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Code Blue

Released: Jul 01st, 2004
Running Time: 90
Director: Nicholas Steele
Company: Ultimate Pictures
Distribution Companies: Adam & Eve Pictures
Cast: Brooke (I), Lee Stone, Domenica Leoni, Dani Woodward, Amber Rain (I), Steven St. Croix, Cheyne Collins, Lauren Phoenix, Natalie Wood, Billy Glide, Joey Ray
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Couples-friendly sex with excellent production values should move this one off shelves.

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Code Blue is the uncomplicated tale of a day at the fire station, with crew and paramedics dealing with emergencies and their own sometimes-battered love lives - like, for instance, Steven St. Croix's, whose girlfriend of seven years (Natalie Wood, looking much like the mainstream star of the same name) was recently killed, and even though nurse Lauren Phoenix wants to help soothe the hurt, he isn't yet ready to commit.

Brooke and Lee Stone don't have that problem, however, and they're ready to snatch horsie and reverse cowgirl action on the firehouse floor whenever nobody else is around.

Cheyne Collins is the new guy, but that doesn't stop Domenica Leoni, whose life he saved, from paying him back with some anal mish. But frankly, this feature has saved the best for last, with fire chief Joey Ray getting shown kindness by wife Dani Woodward with two long cowgirl positions.

This is an exceptionally well-made production that simply doesn't strike sparks.


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Adam & Eve Pictures
Ultimate Pictures
Brooke (I)
Lee Stone
Domenica Leoni
Dani Woodward
Amber Rain (I)
Steven St. Croix
Cheyne Collins
Lauren Phoenix
Natalie Wood
Billy Glide
Joey Ray
Nicholas Steele


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