Released: Jul 01st, 1993
Running Time: 72, 69
Director: Paul Thomas
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Summer Knight, Lacy Rose, Janine Lindemulder, Jessica Fox (I), Tim Lake, Tony Tedeschi, Tiffany Mynx, Alex Jordan, Nick Rage
Critical Rating: AAAA 1/2
For those of you who refuse to believe in perfection, don't worry: 1) Janine has two beauty marks, one near her butt, and one on her right thigh; 2) there is a hint of a freckle or two in her magnificent cleavage; and 3) she still only makes love to women in these films. Despite these "short-comings", Janine is still the most gorgeous woman in adult film today, and maybe ever. Blonde Justice overcomes the predictability inherent to the stripper-in-danger genre to score as a steeped-in-sex atmosphere piece, with a fabulous marketing campaign and box covers to support these sexual masterpieces.
Janine plays Dominique, the prima donna star stripper whose hauteur is honed even sharper by the strain of threatening letters, and the premonitory dreams they evoke. The smoky, seedy club and the backstage attitudes and antics are convincingly portrayed. The trio of managers includes horny Tony Tedeschi, burnout case P.T., and protective boyfriend Nick Rage, who turns out to be Janine's stalker. Why give it away? Well, the film does itself, in the first minute of screen time, and several times subsequently. There are no surprises in the set-up, in cop Alex Jordan's independent investigation, nor in Part 2's denouement – the point is the atmosphere and the sex, not the standard, though well-scripted, story. The former is enhanced by the dancing and stripping skills of the players, especially Jessica Fox and Janine herself, and as for the sex, there's no shortage of standout scenes.
As hot as the onstage action gets, the backstage couplings are flaming. Tony Tedeschi laves Tiffany Mynx's lubes on the back stairs – great lighting – and in the dressing room, where Jessica Fox joins in for a hot three-way. Alex Jordan's verbal seduction of boyfriend Tim Lake turns into a killer staircase sex bout, and she then holds her own when plunged into the sex-charged world of the strip club, scoring in scenes with Tony Tedeschi, and, most notably, with Janine, who also sizzles Sapphically with Lacy Rose and Summer Knight. We can only hope that the otherwise delightfully uninhibited Janine will soon take the heterosexual plunge; even if not, she's not to be missed, nor is the steamy Blonde Justice. Admittedly, we haven't specified in this review which scenes appear in which part, that's only because you'll have to rent both parts of this scorcher to get the full effect. Superb packaging will help, and what's inside the wrapper will please even jaded viewers.