Released: Oct 01st, 1995
Running Time: 90
Director: Toni English
Company: Wave Film
Cast: Tom Byron, Jessica James, Felecia, Nikole Lace, Steven St. Croix, Debi Diamond, Tony Tedeschi, Melissa Hill
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
While everybody knows that Tony Tedeschi can act (and fuck), who knew that Melissa Hill could act as well as she fucks? It's true -- and can you say "award nomination?" This latest Toni English film has a king of Desperately Seeking Susan feel to it, complete with an original soundtrack provided by the Padded Cell-Band.
It all begins at a tattoo parlor run by E.Z. Ryder. Melissa's getting a "heart-shaped tattoo" on her chest, when reluctant groom-to-be Tony Tedeschi and friends arrive. Melissa and Tony end up with each other's jackets - each one having something of great value tucked in a pocket. His secret is his wife-to-be's wedding ring, and hers is a key to a locker containing a gangster's money.
The exquisite production values (including sets, lighting, camera work and sound), in combination with top-notch acting and very hot sex, makes this entire film nominations-worthy. Deserving of special mention: Debi Diamond's devouring of T.T. Boy in a bus station men's room and their subsequent pounding sitting mish on the commode, ending with an exploding facial. Equally hot is Melissa and Tony's backseat tryst. It's short on time, but long on eroticism.
Start to finish, top to bottom, any way you look at it, this film delivers. Order fast and furious, cause this one's guaranteed to be a chart topper.