PLEASUREBUSINESSVODAVN AWARDS 2014

Located in: Home > Movies > Spaghetti Connection
MOVIE REVIEW

Spaghetti Connection

Released: Dec 01st, 2005
Running Time: 87
Director: Francesco Fanelli
Company: Sins Pictures
Distribution Companies: Pleasure Productions
Cast: Gabriel Montoya, Blondie, Nico Safir, Lauro Giotto, Mya Diamond, Glortis Gucci, Dominique Ross, Max Payne, Franco Trentalance, Maria Bellucci
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

Popular Rating Average:
My Rating:
Please log in to rate. Don't have a free account? Register now!

Buy DVD Watch Online





REVIEWS

 

Critical Rating: AAA

The Spaghetti Connection has little to connect it with spaghetti, other than a bunch of Italian talent. Purportedly a "story of crime, sex and power," the piece features big-titted Blondie (no brain-power spared in inventing that name), who portrays the daughter of a mob boss. She uses her "tempting body" to "achieve her ultimate goal." Yes, a splooge load on the face. And she does achieve that.

All told, the movie offers up basic, perfunctory sex among Euro talent. It also gives us the immortal line, "Come on China girl, make me come," delivered by some guy with an accent to some girl who is Chinese. Or Mexican. Or something.

Retailing: Push this to fans of story-based Euro porn.


 

Related Content:

Pleasure Productions
Sins Pictures
Mya Diamond
Dominique Ross
Lauro Giotto
Blondie
Franco Trentalance
Glortis Gucci
Nico Safir
Gabriel Montoya
Max Payne
Maria Bellucci
Francesco Fanelli

Comments

 /
Please log in to comment.
Don't have a free account? Become a member!


By participating you agree to our Privacy Policy & the AVN "Be Kind Policy"
and represent that you are not under the age of 18.





TOP STORIES OF THE DAY
Golden Age Appreciation Fund Seeks Help for George Payne
Ferrara, Kross Deliver 'Carter Cruise Wide Open' July 15
Chi Chi LaRue Heads to Rehab
Sara Luvv Pops Anal Cherry in Hard X's 'Super Cute 3'
Unreleased Triangle Title on the Way From Girlfriends Films


AVN.com