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The Devil Made Her Do It

Released: Nov 01st, 1992
Running Time: 81
Director: Jim Enright
Company: Hollywood Video
Cast: Meekah, Melanie Moore, Moana Lisa, Brittany (I), Marc Wallice, Sierra (I), Tom Byron, Sean Michaels
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Marc Wallice is in charge of admissions while God (played by Brittany in a nonsex role) takes a two-week golf vacation. Wallice debates who to send up or down, aided by viewing them on videotape. The Cash Markman script is a witty gem that shines with sensuality and social commentary, especially in the bouts between politician Richard Hall, aka "Tricky Dick" (wonderfully played by Tom Byron in a Southern drawl), as he takes on Moana Lisa and later, in a triad with Meekah and Melanie Moore. Ditto for TV programmer Moore and televangelist Sean Michaels. It's obvious in the eye contact and serpentine movements that these two LOVE working with each other. Double ditto for Lisa and Byron. Scenes like these make porn a joy to watch.

That's not to say the other couplings aren't just as impressive. Meekah and angel-in-training Sierra share a lovely lesbo sequence in a bathtub while Wallice gives Lisa a send-off to remember. A good bet on all levels, with fine performances, a good boxcover, a cute story and a slick look.


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