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Roll-X Girls

Released: May 01st, 1989
Running Time: 86
Director: Roy Karch
Company: Dynasty Visuals
Cast: Christy Robbins, Peter North, Aja (I), Nina DePonca, Marc Wallice, Lynn LeMay, Kimi Gee
Critical Rating: A 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: A 1/2

This video’s box boast 3-D effects, but about the only way they’d work would be if the actors threw things at the camera a la John Candy’s Dr. Tongue on SCTV.  Maybe 3-D really stands for dull, dopey and drab.  You might also substitute disjointed for all of the above.  Most of the ladies in the cast are part of a band which specializes in stealing Rolex watches.  That’s about all I can tell you because Roll-X Girls seems to have been edited so that no matter in what order the scenes are presented, no sense can be made of them.  None of the sex scenes sustain interest because the editor keeps cutting away to extraneous doings.

Aja’s girl/girl with Kimi Gee (she of the unbelievable voice) lacks any eroticism, and Nina DePonca with Marc Wallice is so poorly photographed as to make sustained viewer interest hazardous.  Even a threesome with the not-often-seen Christie Robbins, that includes Kimi Gee and Peter North, starts well but is ruined by constant interruptions.  Nice package, but little else.


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Dynasty Visuals
Peter North
Nina DePonca
Lynn LeMay
Christy Robbins
Aja (I)
Marc Wallice
Kimi Gee
Roy Karch


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