Released: Oct 01st, 2003
Running Time: 73
Director: Ren Savant
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Crash (I), Michael J. Cox, Dayton, Cheyne Collins, Kira Kener, Wendy Divine, D-Lite, Eric Masterson, Devin Wolf, Chennin Blanc, Ian Daniels
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Kira\'s a top Vivid name now, but names Dayton and Maya also have good sales/rental potential.
It's sad that Virtual Love has been sitting on Vivid's shelves for about three years - the days when Wendy Divine was Maya, and Michael J. Cox was still a top male star - not so much because it's a great film, but because Ms. Divine's performance is so damned good.
Maya plays a VR (virtual reality) addict, who can't seem to get enough of (then Vivid contract gal) Dayton in the bedroom. As far as Maya's concerned, the two gals just click on every level - much more so than Maya does with husband Eric Masterson, who'd rather spend his time with his poker buddies than her. So after Maya maxes out her third credit card at the VR company, and Eric won't bail her out with more funds, she decides to take a job there for some free hours - and in the hopes of meeting VR gal-pal Dayton in person.
Sexually speaking, Maya's opening match-up with Dayton scores with plenty of licking and dildo action, and her dom session with Cheyne Collins in the company playroom is equally good, featuring 69, cowgirl, doggie and mish. Somewhat less interesting are the two threeways - poker players Chennin Blanc, Masterson and Nick East (the better of the two), and Virtual Love employees Kira Kener, Ian Daniels and Michael J. Cox - though Kira fares better one-on-one, mish and doggie, with company owner Devin Wolf.
We won't give away the surprise ending, but will say that Virtual Love is an enjoyable diversion - and that Maya (now Wendy) Divine deserves a pre-nom for Best Actress.