it drips, and the organ-laden soundtrack is right out of a '50s potboiler. The only problem is that director Akira Honda doesn't let the audience know he's in on the kitsch until the very end, when the theatrics finally reach a crescendo of self-mockery. Before that, you're never really sure that this isn't just an extraordinary example of bad directing.
Two plot lines run consecutively. Jonathan Morgan plays a government agent trying to track down a mad bomber while working out his personal problems with longtime girlfriend Kaitlyn Ashley.
Sexually, Ashley commands this video, turning in three magnificent scenes. She displays great deep throating technique on Morgan in their all-nude opening scene; gives a mouth-watering blowjob to Steve Austin in a segment that, refreshingly, begins and ends with this one sex act; and finally, gets it on with Marc Wallice in a manic mish that ends with her taking a faceful of cum and actually swallowing some of it. Melissa Monet's and Chanel's Sapphic boogie, set in time to some very cool dance music, is also worth tuning in for.
The boxcover's a little busy and doesn't show Ashley off to full advantage. But stock this tape anyway, and strongly recommend it to Ashley fans and to anyone who enjoys kitschy porn. (P.S. – Keep an eye out for the outtake scenes at the end of the vid.)