Released: Nov 01st, 1994
Running Time: 80
Director: Scotty Fox
Company: Legend Video
Cast: Kaylan Nicole, J.B. (I), Steve Drake, Kylie Ireland, Mark Davis, Amanda Rae, Sindee Cox, Yvonne (I), Jasmine Aloha
Critical Rating: AAA
If the aforementioned legend refers to Scotty Fox's disenchantment with the jizz-biss (this is about the umpteenth recycling of the Cash Markman/Fox peeve), then the legend certainly does continue. And, with it, expect the usual laundry list of jokes, inferences of bribes, payoffs, and industry digs which scripster Markman manages to dust off, unapologetically, from his adult industry one-liner dossier.
What gives this features its oomph is a great-looking cast, nice sets and a polite acquiescence to technical know-how. The sex, in general, is decent, but the scenes appear to take the path of least resistance and offer very standard angles with no penetration shots.
Steve Drake plays a porn producer whose burning desire is to get his ingenue, Candy Lickstein (Kylie Ireland), on the cover of Erotic Video News. EVN's publisher is a portly schlub named Roger Siskel (J.B.) who's regularly bribed with blow jobs (alleged) and trips to the Bahamas. Siskel's entrance into the story sets the stage for a pairing off between bimbettes Sindee Cox and Kaylan Nicole, that's nice, but not really nasty. Lickstein, as it turns out, is Siskel's philandering, no-account wife. This certainly puts the squelch on the business deal but not on a strip club-staged threesome involving Ireland, Alex Sanders and (minimal participation from) Mark Davis who seems to be saving his strength for his follow-up scene with Yvonne. Nice overhead camera shots follow the action on the Yvonne/Davis pairing which plays out as one more contrived "inside look at the business."
Siskel's resulting disenchantment and drunken stupor sets up the fourth facial of the vid when Alex Sanders pops one on Kaylan Nicole.
The face shots are bountiful, the blondes are babes, the guys stay hard, but the jokes limp into the old folks home. The "Legend" series is a good one to stock depending how many reenactments of Scotty Fox's angst one can handle.