Released: Jul 01st, 1989
Running Time: 90
Director: Paul Thomas
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Jerry Butler, Lynn LeMay, Chip Dale, Tori Welles, Jon Dough, Skip Stokey, April West, Stella Star
Critical Rating: AA
Since AVN critics have been whining for the longest time about the lack of story-oriented adult features, you'd think that I wouldn't be able to get my drooling tongue out of the typewriter soon enough to praise one that comes along.
Wrongo! twentysomething, Episode 3 falls as flat as any standard no-plotter. These yuppies are portrayed as yammering, empty-headed, sex driven fools. Their dialogue drones on and one about life crises, yet nothing is really said of any importance, and even if it were, the cast isn't up to the task.
Everyone drags along with a forlorn, hounddog expression that's supposed to be projecting concern and tenderness, but what it really projects is acting inexperience. Some of the sex scenes are decent, and the cast is generally an appealing one, but twentysomething 3 alternately bores and depresses. Another great box, but a disappointing sexvid.