Released: Feb 01st, 1995
Running Time: 76
Director: Jim Enright
Company: Wicked Pictures
Cast: Serenity, Emerald Estrada, Steve Justice, Tera Heart, Amanda Addams, Jonathan Morgan
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Among porn cognoscenti, Serenity has long ranked up there with Janine on the list of babes you've been longing to see in hot hetero action. Your prayers have been answered, and the results are worth waiting for!
Jonathan Morgan pens this clever adaptation of Albert Brooks' Defending Your Life, turning the "trial" into a lunatic gameshow competition for Serenity's soul between the Devil (J.B., who else?), and, for the opposition, Melanie Moore as the Archangel, with Jonathan the manic emcee. Scenes from Serenity's life are relived in flashback, as the contestants examine her record in Helping Influence Other People's lives, Sacrificing Your Needs For Others, and Who Truly Loves You?
Serenity influences our groin first in familiar fashion – a steamy girl/girler with an unidentified but very natural blonde. Serenity's co-workers, honeymooners Tony Tedeschi and Tera Heart (with newly enlarged breasts, somewhat unnatural) consummate their marriage in the office, thanks to Serenity doing their work. Tera takes Tony up the ass like greased lightning, suggesting a possible future career after Serenity gets them fired.
With the game tied up, both sides try to influence Jonathan Morgan by sending babes to seduce him. Both scenes are topnotch stuff. The devil's babe, brunette newcomer Emerald Estrada, is one of the best-looking girls to come along since Veronica Sage/Jewel. Slim, long-legged, with big round storebought boobs and a delectable ass, and cheekbones in the Janine class, she's a piece of work. When Jonathan withdraws from her tight pussy and plunges her ass, it's one of the best penetration shots in recent memory. Heavenly redheaded Amanda Addams doesn't take it up the ass (Although she has in other tapes), but she holds her own nonetheless.
Turns out that someone, namely her office assistant who sent her to her near-death (accidentally) in the first place, loves Serenity, and this is her ticket back to this earthly vale of dripping lube. This is certainly worth a celebration, and Serenity gives new stud Steve Justice the honor of copping her onscreen hetero cherry.
With a nice script, good performances, good sex, top packaging, and the marquee value of a first that fans have been waiting for, this should sail off the shelves.