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The Elixir

Released: Jun 01st, 1992
Running Time: 78
Director: Jack Stephen
Company: CDI Home Video
Cast: Barbi Doll, Joey Silvera, Steve Drake, T.T. Boy, Chelsea Rose, Melanie Moore
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AA 1/2

Everybody loves somebody sometime, and it all seems to be happening in a motel room in Fresno where a bunch of strangers pass a few moments of idle conversation and a few drops of body fluid among one another.

Melanie Moore plays a hooker, and she's getting to look more and more like actress Sally Kirkland with every feature I see her in. Melanie's scenes are with Steve Drake and T.T. Boy - the latter scene betraying an absolute obsession by the video cameraman with a reflected image in a vanity mirror.

Endomorphic Chelsea Rose is Drake's wife, and her only line to Joey Silvera (you need the Mt. Wilson Observatory to see his cum shot, by the way) describes being married to Drake as "kind of a drag." From that point on in the feature, it might have been kind of an interesting mental exercise to see how many song titles from the 1960s group The Buckinghams could have been worked into the dialogue, but since that didn't happen, you have a kind of average boy-meets-girl series of sex scenes. Nice box.


 

Related Content:

CDI Home Video
Barbi Doll
Joey Silvera
Steve Drake
T.T. Boy
Chelsea Rose
Melanie Moore
Jack Stephen

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