Released: Mar 01st, 2005
Running Time: 78
Director: Bo Edwards
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Brooke (I), Julian (II), Vincent Vega, Julian (I), Sharon Wild, Malezia, Maliyah Madison, Evan Stone
Critical Rating: AAA
New girls generally sell/rent well; that's the hook here.
There's a scene in My Favorite Year where the Mark Linn Baker character opines to Jessica Harper's character that there are funny people and unfunny people. "On the unfunny side is anyone who has played the accordion professionally." Harper claims to be the exception to that rule, and quickly proves it. For some reason, we were reminded of that while watching "the new girl" Malezia attempt to be a Shakespearean actress in a porn world - a concept which, in better hands, could have led to a boatload of yocks. As it is, the brunette manages a decently-hot scene with "director" Evan Stone - but someone (whose initials, we're guessing, are "P.T.") apparently thought it would be humorous to leave all of Malezia's blown takes of Juliet's "balcony speech" to Romeo (Julian) in the movie (as opposed to composing a blooper reel for the DVD). That doesn't fly - nor does the gal's uncontrolled laughter as her stud is trying to j.o. to orgasm in the scene's finale.
Could someone give this cutie a buck for accordion lessons?