Released: Mar 01st, 1995
Running Time: 73
Director: F J Lincoln
Company: Cal Vista Video
Cast: Barbara Doll, Nick East, Marc Wallice, Lisa Ann, Nikole Lace, Melissa Monet
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
The folks at Metro seem to have really found the range; their slate of features is of uniformly fine quality, with the occasional fling into the exceptional. Whenever contract star Lisa Ann is present, there's a shot at the top rank. She's simply one of the best-looking women in the biz in recent years, as well as a solid actress and a steamy sex performer. Pair her with budding superstud Vince Vouyer, and with the intense sexuality of Melissa Monet, and you've got a winner.
There's a nice simple story here: Lisa Ann and her friend Melissa, with notary Nick East in two, come to get Vince's signature on the couple's final divorce decree, but he's taken a powder, in hope that Lisa will change her mind. It seems Lisa Ann doesn't really need Vince to look after her sexual needs, as she and Melissa share a hot tub girl/girler. Majordomo Marc Wallice's girl, Nikole Lace, sets her sights on Nick East. Ms. Lace and Mr. East do the nik-nik in a porch rocker, which looks quite uncomfortable, so they toss a rug down on the porch planks where Nikole plants Nick's plank up her rear passage. This pair then disappears, leaving Melissa to console Marc, in the vid's best scene. Melissa has a sensational natural body with an untrimmed pubic patch that soaks like a sponge. Her roll in the hay with the very effective Wallice (literally, as they screw atop haystacks) will make you itch in more ways than one. A nice touch of realism closes out the vid, as the luscious Lisa Ann and Vince share a double-pop coupling by firelight, but although they still love each other, they don't reconcile.
Just a couple of jarring notes here. Am I nuts, or does Fred Lincoln have a phobia for penetration shots of any kind? For me, p-shots are a payoff, in ways even more than cumshots, and they often go missing in the Lincoln oeuvre. My other quibble is that judging by the annoying electric piano score, the venerable Dr. Sammy Shears has been watching too many Saturday morning cartoons. Good packaging of a worthwhile little video, though.