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Released: Apr 01st, 1995
Running Time: 74
Director: W Bosley DeLongprez
Company: Legend Home Video
Cast: Tess Newheart, Jake Williams, Kylie Ireland, Kaitlyn Ashley, Kelly Royce, Jonathan Morgan
Critical Rating: AAA
An early appearance by 1995 Starlet Of The Year Kylie Ireland (then brunette) and some solid sexual liaisons will put this vid on your "wanna see" list, but since a few initial penetration shots – and even a crucial pop shot – go A.W.O.L., Provocative fails to reach the promise that its title implies. Nevertheless, it's good to see that staple DeLongprex character, cop Eddie Brillo (Jake Williams) in action again.
Practically chained to his desk by paperwork, Eddie gets a chance to jump back in the harness when a distraught Jonathan Morgan arrives. Plea=ding (make that whimpering – a Morgan specialty) for help in locating his missing girlfriend Kylie, Brillo attacks the case like the laconic pit bull that he is – but not before a quickie in the pokey with Kelly Royce, who delivers more than just sandwiches to this precinct. Brillo's glad to see her and that ain't a Magnum .357 in his pocket, either. Slipping his joint between the cell bars, she orally polishes his pistol, and a few clips later they're enjoying a conjugal conversation on the cot.
A flashback to Kylie's days as bathing beauty/pin-up girl (under the watchful lens of sleazy shutterbug Alex "Tri-X" Sanders) sets the scene for a flashbulb-popping tease sequence which results in the kind of overexposure that ought to fog a few lenses at home. Still exuding his patented cloying whine, Morgan seems to et mercy fucked at every turn. (Only in the movies, class.) In separate sessions, he wets the noodle with Royce (nice desktop upside-down b.j.) and model Kaitlyn Ashley; the latter encounter generating heat as she wiggles on his worm in the cowgirl position. Less can be said for Tess Newheart, a rail-thin performer with a talent for DeLongprez one-liners the way Bob Dole has a zest for public charisma. The way she corners Williams into a reluctant clench bears more resemblance to a pet funeral than the doggie position, but Brillo's got staying power – hopefully another sequel will reveal it.