Released: Aug 01st, 1985
Running Time: 72
Director: Bobby Hollander
Company: Visual Entertainment Productions
Cast: Jamie Gillis, Ron Jeremy, Tracy Duzit, Bobby Hollander, Amber Lynn, John Leslie, Brandy Alexander, Karen Summer
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Home movies were never like this . . .
It is the weekend. Bobby Hollander calls over some friends in the "industry" for a little R & R (raw and raunch). Lots o' people show up, everyone horny and looking for some action. Bobby fires up his trusty video camera, erects the boom mike, and presto . . . you have a video feature.
John Leslie talks about his years in the biz, and retreats to some nearby bedroom with Tracy Duzit. Jamie Gillis talks about his years in the biz, then proceeds to dominate Amber Lynn. Nobody talks to Ron Jeremy, but he still gets to spend some time with Brooke West, and they talk dirty.
Full of video effects that soon become nothing but tiresome and over-indulgent, Celebrities is eventually rather annoying to watch. The interviews with Karen Summer, Amber Lynn, et. al., border on the inane and do nothing to further the intellectual quotient of women in adult videos. Yet, there is a lot of sex and some mild bondage with, you guessed it, Jamie Gillis. And that is the whole problem with this feature. An example of quantity over quality, there is nothing new, fresh, or inventive. Just sex, talk, and more sex. But the sex is often good – just like home movies.