Released: Dec 01st, 2003
Running Time: 80
Director: Grip Johnson
Company: SkinTight Pictures
Distribution Companies: Legend
Cast: Gia Regency, Trick Dixxon, Jeremy Steele (I), Aimee Tyler, Frankie LaRue, Sergio (I), Summer Luv
Critical Rating: AAA
Stock for the novelty value, sell on its strong scenes.
The shtick here is ugly girls, but these ladies aren't so much homely as merely plain - though you wouldn't know it from the box cover, which does its best to uglify everyone involved. The movies motto is "real women don't look like Briana Banks," so it's best to focus on the attainable. It's all very much tongue-in-cheek and not mean-spirited at all, but just in case you don't get it, the movie starts with a disclaimer saying that anyone who agrees with the opinions of director Grip Johnson and friends is "an ignorant asshole."
The girls themselves are great sports about it all. Gia Regency, whose main cosmetic flaws are a big nose and a smattering of acne, has a fun scene with Trick Dixxon. She has to convince him to stop jerking off to a skin rag and give her a little attention instead, but once he does, he finds a pussy at hand is worth any amount of airbrushed bush.
Charming, light-skinned Frankie LaRue, who looks so terrible on the cover, has a frightening gap between her teeth, but the energy of a turbine. She gets paired with a guy in a cheerleader suit for some reason. Summer Luv is overly made-up, but otherwise humpable and proves to be a true cockhound as she sucks her partner's popsicle, even after he's given it to her in the piledriver position. Only Aimee Tyler seems a little out of it in her scene.
The plain-looking but horny girls get what they want, the guys get their rocks off, and all's well that ends well, though Grip Johnson needs to work on his camera skills - some of his shots are wobbly.