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Released: Sep 01st, 1994
Running Time: 75
Director: F J Lincoln
Company: Cal Vista Video
Cast: Kristina West, Nick East, Randy West, Steffi (I), Kylie Ireland, Marc Wallice, Woody Long, Tom Byron, Trinity Lane, Celeste (I)
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
A millionaire bordering on terminal geezerhood lays in a coma, and the idea is to find a beautiful nurse whose succulent, nubile body will be enough for him to discover first hand if there really is a tunnel filled with white light.
This concept for Sexy Nurses 2, of course, is as dated as an old Ursula Andress Italian movie with the same plot, but it works entertainingly here, thanks to a cosmetically viable cast and an equal-opportunity script that gingerly tap dances around its many participants and gets all the players into the game. You'll also notice that all of the nurses happen to be blondes, beginning with gorgeous Kylie Ireland, whose ministrations to her patient are interrupted by Marc Wallice, who wraps her up sidesaddle as the comatose patient sneaks a feel of her tits. Funny bit.
We discover that Woody Long is working the nurse scam, and what Woody's relation is to any one in this video is a symposium topic. Celeste takes a crack dishing out the charm to the old codger, but maid Steffi informs her that she is the legal Mrs. and is running a scam of her own in order to fuck the nurses, prompting, of, course, a bathroom tryst with Celeste.
Cops Tom Byron and Nick East try to sweat a confession out of nurse Trinity Lane, who cops a plea in her butt-hole, and Byron gets field position during a nice d.p. scene. Randy West, I believe, is supposed to be the scion of privilege in this naked body relay, but when nurse Kristina West says to him, "I'm confused," you'll side with her feelings. Nevertheless West gets to butt fuck his namesake in a gazebo.
Entertaining couples' fare with a pristine picture, but audio malaise throughout needs medical attention of its own.