Released: Feb 01st, 1992
Running Time: 77
Director: Gordon van der Meer
Company: VCA Platinum
Cast: Peter North, Rustie Rhodes, Johnny (I), Nikki Wilde, Missy (I), Taylor Wane, Trinity Loren, Tom Chapman
Critical Rating: AAA
Theresa (Missy Warner) and Greg (Tom Chapman) have had a lover's spat and their engagement is off. Missy wanted Tom to sign a pre-nuptial agreement, which is kind of interesting because Chapman is supposed to be one of the world's most eligible bachelors. You'd think it would be the other way around. Besides, Chapman's been kicked out of his own house. Someone had better talk to this boy about negotiations and contracts.
The Chapman/Missy breakup is wreaking havoc with the catering service headed by Trinity Loren. But not to worry, Trinity tells Peter North who's baking the wedding cake. This is the third time it's happened, and things will work out. Does someone smell the old jealousy ploy, likewise, baking in the oven to get the bride and groom-to-be back together?
The subsequent revenge fucks are all satisfactorily executed scenes with the Taylor Wane/Chapman pairing illustratingTaylor's lithe sexual prowess. Taylor, who's supposed to be a society reporter covering the wedding, also does an able job of coveringNikki Wilde in an explosive girl-girl scene. Not one to let grass grow under his feet, Chapman also does Rustie Rhodes who's willing to offer him consolation in his moments of grief.
A decent outing by director Van Der Meer who returns to the adult scene after a hiatus.