Released: Aug 01st, 1995
Running Time: 82
Director: Jim Holliday
Company: Plush Entertainment
Cast: Keisha (I), Mike Horner, Tammi Ann, Steve Drake, Angela Summers, Shayla LaVeaux, Marc Wallice, Debi Diamond, Kaylan Nicole, Alexis DeVell, Nick East
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Let's face it: if there were no other reasons to buy this feature, wouldn't the appearance of the now-little-seen Shayla LaVeaux, Alexis DeVell, Angela Summers and Keisha be enough? How about the voracious Debi Diamond in three—count 'em, three—scenes (out of eight altogether)? How about, since this was shot quite a few months ago, one of Tammi Ann's first appearances, when she wasn't quite as thin as she is now? (Amazing what a couple of pounds can do.)
While there isn't a bad sex scene in the bunch, I kept looking for something that would push this feature over the AAAA barrier. It certainly isn't the plot, which starts out promisingly with T.T. Boy and Marc Wallice as the Munteen brothers, trying to muscle in one a piece of Alexis DeVell's candy factory, then quickly fades away after the boy's confrontation with Alexis—and Wallice's hot scene with Keisha, who really looks like she's into the sex. There's also some silliness about "the man in white" (Holliday), who's some sort of universal "fixer," and a fire inspector (Ron Jeremy), but if you ignore it, it goes away.
Maybe it's the fact that both of Debi Diamond's girl/girl scenes, first with Kaylan, then with Angela, involve the gals sticking their toes in Debi's pussy – plus dildos and strap-ons and lots of baby oil. (Her cowgirl bump with Nick East is nothing to sneeze at, either.)
But for my money, the best scene has Tammi Ann sucking Nick East's lollypop on one end, and Steve Drake plowing her cotton candy on the other. The scene ends with a double facial, and in between is one of Tammi's best scenes ever.
Runner-up for the top spot is Shayla's opener with T.T. Boy, with the lady sucking hard on his peppermint stick 'til he sticks it in her doggie door and eventually shoots on her pussy and tits.
All of the above, coupled with Holliday's track record on tape sales, means retailers should stock up and watch the profits roll in.